Oxo Tower Wharf joins hundreds of spots around London to celebrate British and international craftsmanship in the capital for London Craft Week.
Join us for exhibitions, workshops and maker talks in May with jewellers and artists specialising in ‘wearable glass’ brought together by Studio Fusion Gallery, kintsugi practitioner Iku Nishikawa at Japanese design shop wagumi and acclaimed printmaker and illustrator Paul Catherall at gallery@oxo.
JEWELLERY: WEARABLE GLASS
Until 26 May, Unit 1.06 at Oxo Tower Wharf, Free
Talk on 12 May 2pm, £7.50 (booking required)
Studio Fusion Gallery presents an exhibition in conjunction with National Glass Centre featuring ‘wearable glass’ pieces by eight jewellers alongside work by established artists specialising in glass.
Book your place for the talk via Studio Fusion Gallery, 22 places, £7.50
THE ART OF REPAIR: ‘KINTSUGI’ WORKSHOP
10 & 13 May, Unit 1.08, £30 (booking required)
wagumi hosts ‘Kintsugi’ (gold joinery) workshops, a process that marks and seals the cracks in ceramics with lacquer and gold powder to give the broken objects a beautiful afterlife.
PAUL CATHERALL: FUTURES PAST – 20 YEARS OF LINOCUTS
3 – 13 May, gallery@oxo, Free
A showcase of Catherall’s work across two decades of printmaking; an ode to an ever-changing London skyline.