Paul Catherall: Sent from Coventry - A Private View. Time slot 17.30 - 18.30
Paul Catherall: Sent from Coventry
Monday 24 May 2021. TIME SLOTS 5.30, 6.30, 7.30. Places are limited for socially distancing to 12 people for each slot.
At Eames Fine Art Gallery, 58 Bermondsey Street, London SE1 3UD
A Private View
With Paul Catherall, Catherine Croft and Coco Whittaker.
Face Masks essential and drinks will not be served.
This striking exhibition (12 May to 6 June) includes many new works by Paul which he has made over the past two years to capture Coventry’s important buildings and a style of architecture which seems to be quickly becoming extinct.
Coventry is officially launched on 15 May as UK City of Culture, and yet there is some irony to the convergence of these parallel celebrations of Coventry, as many of the buildings that express the culture and history of the town, which Paul so lovingly depicts in his linocuts, are under threat of redevelopment.
The second part of the exhibition includes linocuts of London buildings which were also built in the post-war Modernist and Brutalist style which Paul found himself gravitating towards when he moved to the capital.
Paul Catherall grew up in Coventry and moved to London after graduating PAUL CATHERALL: SENT FROM COVENTRY
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If you are not able to attend the Private View - Eames Gallery are inviting C20 members to a collectors night - which will be an online webinar zoom at 8pm on Wednesday 26 May. Further details and how to join the webinar will be found in the C20 Members Newsletter of 13 May.
Above: Coventry Cathedral II, linocut, Paul Catherall. Photograph: Paul Catherall
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