Emma Neuberg opens the new art season at 99 Bishopsgate, East London, with a new installation of Drapes. Eighteen…Read More
First installation of Drapes, measuring 10m x 6m x 3.5m, at Plymouth Gallery, viewed as one walks around to the right. The structure is large and is intended to be dominating, compelling and immersive as the viewer walks through and around the piece. Exhibition ran 10th January – 23rd February 2016. Curated by Hannah Rose. Photo credit:…Read More
Emma Neuberg’s Drapes, measuring 10m x 6m x 3.5m, in situ at Plymouth Gallery, viewed as you walk in to the left of the gallery space. The exhibition was curated by Hannah Jones and ran 10th January – 23rd February 2016. Photo credit: Sarah PackerRead More
Drapes, Emma Neuberg’s largest installation to date, measuring 10m x 6m x 3.5m, at Plymouth Gallery. The artist’s solo show, curated by Hannah Jones, ran 10th January – 23rd February 2016 at Plymouth Gallery, Plymouth College of Art, UK. Photo credit: Sarah Packer.Read More
I never paint dreams or nightmares. I paint my own reality.
In preparation for her Artist’s Talk at London Festival of Architecture’s Letters Markers, curated by Neringa Dastoor, Neuberg has been collecting old photos of herself at work. Here’s one of her working on a triptych in 2008 in Greece, where she spent her childhood. The London Festival of Architecture’s theme is ‘memory’ and Neuberg says,”the…Read More
Emma Neuberg will talk about her work in the context of ‘Memory’ at this year’s London Festival of Architecture on 11th June at 1pm at the iconic Cass Art Islington, 66-67 Colebrooke Row, London N1 8AB.
The Artist’s Talk is part of Lithuanian artist Neringa Dastoor’s project Letters & Markers that focuses on the relationship of textile mark-making and the city within the context of ‘Memory’. Each year, the London Festival of Architecture sets a theme for their events and this year focuses on memory created through public and private space.
Neuberg’s talk, TIMEBENDS, will focus on ideas of time travel through space and mind and how the artist’s techniques of location and recollection continue to generate her works, across 40 years, on paper and fabric.
The project is curated by Neringa Dastoor and kindly supported by Cass Art and…Read More