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  • 06-11-2017
  • Reimagining Nature: Hitomi Hosono's Memories in Porcelain

  • Combining memories of her mother’s garden in Gifu with inspiration found in the parks of London, the work of Hitomi Hosono demonstrates a meticulous study of botanical forms. Hosono makes use of hand-carved models and plaster moulds, to make press-moulded and hand-carved individual porcelain plant forms. Hundreds of these porcelain leaves and flowers are then applied to vase or bowl forms enveloping the object’s underlying shape to create an intensely intricate texture that captivates with its delicate beauty.

    3 November-15 December 2017m Admission free, Monday-Friday 9:30-5pm. Closed Saturday and Sunday.
    Private View: 2 November 2017, 6-8pm
    Artist Talk: 6pm Wednesday 22 November 2017, 6pm
    Daiwa Foundation Japan House 13/14 Cornwall Terrace, Outer Circle (entrance facing Regent's Park), London NW1 4QP
    For more information visit http://dajf.org.uk/exhibitions/reimagining-nature-hitomi-hosonos-memorie...

  • 06-11-2017
  • Eleesha Drennan at V&A

  • You can see shortlisted artist Eleesha Drennan this Friday, 10th November 2017 at V&A https://www.vam.ac.uk/event/v4vaMorE/opera-weekender-before-sleep-at-the...
    at 17:45, Free entry.

    'before sleep at the end of love (description of a lullaby)', a total work by Sarah Hardie will open the Victoria & Albert Museum's Opera Weekender, a series of performances by established and emerging opera makers and companies, accompanying 'Opera: Passion, Power and Politics'.

    'before sleep' was originally commissioned by T.P.S. and Bold Tendencies and written for and premiered at Bold Tendencies in 2016. Hardie worked with composer Jack Sheen, choreographer Eleesha Drennan, actor Angela Hardie and choir MUSARC to realise this work, and will restage it again with their collaboration.

  • 17-10-2017
  • Sarah Staton shortlisted for Architectural Award

  • Fellow Sarah Staton is presently shortlisted for a Brick Award for a public sculpture 'Edith and Hans' commissioned by University of Bristol. The sculpture is a permanent new outdoor artwork in Bristol, referencing the city’s rich brick-making history. The ‘social sculpture’ is Located in a meadow between the Wills Hall and Hiatt Baker halls of residence, the new artwork is conceived as an ‘outdoor room’ - somewhere between a ruin and an archaeological find, providing a place for contemplation, a meeting space or a site for picnicking. The award is announced on Nov 9th - fingers crossed Sarah!