The second edition of Island2IslandArt will take place in an ever-changing cultural and artistic environment highly affected by the 2020 pandemic.
In a spirit of optimism and anticipation for a return to normality and personal encounters, artists from Sardinia, United Kingdom, Austria and Jamaica participate with their original works in a collective hybrid exhibition: a virtual from August 1st, and a physical in London from the 2nd to the 10th October 2021.
The original objective of the Island2IslandArt event, to deepen the cultural knowledge of Sardinian art and culture, continues to be a fundamental theme, especially in this post-Brexit period.
The 2021 exhibitions wishes to continue the discourse on remoteness and limitations related to the islands' environment, with the aim of opening a space for international artistic connections, in celebration of mutual heritage, cultural diversity and human connections.
Sardinia is one of the largest islands in the Mediterranean Sea and one of the geologically oldest bodies of land in Europe. Its strategic position favoured historically a constant influx of populations generating organic exchanges of cultural traditions that are still present in contemporary life.
Artists from different disciplines explore these connections by presenting their personally inspired works.
Ana Maria Serna (Sardinia)
Andrea Mameli (Sardinia)
Bernadette Paddeu (Sardinia)
Cat Coultier (UK)
Clay Ferrarese (Sardinia)
Enrico Deiana (Sardinia)
Gianluca Pisano (Sardinia/UK)
KV Duong (UK)
Laura Parker (UK)
Manfredo Weihs (Austria)
Maria Senes (Sardinia)
Maria Pasqua Scanu (Sardinia)
Michele Bertoni (Sardinia)
Rian Hotton (UK)
Susan Clare (UK/Jamaica)
Guest Artists & Judges
Catherine Sweet - BobCat Gallery
Constance Regardsoe - (Young Artist Prize Winner 2020)
Virtual Gallery - 01 August - 10 October 2021
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J/M Gallery - Portobello Road, W11 1LJ
02 - 10 October 2021
The winner of the 'Liminal Ties Unveiled' exhibition:
View here the digital catalogue.
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