Emma Fineman

PHOTOGRAPHY BY SAM HYLTON


“An encounter can be by chance. It can be romantic or hostile, abrupt, a confrontation, spiritual, religious or rife with mysticism. I am interested in how butting up against something can often be how we discover form. It is through the experience of both confrontation and juxtaposition that things take shape.”

Encounters was an exhibition of new work at the Huxley Parlour Gallery by London- based artist, Emma Fineman. A show that included three media: painting, sculpture and monoprint. It was Fineman’s first solo show. The title, Encounters, refers to a modern hierarchy of images in which the ideas of space, communication and touch—both physical and metaphorical— are contested. Speaking about her work, Fineman says “I am most interested in the gaps and the slippages, places where things don’t always align and that often encourage longer looking.” Huxley Parlour Gallery.

With this exhibition of Emma, we review some of her new works and remember one of our first interviews in the “Artist Diaries” section of our website. We are delighted to meet with her again and turn the original idea of the interview in this magazine into a reality.

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Emma Fineman

PHOTOGRAPHY BY SAM HYLTON “An encounter can be by chance. It can be romantic or hostile, abrupt, a confrontation, spiritual, religious or rife with mysticism. I am interested in how butting up against something can often be how we discover form. It […]
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