26 July 2021
Edge to Edge features artists who use hard edges of some kind in their work but who are not necessarily defined by them. Simon Streather takes a closer look at the artists in this show.
16 May 2021
The exhibition ‘Model Maquette’ arrives in a protracted time of pandemic fright, a time when most people’s worlds have literally shrunk. Suggestions of either imaginative flight or claustrophobia become all the more poignant.
16 March 2020
What is this ‘other world’ Alexander Hinks is drawn to and asks that we be drawn into?
His current exhibition at ‘The Cello Factory’ spans some four years of art-making. The paintings introduce themselves as unabashedly interested in transcendence, possibly unfashionable given an increasingly materialistic contemporary background.
16 October 2019
Nearly a year to the day after ‘Defining Structure’, artist and curator Alexander Hinks returns to The Cello Factory. Amalgamation, the title he has chosen for this exhibition, suggests pluralism rather than purity, symbiotic relationships over synthesis, a mutual benefit beyond sharing common points of departure or goals.
7 June 2019
3 October 2018
Structure tends to call to mind notions of order, stability and efficiency. It should perhaps come as no surprise that the artists featured in this exhibition most often pit structure against chaos and the ephemeral. One has the feeling that rather than having arrived at a definition, one leaves with more questions crowding around the […]