Annie Attridge Solo Show in London

‘Should of Could of Would of’

Annie Attridge
January 31 – February 27, 2016
MOCA London, 113 Bellenden Rd, London SE15 4QY, UK

MOCA (Museum of Contemporary Art) London: “In her new works Should of Could of Would of Annie Attridge depicts scenes and snippets of shapes and forms of imagined or real lustful trysts the artist should have done, could have done, would have done or even might have done.”

The exhibition presents a series of erotic porcelin sculptures on rough, organic, concrete pedestals. Annie Attridge said in an interview about her creativ practice:

“I love the female form, I love the material, and I create my own alphabet with my porcelain – like using any language and making it your own. Creating them is really sexy. It’s all made with real love, like someone who cooks with love — the taste is divine.”

About Annie Attridge

Annie Attridge was born in Wigan, UK. She received a MA from the Royal Academy in London (2002) and BA in Painting from the University of Brighton (1999). Her earlier solo shows are Wanderlust (2012, Heart of Oak (2011), Petradora (2008), In the Garden of the Profet (2006) Splash and Spectacle (2006) and Marmorata (2004). She lives and works in London.