Since seeing their first collaboration I know that any show curated by Joanna Bryant and Julian Page will be worth visiting and I wasn’t disappointed by this one: the first week of two: Repetition/Variation at the intimate and atmospheric Frameless Gallery in Clerkenwell.
Presenting a mix of famous, established and new artists, the exhibition encompasses both 2 and 3 dimensions.
Recent RCA graduate Amy Gear is influenced by the strata of sea stacks in Orkney
as you can see in this detail belowClaire Barber combines throw-away ferry tickets with needleweaving for this composition
and Jill Sylvia uses financial ledgers as her base, cutting out spaces, making a remarkable filigree from the pages
and arranging removed sections to create a new code of calculations: profit & loss.