• 14/10/2016

    Charlotte Hodes- Guest Artist-in-Residence, USA Autumn 2016

    Charlotte Hodes is Guest Artist-in-Residence, by invitation, at the The Clay Studio, Philadelphia, 3 October-16 November. She is working on a new collection of ceramic vessels and participating in their exhibition Transference: Transferware and Contemporary Ceramics. She will also be speaking at the related symposium, Technicalities: Meaning in Methods 28-30 October which takes place at The Clay Studio and Tyler School of Art, Temple University. The symposium has been arranged by Jennifer...

  • 06/10/2016

    Katie Jones: The Terrarium Drawn - The Marylebone Journal

    Wilderness erased or constructed for industry or leisure; the constant flux of man-made environments; the history of familiar relations; human conflict; the contrast between 'a terrain of chaotic and abundant nature'. These are the themes for curator and artist Katherine Jones's jaggedart exhibition, in which five different artists use pencil drawings to depict the evolution of environments, both natural and artificial.

  • 23/09/2016

    Andrea Harari featured in the Argentine newspaper ‘Clarin‘

    During the weekend of the 17th and 18th of September, the Argentine Embassy opened its doors to the public, to participate at the Open House London 2016 festival.

    For this year’s show called ‘Playhouse’, a group of curators including Harari, curated an engaging and playful experience for the visitors to the residence, where Argentine and British artists in the UK had the freedom to use the house as the focus and inspiration of their artworks.

  • 15/09/2016

    The Terrarium Drawn featured in Printmaking Today

    Jaggedart's show 'The Terrarium Drawn' was featured at 'Printmaking Today', the authorized Journal of the Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers.
    The show was curated by Katherine Jones, and displayed the works from five artists that use drawing as a fundamental part of their practice in order to grasp an idea and to explore its development.
    The show is open until the 7th of October, 2016

  • 14/07/2016

    Kazuhito Takadoi installation in new Regents Seven Seas Explorer

    They're calling it the most luxurious cruise ship ever built.

    And with its unprecedented collection of lavish suites, a state of the art spa, and a theatre on board which cost a staggering $450million to build - they might just be right.

    Today, cruise line Regent will be christening the Seven Seas Explorer to mark the beginning of its new life on the water, with Princess Charlene of Monaco doing the honours.

    It's the first new ship for Regent in over a decade and took a...