We have now moved into our new studio at Peckham Levels where we are excited to join new neighbours, 3rd Rail Print Space and The Kiln Rooms. Join our mailing list to find out more about what’s going to be an exciting year for Intoart in 2018.
Ntiense Eno Amooquaye has been awarded an AIDF grant by Arts Council England and the British Council to support the research and development of a new body of visual artwork and live performance informed by her experience and responses to the site of the Texture Museum (originally Flax Museum) in Kortrijk, Flanders.
Her time spent in Belgium over the coming few months, supported by host organisation Wit.h, will create new material that responds to the context and history of the flax industry, lace and linen production.
We are delighted to announce that a trio of works by Mawuena Kattah have been acquired by The Arts Council Collection, one of the UK’s largest national loan collections of modern and contemporary art. Kattah’s work is amongst 45 works by 29 artists that have been acquired for the collection in 2016-2017.
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Ntiense Eno Amooquaye’s commission for Chelsea and Westminster Hospital as part of the CW+ visual arts programme is now installed alongside other commissioned artists, including Brian Eno, Isaac Julien and Richard Woods.
In response to the commission Ntiense created a new large scale work on paper, incorporating drawings of the Italian Gardens in Hyde Park and new poetry developed from extensive reading at the National Poetry Library.
‘The poem is about inside and outside, the weather, the colours of flowers and plants. I wanted to take people on a journey through gardens.’ Ntiense Eno Amooquaye
The artwork is now displayed on level one just around the corner from the most valuable works in the collection by Veronese and opposite the longest work in the collection by Bert Irvin.
Intoart headed to the heart of Kent for Alfresco Music festival on the 26th-28th May Bank Holiday weekend for what has fast become the South East’s favourite boutique festival. Intoart bought arts activities to festival-goers of all ages with hands-on creative workshops. New Intoart Design products were also on sale throughout the weekend including festival T-shirts ‘A Beat for the People’ and ‘Play that Funky Synth’, temporary tattoos and embroidered patches.
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Mawuena Kattah’s film documenting her creation of large scale ceramic works will be screened as part of the Real to Reel film festival.
Produced by the Crafts Council and Crafts magazine, the inaugural edition of Real to Real was launched in May 2016. The UK’s first film festival devoted to craft returns to Picturehouse Central from 2 – 4 May 2017. Showcasing the breadth and depth of talent and technique that spans the UK’s craft and moving image communities, the festival aims to give a platform to the wealth of films that explore themes of making, makers, materials and process in the broadest sense.
The 10 minute short film ‘Mawuena Kattah – Ceramics, Textiles and Works on Paper’ was filmed and edited by Richard Bevan and funded by Arts Council England. The film will be screened at Picturehouse Central on Wednesday 3rd May. You can find out more about the Real to Reel film festival HERE
Opening: Tuesday 29 November 6 – 9pm
Fitzrovia Gallery, 139 Whitfield Street, London W1T 5EN
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The exhibition brings together works by six Intoart artists to evoke the mood of wintertime in the Northern hemisphere, celebrating both the warmth and sparkle of family and fireside, and the mysteries and darkness of the world outside. Alongside the artworks, we are delighted to present our new winter season products from Design by Intoart. Continue reading “The Long Nights – Intoart Winter Exhibition 2016”
Intoart present an evening of performance, music and spoken word
Friday 2 December 7-9pm Fitzrovia Gallery, 139 Whitfield Street, London W1T 5EN
Ntiense Eno Amooquaye presents The Shadow.
Spoken word and silhouette projections combine to explore themes of flight and metamorphosis.
Ole Hagen and Kit Poulson present The Clumsy Bramble Picker.
Shadow theatre for the modern human. ‘To some it is the shadows between the trees that are important.’
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Mawuena Kattah: Ceramics, Textiles and Works on Paper. Friday 11th November 6.30 – 8.30pm, Victoria and Albert Museum. Display of artworks, film screening and Artists’ book reading.
This evening event includes an ‘in conversation’ with artist Mawuena Kattah and ceramicists Carol McNicoll and Matthew Raw. A new film will be screened for the first time, documenting Kattah’s working process, including the production of her 48-tiled frieze as part of her placement in the V&A Museum ceramics studio. The limited edition Artists’ book includes full colour illustrations and a foreword by British Ceramicist Carol McNicoll. Continue reading “Mawuena Kattah Display and Event at Victoria and Albert Museum”
Guardian columnist Michele Hanson has written an article about Mawuena Kattah’s ceramic works including her, ‘stunning 48-piece tiled frieze….full of energy, colour, wit, and all about who and what she loves.’ You can read the full article on the Guardian Website HERE