7 edition of Francis Upritchard found in the catalog.
March 1, 2007
by Veenman Publishers
Written in English
|Contributions||Hari Kunzru (Contributor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||80|
Francis Upritchard makes sculptures that are both enigmatic and powerfully evocative. Born in New Zealand, she is now based in London and shows her work across Europe and the US. Feb 1, - Explore danielwiseman's board "Francis Upritchard" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Sculpture, Frieze art fair and Artist pins.
WELLINGTON. Francis Upritchard. CITY GALLERY WELLINGTON. In Francis Upritchard's survey "Jealous Saboteurs," visitors encountered such characters as a Harlequin with a suspiciously amorous bulge in his diamond-patterned tights, his arms spread with a kind of "Hey, forget about it! " nonchalance (Mandrake, ); a putrid-yellow man standing in an archer's pose with a semi-erection that. LONDON Barbican Centre Referencing an Iron Age burial site in the north of England, Francis Upritchard’s impressive exhibition, “Wetwang Slack,” announced from the outset that archaeology would be an underlying theme. But this was no dry, bleached-out display of indistinguishable artifacts such as have tried the patience of school children for generations.
- New Zealand born artist Francis Upritchard came to my attention when I had a chance to look through her new book Every Colour By Itself. Beautifully designed by . New Zealand-born, London-based artist Francis Upritchard is represented her country at 's Biennale. Taking over three rooms of a palazzo, 'Save Yourself' is .
The fox on the swing
Class size and English in the secondary school
Exploring static electricity
Christian medieval number symbolism and Dante
Performance indicators in secondary schools.
Great classic cars
history of Wesleyan Methodism in Sheffield Park, Sheffield
Prayers for people under pressure
transformed colony, Sierra Leone, as it was, and as it is
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Born in New Plymouth, New Zealand. Lives and works in London SOLO EXHIBITIONS Big Fish Eat Little Fish, Museum Dhondt-Dhaenens, Belgium Centaurs and Sea Creatures, Ivan Anothony, Auckland, New Zealand Wetwang Slack, The Curve, Barbican Centre, London, UK Francis Upritchard: Pots, Anton Kern Gallery, New York, NY, U.S.A Francis Upritchard, LUX Art [ ].
Francis Upritchard’s artistic lexicon is perhaps best known for her curious, and at times disconcerting, small-scale figurative sculptures which in their fantastical forms also embody a constellation of historical and contemporary references.
These figures inhabit a universe whereby imagination and the ancient and contemporary collide. The rising London-based artist Francis Upritchard, born in in New Zealand, takes thriftstore pots and remakes them as canopic urns, ancient Egyptian repositories for the organs of the dead; converts old fur coats into stuffed monkeys and chimps; and makes striking necklaces, at once primitive and ultra-contemporary, out of materials like cigarette butts, wire and plastic straws.
Jealous Saboteurs surveys twenty years of work by New Zealand–born, Francis Upritchard book artist Francis Upritchard. The book includes a total of colour reproductions. Francis Upritchard’s Traveller’s collection () is a table with three shelves made of wood and marble, a depository and a display of objects of different natures, provenances, sizes, functions and shapes.
These colourful objects are carefully arranged: most of the smaller ones stand vertically while the larger items lie horizontally across the shelves. Francis Upritchard has taken a typically novel approach to tackling the Barbican’s unique but tricky Curve gallery, where she is about to unveil a huge body of new work.
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Francis Upritchard (born in New Plymouth, New Zealand) is a London-based contemporary artist. In she represented New Zealand at the Venice Biennale Education.
Upritchard graduated from the Ilam School of Fine Arts at the University of Canterbury, School of Fine Arts in Awards: Walters Prize. Artist Francis Upritchard’s London life has centred around East London since she arrived fresh out of art school in The Big Idea met her at her Hackney Central studio.
It’s in this little corner of London where Upritchard first lived in squats, met some of her earliest collaborators and friends, and set up her own artist-run space. 4 August - 1 October Redrawing Collective and OSW.
Collected Collaborations, initiated by the Artists’ Book Research Group, features propositional projects from the Redrawing Collective and OSW. Catalogue essayist Brad Haylock suggests that ‘In the present moment, we are witnessing an international surge in the popularity of artists’ books and independent publishing, a.
20/20 Rocks. Feb 4 - Mar 7, Brenda Nightingale / Nathan Pohio / Francis Upritchard. Twenty twenty is 20 years after Y2K, which was 20 years into the golden times that sprung from Reaganism, and just over 20 years after Brenda Nightingale, Nathan Pohio and Francis Upritchard graduated from the University of Canterbury School of Fine Arts, Ilam.
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Francis Upritchard’s site-specific installation draws from figurative sculpture, ceramics, glassblowing and more. This autumn, New Zealand born artist Francis Upritchard will create a new series of sculptural interventions in the Curve to transform the space with a. Kate MacGarry is delighted to announce Francis Upritchard’s fourth solo exhibition at the gallery.
Since her first exhibition inTraveller’s Collection, Upritchard has experimented with the theme of display, evident in her sensitive and considered arrangements of figures, glasswork, textiles and ceramics.
Upritchard’s new, larger-scale figures occupy a world that is at once. Francis Upritchard sculpts small figures that she combines with found objects such as fake Wedgwood vases, ceramic lamp bases, and vintage jewelry.
Using beautiful custom-made tables crafted by her furniture-designer husband, Martino Gamper, Upritchard creates nostalgia-laden tabletop tableaux that explore asceticism and excess by dwarfing symbolic human characters and archetypes with cast-off Nationality: New Zealander.
Arriving at the studio and home of Francis Upritchard on a Tuesday morning in East London, you’d hardly know she was opening a solo booth at Frieze Art Fair later that day, launching a fashion collaboration with Peter Pilotto the following day, and juggling studio visits and interviews throughout London’s hectic art-focused week.
She’s the picture of tranquillity. Francis Upritchard’s Save Yourself plays on all the worst b-movie gags – unearthed beneath the gallery is an ‘ancient’ tomb devised by a Pharaoh with a very Ed Wood sense of humour. Her mummy-on-the-cheap (a mass of rags, with a knowing glass eye), unearthed with all his burial treasures – a bar of gold (pack of fags), and earthly treasures (kitschy teapots), comes replete with his.
This has proven to be a milestone year for New Zealand-born, London-based sculptor Francis Upritchard. Her selection as one of New Zealand's representatives for its Venice Biennale pavilion followed residencies at two of Australasia's most significant art venues, the Govett-Brewster Art Gallery in New Plymouth, New Zealand, and Sydney's Artspace, during which Upritchard's practice.Francis Upritchard’s work is rooted in cultural history, rituals, and storytelling - from the ’s hippie movement and psychedelia to gothic folklore and beyond.
Often re-interpreting history through playfully imagined 'found’ artifacts or curios, she engages the viewer’s imagination in all manner of weird and wonderful momento mori.
Her solo exhibitions .Although Francis Upritchard’s work defies categorization, her work is distinguished by an easily identifiable effect.
Combining the familiar with the strange, her pieces are invested with a discomfiting power that we are more apt to associate with instruments of the occult than domestic design objects, or the works we expect to encounter in an art gallery.