Barnaby Barford’s work explores the fundamental questions driving human nature in terms of our hopes, dreams and aspirations, our fears, frailties and failures, of what drives us to constantly want more, and society’s incessant need for growth. Working with words, he makes sculptures and drawings that explore who we are and why we are like this. Barford has been Associate Lecturer at Central Saint Martins since 2004. He is represented by David Gill Gallery in London and his work has been exhibited internationally with solo shows across Europe and the US, including a survey exhibition at MoCA Virginia (2013).
A Portrait of Place: The New Craftsmen at Holkham Hall
4 - 10 October 2021
An Evening with Freya Bramble-Carter at Petersham Nurseries Richmond
5 - 10 October 2021