Tuesday, 22 March 2011

Exhibition for Japan at Pyrus gallery

Dear all!

Very recently I've been asked to present my work "Colours of Japan" again, this time at Pyrus basement gallery in Soho, with another designer Karen Hsu.
After what happened in Japan, having researched for months about this country, I was very sensitive by the terrible news and I am pleased to show and sell my work to help a little by raising money for the earthquake and tsunami relief effort. Therefore some of my work will be on sale and a percentage will be donated directly to the British Red Cross. (will be indicated in the exhibition)
The display of my work will be slightly different from the exhibition I had in Space Fiftyfour, more working the pieces inside the new space towards two installations to experience. I'll invite you inside those two arches to take a moment for reading, thinking & contemplation.

Karen Hsu will also be showing her work. She has created a one-off art piece by gathering her signature handmade pom-poms into a cherry tree. Karen's website.
If you cannot come to the exhibition, you can also donate online: here

The week-long exhibition will be held in the Basement Gallery at Pyrus in the Newburgh Quarter.
Admission: Free but please make a donation
Exhibition dates: 24th March 2011 to 03rd April 2011
Opening night: 24th March, 2011, 6pm-9pm
Address: 10 Newburgh Street, London W1F 7RN
Pyrus website here
Please join our opening night on 24th March, 2011: there will be drinks and handmade cupcakes provided by Gareth Baty @ Totally Baked.
Click here to attend the event via facebook.

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