Paul Carter: Hotel Workers
An exhibitions of sculptures and assemblages by artist Paul Carter who explores the transitory nature of accommodation and labour through objects and in response to architectural space.
15 May – 4 July 2015, Exeter Phoenix, Exeter
www.a-n.co.uk/events/paul-carter-hotel-workers

Pavilion Open Exhibition 2015
Penarth’s fully restored Art Deco Pier Pavilion is an intriguing coastal location for an open submission exhibition. The gallery stages approximately 20 shows a year and the inaugural Open Exhibition, showcases works by 29 artists including Lucia Elena Jones, Robert Moon and Carmen Stahl.
19 May – 25 June 2015, Penarth Pier Pavilion, Wales
www.a-n.co.uk/events/pavilion-open-exhibition-2015

A Fold in the River
Artist Valerie Coffin Price has collaborated with award-winning poet Philip Gross on a book and exhibition based around Gross’ writings inspired by the environ of the River Taff. Revisiting this site, Price has mapped and drawn her own resulting response to the words and the place.
21 May – 31 May 2015, Hay-on-Wye, Powys, Wales
www.a-n.co.uk/events/a-fold-in-the-river-exhibition

Open Reading
Richard Taylor will be presenting his new performance ‘blue farm, roundhouse, hlâw’ during an event introduced by Maria Fusco, that culminates his ECA/ESW Research Residency in Art Writing. Several bookable slots are available for art writers who wish to use this space as a chance to test-read their work before a live audience.
23 May 2015, Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop, Edinburgh
www.a-n.co.uk/events/open-reading

Linear Mapping
Hannah Lamb, Carolyn Mendelsohn, Ann Davies and Kate Rawnsley are amongst over 100 artists and makers to take part in Saltaire Arts Trail. The four artists will be opening their studios at The Butterfly Rooms, presenting photography, lino cuts, paintings and an installation of threads forming a linear map and record of a walk.
23-25 May 2015, The Butterfly Rooms studios, Saltaire
www.a-n.co.uk/events/linear-mapping

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