On Saturday 8 December, artist Richard Healy hosted a dinner at Park Hill, Sheffield. The dinner was a monochrome celebration of Pantone® 17-1463 Tangerine Tango*
‘Tangerine Tango*, a spirited reddish orange, continues to provide the energy boost we need to recharge and move forward,' says Leatrice Eiseman, executive director of the Pantone Color Institute®. It also features heavily in Urban Splash's redevelopment of Park Hill. Commissioned by Jerusalem, Richard Healy hosted the private dinner for a small group of guests in the show apartments of Park Hill.
Richard Healy (b.1980, London, where he currently lives and works)
Richard Healy’s works often take the form of prototypes, blueprints or future possibilities for objects. Recent solo exhibitions include Vetiver, Marian Cramer Projects, Amsterdam (2012); But Mr Architect!, Furnished Space, London (2012); Strategies for Building, Outpost, Norwich (2011). Recent groups exhibitions include Dumb, The Brno House of Art, Brno (2012); Informal, Or-bits.com (2012); Hey Guys!, Fotograf, Prague (2011). His work was presented as part of Young British Art (selected by Ryan Gander), Limoncello, London (2011) and Bloomberg New Contemporaries, Manchester and London (2009).
Dinner for Pantone® 17-1463 Tangerine Tango is commissioned as part of JERUSALEM.
Taking the form of collective journeys, JERUSALEM is an ongoing project that commissions artists to make work informed by, housed within or seeking alliance with selected architectural sites across the UK. The second chapter of JERUSALEM takes place from 7 to 9 December, 2012. Participating artists are: David Raymond Conroy, Richard Healy and Mary Hurrell.