A limited edition of fine bone china tea sets by Glasgow based performance artist David Sherry.
David Sherry graduated with an MFA from The Glasgow School of Art in 2000. He has had solo exhibitions in Mother’s tankstation, Dublin; Catalyst Arts, Belfast; Villa Concordia, Germany; Glasgow Museum of Modern Art and Tramway, Glasgow. Selected group exhibitions including Film and video at BBC Scotland, BBC Scotland, Glasgow; Grin and Bear It at the Lewis Glucksman Gallery, Cork and One ﬁne morning in May, at GAK Bremen. In 2003, Sherry was selected to represent Scotland at the 50th Venice Biennale and his work is held in many collections including the Glasgow Museum of Modern Art.
David Sherry’s drawings function as lists of ideas, conceived as a group of works. Common acts of social interaction and the resulting omnipresent etiquette are central themes in David Sherry’s work.
Only 25 available in this Artist Edition. Set commissioned by the University of Ulster.
"I wouldn't say I stand for nothing, I just don't stand for anything. It's hard to work out the best way forward because the human mind is very subjectve. Relationships are most important but material attachments don't work, as proven by H = S + C + V".