Marta Corada MeiMei, Marion Mandeng,
During the Art Weekend in Kensington and Chelsea, London
we invite you to visit our exhibition presenting artworks by the gallery artists
30 – 31 August 2019
Saturday: 31 August: 10 am - 7pm
Artworks are real objects. We understand that you want to see them before you decide to purchase. Until we present the works in an exhibition, we also offer you, if you are interested in a particular artwork from the gallery and want to view it, that you let us know, and we arrange a private view to present it to you.
An ascetic quality pervades, and not just due to the pared-down palette and use of minimal materials. Eastern temple aesthetics are much on my mind, due to my readings of historical and contemporary Chinese writers, as well as my renewed study of traditional calligraphy. The stone pouches are meant to convey a deep sense of vulnerability as well as exploring issues of gravity and lift. There is a quasi-folk element to some of the pieces, akin to a recreation of a lost civilization or people, with a developed system of signs and symbols.
Zelene Schlosberg, Apparatus, 14 x 22 x 14 cm, thread and found stone, 2018
A group exhibition with artworks
by Marta Corada, MeiMei,
Marion Mandeng, Nathalie Rey,
and Zelene Schlosberg
Date and location coming!