Beth Carter: New Sculpture at Beaux Arts Bath

I’m please to announce my upcoming exhibition of new sculptures at the wonderful Beaux Arts Gallery, Bath, UK. Also on display will be ceramics by Akiko Hirai and paintings by Rebecca Campbell and Richard Twose.  

Exhibition runs: 14 October to 9 November 2019. 
Private View: 12 October, 6-8pm.

For more information and enquiries please contact the gallery;
Beaux Arts Bath, 12-13 York St, Bath BA1 1NG, UK 
01225 464850
info@beauxartsbath.co.uk
www.beauxartsbath.co.uk

167th RWA Annual Open Exhibition

I’m very pleased that two of my sculptures, Boy Brave and Brothers have been selected to be exhibited in the Royal West of England Academy 167th Annual Open Exhibition.

“This dynamic and varied exhibition invites painting, drawing, printmaking, photography, sculpture, installation and mixed media submissions and is a showcase of some of the most exciting artists from across the country and beyond.” 

For more information visit rwa.org.uk

Sturgis Art Gallery at Market Art & Design, The Hamptons

Sturgis Art Gallery, New York, will be exhibiting my work at the upcoming Market Art & Design Fair at The Bridgehampton Museum, Bridgehampton, NY, from July 5-7 2019.

Market Art & Design, The Bridgehampton Museum
2368 Montauk Highway, Bridgehampton, NY 11932

https://sturgisgallery.com  https://artmarkethamptons.com

Winter Collective: M Fine Arts Galerie

Winter Collective: M Fine Arts Galerie, Boston MA

I am pleased to announce that I will once again have work on show in this year’s “Winter Collective” at M Fine Arts Galerie, Boston. MA.

January-March 2019. Opening Reception, First Friday | Feb 1st, 6-8pm.

460 Harrison Ave C24 | Boston MA

mfinearts.com

Shadow Stories, solo exhibition at LKFF, Brussels

Beth Carter: Shadow Stories
Exhibition runs: 18 April – 15 June 2018
Drinks Reception: 18 April. 

“Beth Carter’s exhibition titled Shadow Stories makes us wander through one of her preferred themes: The Night. A world of shadows in which wander bizarre and hybrid creatures. It powerfully evokes the products of our subconscious, born in this small corner of our minds where dreams and nightmares come to life. Beth Carter roots her inspiration in the enchanted and sometimes disrespectful world of childhood. Another powerful source would be classic mythology, rewritten to invent new hybrid and anthropomorphic creatures. She also tackles gender theories, Darwin evolution and multiplies representations of death reaping sleeping bodies, illustrating how precarious our lives can be. To bring back sense, we reach far within our own history, our personal references, fears or desires. Our feelings shift from attraction to repulsion, mixed to this awkward desire to always see more, like a frightened child hiding his face behind his hands, yet incapable of resisting the urge of spreading his fingers to watch a dreaded scene.”

LKFF Art and Sculpture Projects
Rue Blanche, nr 15 – 1050 Brussels
Belgium
+32 2 345 92 26
info@lkff.be

Sawdust and Sequins at Royal West of England Academy

Sawdust and Sequins: The Art of the Circus
24 Mar – 3 Jun 18
Royal West of England Academy
Queen’s Road, Clifton Bristol BS8 1PX, UK

A selection of sculpture and drawings by Beth Carter will be on display at the Royal West of England Academy, Bristol, as part of upcoming Sawdust and Sequins: The Art of the Circus Exhibition between 24 March and 18 June 2018.

“To celebrate 250 years of circus, the Royal West of England Academy (RWA) presents a major exhibition that pays homage to the greatest show on earth. Sawdust and Sequins: The Art of the Circus will feature historic and contemporary art, inspired by the magic, thrills and spills of the Big Top.”

Artists include: Fides Becker, Sir Peter Blake RWA (Hon), David Bomberg, Beth Carter, David Cobley, Robert Colquhoun, Eileen Cooper RA, PJ Crook MBE RWA, Ros Cuthbert RWA, Toni Davey RWA, Zavier Ellis, Frederick William Elwell, Mo Farquharson, Duncan Grant RWA, Susie Hamilton, Tom Hammick, David Harrison, Chris Hibbard, Henry Hoyland, Stephen Jacobson VPRWA, Katharine Jones, Dame Laura Knight RA RWA, Abigail Lane, Sophie Lascelles, Thérèse Lessore, Andy Lovell, Alan Lowndes, Eric James Mellon, Stuart Mitchell, Glyn Warren Philpot, Simon Quadrat PPRWA, Albert Richards, Edward Seago, Walter Sickert, Ruskin Spear, Sadie Tierney, George Tute RWA and Stewart J Waghorn.

For more information visit rwa.org.uk

LKFF at AAF Brussels

LKFF Art & Sculpture Projects will be exhibiting a selection of Beth Carter’s work along with other gallery artists at the Affordable Art Fair Brussels from 15-18 March 2018.

For more information about the fair please visit affordableartfair.com/fairs/brussels

Solo Exhibition, Beaux Arts Bath, UK

Beaux Arts Bath will be hosting an exhibition of my sculpture and drawings from 16 October – 4 November 2017.

BETH CARTER
Exhibition runs: 16 October – 4 November 2016
Opening Reception: 16 October. Please RSVP to the gallery: info@beauxartsbath.co.uk

Beaux Arts is the longest established commercial gallery in Bath and has been located in the same beautiful building for over 35 years. Beaux Arts Bath is the sister gallery to Beaux Arts in Maddox Street, London W1S. Situated near the abbey in a listed Georgian building, the gallery specialises in the work of twentieth century and contemporary painters, sculptors and studio ceramicists.

BEAUX ARTS BATH
12-13 York Street Bath BA1 1NG
+44 1225 464850