Catalogue of the exhibition held Chisenhale Gallery, London, 1992; and at the Ikon Gallery, Birmingham, 19 April - 28 May 1994 (revised dates).
|Statement||[essay by Guy Brett].|
|Contributions||Brett, Guy, 1942-, Chisenhale Gallery., Ikon Gallery.|
Rose Finn-Kelcey Paperback – by Michael Stanley (Author, Editor), Emma Dean (Editor) out of 5 stars 1 rating. See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback "Please retry" $ $ Reviews: 1. Rose Finn Kelcey [Rose & BRETT, Gut FINN KELCEY] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Rose Finn-Kelcey by Guy Brett () [Guy Brett;Kent Sarah;Stanley Michael] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Conceptual artist Rose Finn-Kelcey’s work is characterised by unpredictability and a diversity of approach and medium. In Finn-Kelcey’s first comprehensive monograph, Guy Brett presents an overview of her work alongside over illustrations, while Sarah Kent and Michael Stanley each take an in depth look at a specific installations.
Leather, paper, cardboard, dye Unique Approx. 16 x 23 cm Individually dyed pages from light to dark pink to simulate the act of blushing inspired by Anais Nin’s diaries which she refers to as ‘repositories of secrets’. For her later installation, Book and Pillow, (collection of the artist), Finn-Kelcey modelled a ‘small being’ into whom she projected the unconfident side of her own personality. She claimed this character had a negative influence on her ability to communicate, making her speech clumsy and clichéd. Selected Works Rose Finn-Kelcey, installation view, Kate MacGarry, Photography by Angus Mill Rose Finn-Kelcey, Blushing Book Vol I, Leather, paper, cardboard, dye, 21 x 17 x 13 cm. Photography by Angus Mill Rose Finn-Kelcey, Here is a Gale Warning,, Silver gelatin print mounted on aluminium x cm. Photography by Angus Mill Rose Finn-Kelcey, installation . Rose Finn-Kelcey (4 March – 13 February ) was a British artist, born in Northampton. Finn-Kelcey grew up in Buckinghamshire as part of a large farming family, and went on to study at Ravensbourne College of Art and Design, and later Chelsea College of Art in London.
Rose Finn-Kelcey. Published by Ridinghouse. Text by Guy Brett. Spanning performance, sculpture and installation, Rose Finn-Kelcey’s innovative art is characterised by its diversity in approach. From the s Rose Finn-Kelcey became a central figure in the emerging communities of Performance and Feminist art in the UK. Rose Finn-Kelcey by Michael Stanley () on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Finn-Kelcey fell ill just after the publication of a comprehensive book on her work, Rose Finn-Kelcey (). Such a guide was badly needed, not least because many of her works were ephemeral. She Author: Guy Brett. Finn-Kelcey fell ill just after the publication of a comprehensive book on her work, Rose Finn-Kelcey (). Such a guide was badly needed, not least because many of her works were ephemeral. Such a guide was badly needed, not least because many of her works were ephemeral.