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‘Field Work’ pop-up shop + ‘Weird Folk’ gallery this week in Spitalfields

Prints, knits, antiques, clothes, tools, artwork and oh yes taxidermy – these are among promises for the ‘Field Work’ pop-up shop and gallery this week only.

Tue 15th March 2011 – Sun 20th March 2011

65 Hanbury Street, London E1 5JP

Written by Jessica Furseth

Category: Art

Huw Griffith

Contributing artists and designers include Huw Griffith, Caitlin Hinshelwood, Jazmine Miles-Long and Rose de Borman, plus Shipping Forecast Knits, Elementary Design and Kitty Farrow Books to name some. The 'Field Work' pop-up shop will have ranges especially commissioned for the shop, and downstairs is the gallery showing ‘Weird Folk’. New works, prints and objects will be on display from Neal Jones, Betsy Dadd and Maxwell Wade.

This is the second ‘Field Work’ shop – the first was described as “a real creative haven” by Vogue and organisers Rose and Caitlin of Hinshelwood de Borman promise more in the same spirit this time; unusual objects and good craftsmanship plus “a gentle sense of humour”.

We will drop by and report back on what we find.

Field Work runs between 15th and 20th March in Spitalfields, at 65 Hanbury Street, London E1 5JP. The shop and gallery is open Wednesday to Saturday 11am to 6pm and on Sunday 10am to 6pm. Cash or cheque only.