Liz Foster at York Open Studios
Textile artist Liz Foster is opening her studio to the public as part of the city-wide York Open Studios event. As well as showcasing her humorous typographic home furnishings and bold 2D works, Foster will run a range of multi-media demonstrations over the two days.
25 – 26 April 2015, York Eco Centre & various locations, York
Clive A Brandon Travelogue: Northern European Residencies 2013 – 2014
The result of Clive A Brandon’s 20 month journey through Northern Europe, this exhibition connects six bodies of work that the artist developed during residencies in Norway, Scotland, Sweden, Iceland and the Shetland Islands. Adopting an artistic process akin to a Situationist derive, each body of work is distinctly influenced by the location of its making.
27 April – 5 June 2015, The Briggait, Glasgow
Eleven members of The London Group take the metaphor of the Bridge as a starting point to explore the inter-connections between their works, ideas of transformation and cultural or psychological divides and meeting points.
28 April – 9 May 2015, The Cello Factory, London SE1
An exhibition of three painters, Celia Cook, Vanessa Jackson and Brandon Taylor, which explores the painting as object. The abstract works in this show play with our sense of perception and create an energy through the relationships of the geometrical forms that complement and jostle each other within the tightly concentrated spaces of each canvas.
1 – 30 May 2015, ARTHOUSE1, Bermondsey, London SE1
The Stove Network are celebrating their return to their multipurpose arts venue, The Stove, with a special commission from Mark Lyken and Emma Dove. The two artists developed the film and sound installation during a six month residency with the public art organisation when they toured Dumfries and Galloway, using a black cab as their studio, to interview people about their relationship to the region.
2 May 2015, preview 7pm, The Stove, Dumfries
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