Carrie Reichardt

Carrie Reichardt is a contemporary artist, who works from a mosaic-covered studio in London, The Treatment Rooms. A member of the Craftivism movement, Carrie Reichardt uses murals, ceramics, screen-printing and graphic design in her work. She is a dedicated advocate of the movement and curated one of the few exclusively Craftivist exhibitions in the UK,.[1]

Reichardt’s preoccupation with seditious ceramics places her within an artistic tradition extending as far back as William Morris and the production of subversive souvenirs during the Victorian Jubilee. Her first solo exhibition, entitles Mad in England, provided an exploration of this theme, which she has continued to pursue in subsequent work.[2] Reichardt’s most recent exhibition in the Mad in England series, timed to coincide with Elizabeth II’s Diamond Jubilee, saw the artist inspired by the present day dissent evident in movements Occupy the City to UK Uncut.

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