3 - 26 June
Snape Maltings, Snape, Suffolk, IP17 1SP

Benney, Edwards and Smith present their work together in both familiar and unconventional spaces across the Snape Maltings site.

Although from differing disciplines, all three artists are connected by a deep reverence for the natural world and the human form, exploring connections between myth, religious iconography and ritual.

The New York-based multidisciplinary artist Smith exhibits her tapestries, sculptures and drawings for the first time at Snape.

With the 26ft tall Yoxman now a local landmark, Edwards’ bronze figures return to the Aldeburgh Festival fourteen years after his Creek Men guarded the estuary.

Benney follows his extraordinary 2020 Night Paintings projection event at Snape, with a showing of new paintings and digital art.

The exhibition is open daily across the Snape Maltings site. Visitors will start their exploration at the Pond Gallery HQ.

The exhibition is curated by Isabel de Vasconcellos, Messums Wiltshire.
Kiki Smith is represented by Timothy Taylor.

Exhibition talk 2.30pm on Sunday 5 June, Peter Pears Recital Room, Snape Maltings

The artists will discuss their work and relationship in a conversation

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Credit: Entombment, by Paul Benney (2021)
Credit: The Carrier II, by Laurence Edwards (2021)
Credit: Seer (Alice I), by Kiki Smith (2005)