Our exhibition PLACE: Relinking, Relating, Relaying closes this Saturday at 4pm, so there is still time to make it over to the Ruskin Gallery to take a look and enjoy the range of works on show. Don’t miss Barbara Stefani’s alphabet paintings Only For Adults that are along the balcony wall, and listen in to Susi Gutierrez as she goes for a series of Doodle Walks. Also on the balcony you can read about the original trip to Italy, Austria, Slovenia and Bosnia Herzegovina (kindly sponsored by a-n The Artist Newsletter) which was the catalyst for the show and explains…
When and Where Were You Happiest?
The answer is: Gallery 9 on Norfolk Street this Tuesday – Saturday between 11am-5pm, where there is still time to answer Jo Miller‘s intriguing and surprisingly provocative question. You can also see the many different answers so far received. Also at the gallery, don’t miss Neil Horsefield‘s large scale acrylic paintings dealing with themes of location, memory and translation. Neil will be in the gallery on Tuesday and Wednesday – call in and have a chat about his work and ideas. Plus the ALL Shop, Maja Rubinic‘s interactive painting project and videos by Bryan Eccleshall and SIX collective.
PLACE Artist Talk
Join us this Wednesday at 4pm when Nerma Cridge will talk about her work Comm(o)nism, her experiences of the former Yugoslavia and its transition from communism to capitalism, and her exploration of Tito’s secret nuclear bunker. This promises to be a fascinating insight into a country that no longer exists. Meet at the Ruskin Gallery at 3.45pm for 4pm start. All welcome. No booking required.