Rebecca Harper 'Chameleon's' Growing Acclaim Leads to Further Events

 

Rebecca Harper’s solo exhibition ‘Chameleon’ continues to be met with wide scale acclaim, so much so that we have decided to extend the exhibition which will now close on 13th April 2019.

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Rebecca Harper’s solo exhibition ‘Chameleon’ continues to be met with wide scale acclaim, so much so that we have decided to extend the exhibition. It will now close on 13th April 2019.

On the 23rd March Tate St Ives have invited Rebecca to give a talk at 1.00pm in their Foyle studio about her life after Art School, teaching, drawing, painting and exhibiting. In addition she will be joining Emily Clark (Tate collective producer) for drawing workshops in Gallery 6 at 11.30am, 12.30pm, 1.30pm - For further information click here

 

That evening, from 7pm, Anima Mundi will also be holding an informal exhibition walk where Rebecca will be sharing insights in to a number of works from the exhibition and allowing visitors to ask questions. Please note, spaces are limited. To book your free place click here.  

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So far ‘Chameleon' has met with wide scale press acclaim, including Jackie Wullshlager’s Weekends Critics Choice in the Financial Times where it was featured amongst select exhibitions showing at Tate Modern, National Portrait Gallery, Hauser & Wirth and Pallant House Gallery. Other notable press features for this exhibition include Elephant Magazine’s ‘Essential Artists to Discover’Itsnicethat.com ‘Artist Feature’Creativeboom ‘Artist Feature’Artist Collecting Society ‘ Artist Spotlight’Boooooom ‘Artist Spotlight’ and Sheperforms ‘Studio Visit’among others.

Installation images of ‘Chameleon' are now available to view on our website, alongside an online catalogue and exhibition essay - you can view the exhibition online by clicking here



For further information on Rebecca Harper click here