Stewart will be exhibiting Head from the Body Mapping project in the 22nd International Mini Textile Exhibition with TXT – Slovak Association of Textile Artists.
The juried exhibition features works selected by Raija Jokinen – Textile Artist, Finland; Lala de Dios – Textile Artist, Spain; Erika Gregušová – Head of Slovak Association of Textile Artists TXT, Slovakia; Mgr. Adriena Pekárová – Art Theoretician, Slovensko; Prof. Miroslav Brooš – Academy of Arts, Faculty of Fine Arts, Banská Bystrica, Slovakia.
The opening event will take place at Galéria Umelka, Bratislava, Slovakia – The Gallery of Slovak Union of Visual Arts on the 23rd of November 2022.
Further information and images are available at svu.sk/en/about-gallery/.
Stewart will be exhibiting Slow Motion in the forthcoming exhibition Fibremen, 7th International Textile and Fibre Art Exhibition with Scythia in Ukraine. The exhibition will take place in Ivano-Frankivs’k, Ukraine, from the 8th to the 22nd November 2022.
The work of 33 artists work has been selected for the exhibition from the United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, Colombia, Cyprus, Denmark, Finland, France, Japan, Mexico, Peru, Poland, Romania, Switzerland, Ukraine, Uruguay and the USA.
Further information on the exhibition is available at www.scythiatextile.com.
Stewart will be exhibiting Baptism of Fire in the forthcoming exhibition Sixty Drawings + Ten which features a range of drawing styles and practices.
In 2012, an exhibition of 60 artists’ drawings entitled 60 Drawings at Bankley Gallery in Manchester, featured the work of artists from Manchester Studio Groups and Manchester Metropolitan University. Ten years on, the second iteration of the project, entitled 60 Drawings + Ten, takes place at the Whitaker Museum and Art Gallery, Lancashire, UK.
Sixty Drawings + Ten explores, defines and celebrates the practice and the locality of drawing in its diverse forms. Artists, from a range of different disciplines who exhibited in the first exhibition in 2012 in Manchester, will present new work, alongside other selected artists to celebrate a decade of the project’s development and to exhibit at the Whitaker.
The exhibition opens on the 16th June and continues to the 11th August 2022.
Further information on the exhibition is available at www.thewhitaker.org.