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(Un)questionable Self


28th & 29th June 2017
Opening Night: Tuesday 27th June, 6pm - 8pm `

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(Un)questionable Self


28th & 29th June 2017
Opening Night: Tuesday 27th June, 6pm - 8pm `

(Un)questionable Self brings together recent works by moving image artist Tulani Hlalo, Digital artist Bex Ilsley, Painter Carly Baker and Illustrator Andy Bennett. 

“Through my practice as an artist and curator I have become increasingly interested in issues surrounding sexual and gender identity and how this is represented and displayed in art galleries. (Un)questionable Self will explore how this is changing in the present, possible changes for the future and the methods of display and art practises that might facilitate these changes; using both traditional methods and advances in technology. The Exhibition will encompass themes of sexual, gender and racial identity to question the very nature of the unquestionable, one’s Self.” 

Carly Baker Exhibition Curator

                        

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Artists:

Bex Ilsley
- Carly Baker
- Andrew Bennett
- Tulani Hlalo

                           

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



EXHIBITION Information

This exhibition will be on display 28th & 29th June 2017

Mixed Media Exhibition

Open 11am - 6pm
 

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Polaroid Project. Instant people


Friday 21st July 2017, 6-8pm 

Polaroid Project. Instant people


Friday 21st July 2017, 6-8pm 

Solo Exhibition by Romanian film director and photographer Andreea Andrei.

"It's a project with people and about people. It's a simple way of trying to understand the human race. I'm trying to get to know people better by photographing them in a relaxed environment, one of their choosing. We are sucked in by social media, internet and smartphones. We forgot how a real analogue photography looks or smells like and how many emotions we can live, how many memories we can recall from a physical photograph, now we just posess huge stocks of digital memories, which may disappear in the blink of an eye. I want to bring back the instant analogue photography into the art scene. It's always a good idea to go back where it all (almost) started.

I want to make people understand that we still need analogue photography, maybe now more than ever. Everyone can own a digital camera and take pictures. But the beauty of analogue photography is that it gets you closer to the material, the real and palpable, in the face of the illusionary pixels. We shouldn't fade in technology, we shouldn't lose our humanity, I think it's our duty to take care of that. I think analogue photography is a part of that."

 

                        

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Artist:

- Andreea Andrei

www.andreeaandrei.com

                           

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



EXHIBITION Information

This exhibition will be on display 21st July 2017

Photography Exhibition

Open 6pm - 8pm
 

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Call for Artists - The Collage Show


12th - 25th September 2017

Call for Artists - The Collage Show


12th - 25th September 2017

In collaboration with MyMicroGallery

If interested please contact: stefaniacarrozzini@gmail.com
Deadline: 1st June 2017

www.stefaniacarrozzini.com
International Curatorial Projects
Milan. - New York - London - Berlin. - Miami
Catalogue.  Website.  Artist's Coach. Public Relations

                        

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Artists:

To be decided

                           

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



EXHIBITION Information

12th - 25th September 2017


 

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Soul Mosaic


30th September  - 8th October 2017
Opening Night: Saturday 30th September, 6-8pm

Soul Mosaic


30th September  - 8th October 2017
Opening Night: Saturday 30th September, 6-8pm

Soul Mosaic; new artworks by Daniel Clayton and Alisdair Shepherd. 

In this exhibition, Clayton and Shepherd have gathered inspiration from narratives found within the natural environment. Clayton's collages are layered and decretive, garnered from memory and the imagination using recycled paper collected out of magazines and catalogues to create a mosaic-like effect.  In exchange Shepherd's paintings portray a profoundly abstract interpretation; revealing his emotion and the emergence of the divine though the expressive nurturing of hue, tones and dramatic gestures of brush stroke across the canvas. 

                        

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Artists: 

- Alisdair Shepherd
www.40leaves.co.uk

- Daniel Clayton

 

 

                           

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



EXHIBITION Information

This exhibition will be on display 30th September - 8th October 2017

Mixed Media Exhibition

Open 11am - 6pm
 

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Body and Soul


22nd - 25th November 2017
Opening Night: Wednesday 22nd November, 6-8pm  

Body and Soul


22nd - 25th November 2017
Opening Night: Wednesday 22nd November, 6-8pm  

All Sculptures by Vojsava Fakhro.  
www.galleryv.co.uk

"Having qualified and practised as an architect for many years, I turned to sculpture in the '80s. This began with an introduction to clay modelling under the guidance of a portrait sculptor who had a profound influence on my development in that field. The human form was my main point of reference, and my preferred medium was clay. I enjoyed loosely piling lumps of this malleable material to form a likeness of the sitter; the heavily textured surface was to became my personal style.

I later progressed to wood and stone. With these materials I try to capture a flow in forms, still with the human body as my direct source of inspiration. Wood certainly lends itself to that flow (stone less so), where the grain often dictates which way the chisel goes:  though I am in control of the tools, there is an unpredictability which I find both daunting and exciting.

A piece of charred wood, found on a pile of smouldering wood in the Yorkshire Sculpture Park, and lovingly carried back to London, pointed towards a new direction. By selectively exposing my completed sculptures to a blow torch, I could introduce greater tonal contrast and texture to my work.

Experimenting with resin, cement, papier mache and metal (for which, sadly, I no longer have facilities) I can develop new techniques through using a variety of materials. Light has played an important part in some of my work and I intend to incorporate more of this in future."

 

 

                        

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Artist: 

Vojsava Fakhro

                           

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



EXHIBITION Information

Body and Soul will run from 22nd - 25th November 2017

Sculpture Exhibition

Opening hours 11am - 6pm Daily