Every year since 2017, in collaboration with specialist craft gallery Thrown and sustainably led floral art & design studio Metafleur, we organise an exhibition and programme of events to take part in Chelsea Fringe.
1 Townsend Yard, , Highgate, N6 5JF
19th May - 4th June 2023
Aiming to explore the marks we make, physical imprints and expressive gestures will add to thoughts about heritage, influence and our ecological footprint in an exhibition featuring 12 distinctive collections.
*Featured artists: Unit89 (left) & poster with artwork by Vivienne Schadinsky (right)
Participate in the events programme
Following the spirit of the Chelsea Fringe: encouraging links between gardens and art, literature, music, cookery, history, crafts, and ecology, the exhibition will be complemented by an accompanying series of events.
Explore the programme and book your tickets.
*Featured artist: Heather Gibson
About Fringe Festival
The Fringe celebrates community and guerrilla gardening, and encourages links between gardens and art, literature, music, cookery, history, crafts, and ecology. The festival is based not just in Chelsea, but all over London, and in other cities nationwide and internationally. Check the full programme of the Fringe here.
About Thrown Contemporary
Thrown was established in March 2018 in response to the current uprising of ceramics within contemporary art. Fascinated by this age of alternative mediums, the gallery seeks out distinctive contemporary art in its many forms with a particular focus on the creativity currently turning to clay. The gallery represents internationally acclaimed names alongside emerging talent, providing a much-needed platform for makers finding their identity as artists.
Metafleur is a floral design studio based in London, creating large-scale floral installations and living landscapes for events and films, alongside dried floral art for exhibitions.