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 →

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 →

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 →

Materials Matter: an exhibition

Bjork Haraldsdottir - stoneware Jacy Wall – ‘Big Stripes’ woven tapestry in wool, silk & linen Bringing an exciting collaboration to the Select A rt Trail in 2019 will be ceramicist Björk Haraldsdóttir and textile artist and printer Jacy Wall in 'Materials Matter' Two artists collaborate to bring a dazzling show of pattern and colour... 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 →

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