New Art Highlights

30 November - 6 December 2020

New Art Highlights of the week includes: Katy Beinart, James William Murray, Pen Dalton and Clare Chapman.

Correspondences, 3rd December 2020 - 12th December 2020 by Katy Beinart

Katy Beinart

Katy and Rebecca Beinart present a new body of research and artwork in-the-making, developed through a process of correspondence over the past six months. This online exhibition, hosted by Five Years London, features new sculptures, installation, performance and digital works that emerge from their long-term collaboration Origination. Over a ten-day period, they will release elements of the project on the website.

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The Drawing Stone, 2020 by James William Murray

James William Murray

The Drawing Stone is a small edition book publication made during a break from my day-to-day studio practice during the lockdown across England in spring 2020.

The work focuses on the materiality of my studio practice, with photographic images exploring close up details of surface textures and artworks in-situ.

It contains an essay by the artist and writer Bryony Bodimeade on touch, desire, and material intimacy with reference to the use of graphite and brass throughout the body of artwork depicted in the book.

Published by Studio James William Murray, November 2020
Designed by Ashley Kinnard
Essay By Bryony Bodimeade

174 x 240 mm
40 pages
Limited Edition 150 signed copies
ISBN: 978-1-83853-869-9

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Gutsy, 2020 by Pen Dalton

Pen Dalton

high relief painting.

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Yolk, 2020 by Clare Chapman

Clare Chapman

Oil on canvas.

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