Solo Exhibition and the reveal of Professor Catherine Harper’s essay

‘Offerings’

Solo Exhibition by Lucy Brown

24th February – 23rd March 2018

R-Space Gallery

32 Castle Street

Lisburn

Northern Ireland

BT27 4XE

Opening reception and artist talk Sat 24th February 2-4pm – please come and join us

Meet the Artist days 27th & 28th February 11am – 5pm

‘Offerings’ will bring together new and existing works from 2010-2017, including woven anti-form sculpture and hair-works. These works uses a mixed palette of old, unwanted clothing, hair and domestic related textile items as raw materials, and often depart from personal or collective experiences and explores themes around the body, femaleness, re-invention, textile histories and craft-labour. As from the 19th February I will be in residence at R-Space Gallery, installing the exhibition. As part of the exhibition I will be working in the Gallery while open to the public, finalising the installation on 27th and 28th February 2018, drop in and have a chat with me about the work in situ.

I am also delighted to reveal Professor Catherine Harper’s newly written essay titled ‘Lucy Brown: ‘secrets she keeps from herself’ is now available to read on the R-Space Gallery’s Website – http://www.rspacelisburn.com/offerings/

Above image – detail of ‘Bit of Skirt…’ Offerings series. by Lucy Brown

 

 

 

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My first ‘2018’ exhibition is a Solo Show !

‘Offerings’ from 24th February till 23rd March 2018 at R-Space Gallery  32 Castle Street Lisburn Northern Ireland  BT27 4XE

http://www.rspacelisburn.com/future-exhibitions2/

The opening of ‘Offerings’ will be on Saturday 24th February and I will be working in the Gallery for a couple of days the following week…. all welcome and more details to follow in the New Year. All good wishes for the Festive Season.

 

 

 

 

RED

I will be exhibiting new work in RED; Please come to the exhibition launch…..see further details below. Thank you

Artists Jane Andrews, Lucy Brown, Gabby Dempster, Helen Goodwin, Caitlin Heffernan, Eva Kalpadaki, Jane Ponsford, Teresa Whitfield & Jayne Wilson

Warmly invite you for the launch of our first joint exhibition on

SATURDAY 21st OCTOBER  2-4 PM

Red has been the basis for Platform’s collective exhibition and research. Red is evocative, it exudes drama, danger, sex appeal, glamour and politics. Taking individual starting points to Red, influenced by their own practice, the artists explore interior and exterior space, identity, displacement, materiality, the body, ways of seeing, storytelling and rituals. The exhibition includes  painting, sculpture, film, site-specific installation, photography and drawing

WHERE TO FIND US THE GRANGE, ROTTINGDEAN, BN2 7HA

HOW TO GET TO US FROM BRIGHTON

By Bus: 2, 12, 14B, 14C, 27, By Car: A259 Coast Road, B2123 from A27

By Bike: Undercliff Walk from Brighton Marina

 

 

A thank you to…. Debbie Hillyerd

Thank you so very much to Debbie Hillyerd (Head of Education; Hauser & Wirth Somerset ) for arranging such a great ‘Art Work – An insight into the world of Textiles’ event at Hauser & Wirth Somerset yesterday afternoon. Such a treat to see the three other practitioners present their work and an opportunity to have some informal conversations with young adults considering a creative career. Was made to feel very welcome by Debbie and her team, enjoyed seeing the current Louise Bourgeois exhibition, ‘Turning Inwards’ as well as being quite in-ore of Hauser & Wirth Somerset; One of the best and forward thinking Art centres I have visited.

http://www.hauserwirthsomerset.com/

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Above – Hauser & Wirth Somerset

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Above – Turing Inwards. Louise Bourgeois. 2 Oct 2016 – 1 Jan 2017 at Hauser & Wirth Somerset

Hauser & Wirth Somerset

Art Work Event at Hauser & Wirth Somerset

I am delighted to be taking part in ‘Art Work – An insight into the world of Textiles’ at Hauser & Wirth Somerset on Friday 18th November 2016. This is an afternoon event aimed at young people post 16 who are interested in finding out about career opportunities in art and design. For further information and booking please visit;

http://www.hauserwirthsomerset.com/events/art-work-an-insight-into-the-world-of-textiles-20161118

 

East Sussex Open 2016 – Open !

The Towner Art Gallery’s East Sussex Open Exhibition 2016 opens today. My work ‘All at Sea’ is part of this exhibition and I attended the private view summer party event last night. What a great evening – Thank you Towner Art Gallery for another splendid opening.

This year ‘East Sussex Open’ brings together a diverse range of works by 70 East Sussex Artists, which were selected by a judging panel consisting of by Jenni Lomax, Director, Camden Arts Centre, Brian Cass, Towners’ Head of Exhibitions and Melanie Manchot, Artist. For the first time the Exhibition is presented the Towners’ Second Floor Galleries. On the ground and first for galleries there are two other major exhibitions; ‘Some Are Nights Others Stars’ an international group show, in full Towner Art Gallery style and ‘David Bomberg: A Sense of Place’. All three Exhibitions are free entry. ‘David Bomberg: A Sense of Place continues until 11th September. ‘Some Are Nights Others Stars’ and East Sussex Open 2016 continue until 25th September.

For full details for a great day out at one of the South Easts’ most prestigious and inclusive art venues please visit http://townereastbourne.org.uk it is well worth the visit!

‘All at Sea’ is a site Specific work originally made for and exhibited on the Ross Tiger fishing Trawler, Grimsby in 2014 for The 62 Group of Textile Artists Exhibition ‘Ebb & Flow’. Being selected for the Towner’s Art Gallery’s ‘East Sussex Open’ 2016 gives the work its debut in a Gallery Context. Further information about this work is on this blog and at http://www.axisweb.org/artist/lucybrown

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Above – ‘All at Sea’ Detail. by Lucy Brown. Photographer credit; David Ramakalawon

Final work in situ. Shed Space Gallery Residency. Old Fire Station Gallery, Oxford 2016

A few photos of the final work in situ…Working live in a gallery is always full of surprises. I had some lovely unexpected conversations with gallery visitors during my two day shed space residency. These exchanges and visitors re-actions to an artist working in the gallery all at some level inform the work made in situ. Thank you to those of you who visited.

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Work made by Lucy Brown during Shed Space Gallery Residency. Arts at the Old fire Station. Oxford June 2016. Copyright – © Lucy Brown 2016