Through the Looking Glass opened at London's Cob Gallery this week, showcasing work from over 40 modern international and contemporary artists who have worked in miniature, including Lynn Chadwick, Kitty Finer, Nancy Fouts, Alexander Calder and James Capper.
Kitty Finer, Mini Bar, 2018
The exhibition title references Lewis Carroll’s sequel to ‘Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland’ in which Alice returns to a fantastical world through a mirror. Taking this as its germ, the multidisciplinary works included in Through the Looking Glass activate the viewer’s sensory perceptions of scale across two and three dimensions, compounding a complex human psychological fascination with both the possibility, and seeming impossibility of the miniature pitted against the scale of our bodies.
Kitty Finer, Pezants, 2018
Lynn Chadwick, Three Small Watchers Miniatures, 1973
The exhibition runs until 19th January 2019,
Wednesday-Friday 12-6pm, Saturday 12-5pm
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"The best things in life are simple. No excessive details clutter this silhouette. Signature to our design heritage, the entire Kieran Fire shoe is constructed in one piece of leather from top to bottom of the heel. Staring at this unique flicker of flame-red patent with suede is sensational." - Tracey Neuls
Our film Tracey Neuls Designer's Cut | Now Showing at Marylebone!
Launched originally at London Design Festival 2019, our original film "Tracey Neuls Designers Cut" gives a unique and insightful look into our favourite designer's creative process and inspirations.
We are pleased to announce that it is now showing throughout the day at our Marylebone Lane boutique.
Notice our conceptual popcorn window display!
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"Since launching in 2000, I've designed a lot of shoes. Funnily, it's taken me 38 collections to embrace the idea of a Mule? Now I'm hooked. All Summer, I lived in the more casual, flat version, these became like outdoor slippers. Now it's time for a winter Mule, with soft thick shearling lining for comfort and warmth." - Tracey Neuls