New Artist Interview: Harriet Horton

New Artist Interview: Harriet Horton

Harriet Horton Taxidermy Artists talks to Contemporary Collective about her work

Harriet's uniquely fresh take on the traditional medium of taxidermy attracted us to her works instantly - who else has ever combined neon lighting with animal sculpture? We were absolutely delighted when she agreed to have a meeting with us, and even more so when she accepted our offer of representation with Contemporary Collective. Since joining a few weeks ago, Harriet's piece King, a delicate sleeping ermine stoat illuminated by a neon pink crown has found himself a new home, where we hope he will be much enjoyed. 

MARK BEATTIE WINS XERXES SCULPTURE COMPETITION AT THE SERPENTINE GALLERY

MARK BEATTIE WINS XERXES SCULPTURE COMPETITION AT THE SERPENTINE GALLERY

 

 

We are pleased to announce that Contemporary Collective sculptor, Mark Beattie has won the 2015 Xerxes Sculpture Competition.

Sam Carvosso On The Xerxes Sculpture Prize

Sam Carvosso On The Xerxes Sculpture Prize

Sam Carvosso Chevrons

We speak to Sculptor, Sam Carvosso, who has just been announced as a finalist in this year's Xerxes Sculpture Prize, which asks sculptors to transform a series of individual materials into one artwork that encompasses completeness, beauty, flexibility, quality and something which is 'architecturally' inspired.

Meet the Artist: Interview with Mark Morgan Dunstan

Meet the Artist: Interview with Mark Morgan Dunstan

We speak to Mark Morgan Dunstan, who is currently taking part in the artist residency at DegreeArt with three other artists; James Mansfield, Estella Castle and Martha Beaumont, who have collectively constructed a log cabin in the gallery space as part of a project entitled Lake Island. An ambitious feat to say the least.

Ian Tricker selected for Bloomberg New Contemporaries 65th Anniversary

Ian Tricker selected for Bloomberg New Contemporaries 65th Anniversary

We are pleased to announce that Contemporary Collective’s Ian Tricker is one of the 55 artists that have been selected to be part of the 65th anniversary exhibition of Bloomberg New Contemporaries