New Art Highlights

20 - 26 May 2019

New Art Highlights of the week includes Liam O'Connor & Casper White, Liz West, Harriet Hill and James Lumsden

Casper White, Jochen Klein, 2019 by Liam O'Connor and Casper White

Liam O'Connor and Casper White 

18 May – 15 June 2019
Casper White is a portrait painter. What does that actually mean? Genre were those sub-divisions (principally within the domain of painting) – once hierarchical – and later serving as a given form within which a painter might operate or behave or move to challenge its conventions and parameters.

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Live Colour, 2019 by Liz West

Liz West

For the duration of Clerkenwell Design Week, British artist Liz West teamed up with renowned flooring experts Domus to create a new vivid and eye-popping installation, Live Colour. West is known for creating vivid environments that mix luminous colour and radiant light, having presented works both nationally and internationally, most recently at St Albans Museum + Gallery and Milan Design Week.  

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Rock of Ages, 2019 by Harriet Hill

Harriet Hill 

A site responsive sculpture installed in an ancient church in the village of Well, North Yorkshire.

It is created from woven willow and felt made from the wool of the local Masham sheep. Hay, straw, baler twine and bale netting are felted into the surface. It is suspended from elastic bungee cord which stretches up to the far corners of the church roof.

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Contrapuntal (4/18), 2019 by James Lumsden

James Lumsden

Acrylic on canvas.

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