Presenting a week-long exhibition of artworks, limited editions and artist-designed products. Bringing together thirteen artists, Intoart returned for a second year following the success of the inaugural event. Exhibiting new original artworks and launching Design by Intoart – a range of artist-designed products for home, work and to wear.
A fundraiser and public platform for people with learning disabilities to be visible, equal and established artists.
Ruth Alemayehu/ Ntiense Eno-Amooquaye/ Selina Helene/ Uduehi Imienwanrin/ Kevin Jacobs/ Mawuena Kattah/ Henry Nzekwu/ Christian Ovonlen/ Yoshiko Phillips/ Philomena Powell/ Lisa Trim/ Andre Williams/ Clifton Wright
The week-long exhibition was interspersed with artist talks, performances and special
viewings showcasing the breadth of Intoart’s programme.
Late viewing Artist Talks included a tour by British ceramicist Carol McNicoll and Intoart artist Mawuena Kattah, performance of new writing by Ntiense Eno Amooquaye and Clifton Wright discussing new work alongside an opportunity to delve into Intoart’s archive spanning the last 10 years. An evening hosted by Intoart Patron, Richard Watts.
Launch Party for Design by Intoart invited special guests to share their top picks of the show, including Melissa Goldberg (Frieze Magazine), fashion illustrator Helen Bullock, designer James Lambert and Caroline Stevenson Lecturer in Cultural and Historical Studies (London College of Fashion).
Intoart would like to thank Joseph Ettedgui Charitable Trust and Paul Hamlyn Foundation for their support of Design by Intoart.