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Tea Stories - musings on tea and table artifacts, jaggedart, London, 9 March - 8 April 2022

This exhibition builds on Charlotte Hodes’ installation After the Taking of Tea on show at jaggedart alongside her large-scale papercut entitled, Even a tea party means apprehension, breakage. Charlotte co-curated this exhibition with Andrea Harai of jagggedart showing her new work alongside artists Paul Scott, Livia Marin, Katie Mawson and Peter Abrahams. All of the artists explored aspects of domestic settings through works in photography, print, and painting as well as imagery printed directly on chinaware.

Peter Abrahams | photography
Charlotte Hodes | papercuts and ceramic
Livia Marin | photography and ceramic
Katie Mawson | painting
Paul Scott | ceramic

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Even a tea party means apprehension, breakage, 2019, from Virginia Woolf quote- ‘and even a tea party means apprehension, breakage’, papercut, 184 x 89cm.

Photo: Peter Abrahams