One Drop Plus One Drop Makes One Drop

Adi Toch

01 Nov 2017 - 29 Nov 2017

A solo exhibition from award winning metalsmith Adi Toch. Adi Toch’s practice as a metalsmith centres on making engaging vessels and containers that investigate colour, movement, sound and tactility. Following a BA in Metal at Bezalel Art Academy in Jerusalem, Adi completed an MA at the Cass, London in 2009. Her work is exhibited internationally and has won prestigious awards including the Gold Award from The Goldsmiths’ Craft and Design Council in 2013. She was recently shortlisted for The Loewe Craft Prize and won a 2017 Wallpaper* Design Award. Adi is currently a lecturer at The Cass in London and a visiting lecturer at Bezalel Art Academy in Jerusalem.

'Vessels convey a story of gathering, holding, storing – from edge to edge and through a division of inside and outside they form boundaries between material and space. Pouring vessels have the duality of being able to both absorb and give.' Adi Toch, 2017.

Public Collections include:

Victoria & Albert Museum, London; National Museums Scotland, Edinburgh; Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge; Applied Arts Collection; The Jewish Museum, New York; Crafts Council permanent collection, London; The Goldsmiths’ Company, London; Turnov Museum, Czech Republic; and The National Museums Wales, Cardiff.

  • Patinated Dimple Bowls
    Adi Toch

    Patinated Dimple Bowls

    2017
    patina on silver plated base metal, selective high polished finish
    H:8 - 10cm D:15 - 20cm
    Price on Application
    Left sold
    Photograph: Nicola Tree
  • Droplets Vessels
    Adi Toch

    Droplets Vessels

    2017
    silver
    H:6-7cm W:5-6cm
    Price on Application
    Photograph: Nicola Tree
  • Adi Toch in her studio
    Adi Toch

    Adi Toch in her studio

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