Hello! There is a show of Georgia Russell's work at England & Co until the 27th June.
Thank you for featuring Georgia Russell's work on your blog. To give you more information about her, here is an extract from our press release from her recent solo exhibition at our gallery: "Georgia Russell has been represented by England & Co since 2002, and as well as several solo exhibitions at England & Co, she has taken part in many exhibitions curated by the gallery, including The Map Is Not the Territory and Literary Constructs. Public collections that hold her work include the Victoria and Albert Museum in London – one of the two Russell works acquired from England & Co for the Museum was exhibited in their recent display Mapping the Imagination. She also works as a lecturer and on educational projects, and her public art commissions include a sculptural installation at the Jubilee Library in Brighton. Russell’s work has been featured in many publications over the past few years, including the new book from Black Dog Publishing, Paper: Tear, Fold, Rip, Crease, Cut. She has exhibited in numerous exhibitions abroad: the most recent include the Holland Paper Biennial, The Coda Museum, Holland (2008); Imaginative Qualities of Actual Things, Price Tower Arts Center, Oklahoma, USA (2008); The Book Borrowers: Contemporary Artists Transforming the Book, Bellevue Arts Museum, Washington, USA (2009); Novel Ideas, Oakville Galleries, Ontario, Canada (2009); Contained Thoughts, The Courtauld Institute Library Exhibition Space, London (2009); Cut It Out: Contemporary Paper Cut Artists at the Otter Gallery, Chichester, touring to Southampton City Art Gallery (2009). In October, she will be one of the artists included in Slash: Paper Under the Knife at the Museum of Art & Design, New York."www.englandgallery.com
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