Julie Caves’ work celebrates beauty and its many juxtapositions: work and play, nature and synthesis, life and death, macro and micro, Heaven and Hell. She is constantly walking the tightrope between two ideas. This is most notably seen in her large window paintings, where she has created a series of works of views through windows, either panes in view so the window is quite apparent, and in other read full statement
|Activities||Practice-based research, Participatory projects, Publishing, Curating|
|Artforms / type of project||Curatorial project, Book Works, Drawing, Installation, Painting|
|Tags||colour, painter, curator, artists books, abstract, figure, egg tempera, oil painting, sculptor, paint|
News & Events
Artists in Wonderland
01/06/2015 – 14/06/2015
Artists in Wonderland 12 artists exploring the ideas found in Alice and Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass.
BABE Bristol Artists Book Event
11/04/2015 – 12/04/2015
Spread over 3 floors more than 80 artist bookmakers, dealers & small presses from Bristol & around the world will come together at Arnolfini to show & sell their work. Julie Caves/Little Black Press.
17/02/2015 – 01/03/2015
Hoe Street Central, 137 Hoe Street, Walthamstow, East London E17 4RT
A 2-week pop-up gallery with paintings by Julie Caves. Julie unabashedly declares her love of colour and creates paintings where colour comes first. This show will have a wide range of works for sale
Quantum: A Journey Through The Standard Model
07/11/2013 – 19/11/2013
Espacio Gallery, 159 Bethnal Green Road, London, E2 7DG
11 artists have grappled with the mind-bending ideas behind modern physics with some unexpected outcomes. Blog: http://quantumexhibit.wordpress.com
Behind Closed Doors
11/10/2013 – 13/10/2013
Artworks Project Space, 114 Blackhorse Lane, Walthamstow, London, E17 6AA.
A selection of works from the artists at Blackhorse Lane Studios, brought into the open. Curated by Neil Irons.
01/10/2013 – 31/10/2013
Jackson's Art, 1 Farleigh Place, London, N16 7SX
Jackson’s East London Art Shop is launching their first onsite and online exhibition.
Curiosity: an art practice as a way of looking
05/10/2013 – 20/10/2013
The Crypt Gallery, St Pancras Church, Euston Road (entrance Duke's Road), London NW1 2BA
Julie Caves’ solo exhibition has taken over two years to create, the work looks at juxtapositions and polarities, with a special interest in colour.