Category Archives: Exhibitions

Sally Kindberg displays Surprise Packaging at the Art Workers Guild Table Top Museums event

Last weekend I added my Museum of Surprise Packaging to twenty-nine other collections of the strange and wonderful for one day only at an annual Art Workers Guild special event, the Table Top Museums.  Last year I displayed my Museum … Continue reading

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Sally Kindberg, a St Francis exhibition and the Isle of Arran

Last week I visited the National Gallery to see an exhibition about St Francis of Assisi, which I recommend.  The image detail above is by Craigie Aitchison showing St Francis with two doves visiting the island of Arran.  Inspired by … Continue reading

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When Sally Kindberg and her robots went south

Last week I visited the Bargehouse on the river Thames’s south bank, site of a remarkable exhibition twenty-five years ago, held at the Museum Of, and organised by curator Clare Patey. During the exhibition, a film crew from Welsh TV … Continue reading

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Sally Kindberg visits a Yayoi Kusama takeover at Harrods (on a Tuesday)

I love polka dots!  Yesterday (a Tuesday btw) I headed for Harrods where images of artist Yayoi Kusama took over over some of the store, including outside and in the store windows, with the help of Louis Vuitton.  What fun!  … Continue reading

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Sally Kindberg’s Museum of Dust again

After its journey from Cornwall to the Art Workers Guild this summer, my small, travelling Museum of Dust is now at Swedenborg House, from December 10th but check Swedenborg House for opening times.

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Sally Kindberg’s 2017 notebook, Swedenborgian dust, and a missing tortoise?

Recently I looked at one of my notebooks from 2017 which recorded an exploratory visit to Swedenborg House, and another with its director. A pencilled note on a Post-It fell out of the notebook’s pages and I can’t remember the … Continue reading

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Sally Kindberg’s Museum of Dust moves to Swedenborg House

Earlier this week my small, travelling Museum of Dust was installed at Swedenborg House, Bloomsbury, London and can be viewed there from December 5th.  Amongst the tiny samples is a bottle of dust from mysterious eighteenth century books stored in … Continue reading

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Sally Kindberg’s Museum of Dust at an Artworkers Guild exhibition

How do I collect minute samples of dust for my Museum, I was asked? So I gave a technical (ahem) demonstration using my dolls’ house dustpan and brush. The Museum of Dust appeared for one day only at the Artworkers … Continue reading

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Sally Kindberg in Cornwall (part two)

I visited Cornwall recently to collect my small travelling Museum of Dust – its next stop is to briefly join an exhibition at the Art Workers Guild, then on to Swedenborg House (where I sometimes run workshops), later this year.  … Continue reading

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Sally Kindberg in Cornwall again

A couple of weeks ago I returned to Falmouth, to walk (it’s a kind of meditation process for me), and to collect my Museum of Dust which has been on display and part of the Cabinet of Folklore and Magic … Continue reading

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