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A cross border group exhibition inspired by fairytales, myths and legends from countries in war and crisis.

An exciting group show, from 1-17 March at the Art Pavilion Mile End, London. It is curated by Katja Rosenberg of and regroups 80 artists from London, Europe and further afield who present varied interpretations of fairytales, myths and legends from countries under sufferance of war and crisis. With accompanying workshops, concerts, film festival, story telling events and much more!

This big show will then travel to Germany, to the Fairy Tale Museum of Bad Oeynhausen, from 29th April to 16th September 2018. More information on opening times and programme will follow.

1 March - First Thursday Opening Event, 6.30 – 9pm 
Dance by Young Amici & Music for the Deaf 
Music by Mishaped Pearls (8pm) 

The photo shows 'A Hero's Journey", jesmonite 42x23x13 cm, 2018. And if Fairy tales were actually stories about journeys of Initiation? This anthropomorphic totemic sculpture represents a young hero on a journey of surpassing him- or herself. 


A group exhibition at the Geman Ambassador's Residence in London on the occasion of FRIEZE London

I am currently taking part in the exhibition ‘HUMAN' at the German Ambassador's Residence in London. I am showing a new series of sculptures - portraits and more abstract work - alongside eight London-based female artists, all creating visual work of great strength and individuality. 

The photo shows 'Venus Maternity" bronze 36x14x12 cm, 2017, part of a Triptych. I explore a highly imaginative and animistic parallel world and ask how humans position themselves in the constellation of the natural world.

The exhibition opened on the 7th October as a fringe event of Frieze London 2017 and runs until end of January.
The next Private Views will be on Thursday 16th November and Monday 11th December. The Finissage will be on Wednesday, 24th January. Please contact me to obtain an invitation to these private events.

La Bastide Rose

Summer exhibition 2017, Poppy and Pierre Salinger Foundation, Le Thor, France.

It is not to late to discover Uta Brouet's latest work iCula ni bikola  and Fortuna et Virtu in this years summer exhibition of monumental sculpture at the Poppy and Pierre Salinger Foundation at the Bastide Rose in Le Thor, Provence, France. 
which responds to the theme : A Midsummer Night's Dream
The show will be running until the 15th October. You are cordially invited to join the artists at the Finnissage on 15th October from 3pm !

14h30 to 18h30 every day
La Bastide Rose
99 Chemin des Croupières par le chemin des Cordelières
84250 LE THOR  -  Tel: 04 20 02 14 33 -

Totem Exhibition

Summer exhibition 2016 at La Bastide Rose, Le Thor, France.

Fondation Poppy et Pierre SALINGER
From the 16 June 2016 to 16 October 2016
14h30 to 18h30 every day
La Bastide Rose
99 Chemin des Croupières par le chemin des Cordelières
84250 LE THOR  Tel: 04 20 02 14 33

KPMG HQ London

One and Three at KPMG Headquarters London

KPMG HQ has invited three former sculpture students from Heatherley School of Fine Art to show their work in the Headquarter's lobby. 
February to April 2017


12 women exhibit at the Menier Gallery, London

12@Menier is an exhibition of twelve contemporary artists focusing on notions of representation and abstraction.
Monday 22nd Feb  - Saturday 27th February 2016
Menier Gallery, London

Broomhill National Sculpture Prize 2016

Uta Brouet wins the ’Public Speaks’ Broomhill National Sculpture Prize

Uta Brouet wins the ’Public Speaks’ 
Broomhill National Sculpture Prize

Former Heatherleys Sculpture Diploma student Uta Brouet has won the ’Public Speaks’ Broomhill National Sculpture Prize. Along with nine other finalists Uta had been given a £1,000 budget and 3 months to turn her proposed idea into a finished piece for the Broomhill Summer Exhibition. Her work, ’Wanderings’, was then voted as favourite by online viewers and visitors to the sculpture gardens.

German Embassy

Berlin-London : Contemporary Art by Women

An exhibition at the German Embassy in London in co-operation with the Penz Art Collection Berlin. It features site-specific installations, sculptures, paintings and watercolours. 
Female artists are still disadvantaged in the global art world, this show aims to promote women artists from both the UK and Germany. Along with celebrated works from the Penz Art Collection by Elvira Bach, Doris von Schleyer and Heike Ruschmeyer, rising artists from Berlin and London have been invited to exhibit paintings and sculptures at 34 Belgrave Square. 
Works by Uta Brouet, Ilka Leukefeld, Veronika Marsh, Beate Rönspiess, Gigi Salomon and Renata Tumarova 

5 Feb - 5 April 2016, 34 Belgrave Square, London

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