Traces 1930s Exhibition

If you follow me on Facebook or twitter then you may remember me telling you about a secret exhibition I took part in last month, called Traces.

©Giovanna Del Sarto

©Giovanna Del Sarto

Traces is ‘a new concept in showcasing the very best Art and Design. An exciting, immersive, public event, inspired by the history of the building in which it is situated.’ For this exhibition Traces brought Holdrons, the 1930’s department store, back to life for two weeks. In the weeks and months leading up to the event, clues were revealed about its whereabouts and 1930s theme, adding to the suspense and buzz around the event.

©Giovanna Del Sarto

©Giovanna Del Sarto

I was delighted to be included in the exhibition, with my 1930s inspired Pavilion and Imperial fabrics, cushions and tea towels. As many of you know, much of my design inspiration comes from architecture and the history of buildings and so this exhibition was right up my street in more ways than one!

©Giovanna Del Sarto

©Giovanna Del Sarto

©Giovanna Del Sarto

©Giovanna Del Sarto

I hope you like the exhibition photographs, taken by Giovanna Del Sarto who was the official photographer for the event.

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