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Found

One-off artworks, found objects, textiles, furniture and crafts will be sold in a pop-up shop, running from Tuesday 17 May-Sunday 22 May, 2011, to raise funds for the new education wing of Kettle’s Yard House and Gallery in Cambridge, the country’s finest collection of 20th century art in a domestic setting.

The selling exhibition will be opened by Sir Nicholas Serota on May 17th (Please call us for invites).

Artists, designers, photographers, ceramicists, textile designers, gallerists and collectors have all donated pieces to sell, from their studios and collections, many of which have never been exhibited before.

Early drawings from Christopher Wood’s personal portfolio and work by artists Andrew Hewish, Alex Calinescu, Clara Drummond, Emily Faccini, Paul Zuckerman and Martin Maloney will show alongside limited edition prints by Jason Hicklin, Eric Gill, Kip Gresham, Langlands & Bell and John Pawson. Ceramics by Edmund de Waal, Rupert Spira and Natasha Daintry and woven forms from Shane Waltener and Kay Buxton will be displayed with Molly Hogg’s textiles from Central Asia, on specially commissioned tables hewn from East Anglian tree trunks.

Jugs, candlesticks, rugs, antique glassware, Julian Sainsbury’s pestles and mortars bone dominoes, jelly moulds and a camel bone fish from Iran are some of the ‘finds’ that will sell from £1 to £2,500.

In addition, photography by Verdi Yahooda, jewellery by Romilly Saumarez Smith and Andrew Logan, plus one-off pieces by Tom Dixon, Gary Breeze and Alison Crowther will be on sale alongside natural found objects.

 

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Swansong by Zena Holloway
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Swansong by Zena Holloway
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Pigeon by Dicky Graham
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Found Items
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Drawings by Guy Denning
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Pencil Basket by Shane Waltener
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Bowl by Sotis Fillippides
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Mutt by Dicky Graham
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Ceramics
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Cocteau print
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Glass by Noel Hart
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Skull
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Head by Tom Dixon
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Antique glass
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Train
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Textiles by Molly Hogg
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Bowls by Sotis Filippides
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Found Items
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Found Glass
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'Found' at the Brompton Garage
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