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Corvi-Mora: Jim Isermann & James and Tilla Waters - 15 Jan 2015 to 28 Feb 2015

Current Exhibition


15 Jan 2015 to 28 Feb 2015
Opening hours : Tuesday to Saturday, 11am - 6 pm
Corvi-Mora
1A Kempsford Road
( off Wincott Street )
London
SE11 4NU
United Kingdom
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Jim Isermann: Untitled (Detail), 2014
James and Tilla Waters: Tequila Sunrise, 2014


Artists in this exhibition: Jim Isermann, James and Tilla Waters


Jim Isermann
James and Tilla Waters

15th January - 28th February, 2015
Opening: Thursday, 15th January 2015 6:30 - 8:30 pm

Tommaso Corvi-Mora is pleased to present an exhibition of new paintings by Jim Isermann and ceramics by James and Tilla Waters.

The gallery has been working with Jim Isermann since 1997. Through the decades Jim Isermann has continued his investigation in formal tropes culled from modernist art and design from the '60s and '70s. This life-long commitment to a specific sensibility has always been very earnest on Jim Isermann’s part and has stood for a heartfelt identification with it. For the current exhibition Jim Isermann has completed two paintings on CNC-milled MDF panels. The surface of the painting has been milled by a computer-controlled machine and has then been painted by the artist. The viscous, thickly applied painting in acrylic introduces warmth and imperfections to the crisp angularity of the milled surface.

James and Tilla Waters originally trained as fine artists, both studying painting: James at the Slade School of Art in London and Tilla at Bath School of Art and Design. They met in 1998, when they both became apprentices to the potter Rupert Spira. Since 2002 they have run their own pottery studio in Carmathenshire. The works included in the exhibition date from the last five years and include two basic shapes, the cylinder and the jug. Their surface decoration is redolent of European abstraction from the '50s to the '70s, both in choice of colours and themes. This is their first exhibition at Corvi-Mora.

The aim of the exhibition is that of creating a link between two different approaches to abstraction, highlighting their differences and affinities.


The gallery is open Tuesday to Saturday 11am to 6pm.
For further information or photographic material please call 020 7840 9111


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