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Jane Bustin in Mud and Water at Rokeby Gallery

In Art, Bernard Leach, Chris Prindl, Clive Bowen, Edwin Beer Fishley, Gideon Rubin, Jack Bridley, Jane Bustin, Janet Leach, Jesse Wine, Jessica Jackson Hutchins, Kate Newby, Michael Cardew, Mizuyo Yamashita, Nicola Tassie, Rokeby, Tea Bowl, The Granchester Pottery on 17/12/2013 at 3:01 pm
Tea Bowl by Jane Bustin 2013

Tea Bowl by Jane Bustin 2013

Mud and Water
the inaugural exhibition in the new Rokeby gallery space which launches the week of 16 December 2013

Rokeby
16 Rosebery Avenue, London EC1R 4TD

Mud and Water: The group show investigates the history of British studio ceramics and the Modernist rhetoric used by figures associated with the movement and includes work by a selection of British Studio potters alongside contemporary artists interested in process, materiality and truthfulness to medium. The principles and values of heterogeneity, destabilisation and irrationality unite the artists (work dates from 1897) alongside a concern for the physical – and especially in the human body – in both the making and viewing of the work.

Artists include: Jack Bridley, Clive Bowen, Jane Bustin, Michael Cardew, Edwin Beer Fishley, The Granchester Pottery, Jessica Jackson Hutchins, Bernard Leach, Janet Leach, Kate Newby, Chris Prindl, Gideon Rubin, Nicola Tassie, Jesse Wine, Mizuyo Yamashita.

All info and details at
http://www.rokebygallery.com/exhibitions/mud-and-water

Gallery contact:
Beth and Ed Greenacre,
ROKEBY, 16 Rosebery Avenue, London EC1R 4TD
+ 44 20 7193 5034
+44 (0) 7968 027 505
beth@rokebygallery.com
www.rokebygallery.com

Jane Bustin contact:
janebustin@hotmail.com
www.janebustin.com

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