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Your Hand Is A Warm Stone

From April 10, 2021 to May 8, 2021 - Online, Online - Steve Turner

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Your Hand Is A Warm Stone, an exclusive online exhibition that will April 10 till May 8 2021 with the Steve Turner Gallery It has as main artist Ellie MacGarry who will be presenting some of a work. It follows this press release.

Steve Turner is pleased to present Your Hand Is A Warm Stone. A solo online exhibition by London-based Ellie MacGarry. It will consist of ten new paintings which depict cropped details of the body. Garments, pockets and openings. They consider physical intimacy with one’s own body, with the hand recurring as a comforting, protective or expressive tool.

Ellie MacGarry (born 1991, Cambridge) earned an MA at the Slade School of Fine Art, London (2018), after earning a BFA at the University of Leeds (2014). She had a solo exhibition at Daniel Benjamin Gallery, London (2019). She had works in numerous group exhibitions in Europe and the United Kingdom since 2013. Your Hand Is A Warm Stone is MacGarry’s first exhibition with Steve Turner and her first in the United States.

Ellie MacGarry (b. 1991, Cambridge) lives and works in London. After graduating from the Slade in 2018, she undertook a residency at the Academy of Visual Arts in Hong Kong. Her recent exhibitions include Come Undone, Daniel Benjamin Gallery (2019), I know that you knowm, as well as Wells Projects (2019), and equally In Hiding, Academy of Visual Arts Gallery, Hong Kong (2018).

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