Alexa de Ferranti
Maslen & Mehra
The show proposes collaborations between Head Gardeners and artists reflecting the many and varied roles and responses to the creation and maintenance of gardens in Britain.
Danielle Arnaud contemporary art and Parabola, in association with the Museum of Garden History, are launching a new series of commissions for our upcoming summer exhibition at the Museum of Garden History, London.
The show proposes collaborations between Head Gardeners and artists reflecting the many and varied roles and responses to the creation and maintenance of gardens in Britain. Establishing working dialogues with horticulturists, botanists, gardeners and caretakers, artists showing in this year's exhibition include: Jo Addison, Anat Ben-David, Anna Best & Paul Whitty, David Blandy, Anna Boggon, Cleo Broda, David Cotterrell, Mark Edwards, Alexa de Ferranti, Rose Frain, Chris Jones, Janice Kerbel, Andrea Liggins, Marie-France & Patricia Martin, Maslen & Mehra, Eline McGeorge, Mr & Mrs Ivan Morison, Simeon Nelson, Natacha Nisic, Lyndall Phelps, Claudia Pilsl, Abigail Reynolds and Emma Tod.
On 2 July at 6.30pm the novelist and broadcaster Leslie Forbes will be joined by artists Abigail Reynolds, David Cotterrell, Dan Harvey and Heather Ackroyd to discuss how gardens have inspired their work (presented by Art Review in collaboration with Art Fortnight London). Â£5.00 entrance fee, booking essential.
July 21 & 22: doors opening at 8:30pm, screening 9:15pm.
A programme of 16mm artists' films curated by Peter Todd, Trees Plants Flowers â€“ Lives, explores how trees, plants and flowers have been filmed and reflects on their, however fleeting, impact on our lives. Featuring work by Ute Aurand and Baerbel Freund, Stan Brakhage, Rose Lowder, Margaret Tait and Peter Todd.
The exhibition was curated by Danielle Arnaud, Jordan Kaplan and Philip Norman.
For further information and slides/digital images contact Danielle Arnaud on 020 7735 8292
David Cotterrell Macroscope 2004
virtual 360 degree display
Private View: Thursday 1 July 6 â€“ 9 pm
Danielle Arnaud contemporary art
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Museum of Garden History, Lambeth Palace Road, London SE1