“Marking Time” – curated by Allegra Fitzherbert and Sara Marinangeli

Public Programme

Marking Time is a group show celebrating texture and mark-making.

56 – 60 Conduit Street, London W1 2YW
Private view Friday 20th January 6- 9pm (RSVP via Eventbrite here)
Open 21st January – 8th February 2023
Hours: Wednesday – Sunday 12 – 6pm

Marking Time brings together nine emerging women and non-binary artists in a celebration of mark-making and texture, a distinctive characteristic in the case of several of the artists’ work. Textural gradations are summoned across a range of media including photography, drawings, textiles, films of performances and sculptures. The artists explore interactions between interior landscapes and outward experience through their differing mark-making approaches, summoning a range of sensations from whispery tenderness to the raw and visceral.

Ubbing, smudging, scratching, staining, tearing, stitching occurring across drawing, photography, sculpture textiles and more.

Included artists: Allegra Fitzherbert, Christine Mills, Catarina Cardoso, Flora Wallace, Gülce Tulçali, Isabel Garfield, Loreal Prystaj, Milou Stella, Sara Marinangeli

Artists’ socials:
@allegra.fitz @christinemillsartist @catarina_cardoso @florascottwallaces @gulcetulcali @izzyg_ @loreal_prystaj @miloustella_art @saramarinangelli7

Contact [email protected] for more information.

Price enquiries – please contact Hypha Studios staff
We do not take commission from sales so all profits go directly to the artist.

Curated By

Allegra Fitzherbert is a visual artist with a background in stage design and is a recent graduate of the Royal Drawing School (2022). Her practice currently centers on drawing and textiles, relying on a dialogue between notebook drawings and writings to unearth motifs and symbols she is drawn to. Recent pieces explore a tension between drama and intimacy, sometimes using models, props and costumes to create scenarios. Alongside drawing she has been creating stitched and appliquéd fabric pieces inspired by banners and bedding to further explore the interplay between drama and intimacy.

Sara Marinangeli (b. 1993 Italy) is a photographer and video artist based in London. In 2019 she received a Distinction in her Master’s Degree in Photography from the Royal College of Art, after participating in the Erasmus program at FAMU and receiving her BA in Fine Arts at the Florence Academy of Fine Arts BA in 2016.

The concept of images-marks strictly connects all her body of work.
Her practice focuses on analogue photography and moving image. Darkroom processes allow her to pull at the connection between the handmade object and time passing.

Selected for the SW Darkroom Residency Award 2019; TheLabyrinth Lab / RCA Award 2019; London Creative Network 2020. Her work has been shown in Italy, England, America, and the Czech Republic

OPENING NIGHT – 22ND JANUARY 2023 

CATARINA CARDOSO

Violent delights to no end III, 2022
Oil bar and oil pastel on ink stained cotton rag paper, 42 x 30cm
£475 (unframed)
£495 (framed)

CATARINA CARDOSO

Synapse, 2021
Oil bar and oil pastel on Fabriano paper, 150 x 200cm
£2800

CATARINA CARDOSO

Violent delights to no end II, 2022
Soft pastel on ink stained cotton rag paper, 42 x 30cm
£475 (unframed)
£495 (framed)

CATARINA CARDOSO

Violent delights to no end I, 2022
Oil bar and oil pastel on ink stained cotton rag paper, 42 x 30cm
£475 (unframed)
£495 (framed)

CATARINA CARDOSO

‘Whisper of a thrill’ (2023)
Oil, oil stick, soft pastel, ink & bleach on calico, 130 x 110cm and 110 x 50cm
£5,200

ALLEGRA FITZHERBERT

‘Ode’ (2023)
Cotton ink and thread

150 x 130 cm
£1,500 

ALLEGRA FITZHERBERT

‘Preach’ (2023)
Cotton, ink and embroidery thread, 160 x 80cm
£1,500

ALLEGRA FITZHERBERT

Self portrait, 2022
Cotton and ink, 30 x 30cm
£200

ALLEGRA FITZHERBERT

Not untangling, 2022
Gouache on Khadi paper, 29cmx31cm
£200

ALLEGRA FITZHERBERT

Tangling, 2022
Graphite on paper, 15 x 21cm
£150

ALLEGRA FITZHERBERT

Life and Death, 2023
Fabric and thread, 220 x 150cm
£1,000

ALLEGRA FITZHERBERT

Burning Bridges, 2023
Cotton ink and embroidery thread, 29 x 21cm
£200

ALLEGRA FITZHERBERT

Fruit, 2023
Cotton, ink and embroidery thread, 29 x 21cm
£200

ALLEGRA FITZHERBERT

Beginnings, 2023
Fabric thread and ink, 40 x 40cm
£150

ALLEGRA FITZHERBERT

Knots, 2022
Graphite on paper, 15 x 21cm
£150

ALLEGRA FITZHERBERT

Eggs, 2023
Cotton fabric and embroidery thread, 29 x 21cm
£200

ISABEL GARFIELD

Last summer and the one before, 2022
Watercolour and acrylic on paper, 29.7 x 25cm
£200

ISABEL GARFIELD

Athens, 2022
Watercolour and acrylic on paper, 29.7 x 42cm
£200

ISABEL GARFIELD

Montage, 2022
Watercolour and acrylic on paper, 29.7 x 27cm
£200

ISABEL GARFIELD

From a room, 2022
Watercolour and acrylic on paper, 29.7 x 42cm
£200

ISABEL GARFIELD

Funicular, 2022
Watercolour and acrylic on paper, 29.7 x 42cm
£200

ISABEL GARFIELD

Seeing through, 2022
Watercolour and acrylic on paper, 29.7 x 42cm,
£200

ISABEL GARFIELD

Pulling weeds, 2022
Watercolour and acrylic on paper, 29.7 x 42cm
£200

ISABEL GARFIELD

Inside and out, 2022
Mixed media on paper, 29.7 x 42cm,
£200

ISABEL GARFIELD

Across a bridge, 2022
Watercolour and acrylic on paper, 29.7 x 42cm
£200

ISABEL GARFIELD

Striped shirt, 2022
Mixed media on paper, 29.7 x 42cm
£200

ISABEL GARFIELD

Table scene, 2022
Watercolour and acrylic on paper, 29.7 x 42cm
£200

SARA MARINANGELI

Drowning in Blue, 2020
4×5 Contact Sheet, C-type handprint Edition 1/17
£200

SARA MARINANGELI

Drowning Reflecting, 2020
4×5 Contact Sheet, Unique C-type handprint
£450

SARA MARINANGELI

Drowning between Memory and Imagination, 2020
4×5 Contact Sheet, Unique C-type handprint
£450

SARA MARINANGELI

Drowning, 2020
4×5 Contact Sheet, Unique C-type handprint
£450

SARA MARINANGELI

Leaving a Mark, The Mark, 2019
Unique C-type Handprint, 125 x 160 cm
£1650

SARA MARINANGELI

Floating in Space, 2022
C-type Darkroom handprint, unframed 
190 x 126cm
£1000

CHRISTINE MILLS

Dog Walkers (Hampstead Heath), 2022
Charcoal on paper, 56 x 76 cm
£800

CHRISTINE MILLS

Hands, 2022
Charcoal on paper, 40 x 37 cm
£400

CHRISTINE MILLS

Removing the knots, 2023
Charcoal on paper, 56 x 76 cm
£800

CHRISTINE MILLS

St John Smith Square, 2022
Charcoal on paper, 56 x 76 cm
£800

LOREAL PRYSTAJ

Awareness Mudra and Gesture Study, 2022
Unique Cyanotype Textile, 30.5cm x 30.5cm (framed)
£375 (each)

LOREAL PRYSTAJ

‘Protection Mudra and Gesture Study’ (2022)
Unique Cyanotype Textile
30.5cm x 30.5cm (framed)
£375

LOREAL PRYSTAJ

‘Untitled Extremeties’ (2023)
‘Finger #1’
Unique Concrete Pieces
£250

LOREAL PRYSTAJ

‘Untitled Mudra and Gesture Study’ (2022)
Unique Cyanotype Textile
30.5cm x 30.5cm (framed)
£375

LOREAL PRYSTAJ

‘Untitled Mudra and Gesture Study (2022)
Unique Cyanotype Textile
30.5cm x 30.5cm (framed)
£375

LOREAL PRYSTAJ

‘Untitled Hand in Hand’ (2022)
Unique Concrete and Cyanotype Textile
23cm x 12cm
£750

LOREAL PRYSTAJ

‘Untitled Extremeties’ (2023)
‘Mouth #2’
Unique Concrete Pieces
£300

LOREAL PRYSTAJ

Untitled Extremeties’ (2023)
‘Mouth #3’
Unique Concrete Pieces
£275

LOREAL PRYSTAJ

‘Untitled Extremeties’
‘Mouth #1″
Unique Concrete Pieces_ Varies in Size_together_2023_ £300

LOREAL PRYSTAJ

‘Untitled Extremeties’ (2023)
‘Finger #1’
Unique Concrete Pieces
Varies in Size
£300

LOREAL PRYSTAJ

‘Untitled Mudra and Gesture Study’ (2022)
Unique Cyanotype Textile
30.5cm x 30.5cm (framed)
£375

LOREAL PRYSTAJ

‘Untitled Mudra and Gesture Study’ (2022)
Unique Cyanotype Textile
30.5cm x 30.5cm (framed)
£375

LOREAL PRYSTAJ

‘Untitled Mudra and Gesture Study’ (2022)
Unique Cyanotype Textile
30.5cm x 30.5cm (framed)
£375 (each)

LOREAL PRYSTAJ

Protection Mudra and Gesture Study, 2022
Unique Cyanotype Textile, 30.5cm x 30.5cm (framed)
£375 (each)

LOREAL PRYSTAJ

‘Untitled Mudra and Gesture Study’ (2022)
Unique Cyanotype Textile
30.5cm x 30.5cm (framed)
£375

MILOU STELLA

‘Familiar Constructions, Self Reproduction’ (2022)
Textile
50x 50 cm
£500

MILOU STELLA

‘Familiar Constructions, Tentacular Expectations’ (2022)
Textile, 50 x 50 cm
£500

MILOU STELLA

‘Familiar Constructions, Joyful Naive Leaps’ (2022)
Textile, 50 x 50cm
£500

MILOU STELLA

‘Familiar Constructions, Blind Steps Forward’ (2022)
Textile, 50 x 50 cm
£500

MILOU STELLA

‘Jammed’ (2021)
Textile, Embroidery, 21 x 30cm
£300

MILOU STELLA

‘Traces’ (2021)
Textile
£850

Gülce Tulçalı

‘Milk’ (2022)
Moving Image

Gülce Tulçalı

‘Milk’ (2022)
Print on Metallic Paper
29,97 x 42 cm

£200

FLORA WALLACE

‘Untitled’ (2022)
Material: Ink on paper
Ink made from old copper piping, sea salt and vinegar
29 x 42 cm
£160

FLORA WALLACE

‘From the clouds. From the ground’ (2021)
Material: Ink on paper
Ink made from Snow and Cochineal
29 x 42 cm
£160

FLORA WALLACE

‘From the clouds. From the ground’ (2021)
Material: Ink on paper
Ink made from Snow and Cochineal
29 x 42 cm
£160

FLORA WALLACE

‘From the clouds. From the ground’ (2022)
Material ink on paper
Ink made from copper piping, Cuttle fish ink, oak gall, idigo, and rimmy white clay
Size 59x84cm
Price £400

FLORA WALLACE

‘From the clouds. From the ground’ (2021)
Material: Ink on paper
Ink made from Snow and Cochineal
29 x 42cm
£160

FLORA WALLACE

‘From the clouds. From the ground’ (2022)
Material: Ink on paper
Ink made from old copper piping, sea salt and vinegar
29 x 42cm
£160

FLORA WALLACE

‘From the clouds. From the ground’
Material: Ink on paper
Ink made from old copper piping, sea salt and vinegar
29 x 42cm
£160

FLORA WALLACE

‘From the clouds. From the Ground’ (2022)
Material: Ink on paper
Ink made from hailstones, red cabbage, tumeric and rusty nails
42 x 59cm
£250

FLORA WALLACE

‘From the clouds. From the Ground’ (2022)
Material: Ink on paper
Ink made from hailstones, red cabbage, tumeric and rusty nails
42 x 59cm
£250

FLORA WALLACE

‘From the clouds. From the Ground’ (2022)
Material: Ink on paper
Ink made from hailstones, red cabbage, tumeric and rusty nails
42 x 59 cm
£250

FLORA WALLACE

‘From the clouds. From the ground’ (2022)
Material: Ink on paper
Ink made from Annatto Seed, red wine, tumeric and rainwater
21x29cm
£100

FLORA WALLACE

‘From the clouds. From the ground’ (2022)
Material: Ink on paper
Ink made from Annatto Seed, red wine, tumeric and rainwater
21x29cm
£100

FLORA WALLACE

‘From the clouds. From the ground’ (2022)
Material: Ink on paper
Ink made from Buckthorn berries and iron water
29x42cm
£600

Portfolio and works in progress images

Selected By

Eliza Bonham Carter (pictured), Curator and Director of the RA Schools, and Mark Davy, CEO of Futurecity

Eliza Bonham Carter has been a noteworthy contributor to arts education for over twenty years.  From her early days as a senior lecturer in Fine Art at DeMontfort University in 1993 and Head of Fine Art at the University of Reading in 2003, to her current position as Curator and Director of the Royal Academy Schools, since 2006. Graduating in Fine Art from the Royal College of Art, Eliza exhibited widely and has work in both private and public collections. Eliza is Vice Chair of Camden Art Centre and recently stepped down from the Council of the British School at Rome where she was also previously a member of the Faculty of Fine Art. 

Mark Davy is a former fine artist who studied at Canterbury College of Art and the Architectural Association. His last exhibition at the RIBA London in 2000 gave its name to Futurecity, set up in 2007 to reflect the growing interest in placemaking and regeneration. He has used the agency to provide a platform that promotes the use of arts and culture, community and wellbeing as a guiding narrative for the development and regeneration of our towns, cities, and urban centres. His work has led to major new funding for the arts in the UK and abroad, and Futurecity has been involved in over 250 cultural projects globally, placing artists in partnership with other disciplines including engineers, landscape architects, developers, and architects.