Look the Horse in the Mouth | Kathryn Graham and Yasmine Robinson at Arcade Studios Belfast

 

Look the Horse in the Mouth | Kathryn Graham and Yasmine Robinson at Arcade Studios Belfast Date/Time
Date(s) - 02/12/2021 - 23/12/2021

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Arcade Studios Belfast

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Arcade Studios is delighted to host a collaborative exhibition between two emerging Northern Irish artists, Kathryn Graham and Yasmine Robinson.

Kathryn Graham (b.1995, Armagh) and Yasmine Robinson (b.1994, Co.Derry/ Londonderry) come together for their first joint show “Look the Horse in the Mouth” at Arcade Studios Belfast. The show will expose a new series of works that have been improvised from the Twilight zone of life during the pandemic living across London and Northern Ireland. The exhibition presents a playful reflection of the proverbial saying, “Don’t Look a gift horse in the Mouth”; meaning, when receiving a gift be grateful for what it is; don’t imply you wished more. Graham and Robinson’s work is an unapologetic mixture of materiality, memory, place and Princesses..

Yasmine Robinson is from Derry, Co. Londonderry. She received a First-Class Honours Degree in Fine Art, Ulster University, Belfast (2017). She was awarded a Distinction in her Masters of Fine Art, Chelsea College of Art, London (2018). Recent exhibitions include; ‘Wish you were here, Yorktown Workshops London (2021), Unsheltered as it is, D Contemporary London, Penumbra, Belfast (2020); Absinthe, Collective Ending, Spit and Sawdust, London (2019); Young Gods, Charlie Smith Gallery, London (2019) Studio Makers Prize, Tiffany & Co. Convent Garden, London; & Another Angle, Maxilla Space, London (2018); Emergence, QSS Belfast (2017); FRAMEWORK, Belfast (2017); RDS Visual Arts Awards Dublin (2017). Robinson has been the recipient of awards including Tiffany & Co. Outset Studio Makers Prize (2018) and RDS Visual Arts Award 2017. In 2017 she was awarded the Frank Bowling Scholarship at Chelsea College of Art.

Kathryn Graham is a London based visual artist from Northern Ireland (b 1995).
Graham graduated from the Royal College of Art with a Print MA in 2019 and received a first class honours Fine Art BA from the University of Ulster in 2017. Graham completed received a printmaking fellowship from the City and Guilds of London Art School in 2021. She has shown internationally, including, India and China and nationally across the UK and Ireland. Graham received Arts Council Lottery funding and a residency in India funded by the Northern Irish and British Arts Council. She received a Hang Tough Contemporary Gallery Print Publishing Award (2021), Space Artist Award (2020), shortlisted Gwen May Printmaking prize (2019) and a Royal Ulster Academy Outstanding Students Award (2017). Graham has work held in the collections of The Victoria and Albert Museum, The Royal College of Art and The University of Ulster. Recent exhibitions include, Hang tough Gallery Dublin Winter Print Show, 140th RUA Annual exhibition, Woolwich Contemporary Print fair, RE Bankside Gallery International Original Print exhibition, City and Guilds Art School Fellowship Show, London, ’Urgencies’ Centre for Contemporary Art, Derry – Londonderry, ‘Not Applicable’ CREAM Athens, London (2021). ‘Earth Eaters’, Cole Projects, London, ‘From Ireland to India Mural’, Shruti Foundation’s Vedaaranya, India (2020).

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