Charles Bernand Exhibition to Unleash the Potential of Glass at LDF 2022 | Stirbad News

Coinciding with the United Nations International Year of Glass, Charles Bernand Gallery Emphasizes its long-standing global reputation for supporting glass in collectible design. In September this year, the famous exhibition and studio in London First impression, a group show that celebrates glass as a material in a contemporary collectible design. Joining the show are contemporary artists such as CaCO3, Fredrik Nielsen, Joanna Manousis, Zac Weinberg and Dawn Bendick, as well as emerging talents Binghui Song and Inger Sif Heeschen.

shown from From September 5 to September 30, 2022the display will also work in tandem with London Design Festival 2022. Located in the heart of the Art Center in Fitzrovia, the show will also feature a series of curated events and talks within the gallery. “To be able to curate a display of glass artwork of this caliber and quality is a clear demonstration of how we can take glass from everyday life and take it to extraordinary heights,” says Simon Stewart, owner of Charles Bernand Gallery. “The first impression challenges viewers’ perception of glass and is a true celebration of the fragility and strength of this ancient medium.”

The ‘first impression’ highlights the potential of glass Photo: Courtesy of Sophia Spring

The sculptural ceramic designs show a variety of materiality

The sculptural ceramic designs show a variety of materiality Photo: Courtesy of Sophia Spring

Don Bendik, a sculptural artist from Kent, working with time, light and polychromatic glass. Her project is titled ‘Time over time’ It takes the viewer on a visual journey through the changing properties of matter over time. The artist works with natural and artificial lights to stimulate changes in the color of this magical substance – multicolored glass. Fredrik Nielsen, a glassblower, has his works that are a testament to how inspired he has been from graffiti to pop music, and its energy is deeply ingrained in each of his designs. Currency “I was a star” Mimics raw expression and similar experimental forms in blown glass. “I want the physical effort to be so great that I create work that rivals my body. Everything that hits that competition playing field becomes important, and then I create volume that looks for the limits of body and mass,” Nielsen shares.

'Time Rock Stack XV by Dawn Bendick

Time Rock Stack XV by Dawn Bendick Photo: Courtesy of Charles Bernand

“I Was A Star” by Fredrik Nielsen Photo: Courtesy of Charles Bernand

Italian design studio work CaCO3 They appear as wavy surfaces with pieces of glass, sometimes colored, covered with gold or marble leaf. Small pieces can be arranged in many different ways and can be different from each other. The difference in their appearance due to changes in inclination generates the effects of movement, rotation, modularity, and pulsation – qualities we see in The cathedral 67. Founded by British-American artists Joanna Manusis and Zach Weinberg, Manberg projects Creates custom glass wall installations using digital and manual processes. He created them from AurumMuch like the rest of their work, it is a celebration of symmetry, pattern and form.

Aurum from Manenberg Projects

Aurum from Manenberg Projects Photo: Courtesy of Charles Bernand Gallery

Caterdell 67 of CaCO3

Catedral 67 of CaCO3 Photo: Courtesy of Charles Bernand

This design event also features a piece by an award-winning designer Max Jacquard. With his expertise in a variety of glassworking techniques, Jacquard pushes the limits of materials possibilities in I love the wreath. Noah Chernychovskya Tel Aviv-based ceramic sculptor, exhibiting Banana Tree 1 as part of the offer. Her work highlights mundane material things that we often neglect. She reconstructs these into hybrid volumes made up of many elements, each with a context and cultural value. Although mundane, beings embody a transcendent language with elaborate textures and patterns, resulting in a visual brimming with energy.

Banana Tree 1 by Noa Chernichovsky

Banana Tree 1 by Noa Chernichovsky Photo: Courtesy of Noa Chernichovsky

Binghui . song A Chinese artist with strong ties to traditional crafts and expertise in a variety of media. Her reef-like works including jewelry design, illustration and sculpture, express emotions in the waves through their irregular silhouettes. Shows the emerging artist anesthetic liquid in the exhibition. Inger Sword Heishana multidisciplinary artist, adds the band with a glossy ceramic design titled ‘stones’. The lighting design that joins the sculptural art repository mostly is search party by Zach Weinberg. His projects address the systems through which we translate and assign condition to objects, and his glass and mixed media work has been exhibited internationally.

Research/Party by Zach Weinberg

Research/Party by Zach Weinberg Photo: Courtesy of Zac Weinberg

Bringing both emerging and established artists together under one roof, ceramic sculpture works alongside glass pieces. The coexistence of varying materials and tissues highlights differences across media and appreciates emotional similarities. At the London Design Festival Charles Burnand Gallery will present this diverse and harmonious material and the endless possibilities of material that is a veteran of contemporary design.

First Impression will be shown from September 5 to September 30, 2022 at the Charles Bernand Gallery, London.

Everything you need to know about the London Design Festival 2022. Celebrating its 20th anniversary, the festival has taken over the City of London with installations, exhibitions and talks from key design districts such as Brompton, Shoreditch Design Triangle, Greenwich Peninsula, Design London, Clerkenwell Design Trail, Park Royal, Mayfair, Bankside and King’s Cross, William Morris Line, Islington.

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