NEWS


Emily Young: A Private Sales Exhibition
London, September 2018 – January 2019
For further details please see Christie's website

Locations

Christie’s
8 King Street
London SW1Y 6Q

St James’s Square
London SW1Y 4LE

St James’s Church
197 Piccadilly
London W1J 9LL

Neo Bankside (Tate Modern)
50 Holland Street
London SE1 9FU

The Greenhouse
27A Hay's Mews
London W1J 5NY

FACE OF STILLNESS II at Neo Bankside (Tate Modern)
BLUE SEA HEAD at Christie's
FACE OF STILLNESS I at Neo Bankside (Tate Modern)
SOLAR DISC I at St James's Square
AJUBA HEAD at St James's Square
GREEN LAKE HEAD at Christie's
STILLNESS BORN OF HISTORY at Neo Bankside (Tate Modern)
GREEN FLAME QUARZITE TORSO II at St James's Church
AMIATA WARRIOR HEAD at St James's Church
PERSIPNE at St James's Church
LARGE BLUE PURBECK HEAD at St James's Church
MOUNTAIN HEAD III at St James's SQUARE
RIVER FLOW TORSO at Christie's
STORM HEAD II at Neo Bankside (Tate Modern)
LOST MOUNTAIN HEAD I at St James's Square
VELTHA at St James's Church
RED TEAR at St James's Church
WIND HEAD at St James's Church

Emily Young "The Weeping Guardian" - La Casa dei Pesci
Permanent installation on the seabed at Talamone, Tuscany, Italy

This 12 tonne carved piece of Carrara marble (The Weeping Guardian) was laid 8 metres down on the sea floor off the coast of Tuscany, at Talamone in the summer of 2015.

It is one of a planned group of twenty five huge more or less carved stones put into the sea as part of a 5 year project to prevent illegal trawling along that coast line.

In due course more great stones will protect a further 130 kilometres of coast which illegal fishing trawlers have been ravaging for many years.
The sea bed there should be an abundance of sea-grass meadows, functioning as a marine nursery, the breeding and feeding place of multitudes. At the moment the sea bed is barren in many places, scraped bare and scarred by the illegal dragnet trawling form of fishing that has gone on in these waters.

Within months of their arrival these stones have become home to myriad life forms, including corals, fish plant life, star fish, crabs et etc, each in turn encouraging more plant life and sea creatures to return.

It's the result of the long time dream of local Talamone fisherman Paolo Fanciulle, (aka Paolo Pescatore), to bring his vision of a restored sea to reality.

This stone guardian of the waters, designed and carved by Emily Young with assistance from Louis Russell and Johnny Cass, will rest there for millennia, doing his quiet work.

More stone carvings will be going down this spring, 2019. (exact date to be confirmed as the installations are weather dependent.).

Emily Young Santa Croce. 2019


In March 2017, Emily Young's colossal Tempesta was unveiled at Godinton House and Gardens, Kent.
It is now on view to the public throughout the summer.
The gardens are open daily from 1pm - 6pm.
Godinton House