Thursday, 6 November 2014

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.  

1 comment:

  1. Wow, this is looking awesome. I am really grateful to you for sharing it here. Anyway, I am also planning for a small event like this but for that I am not sure where to look for best gallery space for rent NYC. Can you please help me?