“Crafting A Difference” At The Argentine Ambassador’s Residence
5 October, 2021 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
KCWC’s Contemporary Art Group has been graciously invited to a private tour of Crafting A Difference. This is a rare opportunity to visit this historic residence designed by Thomas Cubitt, in the heart of Belgravia, where some of the world’s finest contemporary objects will sit within this opulent interior, in rooms including the Ambassador’s office, the formal dining room and the grand ballroom. Curated by Andrea Harari and Brian Kennedy, the exhibition will bring together over 200 works in ceramics, wood, glass, metal, textiles and paper, by over 30 artists carefully selected from the following galleries: Cavaliero Finn, Jaggedart, MADEINBRITALY, Ting Ying Gallery and Vessel Gallery. These artworks will populate the rooms offering an inspiring dialogue with the fabric of the building, as contemporary sits alongside the grand historical chandeliers, works of art, furniture, tapestries and mirrors within the building.
If you attended the spring tour of Crafting A Difference at So Shiro townhouse in Marylebone, this is a similar, but entirely different exhibit. This show is a part of London Craft Week and is supported by Crafts Council and QEST.
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