Through informal discussion, readings and sharing, they will explore the research and ideas that inform Zoë’s practice and how this has developed during Tetley’s Associate Artists’ Programme.
This event coincides with Zoë’s open studio at The Tetley. Discover the artist’s recent works, preparatory drawings and research. Open 10am–5pm daily between Wednesday 2 – Sunday 6 February.
About the artist
Zoë Carlon’s paintings draw inspiration from spaces that are both public and private. She is interested in spaces that create a sense of solitude and works from both observation and memory, exploring surface, depth, figuration and abstraction. Zoë lives and works in Wakefield. Her solo exhibition Strange Comfort opens at South Parade, London on 4 December 2021.
Selected recent exhibitions include Dialogues No.01, Centre for Recent Drawing, London (2021); Parts, in collaboration with Hannah Whitfield, Artwalk Wakefield, (2021); Painters Showing Paintings, in collaboration with Sofia Hallström, online (2021); From Cellar to Garret, South Parade, London, (2020); Prosaic: Generous, Globe Arts, Slaithwaite, (2020); Club Editions, Index Festival, Leeds, (2019); Cole’s Gallery, Leeds, (2019); and The Near and Elsewhere, South Square Centre, Bradford, (2018).
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