In-Between: An Exhibition at Flow Gallery

A solo show by Swedish Ceramic Artist Kina Björklund. Historical references abound in the work of Kina; decoration found in 18th-century ceramics, old lace, antique brooches, and old ironmongery. Kina uses these "tools" to stamp her plates and bowls. They provide intricate patterns. She uses terracotta clay and white transparent glazes, which look like icing... Continue Reading →

The Estorick Gallery, reopening

Italian Threads has been extended to 20 June 2021. The Estorick Collection is reopening to the public on 19 May 2021. With the reopening of the Gallery, the exhibition Italian Threads: MITA Textile Design 1926-1976 has been extended to 20 June, to allow time for those of you who missed it last year to see it before... Continue Reading →

Interbeing: where sound and ceramic unfold together

Interbeing is the culmination of several months of research, an exploration of collaborative ceramics and sound art in both the United Kingdom and China. Artists and Curators Kay Aplin and Joseph Young have been working on projects together for several years now. Interbeing looks into the possibilities of making work connecting two very distinct cultures... Continue Reading →

Prada. Front and Back.

The first major museum exhibition of one of the world’s most influential fashion houses. Dates: Opening September 2020 at the Design Museum, London The exhibition will offer unprecedented insight into Prada’s creative approach, inspirations and landmark collaborations. Facing the future, it will explore Prada’s transformation of the idea and practice of fashion and the continuing evolution... Continue Reading →

Unique Pieces by Rosanna Bianchi Piccoli

10 Corso Como presents "Unique Pieces" an exhibition by Rosanna Bianchi Piccoli, from Thursday 24th October 2019 to Monday 6th January 2020. Rosanna Bianchi Piccoli is an artist known for her research into ceramics from its origins to the present day. On display, a selection of faience: Cosmopiatti and Vasi Sacri, rigorously unique works, the... Continue Reading →

Drawing Matter. An Exhibition

Drawing Matter. An exhibition by Eleanor Bartlett, Lucinda Burgess and Carole Pearson at no format Gallery, Arklow Road, Deptford SE14 6BN. From 6.11.2019 to 10.11.2019 Eleanor Bartlett, Lucinda Burgess and Carole Pearson all emphasise the nature and character of different kinds of matter, be it graphite, wax, tar, paper, wood or metallic paint. They are... Continue Reading →

Artisanal touch: Emily-Kriste Wilcox

Emily-Kriste Wilcox is a specialist in handbuilding and has been a professional ceramicist for 14 years.  She has recently been awarded "Best Artisanal Interior Decor Products 2019" for her innovation in business as well as overall outstanding achievement. Emily has developed her ceramic practice to create pieces suitable for interior décor, with an emphasis on bringing... Continue Reading →

Ancient and Modern by Renee So

An exhibition of new ceramic and textile works by Renee So, created during a residency at West Dean College. From Saturday 28 September until Sunday 12 January 2020 at De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill on Sea, Sussex. Just a week ago today, I was on my way to Sussex for work and pleasure. I hadn't... Continue Reading →

Moon Jars: Contemporary Korean Masters

“In modern art, as everyone knows, the beauty of deformity is very often emphasised, insisted upon. But how different is Korean deformity. The former is produced deliberately, the latter naturally. Korean work is merely the natural result of the artisan’s state of mind, which is free from dualistic man-made rules… Here lies buried the mystery... Continue Reading →

Art, Form & Function

This 25th Anniversary exhibition is to celebrate Joanna Bird’s life as a Gallery owner exploring decorative objects and fine art over the last 30 years. The show seeks to capture an enlightened world where beautiful objects appeal and amuse – some charmingly suggest whilst others demand attention – to be handled, utilised, arranged, hung high, touched... Continue Reading →

Picasso. The challenge of ceramics

50 unique works of art from the collections of the Musée National Picasso in Paris, on display at MIC Faenza from November 1st 2019 to April 13th 2020 in dialogue with the sources that inspired the artist 50 unique pieces from the collections of the Musée National Picasso-Paris will be on display at the MIC in Faenza,... Continue Reading →

Re.Use, Re.Think, Re.Imagine.

‘Re-Use, Re-Think, Re-Imagine’ presents the work of seven UK-based experimental artists and makers, whose practice explores unique responses to materials and process. The group exhibition will feature new and existing works, spanning glass, ceramics, found objects, textiles and furniture. Whether repurposing, recycling or innovating, each of the makers are challenging traditional conceptions of craft and... Continue Reading →

Ann Hepper: boxes with an Italian touch

Choosing Keeping is hosting an exhibition in their shop in Covent Garden. Private View 3rd October from 18.00. The first in a new series of exhibitions at Choosing Keeping, presenting exquisite stationery related items handmade by some of the finest and undiscovered craftspeople worldwide. Ann Hepper has a passion for boxes - if she’s out... Continue Reading →

Emotional Fields: An exhibition by Carolina Mazzolari

Tristan Hoare is delighted to present Emotional Fields, an exhibition of large scale contemporary tapestries by Carolina Mazzolari. In her first UK solo exhibition (20 September - 25 October and opening tomorrow 19 of September), Mazzolari presents striking hand-embroidered textiles inspired by Kurt Lewin’s space diagrams and Carl Gustav Jung’s theories on the collective unconscious.These... Continue Reading →

Art London: A Guide to Places, Events and Artists

Art London is more than a guidebook. It will accompany you on a journey through London, telling stories, uncovering histories, sharing insights into those who have made, collected and influenced art past and present. Moving neighbourhood by neighbourhood, Art London travels the streets with you, revealing art in mseums, galleries and beyond, from palace to... Continue Reading →

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