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House of Fairy Tales, Horn of Plenty

House of Fairy Tales, Horn of Plenty
House of Fairy Tales, Horn of Plenty
The House of Fairy Tales presents a fundraising exhibition of objects and artworks by international artists, designers and film directors, many of whom have contributed to the Exquisite Trove exhibition currently at The New Art Gallery Walsall or have been part of HoFT’s hugely successful 2009 tour of festivals across the country. List of Artists :
Frida Alvinzi, Fiona Banner, Simon Bill, Sir Peter Blake, Jim Bond, Christopher Brown, Ellen Cantor, Spartacus Chetwynd, Natasha Chambers, Cedric Christie, Oliver Clegg, Mat Collishaw, Dexter Dalwood, Adam Dant, Enrico David, Ian Dawson, Jeremy Deller, Tatiana de Stempel, Carol Ann Eason, Phoebe Eason, Rohan Daniel Eason, Jill Tegan Doherty, Rina Donnersmarck, Annabel Elgar, Simon English, Gordon Faulds, Nancy Fouts, Jen Franklin, Maria Teresa Gavazzi, Bert Gilbert, Jeff McMillan, Rob Goodwin, Carolyn Gowdy, Lynn Hatzius, Alice Herrick, Dan Hillier, Georgie Hopton, Jimp, Nicola Jones, Alan Kane, LEO, Damien Meade, Harland Miller, Annie Morris, Richard Niman, Orly Orbach, Cornelia Parker, Simon Periton, Raul Pina, Max Reeves, Paula Rego, David Roberts, Paul Sakoilsky, Elinor Seath, Lindsay Sekulowicz, Jane Simpson, Bob & Roberta Smith, Kiki Smith, Samantha Sweeting, Katherine Tulloh, Gavin Turk, Francis Upritchard, Raisa Veikkola, Julie Vermeille, Jessica Voorsanger, Jon Welsh, Simon Willems, Rachel Whiteread, E C Woodard.
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Smith, Kiki
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Turk, Gavin
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(2009) House of Fairy Tales, Horn of Plenty.

Record type: Art Design Item

Abstract

The House of Fairy Tales presents a fundraising exhibition of objects and artworks by international artists, designers and film directors, many of whom have contributed to the Exquisite Trove exhibition currently at The New Art Gallery Walsall or have been part of HoFT’s hugely successful 2009 tour of festivals across the country. List of Artists :
Frida Alvinzi, Fiona Banner, Simon Bill, Sir Peter Blake, Jim Bond, Christopher Brown, Ellen Cantor, Spartacus Chetwynd, Natasha Chambers, Cedric Christie, Oliver Clegg, Mat Collishaw, Dexter Dalwood, Adam Dant, Enrico David, Ian Dawson, Jeremy Deller, Tatiana de Stempel, Carol Ann Eason, Phoebe Eason, Rohan Daniel Eason, Jill Tegan Doherty, Rina Donnersmarck, Annabel Elgar, Simon English, Gordon Faulds, Nancy Fouts, Jen Franklin, Maria Teresa Gavazzi, Bert Gilbert, Jeff McMillan, Rob Goodwin, Carolyn Gowdy, Lynn Hatzius, Alice Herrick, Dan Hillier, Georgie Hopton, Jimp, Nicola Jones, Alan Kane, LEO, Damien Meade, Harland Miller, Annie Morris, Richard Niman, Orly Orbach, Cornelia Parker, Simon Periton, Raul Pina, Max Reeves, Paula Rego, David Roberts, Paul Sakoilsky, Elinor Seath, Lindsay Sekulowicz, Jane Simpson, Bob & Roberta Smith, Kiki Smith, Samantha Sweeting, Katherine Tulloh, Gavin Turk, Francis Upritchard, Raisa Veikkola, Julie Vermeille, Jessica Voorsanger, Jon Welsh, Simon Willems, Rachel Whiteread, E C Woodard.

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Accepted/In Press date: 2009

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Local EPrints ID: 154231
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/154231
PURE UUID: 5b3f6a2f-bad7-42f5-97f7-4c6e39276115

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Date deposited: 25 May 2010 13:15
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 12:47

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