Tanya Ling Studio


Tanya joins Harper’s / 17th December 2021

Tanya joins Harper’s / 17th December 2021


We are delighted to announce that Tanya will now be represented exclusively in the US by Harper Levine and his gallery Harper’s, who presented Tanya’s show, Let it come to me, in East Hampton during the summer.

Founded in 1997, Harper’s was built on Harper Levine’s decades-long career as a rare book and photography dealer operating out of 87 Newton Lane, East Hampton, a space he originally shared with Glenn Horowitz. A second space, Harper’s Apartment situated on the Upper East Side of NYC was added (2016) to his enterprise that focussed exclusively on contemporary art. Locations in Chelsea, NYC and Los Angeles have also recently been added.

An exhibition of new work by Tanya is scheduled to take place at Harper’s LA in the Fall of 2022.

Visit Harper’s website here.

The Carriage Hall Editions / 25th November 2021

The Carriage Hall Editions / 25th November 2021


Announcing the launch of two new silkscreen prints

Carriage Hall Positif and Carriage Hall Négatif

Available now in our shop


Other news from the studio

Tanya is currently artist-in-residence at London Secondary School
Haberdashers’ Aske’s Academy, London SE1

November 2021 – February 2022




8115 Melrose Avenue
Los Angeles
CA 90046

Friday 1st October – Saturday 6th November 2021

Tanya Ling Studio is delighted to announce Tanya’s participation in Melrose, the inaugural exhibition at Harper’s new space in LA. For further information visit harpersgallery.com.

Let it come to me

Let it come to me


87, Newtown Lane
East Hampton
NY 11937

Saturday 24th July – Wednesday 26th August 2021

A solo exhibition of new paintings. Tanya Ling’s first in the USA. For further information, visit harpersgallery.com.



Tanya Ling Studio + Feldspar

Tanya Ling Studio + Feldspar


Tanya Ling Studio is delighted to announce a one-day exhibition of new fine bone china sculptures produced in collaboration with Feldspar, the young and dynamic ceramic studio ran by Jeremy and Cath Brown in rural Devon, on the edge of Dartmoor.

Titled after natural occurring wells and springs found on Dartmoor National Park, the names of the new works, such as Coppathorn Spring and Chapel Lands Spring, connect the works with some of Ling’s most recent paintings named after French fountains, Fontaine des Mers Place de la Concorde Paris, and Fontaine Saint-Sulpice.

The sculptures treat Feldspar’s beautifully crafted drinkware, dinnerware and serveware like found objects – in the readymade tradition of art-making. They fall into three distinct groups; conjoined hand painted teapots, bowls and plates, biscuit fired sculptural pile-ups with grouting and glazed fine bone china signed, ‘T.Ling’ in ultramarine blue.

The collaboration echoes that of Pablo Picasso’s ceramics produced with Suzanne and Georges Ramié some 75 years ago – and follows a path of artist forays into this utilitarian material, from Duchamp’s Fountain, to Méret Oppenheim’s Le Déjeuner en fourrure to the sculpted works of Lucio Fontana, Hannah Wilke and Edmund de Waal.

The exhibition will mark the end of Tanya Ling’s six-month residency at The Carriage Hall where the sculptures will be shown.


Tanya Ling + Feldspa

The Carriage Hall
29 Floral Street
London WC2E 9DP

Saturday 22nd May 2021
11am – 8pm


For images, availability and pricing please email studio@tanyaling.com