Freddie Robins is one of the makers invited to select works from the Crafts Council Collection to create a ‘visual answer’ to the question – What does craft mean to you?
The result is Maker’s Eye, an exhibition which features over 150 objects – making it the largest ever showcase of objects from the extensive Crafts Council Collections and archives.
As well as being a selector Freddie Robins has also been selected. She has two works from the Crafts Council Collection exhibited in Maker’s Eye – Hand of Good, Hand of God (1997) and Crafts Kills (2002).
Maker’s Eye will open in the new Crafts Council Gallery in London. Exhibition runs from 2 January – 17 April 2021.
Crafts Council Gallery
44a Pentonville Road
(Freddie Robins, photographed with Allsorts by Judith Robson, Allerseelen by Hans Stofer and Match Pin by Gary Wright. 1 – 11 Floor Pad by Ann Sutton can be seen in the background (all held in the Crafts Council Collection), at her home. Photo: Jamie Stoker)