Ornamental Fall brings together the work of photorealist watercolour artist, Andreas Hentricht with digital collage artist Lisa Creagh. Finding similarities in their use of repetition, control and stylization, these artists have produced an extraordinary exhibition of paintings and large scale photographs. Join us on Friday 15th September for the general gallery opening night of Bonn city and for a talk on the 21st October 2018 where the artists will be in conversation.
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Royal Brompton will be showing Holding Time for two months this spring, with an installation of photographic still portraits, a single screen animation and video recorded interviews with participating mothers. The exhibition will also feature a specially commissioned piece for the Trust, which includes interviews with mothers, maternity nurses and managers form the hospital who talk abut the unique breastfeeding support they offer to the mothers of critically ill babies. A finished portrait of one of the mothers helped by the service will permanently be on exhibition in the expressing room in Rose Ward after the exhibition.
ONCA Gallery will be showing Holding Time for two weeks this spring, with an installation of photographic still portraits, a single screen animation of Holding Time, with music by Helen Anahita Wilson and video recorded interviews with participating mothers. In conjunction with The Parlour, a social enterprise founded by artist Lisa Creagh and sociologist Lucila Newell, the exhibition will feature a daily 'breastfeeding hub' where mothers can join in the conversation by breastfeeding together in the gallery. The exhibition will also feature talks and workshops around the theme o
This Making Space residency is an opportunity to test Holding Time as a multi-screen installation featuring animation, stills and video. Using material created over the past three years of breastfeeding mothers, this four day installation will test a working method of showing stop motion portraits alongside an abstract 'time map' based on Cosmateque designs.
‘The Best Bogus Botanical Garden’ is a group exhibition curated by emerging London-based curators Rosie Jenkins, Eline Verstegen and Chiara Villa, postgraduates from the Sir John Cass School of Art, Architecture and Design and Whitechapel Gallery, featuring works by Hamburg and international artists who explore humans’ engagement with nature.
“Satisfying our growing desire to rejuvenate and revitalize, ‘Greenery’ symbolizes the reconnection we seek with nature, one another, and a larger purpose.”