An exhibition of objects that have been “fixed” from different broken objects which have been “perfectly” repaired or have incorporated the fault line into its reconstitution. The exhibition, is curated by Glenn Adamson, a tutor at the RCA and head of research at the Victoria & Albert museum. Artists participating in FIX FIX FIX are Arlington Conservation, David Clarke, Leo Fitzmaurice, Fixperts, Alice Kettle, Laura McGrath, Jasleen Kaur, Park View Motors, Gord Peteran, Steven Probert, Roland Roos, Bernhard Schobinger, Hans Stofer, Lisa Walker, Max Warren.
Note: Glenn Adamson will be talking about the exhibition at the gallery on 7 March, 6pm.
FIX FIX FIX
Gallery SO - 92 Brick Lane
Rhonda, who graduated from the Royal College of Art Painting School in 1971, who regularly shows her work in London and in Norfolk where she works and lives is currently showing her paintings in a mixed exhibition “Beneath the Surface” at Highgate Contemporary Art Gallery - 6 February until 2 March 2013.
Henry Moore’s sculpture “Draped Seated Woman”, made 1957 - 8, was purchased by the London County Council and located on the Stifford Estate, Jamaica Street, near Stepney Green- a new council estate development of three 17 storey towers (approved to be built 1958 and completed in 1961). During it’s residence on the Stifford Estate, Moore’s sculpture became affectionately named by local residents as “Old Flo”.
The Stifford Estate was demolished in 1997 - and the sculpture was loaned for an indefinite period to the “Yorkshire Sculpture Park”.
Frieze Art Fair 2012- viewing London’s international commercial fineart fair in Regents Park
Amongst 7 'makers' showing work in the current exhibition "Vision" are Michael Rowe's (GSM&J Senior Tutor), Prof Hans Stofer's (RCA GSM&J Programme Head), Pe Lang, David Clarke, Christian Gonzenbach, Mah Rana, Bernhard Schobinger.