A new exhibition will open on Thursday 24th January at the Gibberd Gallery: Colour Has No Words by Cedric Christie.
Exhibition dates: 24th January to Saturday 6th April
After completing an apprenticeship at Harlow Technical College, Christie used his knowledge of welding to make sculptures, first exhibiting in 1994. He has since lectured and exhibited widely in the United Kingdom and internationally. His practice explores a broad range of cultural and art historical references, often using humour and irony as subtle vehicles of communication. He incorporates and manipulates everyday objects such as snooker balls, scaffolding, and even cars to create sculptures that are meticulously and skilfully made. Colour Has No Words is a solo exhibition of new work exploring the question that underpins Christie’s practice: what is colour?
Christie now lives and works in East London and was a visiting professor at Bath Spa University.
About the Gibberd Gallery
The Gibberd Gallery is located in Harlow Civic Centre and hosts an annual programme of exhibitions, talks and events with a focus on sculpture. The space is managed by Harlow Art Trust, the charity Trust established in 1953 to commission and care for public sculptures in Harlow, Essex. Over 80 sculptures are situated in squares, public buildings and open spaces across the town including work by some of the most significant British artists of the 20th century such as Henry Moore, Barbara Hepworth and Elisabeth Frink.
For quotes, interviews, and more information please contact Kate Harding, Artistic Director.
Telephone: 0776 997 8900.