The exhibition features new works by Italian artist Klarita Pandolfi and
Swedish artist Anita Wernstrom.
The common subject of the art works intends to explore the feminine universe,
religious beliefs and popular tradition.
This is done through a series of photographs by Klarita Pandolfi (Self-Portraits
as a Victim of Suicide and La Pieta) and drawings and sculptures by Anita
Wernstrom (The Manners of the Upland). Note about the artists: Klarita
Pandolfi was born in Rome in 1963 and now lives and works in London. She
studied sculpture at the Accademia of Belle Arti, before engaging in a
career in Theatre.
For more than 10 years she alternated between the profession of actress
and director's assistant, also working as a model and assistant to Italian
artists and photographers. She moved to England in 1996 and started to
explore and work with different media: collage, installations, computer
drawings and graphic and digital photography. She has exhibited in various
group exhibitions in Italy as well as London and the South East. Anita
Wernstrom was born in Stockholm in 1980 and lives and works in London.
She studied Fine Art at the Sixform College of Stockholm. She participated
to group exhibitions and she is also a performance artist with the duo
Anita och Jennie.
SPELLS EXHIBITION OPENS OCTOBER THE 1ST
Private View from 7pm onwards
THE FOUNDRY (IN THE VAULT)
84/86 GREAT EASTERN STREET LONDON EC1
Closest Tube: OLD STREET
The exhibition will be on until October the 12th 2003 Tuesday to Sunday
from 6pm to 11pm