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Flowers & All We Do
by Johanna Tagada Hoffbeck

Johanna Tagada Hoffbeck's practice is built upon a commitment to extending art into daily life and, likewise, to incorporating everyday life into artistic practice. As an artist who gardens and an Ikebana student, Johanna enjoys caring, gazing, arranging and learning about flowers throughout all seasons. For the past years, she has created monochromatic works on paper, combining painting, collage and drawing techniques. A small selection of these have previously been published in The Plant Magazine and Journal du Thé. Flowers & All We Do is a collection of these artworks with many new pieces. The zine also featured a poem of the same title, written by the artist.

Johanna Tagada Hoffbeck (b.1990, Strasbourg, France) is a painter and interdisciplinary artist based in rural Oxfordshire (UK). Her practice, composed of painting, drawing, installation, sculpture, film, photography and writing, often conceals ecological messages rendered in soft and delicate methods. In several of the artist's projects, interaction with the environment and others plays a central role. Exhibitions include Contemporary Sculpture Fulmer (UK - 2023),  Do Not Step on the Flowowos (Camden Art Centre, UK - 2023), Dreaming About Tomorrow (Nidi Gallery, JP - 2022) and Caring & Tender (Terrace Square Photo, JP - 2022). In 2014, Johanna founded the positive and collaborative cultural project Poetic Pastel. In 2018, the artist co-founded the publication series Journal du Thé – Contemporary Tea Culture and in 2021 The Gardening Drawing Club.


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