St Paul’s School, Lonsdale Road, London SW13 9JT.
9.00 – 16.00
Curator : Anne Rook
Artists books, and other media by 16 different artists using language and translation as their inspiration.
Burnett-Hall is invited to exhibit her artist book ‘Reflets Urbains (Urban Flux)’ l’Inéditeur. Poem by Albert DuPont. Three hand coloured prints by Louisa Burnett-Hall. Limited edition of 55 numbered 1 – 35, I – X and E.A 1 – E.A. 10. All images and text have been produced using a traditional typographer’s printing press on Arches paper, presented in a red box cover. Books and images are individually signed and numbered.
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N° 16, Yu Lang Qiao Bang, Gusu District, Suzhou, China.
Monday – Friday
Louisa Burnett-Hall’s exhibition ‘WATER, aria and variations’ marks the inauguration of the newly built Qu Art Museum in Suzhou. Over thirty works on paper and canvas explore the visible and invisible through the theme of water. Burnett-Hall creates visual distillations of her experience and observations of a variety of ecosystems ranging from English trout streams to Icelandic glaciers, creating images and metaphors for life, light and time.
Open to the Public. Entry free of charge
Saturday 14 April
1 pm – 6 pm.
Sunday 15 April – Sunday 22 April
10.30 am – 6 pm.
Burnett-Hall will be showing small works on Khadi paper from the series ‘Stanza’ – inspired by a river high up in the French Alps. Using inks and watercolour, the artist explores the musical rhythms of running water.
New works inspired by the sparkling waters of the River Nive in the Basque country will be exhibited by the Kevis House Gallery.
Qu Art China and Shaanxi Province Art Museum currently exhibiting “WATER, aria and variations” in Xian, city of the famous terracotta army, China.
Qu Art China and Suzhou Art Museum exhibit Louisa Burnett-Hall’s paintings on the theme of water in a new exhibition open to the general public in China. Suzhou Art Museum N°2075 Renmin Road, Gusu district, Suzhou.
c/Reina Maria Cristina, 9, 07460 Pollença Majorca T:971532405 -610 253 265 Small formats exhibited by Dolors Perez in this charming gallery in the heart of Pollensa. This is a simultaneous event with the artists also showing at Can Gelabert, Binissalem, in a culturel exchange between Paris, Majorca, and Minorca. www.espaidart32.com http://www.lesixaa.org/
Ink and pencil drawings are on display in the windows of Picard et Epona, 82 rue Bonaparte 75006 PARIS during the Open Studio days in the 6th arrondissement. http://www.lesixaa.org/ www.lesixaa.org/artistes_burnetthall.html
Jiayuan Garden, Jingwenli, Gusu District,Suzhou,Jiangsu, China. Curator: Siwei Zhang. With special thanks to Dr Pick Keobandith, director Qu Art Brussels. For the inauguration of Espace Qu Art’s brand new exhibition space, Flow brings together twenty-two works by the artist on the theme of water. Louisa Burnett-Hall explores the energy and calligraphic qualities of moving water, the optical superposition of reflection and refraction, and the dynamics of transition in waterfalls and glaciers.
12 Rue Notre Dame des Champs 75006 Paris Olivier and Isabelle Scala present new work by Louisa Burnett-Hall and Jill Roland-Gosselin. This exhibition is part of the itinerary of Le 6, ATELIERS D’ARTISTES http://www.lesixaa.org
1 rue J-B Clément 93400 Saint Ouen The Galérie JBC1 hosts an exhibition of contemporary urban inspired art including Louisa’a new series inspired by the Paris gutters. http://www.jbc1galerie.com
49 Avenue de Versailles 75016 Paris France Arnaud de Taddeo shows paintings by Louisa Burnett-Hall and sculptures by Ricardo Santerini. http://espacesolmondo.wix.com/solmondo
A solo exhibition of paintings on canvas and paper at the Prieuré Saint Vincent, Chartres.
A solo exhibition of large scale oil paintings curated by Karine Giannamore @ the avenue, Piccadilly, London. http://www.lagalerielondon.co.uk/
After Plongée Contre Plongée in 2006 Emmanuelle Gialone displays a second solo exhibition of work by Louisa Burnett-Hall.
Waterscapes and landscapes inspired by giant ribbon-filled ice blocks created by the artist, exhibited at the Théâtre de Montparnasse, during the performance of Le Diable Rouge by the author and playwright Antoine Rault, Paris 2008