Monday, 24 November 2014

Peridot Christmas Pop up

Timeless designs, sleek seams, the classic white shirt... Peridot London are back for their second pop up and sample sale at Nancy Victor from Monday 8 to Friday 12 December. 

Thursday, 20 November 2014

LUXAC Pop up, 17-22 November

LUXAC are presenting their Camo collection at Nancy Victor, for one week only a sample sale and special discounts will be available. LUXAC uniquely combines the elegance of a handbag with the function of a rucksack. A bag that is minimalist by design but will happily carry a laptop. A bag that is both gorgeous and practical.

Open Monday to Friday 10-6pm and Saturday 12-6pm.

Tuesday, 18 November 2014

Venue hire available for intimate events, exhibitions and product launches in central london

Looking for a space in central London for an event, exhibition or pop up shop? Nancy Victor is available to hire from 1 day to 4 weeks at extremely competitive rates. Please get in touch with your name, number, email, preferred date for hire, length of hire and the event type. Email Rachael Hill: for more information.

Impressions by Carol Wilhide

For two days only print maker Carol Wilhide exhibited Impressions. Everyday objects and views – from reflections in water to glimpses from windows – are explored in this solo exhibition, through the medium of linocut or woodcut, brief impressions of nature take on new layers of meaning. 

Carol Wilhide is a London-based artist who has exhibited her work in London, Paris and Tokyo. Her linocut 'Nest' was shown at the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2014. She is a member of the National Society of Painters, Sculptors and Printmakers and won the Matthew White Ridley Printmaking Prize at their show at the Menier Gallery, Southwark in 2013. Earlier this year she spent five weeks in Japan on a residency learning the mokuhanga technique.

Thursday, 6 November 2014

LUXAC Pop up 17-22 November 2014

LUXAC will be presenting their luxury backpacks from Monday 17 to Saturday 22 November 2014. Special discounts and samples will be available to purchase from designer Louise Bangay. Join us for a drink on Thursday 20 from 6pm.

Recent work by Yael David-Cohen

For this exhibition Yael presents a selection of recent work in three separate but related areas: fibre art and painting, artist's books and printmaking (etching and linocut). The works follow the theme of process of change in form and situation. Sometimes this is achieved in a series of works.

One of the connections between the works in the different media is recycling. For the fibre art Yael uses found fabric as a basis for painting and etching. Similarly, the artist's books comprise old carte de visite albums and photographs with added etching and occasionally fabric. Yael is showing representative pieces together from her practice because of their interrelatedness. The separate but related areas of work form an interesting combination to showcase reused and found objects inspired by natural processes of growth and change.

The exhibition runs from Wednesday 5 to Monday 10 November 2014. Open Monday to Friday 10am-6pm. 
The private view will be Thursday 6 November, 6-8pm.  

Monday, 3 November 2014

Head for the Horizon, I'll meet you there: A solo show by Alice Stallard

Alice Stallard  presented her solo exhibition 'Head for the Horizon, I'll meet you there' at Nancy Victor this October. The objects that people carry with them are investigated and interpreted by Alice in this solo exhibition. Loved and weathered, these often ordinary and everyday objects, carry great importance for their keepers and trigger memories of past adventures, hopes and dreams. Stallard delves into this notion weaving rich and colourful narratives around the objects, hinting at or exposing their talismanic presence. 

For this series of mixed media work, Stallard taps into popular and domestic culture with her use of printed ephemera, layered between hand-drawn images, paint and print. Traces of folds, etched and stitched marks are also found in the tactile surfaces reflecting the hidden or secret histories the objects portray. Colourful and composed, these cryptically titled pieces invite the viewer to look, stare and wonder. 

The exhibition ran from 28th October to 3rd November 2014.

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