I DIDN'T LICK IT group show by Bruton Correspondence School

24 Jul 2021 – 25 Sep 2021

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11:00 – 15:00
11:00 – 13:00
11:00 – 13:00
11:00 – 13:00
11:00 – 13:00
11:00 – 13:00

Free admission

Bruton Museum

England, United Kingdom


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A group exhibition of the 300 artists who have collaborated with the new Bruton Correspondence School over the last twelve months during lock down


During the lockdown, the Bruton Correspondence School initiated a mail art exchange brief with local and international artists resulting in a richly personal and political survey of contemporary collage.

In this exhibition each art work is displayed as part of an ambitious installation of paintings, collage, photography and written correspondences. The collection will be across four sites in Bruton to enable a walking tour of the work – The Bruton Museum and The Old Pharmacy Wine Bar on the High

St, The Dovecote Gallery and The Cellarhand. The exhibition continues the school’s investigations into connectivity, community and personal experience.

The collection showcases the innate ability of collage to construct a fresh and new visual exchange beyond the two dimensional into the structural world and craft of visual making. Whilst experimental, each collage is also didactic, layered with hidden messages, reoccurring motifs and shared concerns that speak as an abstract indicator of the surreal times we are living in.

This exhibition is being sponsored by Bruton Museum, The Dovecote Gallery and The Cellarhand.

The 300 artists include: Silva De Giorgi, Andrea Wright, Samin Ahmadzadeh, Eugenia Ivanissevich, John Booth, Trine Stephenson, Damien Poulain, Julie Coburn, Eugenie Shrinkle, Jonathan Lawes, Giovanna Petrocchi, Bindi Vora & Maarten Van Denbos, Abigail Hunt, Kasper Pincis, Nick Waplington, Dafna Talmor, Sayako Sugawara, Thomas Brown, John Booth, Aileen Harvey, K Young, Alys Scott Hawkins, Claudia Klein, Justine Smith.

Exhibiting artists

Graham Lister

Emli Bendixen

Jonathan Lawes

Boglarka Eliz Les-Varga

Ivy Mei

Nick Kennedy

Jenny Klein

Kate Pickering

Nick Waplington

Sayako Sugawara

Annabel Tilley

Annie Musgrove

NIcky Harwood

Beth Evans

Elizabeth Hammond

Uli Jaeger

Mark Murphy

Bridget Harvey

Wendy McMurdo

Elaine Duigenan

Jean Mcewan

Marysa Dowling

Emma Coop

Clare Schmidt Norris

Dafna Talmor

Emma and Ross Perkin

Rosalind Lawless

Silke Dettmers

Alys Scott Hawkins

David Blackmore

Chris Barnes

Sarah Hardacre

Elise Corvaglia

Liz Elton

Louisa Chambers

Abigail Fallis

Charlotte Churchill

Aileen Harvey

Maarten van den Bos

Lene Bladbjerg

Flynn Goulding

Ian Parker

Michael Leigh

Zara McQueen

Sarah Eyre

Debbie Hillyerd

Sophie Mackfall

Elaine Andrews

Ewan John

Ellen Bahr

Eleanor Matthews

Samin Ahmadzadeh

Deborah Manson

Emma Tod

Nick Scammell

Daisy Cook

Kate Street

Pam Williams

Camilla Emson

Sam Hodge

Tina Dempsey

Bindi Vora

Sharon Haward

Silvia De Giorgi

Jan Stradtmann

Lauren Collier

Rhed Fawell

Giovanna Petrocchi

Deborah Parkes

Diane Comte Frost

Fiona Goldswain

Emma Bennett

Daisy Maya Richardson

Kasper Pincis

Fiona Hingston

Claudia Klein

Charles Mulford

Gail Evans

Dora Batalim

Beth J Ross

Andrea V Wright

Chloe Briggs

Florence Libotte

Carole Evans

Frances Watts

Abigail Hunt

Trine Stephensen

Vanessa Rolf

Eugenia Ivanissevich

Sarah Feinmann

John Booth

Emily Besser

Francesca Colussi Cramer

Gary Colclough

Fabio Almeida

Maureen Nathan

Debi Angel

Celine Siana Djiakoua

Eugenie Shinkle

Damien Poulain

Kirsty McKeown

Alexandra Lethbridge

Cleo Broda

Caroline Kent

Arabee Beveridge

Arabee Beveridge

Geoff Hands

Julie Cockburn

Justine Smith

Frankie Fathers

Deane Hodgson

Louisa Crispin


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