Ceramic artist Roberto Cambi is a name of reference in contemporary Italian ceramic art. He has been exhibiting successfully since the late 1970s, after obtaining his diploma at the Academy of Fine Arts in Bologna. Cambi's practice is very eclectic and delves in different techniques, but is often referred to as "pop and humoristic". His playful works are created focusing on the interaction of ceramics with their surrounding space. Yet, although his installations are mainly site-specific, due to their flexible nature they can easily adapt to any dimension and space.
The playful aspect of Roberto Cambi's ceramic sculptures is evident in this small sculpture depicting a little ghost part of a trio. The pure white is achieved employing a high quality hand-applied majolica glaze.
Alexandra Gallagher is a British multidisciplinary artist. Through collage, street art, prints, photography and painting, she celebrates the surreal and the sublime.
Inhabiting the realms of memories, dreams and extra sensorial experiences, her work looks beyond the physical limits and tells a story of inner imagination and thought.
Often part of a series, each piece is visceral and organic, with the artist becoming a witness to its evolution rather than a determined creator.
Exhibiting both in the UK and internationally, she has been nominated for a number of awards. She has been shortlisted for Zealous X and she has been awarded the Saatchi Showdown Surrealism Second Place Winner and the Secret Art Prize Runner Up Winner 2016. More recently she has been a finalist at the London Contemporary Art Prize 2018 and she has been shortlisted for the Rise Art Prize.
HOUSE OF ST BARNABAS
Alexandra's work is also at show at House of St Baranabas, a not-for profit members' club is a grand old Grade 1 listed house in Soho.
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