‘Four Legs Good Two Legs Bad’ at Q-Park Leicester Square

One hundred international artists showing in an art take-over in an underground car park. Four legs good, two legs bad  riffs on themes from George Orwell’s dystopian novel Animal Farm in a 4 day festival of art music performance and dance, celebrating the Chinese New Year of the Pig. My installation Lean Times is of […]

The Ghost Tide at Thames Side Studio Gallery

an exhibition exploring ghosts as an idea, programmed  to coincide with Halloween , All Souls and the Day of the Dead, curated by GHost host artist curator Sarah Sparkes and CANAL Gallery founder Monika Bobinska. Showing the work of 30 uk and international artists. Andrea G Art, Chris Boyd, Davies Monaghan & Klein, Gen Doy, […]

Feel Good Give Away at the Chutney Spa

Invoking the spirit of the ancient Camberwell Fair and its promise of ‘Rare doings in Camberwell’, the Chutney Preserves artist collective open a one day health and beauty spa on Camberwell Green. Offering humorous range of surreal and exclusive artist created treatments to the public. the Chutney Preserves promise to deliver ‘beyond alternative care’ to […]

Armida’s vexation

Charlotte Squire creates a sense of wonder and anxiety with her sculptural forms. Her work uses illumination to draw attention to the transformation of mundane materials into something that both engages and unsettles. This installation was created specially for Dreaming Awake as part of the Dulwich Festival. Armedia is betrayed by her mortal lover, and uses […]

Dreaming Awake

8 artists probe the liminal state between reality and dreams where the imagination is held as if suspended . Visual connections are made through painting, collage, installation, film, ritual, photography, sculpture and drawing, with Jacquie Brown, Leonie Cronin, Rebecca Fortnum, Nicky Hirst, Laura Moreton-Griffiths, Lucy Soni, Charlotte Squire and Kim Thornton. The architectural atmosphere and history of this […]

Uncanny World of Interiors

Our interior space for living is where we are most revealed, as here we make our most personal mark. The temporary domestic space at Caroline Place showcases the work of 8 artists and designers working with everyday materials, transforming the mundane into objects of desire. The unheimlich of Freud’s analysis wherein things pertaining to homeliness […]

The 500 Hidden Secrets of London

I am delighted my light installation in Brixton Market’s 4th avenue has been used for the cover of Tom Greig’s new book ‘The 500 Hidden Secrets of London’ pub. 2016, Luster, Antwerp

There’s no place like home

The idea of house and home can conjure up feelings of warmth and shelter. A dwelling – be it cottage or shed, tent or mansion, temporary shack or permanent residence – is usually the basis of comfort and security. Conversely, a derelict or abandoned house is often associated with discomfort, unease and absence. This exhibition […]

House at Oriel Davies

House reviewed here in New Welsh Review

4409.72 miles 9125 days

4409.72 miles 9125 days Opens 21.11.14 then on ’til 31.01.15 This year Diana Lowenstein gallery is celebrating its 25th anniversary.  Ombretta Agró Andruff has curated a retrospective for this milestone: 25 Years of Art Discourse from Buenos Aires to Miami It is a great honor to have been asked by Diana to curate the exhibition celebrating her gallery’s […]

The Curtain Dog

Tales of the uncanny and personal reference, a self portrait of the artist as a toy – curator Sarah Sparkes’ brief; ‘The Hollow’ formed a segment section of We Could Not Agree, an independent art event at underground venue Q-Park hosted by Geoff Leong, Cedric Christie and Vanya Balogh. The Curtain Dog stomps past surreptitiously […]

B’twixt and Between at St Giles for GHost’s two nights of classic ghost films

  Camberwell free film festival at St Giles screenings with accompanying installation artworks and performances. artists: Charlotte Squire, John Workman, Sarah Doyle, Jennie Fagerstrom, Miyuki Kasahara,Calum F Kerr, Joanna McCormick and Anne Robinson. The screening is curated by Sarah Sparkes with installations and performances.   B’twixt and B’tween is from a series of cabinet pieces […]

GHost@Camberwell Free Film Fest

GHost hosted two nights of classic ghost films at St Giles Church Camberwell as part of Camberwell Free Film Festival! The Innocents (dir: Jack Clayton, 1961, UK/US, Cert 12A, 100 mins) screened in the Nave of St Giles Church, Camberwell Church Street, SE5 8RB Kwaidan (Masaki Kobayashi, 1965, 185 minutes) screened in the Crypt, St […]

Art14 London

Showing at Art14 London with Diana Lowenstein Gallery

The Visitors, Diana Lowenstein Gallery, Miami

Selected at Arte Laguna 7 by Diana Lowenstein Fine Art, Miami, DLFA offers a show as special gallery prize to Charlotte Squire’s Strange Fruit. The lightstacks travel to Miami together with two new light installations as The Visitors, opening February 14.

Miami 2014

First day of installation at Diana Lowenstein Gallery in Downtown Miami. The space is beautiful and a pleasure to work in. Strange Fruit lightstacks unpacked & provisionally set up. Outside is 79degrees F 2 hanging pieces Pink Laogoon & Mid Pine Nights placed & hanging. Selected at Arte Laguna 7 by Diana Lowenstein Fine Art, […]

Sluice, The Dream Machine

For Transition Gallery’s curated project Dream Machine at Sluice Art Fair Charlotte Squire reimagines the dream sequence from Hitchcock’s Spellbound as a compact set piece that compresses black and white, light & shadow into Hitchcock’s ideal of making a film in the smallest possible space, in a reworking of Dali’s dream scene from Hitchcock’s Spellbound. […]

The Dream Machine

Transition Gallery Unit 25a Regent Studios, 8 Andrews Road, London E8 4QN   Sluice Art Fair – October 2013   The Dream Machine  Kirsty Buchanan, Sarah Cleaver, Sarah Doyle, Paul Kindersley, Cathy Lomax, Alex Michon, Travis Riley, Alli Sharma, Corinna Spencer, Charlotte Squire, Mimei Thompson   ‘Even though life isn’t black and white it often […]

Small Islands of Legend

Arte Laguna, Venice, 2013