25 Years Exhibition
In 1993, artists moved into a former Pipe Factory off City Road, Islington and formed Westland Place Studios.
This once run down part of London near Old Street roundabout, at that time, had more artists working there, per square foot, than anywhere else in Europe.
Over the last 25 years this once forgotten part of London has seen massive urban development, bringing with it rising rents and studios converted to apartments.
Westland Place Studios has survived this transformation and as one of the last studios in the area houses more than 20 established artists.
Teresa Narduzzo opened her studio along with all the other artists here to celebrate...from painters, sculptors, printmakers, ceramicists, filmmakers and much more.
Come and look around...entrance is free, we are 3 mins from Old Street Tube.
Exhibition - 100 Years On
- A Celebration of Women in the Arts for International Women's Day
- Zebra One Gallery, Mixed show 8-22 March 2018
- 1 Perrin's Court Hampstead London NW3 1QX
- "Including works from prevalent inspiring women artists..." including Maggie Hambling, Teresa Narduzzo, Tracey Emin, Kate Garner, Kate Nicholson, Rebecca Fontaine-Wolfe and more.
Central London show October 2017, exhibiting paintings, animation and poetry by Teresa Narduzzo
Westland Place open
Teresa took part in the very successful Westland Place Studios Open event in October, with over 20 artists exhibiting work from painting, sculpture and printmaking to digital media.
Teresa Narduzzo Westland Place Open Exhibition
Public art: Abstract Expressionism - an Exhibition by Teresa Narduzzo
December 2014 - Exhibition in Gillett Square, Dalston, London E8
Teresa Narduzzo Gillett Square Dalston LondonPublic Art Exhibition
Hosted by Gillett Squared and HCD
Hosted by Gillett Squared and HCD
AN ONGOING CONVERSATION:
ABSTRACT EXPRESSIONIST PAINTINGS AND PRINTS BY TERESA NARDUZZO
A solo exhbition of Teresa's work filled the ground floor rooms of Clapham's new vibrant Art Centre based in the beautiful old Library Building by Clapham Common.
7305 DAYS - 20th Anniversary Show
October 3rd - 6th 2013
Westland Place Studios Westland Place London N1
The last remaining Fine Art Studios in this buzzing East London location celebrated its 20th year... Alongside the 22 other resident artists,Teresa opened her studios showing her recent paintings, sculptures, limited edition gicleé prints, photographs and poetry.
Bonhams Exhibit - Sensory Material
"An exhibition exploring the sensual interaction between the viewer and the object. It looks at theimmediacy and dramatic impact of the work and the experience involved in seducing the viewer aesthetically. This takes place in the form of a conceptual interior."
Teresa Narduzzo was among 24 artists whose work was shown in this exhibition of contemporary art sponsored by Richard Branson and Virgin Atlantic @ Bonhams New Bond Street.
Exhibting artists: Zadok Ben David, Jane Edden, Skye Ferrante, Juan Fontanive, Marie Forbes, Jaime Gili, Keith Harrison, Jonathan Kearney, Gayle Chong Kwan, Brad Lochore, Caroline Lofthouse, Marta Marc, Zara Matthews, Amy McGann, Heather Meyerratken, Polly Morgan, Teresa Narduzzo, Janet Nathan, Sophie Plowden, Nina Saunders, Katie Scott, Jane Simpson, Julie Verhoeven, and Jane Wilbraham
"Sensory Material" was organised by Michelle Gonsalves, Robin Hereford, and Kate Jury at Bonhams Auctioneers. Sensory Material was curated by Michelle Gonsalves.
University of East London
Featured artist with the University of East London's Research Institute's online gallery.
As this department of the University is closely linked with the redevelopment of East London, The Thames Gateway and the area surrounding the Olympic site, this will make for an interesting and dynamic platform for Teresa's work. Dates to be confirmed.
A weekend open studios event held at Westland Place Studios London N1
Each artist exhibited in their studios, giving a great opportunity to view work away from a gallery environment and in the context of its origins as well as giving the opportunity to meet the artist. As Teresa has a good sized studio space, it was possible to see a reasonable amount of her work on show and to also get another chance to read her poetry.
THE LANGUAGE OF PAINT
Solo show at the Candid Galleries Islington
At 2,500sq ft, this immense, gritty, industrial space tucked behind the Angel tube was an ideal setting in which to exhibit this energetic, expressive, often very large work. Writing was also shown alongside the paintings - this was the first time the two have been shown together in a public exhibition outside the studio context and made for an exciting thought-provoking combination. The show was a great success and the large space allowed for an easy hang of 29 pieces, many of which were large, including the artist's biggest canvas to date at 8.5 x 12 foot.