Link below: Anna Rogers, art & design as socio-economic activism. Written by Emily Hartless
I’ve been thinking for months about Thérèse Dreaming, Balthus- 1938. Specifically, about the Met Museum’s description of the painting, the first line reads: “With closed eyes, Balthus’s pubescent model is lost in thought. Thérèse Blanchard, who was about twelve or […]
This body of work explores the collaborative relationship between Emily Hartless and Anna Rogers.
studio activity, February 2018.
For the last few weeks I have been working in Three Doors Up, the sister space of ARCADECARDIFF creating a site specific 2D installation piece.