EMMA NEUBERG: Winner of Minton’s Democratic Dish in Grayson Perry’s Collection

Grayson Perry (Turner Prize Winner and Chancellor of University of the Arts London), Donald Smith (Director of Chelsea Space and Chairman of Chelsea Arts Club), Amy Jayne Hughes (V&A Resident Ceramicist) and Cherie Silver (Programme Curator at Chelsea Space) select Emma Neuberg’s painting, Cloud Buds, for their exciting new public project, The Democratic Dish. The artwork is…

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EMMA NEUBERG: Drapes, 2015 – 2020

Emma Neuberg’s Drapes is seen here in its first iteration at Plymouth Gallery, at Plymouth College of Art, in southwest England in 2016. It represents her first large-scale installation using fabric as a structural, sculptural material. It measures 11.5 x 13 x 16 feet (3.5m x 4m x 5m) and each drape combines graphic lines, drawing, mathematical repeating patterns and digital printing. The images originate from…

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EMMA NEUBERG: Shields, New Paintings, 2019

Inspired by her Grayson Perry award-winning design and recent experience of creative identity theft, this new collection of paintings marks an exciting departure into coded motifs and abstractions illuminating a fascinating process of symbolic fragmentation and integration…

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EMMA NEUBERG: Memory of Colour, Solo Show, The Forge, East London, 2019

Emma Neuberg’s latest iteration of Drapes called, simply, Drape, showed at Craft Central UK, in East London, in January – February 2019. The work was the largest iteration of the tapestry piece to date measuring 68 feet (20 metres) long and 13 feet (6 metres) high. Each block of printed canvas receded…

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EMMA NEUBERG: Solo Show, Aldgate Tower, East London, 2018

Emma Neuberg’s latest installation is open to the public Summer 2018 at Aldgate Tower in East London (opposite Whitechapel Gallery). Curated by Saff Williams, the work is designed to fill a stunning white and glass reception area…

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EMMA NEUBERG: Solo Show, 99 Bishopsgate, East London, 2017

Emma Neuberg opens the Fine Art season at 99 Bishopsgate, East London, with an installation of Drapes. Eighteen pieces are suspended across the space in a new iteration to create a stunning, vibrant impact. Bolts of color in…

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EMMA NEUBERG: Solo Show, Plymouth Gallery, 2016

Plymouth Gallery celebrates the first installation of Drapes, measuring 11.5 x 13 x 16 feet (3.5m x 4m x 5m), in its latest series of exhibitions celebrating artists who work with fabric and texture. Commissioned by…

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