NEW LARGE DRAWINGS

Emma’s recent grid drawings are increasingly abstract making reference to real and imagined worlds through titles such as Ravine and Consequences Denied. This one pictured is called Crushing Fever, a silkscreen print and pastel on paper measuring 76cm x 56cm, 2010. Photo by the artist, copyright 2010. All rights reserved.

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JUST WHAT IS IT THAT MAKES TODAY’S HOMES SO DIFFERENT, SO APPEALING? IN MATERIAL ACTIONS CATALOGUE

Emma Neuberg’s Billboard Skirts feature in the group exhibition catalogue, Material Actions, published by Plymouth College of Art and Textiles Forum Southwest. All thirteen artists have a short essay in the booklet alongside contextual essays by Hannah Jones, Kate Fletcher, Brenda Miller and Marianne Torrence. ‘Just What Is It That Makes Today’s Homes So Different, So Appealing? polythene and…

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GROUP SHOW AT THE TRIANGLE GALLERY, LONDON

Emma Neuberg shows in the group exhibition Ever & Again, curated by Rebecca Earley. Her Billboard Skirts series were originally commissioned by the Textiles Environment Design department at University of the Arts London for exhibition in Ever & Again at the Triangle Gallery, Chelsea College of Art & Design, London. Emma Neuberg exhibited alongside Lorna Bircham, Melanie Bowles, Rebecca…

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