Clerkenwell is one of the most historic, creative and culturally rich districts in London. It is synonymous with design agencies and architecture practices and falling between the cracks of East and West means that it has become the choice for a new group of young and ambitious gallerists. Its typical historical buildings play host to some very interesting gallery spaces.
We have an exciting tour on the 30th, looking at how artists are responding to the external pressures of the 21st Century - made manifest in Tom de Freston’s tortured canvases and the feminist reactions of Boa Swindler to the pressures placed on women by the media. Additionally, Reto Pulfer’s canvas installation work looks into how language and moods inform and define characteristics and the geometric studies of Kes Richardson make parallels with man’s relationship with nature.
Our Itinerary will be:
Start: coffee and pastries at Workshop Coffee.
WW Contemporary - Chiara Williams and Debra Wilson aka Boa Swindler aka Boa Swindler
Hollybush Gardens - Reto Pulfer
FOLD Gallery - Kes Richardson
BREESELITTLE - Tom de Freston
End: Cocktail Lounge at the Zetter Townhouse
Please contact us for more information and to reserve your place. We are continuing to fill up quickly so book early to avoid disappointment!
Tickets are £18.
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Image: Tom de Freston, Splitfall, 2013, oil on canvas, 200 x 300 cm