Living Rooms: New Solo Show from Kira Phoenix K’inan in Marylebone this Spring

67 York Street, London
Living Rooms: New Solo Show from Kira Phoenix K’inan in Marylebone this Spring image
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This event ended on Sunday 3rd of March 2024
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67 York Street, London

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Marylebone 0.23 miles

London-based artist and designer Kira Phoenix K’inan will bring a new collection of original works to boutique gallery 67 York Street in Marylebone this spring. Her first solo show since the pandemic struck, ‘Living Rooms’ will run 26th February - 2nd March 2024. Kira’s work brings together fine art and craft through inimitable glass sculptures, works on paper, ephemeral installations and multi-exposure photography, which are sustainably and ethically produced in her studio in London. Today her collections are known for their rich colour palette, dynamic lines that inter-twist into one another, and works that are in constant visual flux. Kira says: “Since 2020, I have been delving into colour through exploring how we as individuals see colour, translating colour theory into glass sculptures and how colour creates different emotion in the same way that music can. My most recent collections have grown organically, from works on paper to the ‘Superposition’ series. The Superposition series has been evolving since 2021, with inspiration stemming from my desire to combine my sculpture training with my glass knowledge, exploring colour using the qualities of glass and interpreting the term ‘rough around the edges’. Superposition is ‘the action of placing one thing on or above another, especially so that they coincide’. Each piece of glass for each individual layer falls into place, then is fired in my kiln to create one layer of glass, and each glass layer is placed on top of another, eventually creating free-standing, balancing sculptures.” Catherine Sweet, curator and Founder of BobCat Gallery, says: “This exhibition will bring Kira’s works into the living world, showcasing how they can breathe life into any room and how easily they can transfer to almost any setting. Each aspect of her work is meticulously planned, and yet encompasses a sense of freedom and wonder, they are a fantastic complement to any ‘living’ room. Whether you are seeking to complete your family space, work space or a combination, Kira’s creations, both 2D and 3D, are a brilliant accent and can also become a playful, wondrous focal point.” The exhibition private view will be held on Tuesday 27th February, from 7pm - 9pm. Register for your free tickets via For more information head to the website.

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