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Posts Tagged ‘architecture’

Architectural Endeavours: an interview with Jacquelyn Jubert, Co-Founder of Anise Gallery

Friday, August 23rd, 2019

Jacquelyn Jubert co-founded Anise Gallery with her partner Joseph Robson in 2012. Drawing on Jacquelyn’s passion for architecture and experience working with renowned architect Piers Gough, Anise Gallery is deeply dedicated to promoting the relationship between art, architecture, and technology. Through participating in annual high profile architectural events such as the London Festival of Architecture and Open House London and curating its own Summer Graduate Show, Anise Gallery has firmly cemented itself as a stronghold for the thought-provoking field of architectural art. www.anise.gallery

The gallery stages an ongoing program of exhibitions, events and talks and contributes to the Architecture in Schools program. 

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Stephanie Yeap spoke with Jacquelyn at the Royal Society of Arts (RSA) in London…

1. Describe your business in 5 words

Firstly, I’d definitely say architectural. Secondly, we’re quite forward-thinking and act upon good ideas quickly, so in that way we’re nimble. Next, we’re always open to new opportunities, which is a fun way to work. Last yet not least, thinking about a recent exhibition about gaming which was aimed at children, we’re light-hearted.  (more…)

Lisa Norris Gallery presents Peripheries

Monday, February 6th, 2017

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Image: Jemma Appleby’s #1301115, charcoal on paper (courtesy of the artist and Lisa Norris Gallery)

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Lisa Norris Gallery presents Peripheries an exhibition that brings together four artists that offer a new perspective on architectural spaces. Where lines, borders, walls meet, determines the social spaces that configure the mental and physical environments we inhabit.

Architecture is one of our most visible and long term forms of expression.  It sits on a plane that is suspended between the arts, sciences, economics and many other diverse disciplines.  Each artist in this show explores through their medium the construction of an environment  or space and its identity, be it man made or natural.  By walking through the exhibition each work shifts the way we might look at space around us.

For more information please email  info@lisanorrisgallery.com

Lisa Norris Peripheries (wall)

The Foundry Gallery presents Ed Saye’s ‘No Promised Land’

Wednesday, November 30th, 2016

‘No Promised Land’ Ed Saye‘s exhibition at The Foundry Gallery in London runs until 12th January 2017 and showcases a new series of paintings focusing on the architecture of idealism. These highly complex and detailed paintings originate from found photographic images of modernist houses falling into disrepair and the makeshift homes of hippie communities.  While these two styles of architecture seem to lie at the furthermost points from each other, both implied that utopian idylls could be fabricated through architecture.   Each of Saye’s paintings is a different version of these fading idylls, a lament for the utopian ideals of either living through Modernist values – buildings as machines for living – or in hippie communes, living off the land – simply off-grid. For more information, go to The Foundry Gallery.

The Foundry Gallery presents Simon Phipps’ Beton Brut (9 Sep – 27 Oct)

Wednesday, August 17th, 2016

The Foundry Gallery presents Simon Phipps’ BÉTON BRUT from 9 September to  27 October.

What do you think of when you hear the architectural term ‘Brutalism’? Love these concrete monolithic buildings or hate them the artist and photographer Simon Phipps is ready to challenge all your preconceptions of the Brutalist building in his solo exhibition in London: BÉTON BRUT.

Simon Phipps has spent the last 15 years photographing and documenting Brutalist and buildings in the UK, creating a survey of photographic images that demonstrate the breadth of this contentious architectural style.
 
BÉTON BRUT showcases a new series of architectural photographs screen printed in monochrome onto brushed aluminum. Phipps’ careful selection of materials for his work captures one of the properties of Brutalism, ‘its not concerned with the material, but the quality of the material, what can that material do?’ The use of a halftone screen and the aluminium moves the photograph away from the representational; it becomes more sculptural within the enhanced materiality of surface and ink. His photography plays with the viewer’s perspective of the buildings; he has an innovative way of looking at these dynamic constructions finding interesting new vistas and perspectives to capture our imagination.
 
A selection of Phipps extensive photographic inventory is also displayed in BÉTON BRUTwhere the curatorial arrangements highlight typological similarities and differences, revealing an analysis of form and structure. Using the placement of colour to highlight architectural details; stemming from Le Corbusier’s Polychromie Architectural, Phipps has used colour from the buildings he has resolutely documented and faithfully used these colours as an integral part of the exhibition in The Foundry Gallery.  BÉTON BRUT is curated by Elizabeth Goode.

Bella Easton’s ‘These Outer Shells’ at Gallery Elena Shchukina (25/Aug-16/Sep)

Monday, July 25th, 2016

Gallery Elena Shchukina presents a new exhibition, ‘These Outer Shells’ by Bella Easton from 25th August to 16th September. Easton is best known for her large architectural paintings and installations.

Gallery Elena Shchukina is a contemporary art gallery located in the heart of Mayfair, dedicated to exhibiting emerging and established international contemporary artists, exhibiting identifiable or innovative techniques.  Through their programme, the gallery aims to deliver engaging modern art exhibitions that are accessible to everyone. A lecture programme accompanies each exhibition in what is an opportunity not only to find out about the artist, but also about the particular vision of the Gallery itself.

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