The Shadowy chair is on show at National Gallery of Victoria International in Melbourne Australia as part of the exhibition Creating the Contemporary Chair.
The exhibition features thirty-five chairs that have recently been acquired by the museum through the support of the Gordon Moffit Gift. National Gallery of Victoria is the oldest and most visited gallery in Australia.
Creating the Contemporary Chair is on now until 15 October 2017.
Meadow is a family of upholstered benches inspired by the small clearings one comes upon in the woods and was presented this year at Moroso’s stand in Milan.
They were first produced in 2016 when they formed part of our English Garden textiles collection for Christopher Farr.
Find out more here
Support the Crafts Council and bid in the Collect auction to help build a new home for craft in London.
The leading voice for craft in the UK, the Crafts Council reaches over 3.8 million people a year through its exhibitions, collections loans and learning programmes.
We’ve donated pieces from Witches’ Kitchen consisting of a casserole pot, saucepan and wooden utensils. The collection is a collaborative effort in sustainable design commissioned by Artecnica as part of their Design With Conscience project and made by artisan communities in Brazil, Colombia, and Guatemala.
All auction works are on view at Collect: The International Art Fair for Contemporary Objects from 2-6 February 2017 in London. Bidding for the auction will close on February 6th at 4:00pm GMT.
Festive greetings from Swarovski Crystal World in Wattens where our installation of magical creatures has come to life!
Visit the installation for magic winter moments until 22 Janury 2017.
If you can't make it to Austria you can see more of the project here
See others and their #magicwintermoments at Swarovski Kristallwelten.
14 of Yamaha’s LSX-70 and LSX-170 speakers have been transformed into Hairy Creature Speakers.
The addition of materials, including horsehair and sisal, turn the industrially produced speakers into handcrafted objects which are warm, characterful and materially interesting.
The soundscape, composed exclusively for the show, will be played using the speakers from the 18th to 20th November. The composition consists of two parts: a musique concrète soundscape using Yamaha field recordings and postmodern minimal music for piano and string quartet, inspired by the material of the Hairy Creature Speakers.
The speakers will be exhibited alongside Tracey’s distinctive shoes handmade by skilled craftspeople, with carefully chosen materials.
Find out more about the speakers here