Nic Webb at Real to Reel: The Craft Film Festival, 2-4 May 2017 by ben mcleavy

Nic Webb's films 'Research and Development', 'Outsourcing' and 'Market Ready' will be screened at the Picturehouse Central as part of Real to Reel: The Craft Film Festival during the London Craft Week 2017 on Thursday 4 May, 6:30-8:30pm. 

Real to Reel: The Craft Festival
2, 3 and 4 May 2017
6.30 - 8.30pm

Venue:
Picturehouse Central
Corner of Great Windmill Street and Shaftesbury Avenue
London
W1D 7DH

Tickets available here

Ernst Gamperl selected for the LOEWE Craft Prize 2017 by ben mcleavy

Ernst Gamperl, 18/170 C17, 2017, Oak, 56 x 28 dia cm and 17/150 C17, 2017 Oak, 33 x 20 dia cm Photo: Bernhard Spöttel

Ernst Gamperl, 18/170 C17, 2017, Oak, 56 x 28 dia cm and 17/150 C17, 2017 Oak, 33 x 20 dia cm Photo: Bernhard Spöttel

We are pleased to announce that Ernst Gamperl is one of the 26 finalists selected for the 2017 edition of the prestigious LOEWE Craft Prize - the winner will be announced on 10 April 2017 in Madrid. 

For more information, please visit http://loewecraftprize.com/

The finalists
Adi Toch, United Kingdom
Anne Low, Canada
Artesanías Panikua, Mexico
Bae Sejin, Republic of Korea Brendan Lee Satish Tang, Canada Celia Pym, United Kingdom Chiachio & Giannone, Argentina David Huycke, Belgium
Ernst Gamperl, Germany
Fátima Tocornal, Spain
Guillermo Álvarez-Charvel, Mexico Heidi Friesen, Canada
Helena Schepens, Belgium
Igawa Takeshi, Japan
Kim Buck, Denmark
Kristina Rothe, Germany
Lino Tagliapietra, Italy
Patrícia Domingues, Portugal Robert Baines, Australia
Sangwoo Kim, Republic of Korea Sara Flynn, United Kingdom
Shuji Nakagawa, Japan
Sona, Bangladesh
Sylvie Vandenhoucke, Belgium Yoshiaki Kojiro, Japan
Zhilong Zheng, China 

Jury
Jonathan Anderson, LOEWE Creative Director
Gijs Bakker, jewellery artist and co-founder of Droog Design
Rolf Fehlbaum, former CEO and soul of Vitra
Naoto Fukasawa, designer and Director of the Japan Folk Crafts Museum Enrique Loewe, LOEWE FOUNDATION Honorary President
Deyan Sudjic, essayist and Director of the Design Museum, London Benedetta Tagliabue, architect and Pritzker Prize jury member
Stefano Tonchi, Editor-in-Chief W Magazine
Patricia Urquiola, architect and industrial designer
Anatxu Zabalbeascoa (Chairwoman), architecture and design correspondent for El País

Experts Panel
John Allen, master weaver and textile designer Claudi Casanovas, ceramist
Sara Die Trill, LOEWE accessories designer Ramón Puig, jewellery artist
Markku Salo, glass artist
Anatxu Zabalbeascoa, architecture and design correspondent for El País 

Peter Marigold shortlisted for The Arts Foundation Furniture Design Award 2017 by ben mcleavy

Details of a free standing shelf from the Split Series, 2017.

Details of a free standing shelf from the Split Series, 2017.

Congratulations to Peter Marigold who was shortlisted for The Arts Foundation Foundation Furniture Design Award 2017 supported by the David Collins Foundation. 

Informed by his varied background in sculpture (BA Sculpture, Central St. Martins 1997) and various jobs doing theatrical prop making, costumery and set construction, Peter Marigold’s approach to furniture design covers a wide range of materials and an even wider range of techniques, processes and concepts.

A recurring motif in Marigold’s work is geometry; his current work-in-progress for the facade of the Royal Hospital for Sick Children (Edinburgh) takes microscopic skin patterns and sets them in concrete to cover the exterior wall of the building. The changeability of materials is another central theme; his Bleed Series (2013) features stripped steel nails in wood which gradually bleed down the structure.

His ongoing Split Boxes project features sets of boxes that are irregular, yet complete, being created from a single log split into four unequal pieces, but always with the combined angle total of 360 degrees. They were commissioned to become part of the permanent collection of CNAP, France in 2015 and were also installed as part of the permanent collection of the Museum of Israel, Jerusalem in the same year.

For additional information, please visit: http://artsfoundation.co.uk/Artist-Year/2017/all/701/Marigold

Sarah Myerscough Gallery featured in PAD previews in Wallpaper*, The Telegraph, FT and more by ben mcleavy

PAD London

PAD London

Sarah Myerscough Gallery and Joseph Walsh’s practice are featured in the October issue of Wallpaper*

Sarah Myerscough Gallery is highlighted as one of the most interesting stands in this preview of PAD in The Telegraph Luxury – Gareth Neal, Ernst Gamperl, Michael Peterson, Maisie Broadhead and Christopher Duffy are among those mentioned.

Joseph Walsh and Christopher Duffy’s work are featured in this Daily Telegraph article on Investec’s sponsorship of PAD.

Edwin Heathcote reports on radical changes in concepts of design over the past decade, in the FT – Joseph Walsh and Christopher Duffy are featured.

Joseph Walsh featured in this preview piece on PAD in The Culture Trip

Maisie Broadhead is featured in Elle Decor Italia

Christopher Duffy is highlighted in an interview with Patrick Perrin in Mayfair Times