News

  • STUMPS / FUTURE METEORITES

    We are very happy to present our first solo exhibition of 2019, showing the work of multi-disciplinary artist, Christopher Jarratt. Stumps / Future Meteorites explores a future where origins and remains of life act as portals to a past event.
  • The Bakemonger comes to Kobi & Teal


    For our second event of 2018, we'll be getting festive up and down St Catherine's Frome. Head to Frome on Saturday 15th December from 12-7pm for food, music & independent shopping, all with a decidedly festive twist! Many of our wonderful shops will be hosting pop-up events as an additional offering on the day.

    We are very much looking forward to welcoming The Bakemonger into our shop.
    Artisan baker Helen Bakunowicz will be adorning our window with a sophisticated display of her 'edible tapestries', unique in flavour and design. We can't wait!

    We were delighted to design the poster for the event this time round, using the beautiful Catherine Hill illustration by Clare Halifax, originally created for Kobi & Teal as a five colour Screen Print, available to buy in-store and online.

  • London Showcase at 67 York Street coming very soon

    For one week only, we are very excited that a considered selection of Kobi & Teal objects and artwork will be available at 67 York Street in Marylebone London.

    Showcasing a contemporary collection of interior accessories, lighting, furniture and jewellery alongside original artwork, the offering promises to be a rich and engaging experience for a new audience. 

    This offering represents Kobi & Teal’s enthusiasm for the individual and the fantastic group of talented independent designers, makers and artists we work with. Visitors have a great opportunity to find new discoveries, unique Christmas gifts and beautiful items for the home. Not to be missed!

    Open Monday 19th – Saturday 24th November 10am – 6pm
    (Thursday 10am-8pm)

    67 York Street, London W1H 1Q.

  • Gina Soden Q&A at Kobi & Teal

    We are delighted to be welcoming Gina Soden into the gallery for a Q&A session on Saturday 8th September at 11am. 

    Soden breathes a sense of life into the scenes of her photography, hinting at narrative with studied compositions...The compositions feature derelict asylums, long since closed schools, ex-military compounds and famous city power stations in various stages of decay. The results are striking and poignant, at once both edgy in their contemporary aesthetic and nostalgic in their ruinous beauty.

    Kate Bryan
    Arts Broadcaster and Head of Collections Soho House and Co

    Come and hear some fascinating stories of the featured buildings in our current exhibitions and see some of her more recent work. As space is limited, we are asking for people to contact us to reserve a place.