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CHELSEA SPACE

Chelsea College of Arts, 16 John Islip St, SW1P 4JU
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THE DEMOCRATIC DISH: MINTONS SECESSIONIST WARE
Sep 19 - Oct 26, 2018
This exhibition of chargers, toilet ware, vases, pedestals, flower holders, candlesticks, jardinières, a cheese stand, plates and other utilitarian wares, alongside archival material from the Minton Archive, will demonstrate the innovative approach to colour that Léon Solon contributed to the Secessionist range, combined with John Wadsworth’s designs of often radical abstractions from plant forms. The exhibition will also examine Wadsworth's advocacy for the decorative arts, highlighting both Solon and Wadsworth’s contribution to British design between 1900-1915.
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Click to enlargeCOLLECTING, ARCHIVING, MAKING, AND THE PLACE OF CERAMICS IN ART
Oct 18, 2018 to 12:00am talk/event
Collecting, Archiving, Making, and the Place of Ceramics in Art and Society Today
 
Date: Thursday 18 October, 2-5pm
Location: Banqueting Hall, Chelsea College of Arts, 16 John Islip Street, SW1P 4JU
 
To coincide with the exhibition “The Democratic Dish: Mintons Secessionist Ware” (19 Sept – 26 Oct), Chelsea Space is hosting an afternoon of talks and a panel discussion.
 
Speakers include: Simon Wilson, art historian and former Curator of Interpretation at Tate; Grant Gibson, journalist and former editor of ‘Crafts’ (2007-2018), the world's leading magazine devoted to making; Amy Jayne Hughes, ceramic artist and specialist ceramics technician at Chelsea College of Arts; and Cherie Silver, Programme Curator at Chelsea Space, and curator of the current exhibition.
This is a free event, but please complete the booking form to guarantee entry:
events.arts.ac.uk/event/2018/10/18/Collecting-Archiving-Making-and-the-Place-of-Ceramics-in-Art-and-Society-Today/

RASHEED ARAEEN, PETER FILLINGHAM AND CHELSEA SPACE
Nov 14 - Dec 14, 2018
Private view Tue Nov 13 6pm - 8.30pm
Rasheed Araeen, Peter Fillingham and Chelsea Space; new sculptures and reading room

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