Annie Le Santo is a studio artist at Magdalen Road Studios. These new works created in early 2019, highlight moments in her personal history through several paint and cloth ‘arrangements’. After taking a few years away from painting, she returns to the medium in an experimental way, reconnecting with putting paint to surface. In this case, the surface is loose cloth, hanging un-stretched from wooden frames. Read more about the work and see the full gallery here.
Lying in Wait, Annie Le Santo’s Platform Graduate Award 2018 solo exhibition at Modern Art Oxford has now come to an end. Read a reflective article on the exhibition, the work and the award on Modern Art Oxford’s official blog here. VIEW THE FULL GALLERY OF THIS EXHIBITION HERE.
“I am unbelievably excited to soon be exhibiting my degree show work at Modern Art Oxford as part of the Platform Graduate Award 2018.” Platform is led by the Contemporary Visual Arts Network South East (CVAN South East) and is a partnership between five galleries: Aspex in Portsmouth, De La Warr Pavilion in Bexhill-on-Sea, MK Gallery in… Read More
From March 7th – April 23rd 2018, Letters will be on show at The Jam Factory in Oxford as part of Hatched 2018. The show includes contemporary artwork by local and global artists in a range of mediums. ‘HATCHED is a creative platform set up by Maga Esberg in 2015 to develop, make and promote art addressing private and public female… Read More
In Part is an article outlining the process of creating artwork using found photographs and paper ephemera alongside hand-dyed scrap cloths. The article was published in the Winter 2018 edition of Sew Somerset. You can read more about the magazine issue & purchase here. “I adored writing this article about the piece I made back in 2015. My practice has developed a fair… Read More