The exhibition explores Winnie’s vision of the capitalist world, viewing desirable commodities from different angles and often with a focus on textile products, in order to resist what she describes as her “shopaholic behaviour and temptation”. Winnie, who graduated from UAL/Chelsea College of Arts with an MA in Fine Art, paints her obsessions into her artworks.
The exhibition is curated by Julian McSweeney and Huanglu Shi for Artsalon+, and is being held in the atmospheric 1st floor room of The Oddfellows - Exeter, at 60 New North Road, EX4 4EP.
The Private View will be held from 6.pm to 9.pm, on THURSDAY, 4TH MAY, 2017, and the exhibition will then be open from the 5th - 21st May, 2017 as part of Art Week Exeter.
Opening hours from 5th - 21st May, 2017:
Wednesday to Saturday : 6pm- 12am
Special opening hours : 17th May (Wed) 1pm - 5pm
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Art Week Exeter 2017 programme booklet
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