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Featured in top seven best stands by The Art Newspaper at Design Miami Basel 2015 by ben mcleavy

We are thrilled to have been selected out of seven by The Art Newspaper’s editor Jane Morris for her selection of favourites at this year’s Design Miami Basel!

This also exists as a two-page article on the printed edition of The Art Newspaper: http://theartnewspaper.com/reports/157015/

Our represented artists also received individual press featured on the Blouin Artinfo website, including Peter Marigold’s Dodai Bench in ‘Ten ways to play with Tradition at Design/Miami Basel 2015’, Gareth Neal’s George Chest and Dominic Harris’s Moon Chadelier in ‘7 Mind-Blowing Ways to Use Technology at Design Miami/ Basel 2015’. The article also includes individual features on Marc Ricourt and  Ernst Gamperl. Please follow the links below:

Ernst Gamperl

Zaha Hadid and Gareth Neal

Dominic Harris

Peter Marigold

Gareth Neal

Marc Ricourt

Thomas Bohle at Ceramic Art London 2015, Royal College of Art, London. 17 -19 April by ben mcleavy

Thomas Bohle, Nr. 2 DD13, 2013. Ceramic, 16.5 x 28 cm

Thomas Bohle, Nr. 2 DD13, 2013. Ceramic, 16.5 x 28 cm

We are delighted that Thomas Bohle is returning to Ceramic Art London 2015, with a new presentation of his sculptural ceramics. The artist continues to experiment with form and dramatic glazes to produce captivating and innovative ceramic sculptures.

Ceramic Art London 2015,

17- 19 April

Royal College of Art,

Kensington Gore,

London

SW7 2EU

http://www.ceramics.org.uk/index.php

David Gates ‘Silo’ cabinet acquired by the National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design, Oslo, Norway by ben mcleavy

David Gates, Silo, 2007. Photo Credit David Gates. Quarter-sawn European Oak, Cedar of Lebanon, Eastern Red Cedar, Steel, vitreous enamel handles on the fall-flap and tambour were made by Helen Carnac, 115 cm high.

David Gates, Silo, 2007. Photo Credit David Gates. Quarter-sawn European Oak, Cedar of Lebanon, Eastern Red Cedar, Steel, vitreous enamel handles on the fall-flap and tambour were made by Helen Carnac, 115 cm high.

David Gates’ cabinet ‘Silo’, has recently been acquired by the National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design in Oslo. ‘Silo’ was the first in an ongoing series that explore asymmetric form and non-determined function.

National Museum of Art

Architecture and Design

Pb. 7014, St. Olav space

0130 Oslo

Norway

http://www.nasjonalmuseet.no/

Sarah Myerscough Gallery at ART GENEVE 2015, Switzerland. 29 January to 1 February 2015 by ben mcleavy

Art Geneva 2015, curated booth

Art Geneva 2015, curated booth

We participated in this year’s ART GENEVE 2015,  as part of the curated stand run by Taste Contemporary 2015 hosted at the PalExpo in Switzerland. Taste brings together established and emerging international contemporary craftwork, which allowed us to showcase new works by our represented craft artists as well as our new designers such as David Gates, it was a great success!

TASTE Contemporary Craft Fair, Stand B51

29 January – 1 February 2015

Palexpo Halle 2, 1218 Le Grand-Saconnex

Switzerland

http://www.tastecontemporarycraft.com/

Malcolm Martin & Gaynor Dowling’s work is acquired by the Philadelphia Museum of Art by ben mcleavy

Still Life Bend, 2014. Cherry and birch ply, silk,38 x 23 x 8 and 30 x 20 x 6

Still Life Bend, 2014. Cherry and birch ply, silk,38 x 23 x 8 and 30 x 20 x 6

We are pleased to announce that the Philadelphia Museum of Art has acquired Big Bend, a major piece from Malcolm Martin & Gaynor Dowling’s recent series of works created during a fellowship residency at The Center for Art in Wood in Philadelphia in 2013. The piece is to join the prestigious museum’s European Decorative Arts and Sculpture collection in 2014.

Big Bend was created using a radical new bending and stitching technique on a single sheet of carved veneered board to form a vessel. New work from Martin & Dowling will be featured in Sarah Myerscough Gallery’s presentation at this year’s COLLECT fair, held at the Saatchi Gallery from 9-12 May, 2014.

Congratulations to the artists on their success!