Thames docks, piers and river walls that were shaped by centuries of shipping and trade inspired the installation. The artist lives and works in southeast London – her studio is located on the river, just east of the Thames Barrier. She has been researching and creating work about the tidal Thames and its architectural structures for the last two years.
With artist Tom Pearman, Krinsky also has created Tide Line Thames, a collaborative installation of light projected imagery for the Thames Tunnel Shaft of the Brunel Museum. Anne Krinsky’s works are in the collections of the British Museum, Boston Public Library, Paintings in Hospitals, England and collector Graham Gund and numerous corporate collections on both sides of the Atlantic.
Anne Krinsky: Tropical Thames is commissioned by Canary Wharf Arts.
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