I’m excited to announce Herne Hill based Cavaliero Finn curates two shows for local art & design lovers to mark the 21st Dulwich Festival.
Contemporary art and design lovers alike should head to Herne Hill and the sumptuous Belair House in Dulwich on the weekend of May 10th and 11th where two exhibitions curated by contemporary art and design company Cavaliero Finn will take place as part of the 21st anniversary celebrations of the Dulwich Festival.
Located in the heart of Dulwich, Belair House is South East London’s most exciting new Bar, Dining and Social space, this is where you’ll find Exhibition number 1. Immerse yourself in works from over 20 of Britain’s finest, up and coming contemporary artists and designer-makers. If you’ve time on your hands, why not attend one of the workshops or talks over the weekend? Sunday 11th, 2-3pm Jordan Cluroe and his partner Russell Whitehead, aka The Two Lovely Gays, will be on hand to talk to you about how you can create an environment for growth and happiness.
Cavaliero Finn will host two Q&As on Saturday 10th May, ceramicist and sculptor Daniel Reynolds will give an insight into his work and talk about his exhibition New Territories: Laboratories for Art, Craft and Design in Latin America at the Museum of Arts and Design (MAD) in New York later this year from 1.15-1.45pm. This will be followed by a session from 3-3.45pm with sculptor Kathy Dalwood, who will be available for questions, hot on the heels of her recent solo exhibition at the Holburne Museum in Bath.
The exhibition at Belair House, will be open from 12-6pm each day and will include paintings by Threadneedle prize nominee Gill Rocca, Simon Ledson, Louis Blondiau, Tony Beaver, Zichao Hou, Mia Cavaliero and Judith Tucker; classic design pieces by Elle Deco designer of the year nominee Pia Wustenberg, Custhom, Rebecca Oldfield, Melanie Porter, Goldsmiths graduate Sam Edkins, Mineheart and Jane Crisp; contemporary ceramics by Sophie Cook, Janet Stahelin Edmondson and Kate Wickham; award winning sculptures by Matt Chambers (Ceramic Review Prize, Poole Pottery Award, Nelson Woo) Kathy Dalwood, Daniel Reynolds and Rowena Brown.
Exhibition number 2 will take place at Cavaliero Finn, open from 10.30-6pm on May 10th & 11th and again on the weekend of May 17th & 18th also from 10.30-6pm. On Saturday May 17th local painters Gill Rocca and Trevor Burgess will be present to talk about their work over coffee and cakes from 2-3pm. This show will feature work by painters Trevor Burgess, Gill Rocca, Thurle Wright, Cameron Fraser, Zichao Hou, Michelle McKinney and Angela Charles. There will also be a range of contemporary work by ceramicists Jo Davies, Ali Miller, Vanja Badjulz and Alice Mara and textiles by Mineheart & Melanie Porter.
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Keep the kids engaged…
A pinch pot workshop with local artist Daniel Reynolds is also planned for children aged 6+ on Saturday 10th at 12-12.45pm. Parents will be free to view the exhibition, have lunch or coffee while their children are taking part in the supervised activities. Booking is essential. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your child’s place.
See you there.
Love Herne Hill team