Catching one’s breath can happen if surprised, impressed or even shocked by something, such as an extraordinary object or image stumbled upon that instantaneously changes a familiar viewpoint. It can also be a time to pause or reflect and take stock.
Life in 2022 continues to appear full of uncertainties – After a tumultuous few years with a global pandemic and other crises including the war in Ukraine, and events such as climate change. However, in others ways perhaps we have reached a point of emergence; a tipping point where the potential for possibilities seems real once again.
Wendy Anderson, Victoria Arney, Stephen Carley, Peter Clossick, Sandra Crisp, Beverley Duckworth, Angela Eames, Eric Fong, Marenka Gabeler, Julie Held, Gillian Ingham, Jockel Liess, Amanda Loomes, Hannah Luxton, Ian Parker, Sumi Perera, Steve Pettengell, Michael Phillipson, Alexander Ramsay, David Redfern, Tom Scase, Philippa Tunstill, Joshua Uvieghara, Bill Watson, Neil Weerdmeester, David Wiseman, Carol Wyss
Private View Wednesday 20 July 5-8pm
61 Westminster Bridge Road
London, SE1 7HT
Weds 20 July – Thurs 28 July
Open: Mon – Fri 12 – 5pm
Artist’s Talks: Sat 23 Jul, 3 – 4pm
This exhibition has been curated by Sandra Crisp. It is part of a joint London Group exhibition with an outside sculpture show curated by Paul Bonomini at St John’s Churchyard in Waterloo. More info here
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