FLOWERS 2018 (Chelsea Flower Show)

Having exhibited her CUBA exhibition at Partridge’s Café in Duke of York’s Square, King’s Road, Harriet was asked to exhibit during Chelsea Flower Show with a ‘Botanical’ theme.
Brocket is broadening her work into ‘homes and gardens’ so this seemed fitting.
Showing now until 4th June 2018.

CUBA 2017

Having lived and worked in Madrid & Buenos Aires, Harriet’s love for the latino way-of-life fuelled a long term desire to visit Cuba. Harriet originally visited Cuba in March 2007 and returned again in March 2017, one decade on. The images in this collection reflect different aspects of Cuba, its people and its culture providing an insight into the vibrancy of Cuban life.

Brocket was asked to exhibit her CUBA images at the world launch of the new limited edition Cohiba cigar ‘El Talismán’ on 7 November 2017. The exhibition then continued until 30 November 2017 at Grace, Belgravia, London, SW1 and then at DigitasLBI at The Truman Brewery, Brick Lane, London. CUBA then moved to Partridge’s Café on King’s Road, London.

Please contact if you would like to arrange a viewing.

Photos from the exhibition:

Harriet Brocket - The ImpalaHarriet Brocket - The Cuban WayHarriet Brocket - Vintage VolumesHarriet Brocket - DominoesHarriet Brocket - The Conqueror's ClassicHarriet Brocket - La TorcedoraHarriet Brocket - SewingHarriet Brocket - The Drying BarnHarriet Brocket - Guarding the FlagHarriet Brocket - The Manager's DeskHarriet Brocket - The Sorting OfficeHarriet Brocket - Old HavanaHarriet Brocket - The Corner CaféHarriet Brocket - La EntradaHarriet Brocket - Arte AutobienalHarriet Brocket - Callejón de Hamel (1)Harriet Brocket - Callejón de Hamel (2)Harriet Brocket - CheHarriet Brocket - Cuban Classics (1) - Blue PhilipsHarriet Brocket - Cuban Classics (2) - New WheelsHarriet Brocket - Cuban Classics (3) - Pink ImpalaHarriet Brocket - Cuban Classics (4) - TaxisHarriet Brocket - Cuban Classics (5) - Broken DownHarriet Brocket - Cuban Classics (6) - Yellow Dulcinea

Invisible City

Invisible City explores the context in which an artist will often view the world around them, they find a perpective that may be invisible to a passive glance. Within this collection, Brocket presents a passing glimpse of worldwide cities that may no longer even exist, buildings that themselves hide people to make them invisible, that use camoflage to be something other than they may appear to be, captured moments in places that disappear…. beyond invisible.

Harriet Brocket - Invisible City Harriet Brocket - Invisible City

Photos from the exhibition:

Harriet Brocket - The Glorious DeadHarriet Brocket - PalmyraHarriet Brocket - Reflections of VeniceHarriet Brocket - Facade FusionHarriet Brocket - Jazz Muralist-1Harriet Brocket - Jazz Muralist-2Harriet Brocket - New YorkHarriet Brocket - Old HavanaHarriet Brocket - Moscow MixHarriet Brocket - San Francisco NightlifeHarriet Brocket - Moscow LimoHarriet Brocket - Holy ReadingsHarriet Brocket - The DhobiHarriet Brocket - The Family BusinessHarriet Brocket - The Souk, AleppoHarriet Brocket - Palace of Winds