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

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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

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

Zaha Hadid and Gareth Neal’s fluid wooden vessels feature in designboom. March 2015 by ben mcleavy

Zaha Hadid and Gareth Neal, Tall Black Vessel, Low Oak Vessel, 2014. 75.5 x 44 x 32 cm and 34 x 87.5 x 30 cm. Photo: Petr Krejci

Zaha Hadid and Gareth Neal, Tall Black Vessel, Low Oak Vessel, 2014. 75.5 x 44 x 32 cm and 34 x 87.5 x 30 cm. Photo: Petr Krejci

We are pleased to say that the Zaha Hadid and Gareth Neal vessels are already a huge success! designboom has featured them in its March edition in the ‘design’ section, see link below. These wooden vessels are part of a project presented by the American hardwood export council and Benchmark Furniture, originally exhibited at the Victoria and Albert Museum as part of ‘The Wish List’ during the London Design Festival 2014. Hidden within the fluid, futuristic computer modelled trails of these vessels, are traditionally hand thrown pots, juxtaposing craftsmanship and new technologies in woodwork.

They will be exclusively represented by Sarah Myerscough Gallery at COLLECT 2015 in May hosted at the Saatchi Gallery, London.

http://www.designboom.com/design/zaha-hadid-and-gareth-neal-sculptural-vessels-03-19-2015/?utm_campaign=monthly&utm_medium=e-mail&utm_source=subscribers

COLLECT 2015
8-11 May

Saatchi Gallery

Duke of York’s HQ

King’s Road

London

SW3 4RY

http://www.craftscouncil.org.uk/what-we-do/collect

Shelley James ‘Jerwood Series’ selected for British Glass Biennale, May 2015. 28 May – 28 June 2015 by ben mcleavy

Essential Symmetry series: Dodecahedron, 2014. Hot glass and print, 13 x 13 x 13 cm. Photo: Ester Segarra

Essential Symmetry series: Dodecahedron, 2014. Hot glass and print, 13 x 13 x 13 cm. Photo: Ester Segarra

Shelley James’s glass works from her ‘Jerwood series’ have received huge success, three of which have now been selected for the Glass Biennale in May 2015. In addition to this, the Mathematical Institute will present her works as part of a masterclass on crystallography and epigenetics, fields of research that James has heavily contributed to.

British Glass Biennale

Ruskin Glass Centre

Wollaston Road

Amblecote, Stourbridge

West Midlands

DY8 4HF

http://www.biennale.org.uk/

London Institute for Mathematical Sciences

35a South Street

Mayfair, London

United Kingdom

W1K 2XF

http://lims.ac.uk/

A Young Man’s Progress by Maisie Broadhead and Bella Newell, Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge. 24 March – 6 September 2015 by ben mcleavy

Left: Original watercolour of Matthaus Schwarz, 16th Century, Right: Maisie Broadhead and Bella Newell, The Date, 2014.

Left: Original watercolour of Matthaus Schwarz, 16th Century, Right: Maisie Broadhead and Bella Newell, The Date, 2014.

A Young Man’s Progress is a collaboration between sisters, artist-photographer Maisie Broadhead and fashion designer Bella Newell (Burberry); and Professor Ulinka Rublack, Professor of Early Modern European History. This is an impressive display of five modern photographic recreations – printed to large scale – telling the fictional story of Matthew Smith, a young man from North London, who is obsessed with clothes. The modern photographs are based upon accurate watercolours commissioned between 1520 and 1560 by Matthäus Schwarz, one of the most committed fashion innovators of his time. Schwartz documented his appearance and outfits throughout his life in what is now known as his ‘Book of Clothes’, which included explanations of when and why each outfit was worn.

Please follow this link to the ongoing blog about the project:

http://thefirstbookoffashion.tumblr.com/

A Young Man’s Progress

The Fitzwilliam Museum

Trumpington Street,

Cambridge CB2 1RB

http://www.fitzmuseum.cam.ac.uk/whatson/exhibitions/article.html?4945