Most days art Critic Paul Carey-Kent spends hours on the train, traveling between his home in Southampton and his day job in Surrey. Could he, we asked, jot down whatever came into his head?
‘Every day I took a seashell and recorded it as though it were the ocean with words swimming in it. At the same time I practiced ‘She sells seashells on the seashore’. Then I thought what would happen if you turn the ‘she’ into ‘he’ and remove the letter ‘h’ from all the words’.
BUFF is Hannah Knox’s first solo exhibition with Ceri Hand Gallery, featuring a series of new works that utilise fabric as a ground. Reducing painting to its primary components of colour, cloth and support- they range from pink linen and black PVC to day-glo orange raw silk. The works are folded, stitched, sprayed and draped, these are paintings barely and painted barely – this is painting in the buff.
Ceri Hand Gallery are launching their inaugural annual Summer Fete at the gallery this Saturday featuring a spectacular table top sale with original art works for under £250, by over 50 artists.
Implausible Imposters is a group exhibition that brings together new work by seven artists who invent fictional narratives for objects or people, giving voice to the inanimate, imaginary or dead.
3rd July – 8th August Ceri Hand Gallery is delighted to announce Henny Acloque’s first solo show in the UK…. Read More