Cornelia Parker ‘One Day This Glass Will Break’ and ‘Told You So’ from the brilliant current exhibition at the Royal West of England Academy in Bristol featuring the Turner Prize-nominee’s new series of large-scale photogravures and Fox Talbot's ‘Articles of Glass’ (2017), shown outside London for the first time
“For some years Cornelia Parker’s work has been concerned with formalising things beyond our control, containing the volatile and making it into something that is quiet and contemplative like the ‘eye of the storm’. She is fascinated with processes in the world that mimic cartoon ‘deaths’ – steam-rollering, shooting full of holes, falling from cliffs and explosions. Through a combination of visual and verbal allusions her work triggers cultural metaphors and personal associations, which allow the viewer to witness the transformation of the most ordinary objects into something compelling and extraordinary.” - RWA
Cornelia Parker: One Day This Glass Will Break is on show at the RWA until 28th January
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Who can name this #Bristol landmark? Just one of the wonderful illustrated scenes from Duncan Beedie's home town that feature in his latest picture book, The Last Chip.
The Last Chip is out now published by @templarpublishing with 10% of profits from the sales go to @trusselltrust who support foodbanks across the UK. Link in bio to our review which features more of these gorgeous illustrations.
Bristol Pink Week 2018 is delighted to announce that all proceeds raised throughout the week will be donated to Breast Cancer Haven.
The charity recognises that breast cancer can rob a woman of her individuality, resulting in her being relegated to the status of a patient, a body, a passive observer in her own treatment.
Through a network of 6 welcoming centres around the UK, Breast Cancer Haven designs a programme of care specifically tailored to an individual’s needs, issues or concerns. It may include counselling, massage, acupuncture or nutritional therapy, as well as offering advice on practical things such as money issues, work and help to combat stress.
Their support is free of charge, available for women and men who have been affected by breast cancer. Four hours of free counselling is also offered to family members and close friends of people diagnosed with breast cancer.
By providing a personalised package of emotional, practical and physical support, their mission is to help women with breast cancer hold onto their confidence, strength and most important of all, their individuality.
Please check out their website for more details: breastcancerhaven.org.uk
We are looking forward to seeing as many people as possible throughout Bristol Pink Week 2018 to help raise as much money as possible for this wonderful charity!
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