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  • 28/02/2013

    Francisca Prieto's artworks feature on tastemaking blog 'It's Nice That'

    Francisca Prieto’s Between Folds series creates origami windows into the past

    Posted by Anna Trench, Tuesday 26 February 2013

  • 28/02/2013

    Charlotte Squire finalist for Sculpture and Installation category for hte Arte Laguna Prize, Venice

    Two light artworks which Charlotte exhibited at jaggedart in The Shape of Things have been selected as a finalist for the installation/sculpture category at the Arte Laguna prize in Venice.

    The venue of the main exhibition, Tese di San Cristoforo of Arsenale Nord, hosts for the fourth consecutive year the finalists of the 7th edition of Arte Laguna Prize.

    On view the artworks by the 105 international artists selected for the categories painting, sculpture and installation,...

  • 14/02/2013

    Tracey Bush artwork mentioned in Conde Nast Traveller Magazine

    Ideas for weekend breaks in the UK

    England

    THE MAGDALEN CHAPTER, EXETER

    What is it?
    This is the newest property in the growing Chapter porfolio. The people behind it (Swire Hotels, known for the wonderful Upper House and The Opposite House in China) aim to build a collection of affordable design hotels in less hard-hitting UK cities (Cheltenham was the first).

    Behind the scenes

  • 06/02/2013

    Francisca Prieto's art work Between Folds / British Birds is featured in EL IBÉRICO GUIDE

    La London Art Fair: Arte Emergente al alcance de todos
    Between Folds / British Birds
    2012
    A History of British birds by the Rev. F. O. Morris. Vol II, 2nd Edition, London, George Bell & Sons, 1870

  • 18/01/2013

    Kazuhito Takadoi featured in Upon a Fold

    Australian blog about artists and designers working with paper

    "Kazuhito Takadoi uses handmade washi and homegrown grass to create these beautiful hand-threaded works. He attributes the lush natural environment which surrounded him as a child growing up in Nagoya Japan, to be a strong influence for his desire to use only natural materials in his work today. Kazuhito is a horticulture and art graduate – this sounds like a match made in heaven to me!"

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