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Invocation at ODETTA Gallery

Friday, May 12th, 2017

Odetta Gallery is pleased to present Invocation. The artists,  Loren Eiferman, Camille Eskell, Charles Geiger, focus on healing, either a specific person, or thing when engaged in the act of making their works of art. The magical qualities inherent in their spirited requests can be seen in the finished work. Through the power of imagination and intense concentration, their objects make our humanity visible and vulnerable.

In conjunction with the exhibition Invocation at ODETTA, the gallery has curated their Flat Files for Creative Tech Week 2017. Jeff Becker, Joshie Fishbein, Greg Garvey (Cabinet of Wonders, Persistence and the Fugitive, animation still, 2017 pictured) Toni Simon, and Susan Stair have produced works that address geological time, persistence of nature, communication among trees and humans, and the fragility of our planet through ceramic installation, poetry, and video works.


Invocation is the gallery’s 24th exhibition. There will be an opening reception for the artists on Friday May 12, 2017 from 6 – 8:00 pm and the public is invited. A concert event will be held in celebration of Creative Tech Week on Friday May 19 from 7-9 pm and there will be an Artists Talk on Sunday June 11 at 3:00 pm. The show runs from May 12 – June 18, 2017

FLUX, Temporal Suspense with Anna Masters and Harriet Horton at (3/Dec-7/Feb)

Tuesday, December 1st, 2015 present, starting this Thursday 3rd of December FLUX, Temporal Suspense a collaborative exhibition by artists Anna Masters and Harriet Horton. Through their collective mediums of entomology, organic materials, taxidermy and neon lighting, the artists explore the precarious intersection between life and death, between possible pasts and unknown futures. Their combined works employ form, space and time to create a sense of motion, alluding to the inevitability of change through their static, unmoving subjects and the uncanny preservation of the ‘now’.

Harriet Horton is a 28 year old artist living in London. Known for her contemporary take on taxidermy, she gives a playful narrative to a medium that sometimes holds a macabre association. Applying neon lighting to her work has become her signature style.

Anna Masters is a mixed-media artist whose practice incorporates wall-based pieces, three-dimensional works and site-specific installations. Creating complex and incredibly delicate compositions of natural and found materials, Anna’s work is characterised by the way the materials appear to float mid-air, creating a sense of an inexplicable moment, frozen in time. The materials she employs – predominantly natural, found or recycled materials – expose Anna’s love of form and attraction to detail. Both the materials, and the dedicated layering of the compositions, create a sense of the tactile and the ephemeral, which becomes almost immersive the closer you look.

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AWAD welcomes a new Partner: Lord & Du Plooy Framing and Installation Services

Thursday, May 7th, 2015

LordandduplooyAWAD, the Association of Women Art Dealers, is pleased to welcome a new Partner to our London Chapter, Lord & Du Plooy Framing and Installation Services.

Set up in 2013 by Nathan Lord (seen above framing a very large photograph) and Dominic Du Plooy, Lord & Du Plooy pride themselves on finding the best and most bespoke solution for framing any individual work of art or series. Working art galleries and dealerships, auctions houses as well as private collectors, Lord & Du Plooy frame to conservation standards ensuring, for example, that photographs and prints are protected from getting damaged over time, from acids and harmful UV rays. Lord & Du Plooy also offer delivery and installation of artworks at collectors’ homes, galleries as well as art fairs.

To cater to the increasing demand from their clients, Lord & Du Plooy  have recently opened a larger workshop in West Hampstead (featured in the images here) at the Kingsgate Workshops Trust, 110-116 Kingsgate Road, London NW6 2JG.

For more information or to obtain a quote, contact Lord & Du Plooy by email or call +44 (0)20 7317 8373.

Follow Lord & Du Plooy on Twitter via @lordandduplooy or find them on Facebook here.

Very big photograph at Lord & Du Plooy 614




Blind Spot – George Charman at the Foundry Gallery (29 Apr-5/Jun)

Friday, April 24th, 2015

The Foundry Gallery presents George Charman’s Blind Spot, an installation that only survives for the period of the exhibition. The drawings (one of which is shown here courtesy of The Foundry Gallery) will be re-hung weekly re-configuring the dynamics of the space. For more information contact The Foundry Gallery.

Patricia Cornish Gallery at the Sao Paulo Design Weekend – Bringing Brazilian and British art together

Friday, September 26th, 2014


Galeria Patricia Cornish ventured into the Brazilian market initially with British artists, but soon recognized the breadth of talent among local artists. Within one year of opening her gallery, Patricia Cornish participated in one of the major art fairs in São Paulo as well as local art events.

Recently, she was invited to participate in the Design Weekend São Paulo, which was held in September 2014. This is one of the biggest art and design festivals in Latin America. Patricia Cornish curated a group exhibition of Brazilian and British talents that became one of the most visited events of the Design Weekend.

A particular highlight of the festival was the work of local São Paulo artist Luiz Machado. He prepared a series of witty miniature sculptures that enchanted art lovers. Shown here courtesy of Galeria Patricia Cornish is his piece entitled “Sob a Nuvem” (Under a Cloud) that was also featured in September’s Revista Casa Claudia, an influential design magazine, as one of the top works during the Design Weekend. Click here for the article and for any other queries, feel free to contact Galeria Patricia Cornish.

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