New Art Highlights

8 - 14 July 2019

New Art Highlights of the week includes Maggie Henton, Peter Grego, Arabel Lebrusan and Jim Brown

Blueprints for a Future City, 2019 by Maggie Henton

Maggie Henton 

This installation was made in response to the beautiful old spaces of Sunnybank Mills, Farsley, in West Yorkshire. The work investigates ideas for the Future City in a time of global crisis.

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Heart of Oak, 2019 by Peter Grego

Peter Grego

Heart of Oak continues a series of works exploring national identity. The installation formed part of the Human Nature - Nature Humain exhibition at the Talence art centre in Bordeaux. It was a Dialogue project. The three images featured are digitally manipulated - the Royal Oak, a Gospel Oak and a Liberty Oak. 

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Heaven & Hell. The state of the Jewellery Industry, 2019 by Arabel Lebrusan

Arabel Lebrusan 

Heaven & Hell. The state of the Jewellery Industry. 2008-2014. London. UK.

From the Manuela series. Photo Installation.

Materials: 2x Digital C prints mount on Dibond, 800 x 450mm Walnut frame, 1125 x 950mm

Podium and Glass Box, 124 x 24 x 24mm

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SHOP SOILED, 2019 by Jim Brown

Jim Brown

Installation representing items in a Brick and Mortar shop left unsold due to cheaper prices available online.

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