Welcome to Ruth Marten’s extraordinary world. Using found images, vintage prints and photographs, Marten adds collage, ink and drawing to seamlessly create a surreal new story. Read our interview here.
Bad hair day? Sarah Eyre’s first solo exhibition at PAPER Gallery, Manchester takes wigs as her focal point. Eyre’s explores shifting boundaries between the objects one wears and their relationship to the body. Using photography and collage she introduces subtle interventions within her own photographic work as well as upon found images to subvert conventional object/body relations.
[Featured Image: Ruth Marten, Bird of Paradise, 2017] A John Marchant Gallery exhibition in collaboration with the Eagle Gallery, London, features new work by Ruth Marten, The Birds. VISITING: Eagle Gallery, EMH Arts, 159 Farringdon Rd, Clerkenwell, London EC1R 3AL […]
Migrations, the current group show at Eagle Gallery, London is a timely exploration of the themes of location, migration, and diaspora through an installation of mixed-media works including drawing, book art and collage. Five artists, four of them women, express […]