I will be part of a group show in London, England this coming fall.
The SHOWstudio.com Shop is pleased to present "In Wolves Clothing: Re-imagining the Doll". Running from 9th September to 30th October the exhibition includes work by Michael Baumgarten, Barbie, Marina Bychkova, Nancy Fouts, Emma Gibson, Nick Knight, Laurie Simmons & Peter Jensen, Lone Siggurdson, Viktor & Rolf and Andrew Yang.
9th September 30th October 2010
1-9 Bruton Place, Mayfair, London, W1J 6LT 0207 399 4299
You can read more about the show in their press release, found here http://shop.showstudio.com/exhibition.php?exhibition_id=5
I won't be at the opening,
From Strychnin's site regarding my upcoming show (June 11th):
Wondrous dolls and creatures by Marina Bychkova. Also: Wendy Froud (UK) and Virginie Ropars (F) in The Vault + special guest Sasha Petrova.
Fragility unites three international luminaries of doll-creating art in one show. About 20 fragile figures pull the viewer out of the common two-dimensional frame and into three-dimensional space. First and foremost, however, these works impress by their sensitivity, their extraordinarity and their meticulous attention to detail. Opens June 11th at 7 pm.
The porcelain dolls by Canadian artist Marina Bychkova are a provocation. They cross the
Taken from my blog (which has pics! http://www.enchanteddoll.com/blog/?p=1072)
That's right. It's official. Enchanted Dolls will soon be also available in fine resin.
Oh what a journey it has been! The minute I came back from a show in Germany in the fall, I began following on leads for resin manufactures until I found the manufacturer of my dreams who GETS ME. Really, really gets me; My minute perfectionism, my high demands for my dolls, the vision of what I want to create. Together we have big plans for this resin ED line. Sorry I've been keeping a tight lid on this secret. I've been wanting to announce this amazing news for weeks, but ha