Before and after Frieze, the Art Bermondsey Project Space will host the work of Beatrice Haines and Paulina Korobkiewicz from the 4th to the 27th October. Supported by the Project Space’s desire to promote the work of artists in a competitive market, Haines and Korobkiewicz will be able to showcase their art in which will be their first London solo shows.
Beatrice Haines, who is known for her multidisciplinary visual work, will feature drawings, sculptures, prints and animation created over the past five years. The installations are said to explore human nature whilst presenting objects without the presence of a person. Haynes has previously been listed in Artlyst’s ‘top 10 artists under 30’, as well as being a Print Fellow at the Royal Academy of Arts. She is additionally a winner of the Anthology Art Prize, RBS Bursary award and the Mann and Daler Rowney drawing prizes.
Born in Poland, Paulina Korobkiewicz, is a London-based photographer. She has featured in the 2015 edition of Creative Review Photography Annual, DRECK Magazine, Paper Journal, The Calvert Journal, This Is Paper, Contemporary Lynx and other publications. Her photo book Disco Polo was shortlisted for Bar Tur Photobook Award 2015 organised by the Photographer’s Gallery in London. Disco Polo will explore Polish aesthetics in post-Cold War contexts, exploring the divide between the West and the East as well as the music genre that gives its name to the book’s title.
For more information, click here to visit the Project Space’s site.