The exhibition is introducing a selection of artists from various artistic platforms, with the opportunity to purchase pieces too. Tom Selmon is a photographer who has a recognisable street style and individual aesthetic. Specialising in editorial, fashion film and documentary. Joined by photographer and filmmaker Jacob Perlmutter whose work describes his own reactions to the places he’s visited around the world.
Charlotte Posner is an artist who has exhibited all over the world who specialises in the traditional techniques, using materials such as clay to create ceramic models, oil paint and drawings of colour and black and white. Another painter in the mix is Natasha Wienberg who uses the materials and inspiration she gathered through her travelling in Asia and South America to produce beautifully colourful pieces.
Alexander Rosenberg works with sculpture, performance, film and his experience in neuroscience to explore paradoxes of authorship and language. Shirly Piperno also draws upon her own experiences, this time in Jewish culture. Shirly combines her artistic career with her Italian Jewish family heritage.
Yael Smouha is exhibiting her bespoke jewellery; she’s a designer who holds a firm belief that jewellery is as unique as it’s wearer. As a result, she focuses on personalised jewellery including precious stone.
Combining the past and present, Sarah Blum uses mixed media to create physical objects that come to exist as a representation of a moment in time.
The exhibition takes place on the 23rd November at The Forge, on Delancey Street in Camden from 12-4pm. Get in contact via firstname.lastname@example.org if you wish to attend this exhibition and sale!