• 19/04/2016

    Charlotte Hodes - Dressed in Pattern -conversation with CH at LCF News

    Dressed in Pattern brings together ceramics and paintings created over the last two years by Charlotte and includes the installation Spode Trees & Dressed Silhouettes, which was commissioned for the British Ceramic Biennial in 2015, and supported by Arts Council England research, the Spode Museum Trust development grant and London College of Fashion.

    LCF News spoke to Charlotte at the exhibition to ask her about the collection and her creative process.
    Can you describe the...

  • 08/04/2016

    Charlotte Hodes - Questions of Travel selected by Crafts Council for their UK first film festival

    'Questions of Travel' a film by artist Charlotte Hodes and poet Deryn Rees-Jones has been selected for
    the UK’s first film festival launched by the Crafts Council and Crafts magazine, is set to be among the highlights of this year’s London Craft Week.

    Real to Reel: The Craft Film Festival takes place on the evenings of 4 and 5 May at Picturehouse Central in London’s West End, with a carefully curated programme of different films shown each night.

  • 19/11/2015

    Monica Fierro awarded a special mention by the Jury in Salon de Artes Visuales, Junin, Argentina

  • 11/11/2015

    Stuart has just been shortlisted for the Travel Photographer Of The Year Awards

    Stuart has just been shortlisted for the Travel Photographer Of The Year Awards with entries coming in from 114 countries. The categories he has been shortlisted for are Faces, People, Encounters (2 portfolios), Monochrome (2 portfolios) and A Moment in Light (1 image). The winner will be announced in mid December.

  • 30/09/2015

    Monica Fierro in La Nacion - Argentina

    "My work with books reflects my passions from childhood: classical dance and collage. The books are folded, cut out, with or without covers. Other times I may work them in a geometric way or in groups, or I recover lose pages. They are always second hand books and they become like spaces behind the scenes or mis en scenes where young ladies, gentlemen, flowers or birds crop up, dialogue and disappear, depending on the story I wish to tell. The viewer re-discovers the book as an object, which...