Species of Trees and Other Landscapes

4 Jul 2014 – 18 Jul 2014

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Private View Starts at 7.30pm preceded by a poetry reading at 7.00pm Exhibition times are Monday-Wednesday 10am-11pm, Thursday 10am-10pm, Friday 10am-7pm, Saturday 10-5.30pm and Sunday 11-5.30pm

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Islington Arts Factory

London, United Kingdom


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Species of Trees and Other Landscapes


David Harker Species of Trees and Other Landscapes Exhibition 4 July — 18 July 2014 at Islington Arts Factory, 2 Parkhurst Road, London N7 OSF Private View 4 July 7.30-9.30pm, preceded by a Reading of new poems by Tamar Yoseloff, inspired by David Harker's work, 7-7.30pm This exhibition includes examples of David Harker's project Species of Trees and drawings, paintings and prints from his portfolio of landscape imagery. Species of Trees is the artist's ongoing endeavour to document the shape and skeleton of trees from various locations. This collection of drawings and prints are influenced by the vocabulary of marks in the woodblock prints and screenprints of contemporary Chinese printmaking and the graphic art of 19th Century Japan. The series also acknowledges the 1771 publication by Alexander Cozens entitled The Shape, Skeleton and Foliage of 32 Species of Trees for the use of Painting and Drawing Other Landscapes takes the form of paintings, drawings and prints and make reference to locations once visited and experienced by the artist. These images represent Harker's enduring interest in the representation of landscape and the possibilities for self expression through various forms and mark making, as well as a document of recollection of places once visited represented through more fragmented imagery. The exhibition presents images of moorlands and other open spaces, ancient monuments and edgelands, overlooked and fringe locations, where the uncertain relationship between man-made structures and nature can be seen. For information and images contact Eleanor Pearce 020 7607 0561 Islington Arts Factory, 2 Parkhurst Road, London N7 OSF info@islingtonartsfactory.org and www.islingtonartsfactory.org Opening Times Mon-Wed 10am-11pm, Thursday 10am — 10pm, Friday 10-7pm Saturday 10-5.30pm and Sunday 11-5.30pm This project is lottery funded and supported by Arts Council England

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