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 Historical references abound in the work of Kina; decoration found in 18th-century ceramics, old lace, antique brooches, and old ironmongery.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 →

1000 Vases – A touring exhibition

A touring exhibition representing 1000 vases from over 35 countries. Next stop Milan, September 2021. 1000 VASES is an exhibition that shines a light on unique pieces made by independent designers from over 35 countries. Its goal is to bring together and present a large number of vases without artifice, by allowing the quantity and diversity... 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 →

Craft Central at The Forge. A Winter Market

Craft Central is holding a designer- maker winter market in its east London home, The Forge, on the 16 & 17 November. This brings together a selection of talented craftspeople to sell handmade products ranging from home accessories, fashion and jewellery to ceramics, stationery, prints and more. This is the perfect opportunity to buy special... 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 →

Pasquino by Catherine Story. An exhibition

Cooke Latham Gallery, a new space for contemporary art located in London’s Battersea will open its third exhibition PASQUINO by Catherine Story on the 6 September. Catherine Story’s practice explores the intersections between two and three dimensionality, and the space between sculpture and painting. Informed by one another, her sculptural and painted works are theatrically... Continue Reading →

Mussi’s Herbal

A few weeks ago I went to my local Museum to visit Cleo Mussi new exhibition.Museum in the Park is hosting until the 26 of August 2019 a new collection of inventive mosaics by Stroud-based artist Cleo Mussi. An ornament of comely grace featuring garlands of the head, nosegaies and poesies for the recreation of... Continue Reading →

Danish Architecture Center: Formgiving

On June 12, 2019, Danish Architecture Center (DAC) opened its next exhibition, “FORMGIVING”, on the work of BIG – Bjarke Ingels Group. Through a historical timeline, visitors will experience a world designed and shaped by humans – from the birth of formgiving with the Big Bang to life as we know it today and the... Continue Reading →

Future Cities. An exhibition

A season of exhibitions and events exploring imagined urban spaces at the intersection of art and architecture.  From August to December 2019 ‘Future Cities’ brings together artists working with art and architecture, from Beijing to Manchester through a programme of free exhibitions, talks, film screenings, videogaming and more. The season explores the buildings, people and... Continue Reading →

Lucie Rie. Ceramics & Buttons: an exhibition

CoCA Lucie Rie ceramics collection - Photo by Phil Sayer As one of the most respected potters of the 20th century, Dame Lucie Rie (1902-1995) was known for her finely thrown and beautifully decorated functional domestic ceramics.I am falling in love with her work more and more. And since I started my pottery journey I... Continue Reading →

Time of Our Lives: an exhibition

Jon Buck Ark: High and Dry, 2017, Bronze, Edition of 3 Last two weeks for this stunning exhibition at Pangolin, London and South Cotswolds. “What do we feel about ourselves as human beings, about our relationship to each other, to other creatures and to the wider environment in general? Science has tried to put us back... Continue Reading →

Cecil Beaton’s Bright Young Things

Cecil Beaton’s Bright Young Things - An exhibitionNational Portrait Gallery, Londonuntil 7 June 2020 Cecil Beaton’s portraits from a golden age will be brought together the first time in a major new exhibition opening at the National Portrait Gallery, London, in March 2020. Featuring around 150 works, many of which are rarely exhibited, Cecil Beaton’s Bright... Continue Reading →

Face Your Waste: an exhibition

“We’re not here to make you feel guilty about plastic waste. And we’re not here to shame brands for using it either. We are here to help and show you that no matter how big or small your contribution is, you can INSPIRE change through your creativity, Take ACTION in your community and MODIFY your... Continue Reading →

Antonello da Messina: a book

I've never really suffered from nostalgia. But sometimes sitting here at my work table in England, I'd like to quickly transport myself to Milan. Especially when there are interesting art exhibitions. I know that sooner or later, in one way or another, they also pass through here, certainly in London … but I always associate... Continue Reading →

Sightlines: an exhibition

Matthew Harris ‘Sightlines’: A collaboration between artists Matthew Harris (constructed textiles), Helen Carnac (metals / mixed media) and David Gates (contemporary furniture). Bringing innovation in an exciting new collaboration Saturday 4th May – Sunday 2nd June 2019 - MUSEUM IN THE PARK, Stroud ‘Sightlines’ as an idea began in 2009 when both David Gates and... Continue Reading →

Raw Materials: Plastic

Discover plastics' history in east London Photo credits: Halex combs, c1910-1940, courtesy Vestry House Museum, London Borough of Waltham Forest, photo Rob Harris Raw Materials explores the forgotten industrial history of plastics in east London around the River Lea. The exhibition reveals the story of east London’s central role in the invention and early development... Continue Reading →

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