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Exhibition | FARM WEEDS Charlie Hammond
13 July 2019 until 14 September 2019
Cample Line, Cample Mill, Thornhill, DG3 5HD
13 July – 14 September 2019
Exhibition Preview: 2–5pm, Saturday 13 July
Charlie Hammond’s FARM WEEDS is the first exhibition to feature in CAMPLE LINE’s downstairs space, comprising a new group of paintings on paper that will include flags, logos, fingers, newspapers and fungi to name but a few elements. Hammond has referred to it as ‘An imaginary proposal for an imaginary mural’, loosely drawing on a range of sources, from Illinois farmer James W. Cadle’s 1970s design for a ‘Flag of Earth’ to a small book published by Shell in 1958 entitled Farm Weeds: An Aid to Their Recognition, as well as everyday things that populate Hammond’s studio and the wider setting of Cample itself.
See also David Osbaldeston in our upstairs space.
Open 11am–5pm, Thurs–Sat, or by appointment
Part of our Summer 2019 Edition
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