Linda Karshan: Signs of Men and Footfalls
09 January 2015 - 29 January 2015
A exhibition of drawings from the last two decades, and  a new edition of prints by Karshan, Footfalls: a series of twenty-seven etchings in an edition of ten copies.

According to Vitruvius, and to Cicero, too, the fourth-century  Greek philosopher, Aristippus, found himself ‘shipwrecked and cast
on the Rhodian shore.' He despaired.

He then happened to notice some geometrical figures scratched  into the sand–triangles, perhaps, or circles, or lines suspended from
points. He said to his companions, ‘We can hope for the best,  for I see signs of men.'

(Marcus Vitruvius Pollio. De Architectura. Book VI circa 15 BC)


Linda Karshan: Works from the Collection of Victor Skipp
09 January 2015 - 29 January 2015
This exhibition is presented in honour of the late Victor Skipp (1925-2010) - a devoted collector of Linda  Karshan 's work - and in association with Kettle's Yard, to whom he generously bequeathed his estate. Sales from this exhibition will go towards helping to conserve the Kettle's Yard house and collection, and sustain its diverse programme of exhibitions, music and learning.

Linda  Karshan  and Candida Richardson (author of The Taj Mahal of Hopton, a film about Victor Skipp's house and collection) will be in conversation with Marie-France Kittler (Assistant Curator, Kettle's Yard), on Tuesday 27 January at 7 pm.


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