Short Film on the background to the painting 'Church' which won the NOA17
MS Amlin Prize, by producer Bridget Osbourne ( former BBC producer of Hard News)
Preview Guardian Guide link by Skye Sherwin:
Paul Carey-Kents Top Ten exhibitions for ARTLYST :August:
Essay by LADY MARINA VAIZEY C.B.E. former Art Critic for the Finacial Times and Turner Prize Judge.
Click to view.
Radio Interview: Kevin Wilson talks to Freya Purdue, Marguerite Horner and Georgia Newman
about the new exhibition ar Quay Arts.
IASI PALACE of CULTURE, ROMANIA.
1st - 31st March 2020
The Exhibition will open on 3rd March 2020 with a British Council Symposium.
NEWS FLASH: The Iasi Palace of Culture is open again and this exhibition is open until 15th June 2020.
'Hidden Temple' 2019 watercolour on paper
'Teacher' 2019 watercolour on paper
LONDON - 2021
'On the precipice' 2019 oil on linen 50x50cm
'Living' 2019 oil on linen 50x50cm
'Split' 2019 oil on linen 50x50cm.
Marguerite Horner graduated with an MA in Fine Art from City&Guilds of London Art School in 2004 and was presented by Sir Peter Blake with the Kidd Rapinet Prize for outstanding MA degree work. She has since exhibited widely in Art Fairs and Group Shows.
In 2011 Marguerite exhibited at the 54th Venice Biennale with WW gallery in 'Afternoon tea,' and in 2019 the 58th Venice Biennale with Caroline Wiseman gallery in 'Alive in the Universe' .
In 2012 Marguerite had her first London Solo Exhibition 'The Seen and Unseen' at The Pitzhanger Manor&Gallery with the catalogue essay written by Lady Marina Vaizey CBE.
In 2017 Horner won the NOA17 MS Amlin Prize, and in 2018 Horner won the British Women Artist Award and examples of her work were acquired by the Yale Centre for British Art in New Haven Connecticut, USA.
In 2019 Marguerite was invited to take part in a 2 week artist residency in Nanxi Academy, Yongjia, China, and to be part of the exhibition 'When London meets Wenzhou'.
Her work has been acquired by several Art museums in England and also internationally in museums in the USA and China.
"Marguerites paintings ' lift the ordinary into the extraordinary, and the specific into the universal...they are about the seen and the unseen, the life behind the eye as well as the world in front of it"
Lady Marina Vaizey CBE.
United Kingdom: 522
BERMONDSEY PROJECT SPACE
31st August -6th September 2020
Group show Curated by Kate Mieczkowska
(Postponed due to the Corona Virus)
Curated by HARRY PYE
THE STASH GALLERY.
At VOOT-O-REENEES PRIVATE MEMBERS CLUB
London SE1 8BB
( nearest tube ALDGATE EAST)
2nd-26th Oct 2020
INVITES ONLY as its a private club.
To visit please contact Sophie Parkin at :
BERMONDSEY PROJECT SPACE
16th - 22nd March 2020
PV: 18th March 2020 6-30pm - 9pm
'Deserted' 2011 oil on linen 50x50cm
The Corner 2016 oil on linen 50x50cm
Lady Marina Vaizey CBE was formerly the Art Critic for the FT and Sunday Times and a Turner Prize judge.
'For Sale' oil on linen 50x50cm
"Ol' Brown Eyes"2020 oil on linen.30x30cm
Delighted to have 3 paintings selcted for this years exhibition which will be .online from 19th Nov 2020
'POLICE' 201.7 oil on linen 50x50cm
'Paparazzi '2017 oil on linen .50x50cm
'Casting the first stone' 2017 oil on linen 50x50cm
NEW YORK ARTS Magazine Review of the work of Marguerite Horner
Review about Marguerites career and work in the exhibition''Edgelands' and the Derwent Drawing Prize competition 2016 ,
In 'All About Shipping' by James Brewer.