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Back London: a day around the Thames through the eyes of a craft expert

Specialised in the field of crafts and applied arts, Brian Kennedy is an independent curator based in London. In his Homo Faber Guide itinerary selection, you will discover talented craftswomen working ceramics, wood or bones, as well as a selection of galleries to visit, either contemporary, design or purely craft-related.

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1 Gallery Joanna Bird Contemporary Collections Joanna Bird established her gallery over 20 years ago, and presents two exhibitions yearly, showcasing various artists. 19 Grove Park Terrace,
W4 3QE London, United Kingdom
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2 Gallery Sarah Myerscough Gallery The Sarah Myerscouch gallery opened in 1998, and has since presented exhibitions with their main focus being on wood. The Old Boathouse, 1 White Hart Lane,
SW13 0PX London, United Kingdom
Tuesday to Friday 10:00 - 18:00 and Saturday 10:00 - 16:00 More
3 Rising Star Emma Witter Bone worker Emma Witter is a rising star of the craft world, having specialised in the unique and fascinating art of bone working. 153c Fulham Road,
SW3 6SN London, United Kingdom
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4 Gallery Vessel Gallery Based in Notting Hill, the Vessel Gallery is specialised in exhibiting local and international contemporary studio artists. 114 Kensington Park Road, Notting Hill,
W11 2PW London, United Kingdom
Open Monday to Friday 10:00 -18:00 and Saturday 11:00 to 17:00 More
5 Gallery MADEINBRITALY Mixing the beauty of decoration and contemporary designers, the gallery aims to create bridges between Britain and Italy. 12A Chippenham Mews,
W9 2AW London, United Kingdom
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6 Gallery Contemporary Applied Arts Founded in 1948 to promote the world of applied arts, the gallery represents today over 350 craftspeople in Britain. 6 Paddington Street,
W1U 5QG London, United Kingdom
Monday to Saturday 10:00 - 18:00 More
7 Gallery Jaggedart Jaggedart was founded in 2002 with the intention of showcasing three-dimensional pieces and hosting solo artists and shows. 28A Devonshire Street,
W1G 6PS London, United Kingdom
Wednesday to Friday 11:00 - 17:00, Saturday 11:00 - 14:00 More
8 Gallery The New Craftsmen The New Craftsmen is a platform for British craftspeople to present their work and create collections in a variety of fields. 34 North Row, Mayfair
W1K 6DG London, United Kingdom
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9 Master Artisan Akiko Hirai Ceramicist Akiko Hirai is a ceramicist mixing Japanese traditional techniques and contemporary design, and is a leading potter in the UK. Unit G3-F3 the Chocolate Factory, Farleigh Place,
N16 7SX London, United Kingdom
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10 Master Artisan Eleanor Lakelin Woodturner Eleanor Lakelin went from cabinetmaking and furniture to now specialising in creating woodturning sculptural forms. Studio 11, Cockpit Arts, 18-22 Creekside, Deptford,
SE8 3DZ London, United Kingdom
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