Join us on Thursday 16th June for an in-conversation between writer and critic Hettie Judah and Candida Powell Williams, from 6.30-8pm at our Dilston Gallery.
Together we will explore Candida’s new exhibition Tilt Shift: Shadows of the Seasoned Sun, within the context of her vast research practice which explores the mystic, mythical and metaphorical associations with the female body, motherhood and histories of landscape.
The exhibition will remain open to the public on the day until 6.15pm at both Dilston & Lake Gallery so that you can spend more time with the work before we meet Hettie and Candida.
Refreshments will be served at Dilston Gallery from 6pm. If you need assistance with your visit please contact us with your query and we will do everything to make sure you have a positive experience.
Hettie Judah is the senior art critic on the British daily paper The i, and contributor to Frieze, The Guardian, Vogue, The New York Times, Art Quarterly, Art Monthly, ArtReview and other publications with ‘art’ in the title. Recent essays have appeared in a new monograph on the John Moores Prize-winning painter Jacqui Hallum (Anomie, 2021), Procreate Project’s publication celebrating the Mother Art Prize, the Freelands Foundation’s report on the Representation of Female Artists in Britain During 2019, and in A Woman’s Work, on the video work of Katrina Neiburga.
Recent books include ‘Art London’ (ACC Art Books, 2019) ‘Frida Kahlo’ (Laurence King, 2020) and ‘Caroline Walker: Janet’ (Anomie, 2020). This September sees the launch of Hettie’s new book, ‘How Not to Exclude Artist Mothers’ (and other parents), published by Lund Humphries.
Candida Powell-Williams (b. 1984, London) has an MA in Sculpture from the Royal College of Art, London (2011) and a BA in Fine Art from the Slade School of Fine Art London (2009).
Recent exhibitions include ‘Orbit within the Echoes’, a performance as part of Whitechapel Gallery’s Nocturnal Creatures (2021), ‘The Gates of Apophenia’, Bosse & Baum London (2019); ‘Command Lines’, Void Gallery Northern Ireland (2019); ‘Lessness, still quorum’, performance, Serpentine Galleries, London (2018). In 2022 she will be exhibiting in Whitechapel Gallery’s The London Open.
Powell-Williams’ has been awarded: Mother Art Prize (2018); Artist in Residence at The Warburg Institute (2018-19); Sainsbury Scholarship at the British School at Rome (2012-13); Eric and Jean Cass Sculpture Award (2010-11); and Paris Residency at Cite Internationale des Arts (2010).