Louisa Warfield curates online viewing room at the London Art Fair
Free to view – open 24 hours a day. Showing the work of Sherry Kerlin and Marice Cumber from 20th – 31st January 2021.
In its 33rd year, the London Art Fair goes online, offering a digital fair for collectors and enthusiasts. This year over 60 galleries and curators host online Viewing Rooms with audio narration and written commentaries for a highly personalised service.
Louisa Warfield is delighted to exhibit work by two female artists Sherry Kerlin (USA) and ceramicist Marice Cumber (UK) whose work she describes as ‘honest’. Kerlin explores the grittier human truths that are in all of us; ageing, vanity, pride, loss, alcoholism, depression, loneliness and rape. Ghost-like faces are obscured and full of poignancy.
The colourful and irregular handmade ceramics of Cumber also carry the weight of human truth and emotion. Each vessel shares a mantra charting a journey of emotional suffering and vulnerability. In line with their messaging and in support of mental health, 10% of all sales from the exhibit will be donated to www.weareagenda.org
This is the first time these artists have exhibited in the UK.
Take the opportunity to visit Louisa’s viewing room between 20th – 31st January.
Louisa Warfield is an art consultant who finds art or advises on hanging existing works for private clients, interior designers, architects and friends. She has 15 years of experience, is an expert in contemporary and emerging art. Consultations cost £150 for a two-hour hanging session or 10 ideas for a space.