Ash bottle, 2019
18cm x 8cm x 8cm
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About the artist
Aaron Angell (b. 1987, Kent) lives and works in London. Angell works primarily with ceramics, producing sculptural tableaux referencing hobbyist cultures, naturalistic forms, and the underground hand-built ceramics of Britain from the 1970s and 80s. Recent solo shows include Shoes, Rob Tufnell, Cologne (2018); Heat-Haze Theatre/Hitzeflimmern-Theater, Kunstverein Freiburg (2018); More sculpture about dogs and shadows, Koppe Astner, Glasgow (2018); Early Monodies, Rodeo, (with Ian Law) (2018); Plumb Poltergeist, Art Exchange, University of Essex, (With Ian Law) (2018); GOMA, Glasgow (2017); Why I built the Cloaca Maxima, Rob Tufnell (2017); Variations on the Chaldon Doom, Markus Lüttgen, Cologne (2016); The Death of Robin Hood, Kelvingrove Art gallery and Museum & Glasgow Botanic Gardens, For Glasgow International (2016); Grotwork, Studio Voltaire, London (2015); Bumpkin, Rob Tufnell (2012); Put John Barleycorn in the old brown jug, Croy Nielsen, Berlin (2012); and The Devil’s Arse, [space], London (2011). Recent group exhibitions include: British Art Show 8, Leeds Art Gallery (October 2015); and forthcoming exhibitions include: Tate St Ives (Summer 2016). Angell is represented by Rob Tufnell, London.
Studio Voltaire has been supporting artists for over twenty years, through our renowned programme of exhibitions, performances, events and education projects as well as providing affordable studios.
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