Cavaliero Finn at the Dulwich Festival
Expect to see a range of exquisite, museum-quality objects at Cavaliero Finn’s 15th Dulwich Festival show in Herne Hill. Having just added the V&A to its list of clients, the gallery has a reputation for showcasing the finest contemporary art, craft and design.
Cavaliero Finn doesn’t follow fashion or design trends in their selection of work; the emphasis is on originality and craftsmanship of the highest standard. The gallery seeks out quality, heirloom pieces which all have one thing in common: a singular aesthetic beauty that will stand the test of time.
At its 15th Dulwich Festival Show, Cavaliero Finn’s pop-up home gallery in Herne Hill will play host to a carefully curated selection of beautiful everyday objects, produced by over 20 pioneering artists and makers based in the UK. Featured exhibitors include makers Galvin Brothers, Rowena Brown, Matthew Chambers, Sophie Cook, Ikuko Iwamoto, Ashraf Hanna, Bjork Haraldsdottir, Akiko Hirai, Michelle House, Rhian Malin, Michelle McKinney, Daniel Reynolds, Kaori Tatebayashi, Annie Turner and Mizuyo Yamashita. Also on show from the gallery’s stable of contemporary painters will be work from Helen Ballardie, Trevor Burgess, Angela Charles, Holly Frean and Rebecca McLynn, to name but a few.
This year’s Artists’ Open House sees over 250 south-east London-based artists throw open their doors to the public to offer an insight into the artistic and design process. Showing at over 150 venues across Dulwich and the surrounding areas and representing a huge range of styles and disciplines, visitors will be able to visit homes and studios normally closed to the public for a rare opportunity to view art, craft and design in a unique and intimate setting.
The Artists’ Open House is part of the Dulwich Festival and takes place over the weekends of 12–13 May and 19–20 May 2018. Full details of this year's displaying artists can be found in the official Artists’ Open House 2018 booklet and on the Dulwich Festival Artists' Open House website.
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