Frank is delighted to present an exhibition of recent work by Andrew Malone.
We warmly invite you to join us for a Private View
Saturday, July 21, from 7–9pm
Andrew Malone’s latest works are taken from from Observer’s and Ladybird books, postage stamps and cigarette cards that have been made by cutting away sections of the pages or paper to expose the illustrations and make sculptural objects. This act of cutting turns a series of two-dimensional images into freestanding entities that can be read as flip-books or static objects.
Alongside these pieces we will be showing framed works made by combining match-boxes, cut-out elements and real objects.
The show opens on July 18th.
Andrew Malone lives and works in Whitstable, Kent and has been making books and work combining paper and found objects since 2007.
Andrew has exhibited at The London Art Book Fair at the ICA in 2007 and the Whitechapel 2010 -12 as well as Book Fairs in Leeds, Moscow and with Handmade and Bound in London, Book Art Bookshop in London, Boekie Woekie in Amsterdam, Doverodde Book Arts Festival in Denmark, Lutyens and Rubinstein in London, lmnop in Brighton, Minnesota Center for Book Arts, Pallant House Bookshop, Chichester and the Scottish Poetry Library.
He has work in the Tate Britain collection and many Artists’ Book collections in the UK , Europe and Russia.
This summer he is making a book in collaboration with poet John Siddique as part of the Wise Words Festival in Canterbury.
To see examples of Andrew’s work, or to buy online, click here.