donderdag, november 14, 2019

David Mach #2

David Mach's home and studio, Havelock Walk, London.

"For more than 15 years, a converted 19th century warehouse on a quiet cobbled mews in London's Forest Hill has been home to one of the UK's most successful and well-regarded artists, David Mach. Mach was first drawn to the two-storey property's peaceful location and internal proportions. And over the years, the high-ceiling open-plan interiors have been perfect for the creation and exhibiting of many sizeable artworks. The ground floor studio easily accommodates several Victorian printing presses as well as spacious work areas and also houses Mach's meticulously catalogued library of cuttings or 'hard copy'. Sizeable warehouse windows front and back flood the space with light. Mach's enormous sculptures and collages are regularly displayed in exhibitions around the world and warehouse doors enable his team to move the works in and out of the studio with relative ease.
Scotland now beckons for Fife-born Mach and so his converted warehouse is for sale.
(bron: Warehouse Home)

David Mach in his London studio. (bron: The Courier)

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