Gallery4allarts - Newsletter 2007
March - April - May 2007
27th April to 3rd June
You are invited to an exciting new exhibition at the Kitchen Gallery:
“You Are Here”
Private View 29th April 1.30-4pm.
Confirm your free entry to Norton Priory's Walled Garden by RSVPing
You Are Here explores the notion of location in many contexts; spatial,
With artists including Nicola Dale, David Lunt, Julie Jones, Jane
The positions of boarders and edges have always fascinated artists. Each of the invited artists showing in this exhibition at the Kitchen Gallery considers these shifting parameters in different ways; by use of objects or paint each artist explores a distinct site to create unique and engaging dialogues on the theme.
Whether the metaphor is mutated toys falling through space (Jane Fairhurst) to explore the distance which our consumer desirables travel to reach us, or the gap between solid and gaseous states (Susan Toler), You Are Here will connect the viewer with a special sense of the artists' perception of place.
Exhibition continues from 27th April to 3rd June.
Opening times Fri-Sun & Bank Holiday Mondays 1.30-4.30 and by appointment.
Entry fee to Gardens
Adults £4.95, Children/concs £3.25/
under 5s free but
The Kitchen Gallery, Norton Priory Museum & Gardens, Runcorn, Cheshire, WA7 1SX
Tel: 01928 577 487/0772 987 3001
Meet the Artist talks will be held at Norton Priory Museum's Clore Suite throughout May. Please contact the Kitchen Gallery to reserve a place though just turning up is fine too.
Check the website http://www.kitchengallery.uk.com for
details of future exhibitions
28 April - 2 June 2007
An exhibition of work
by Alex Corina and Ian C. Taylor.
Opening hours: Tue, Thurs, Fri, Sat, Sunday, from 2pm to 8.30pm
Contact: tel. 01517275355 or 07989432537
Ashworth – “No
Invited to exhibit by Tony Dash from the Sefton Arts Development Leisure Services, Richard Ashworth shows paintings, drawings, assemblages made from non-traditional and re-cycled materials at the Wishbone gallery, Orrell Arts Centre in Bootle. The exhibition is open until the 4th of May 2006 and it worth a visit for sure.
A surprising collection
of works made of unconventional and recycled materials such as plastic
bags, paraffin wax, salvaged wood, matches,
dried dates, hair.
Exhibition open: March
19 - 4 May 2007
Venue: Wishbone gallery, Orrell Arts Centre
Please contact Tony
Dash at the Sefton Arts Development Leisure
27th April - 26th May
First gallery show of
2007 The Royal Standard presents Everything's Special, an exhibition
Preview: Thursday 26th April, 6.30pm - 9.30pm
Open: 27th April - 26th
May, Thursday, Friday and Saturday 12 - 5 and by appointment.
Support your local artists
online at artinliverpool.com with the:
26 April - 21 May 2007
Wednesday 18th April
"Singers and Songwriters at the Royal Standard"
@The Royal Standard, 2 Grey Street, off Windsor St, Liverpool L8 1XN.
Beales - shanebeales.com myspace.com/shanebeales
Marc Sunderland from Peter and the Wolf myspace.com/peterandthewolfmusic
Cost: Free (Donations for the artists and PA hire most welcome!)
12th April until 18th April
Exhibition of Chinese paintings and Calligraphy by:
Jun-Qi Lui, Wen-Long Jia, Wen-Chang Wong
Curated by Xia Lu
@ Liverpool Anglican Cathedral
artist Liu Junqi
Works by Xia Lu
Visiting hours: 10.00am - 4.00pm
Exhibition Opening: 12th April 6.00pm. Drinks and Buffet.
RSVP 0151 -7093688 firstname.lastname@example.org
Read more here about the exhibition:
Artists and Curator visiting the Grange, Liverpool
26-29th of April 2007
RCC - Romanian Cultural Centre in London announces:
One of the most important dates in the Romanian cultural calendar in the UK for the year 2007:
IMPERFECT, FUTURE CONTINUOUS"
The Festival will take place during 26-29 April 2007,
at the Curzon Mayfair, 38 Curzon Street, London W1J 7TY.
The films we present in this year’s edition are:
• Feature films:
12:08 East of Bucharest (Directed by Corneliu Porumboiu;
Cannes debut prize 2006), The Paper will be Blue (Radu
Muntean), Love Sick (Tudor Giurgiu),
The Way I spent the End of the World (Catalin Mitulescu);
Have we made you curious about this, now? If the answer is ‘YES’, you might want to learn more about the Festival and see the full programme, an introduction to the Festival, outlines of the films, biographies and selected filmographies of the directors, and some film critique.
Nothing simpler: just click on the picture above to be redirected to the site of the Festival. Should that fail, please click on www.romanianculturalcentre.org.uk/filmfestival
The tickets for all the films in the Festival are already on sale. Considering the great interest generated by our festival in 2006, we are expecting a good number of cinema fans, so please book in advance, when possible.
The Festival is organised by the Romanian Cultural Centre in London, with The Ratiu Foundation UK, The National Centre of Cinematography, Bucharest, Curzon Cinemas, and The Embassy of Romania in the UK.
‘Why this title?’ you might ask. In short, we have chosen this name because we believe that the concept of the Festival – Past Imperfect, Future Continuous – plays on the strengths and weaknesses of modern Romania. One could say that that single line is a synopsis of the country’s history. We all know what our imperfect past was – communist dictatorship. After 1989, Romania entered years of transition, a transition that hasn’t ended and still has no clear end in sight. Only the entry into the EU has managed to bring a sense of timing to this problem. This is our ‘future continuous’.
The film directors in this festival try to make various pieces of the puzzle fall into place. Our festival aims to present an image of Romania which is unknown in the UK.
At the core of this year’s programme are a number of daring, irreverent, often hilarious takes on Romania’s past imperfect. Many of the film-makers included in the programme invite a meditation on the uses of imagery in the construction of an idea of history and historical consciousness. Some of them touch on the production of historical memory, and on the collisions and collusions among individual and collective memories.
Past Imperfect, Future Continuous is an invitation to see some of the best Romanian films of recent years.
Friday 27 April
Saturday 28 April
Sunday 29 April
For full introduction to the Festival, full programme, outlines of the films, critique and other details, please access the Festival’s website on www.romanianculturalcentre.org.uk/filmfestival
Organisers: The Romanian Cultural Centre in London, The Ratiu Foundation
UK, The National Centre of Cinematography (CNC) in Bucharest, Embassy
of Romania in the UK, Curzon Cinemas
13th and 14th April
@ Dragon Bar, Liverpool
Musicians from Japan - a band called "fockea crispa" arrived in Liverpool yesterday and
they will be playing in Dragon Bar today at 7pm. Free admission.
They will be also playing
on Saturday 14th April in Everyman Bistro
Listen to style selection:
Friday 6th April - Sunday 29th April 2007
Paddy Gould's studio exhibition: 'TUBER VOLCANO'
@Studios located below The Royal Standard, 2 Grey Street, off Windsor St, Liverpool L8 1XN.
Friday 6th April - Sunday 29th April
The Gallery is a temporary
space located in the studios beneath The Royal Standard,
accessed through the old beer hatch (visitors enter at their own
risk). Please call at The Royal Standard for entry.
"It's a refreshingly fun show and will be well worth a visit, ..."(Eleanor Hawkridge)
"It is believed that the Hawaiian Islands-Emperor Seamount chain occured as the result of magma from a single well, bursting through weak points in the Earth's crust as it moved laboriously overhead. The volcanoes themselves being no more than holes breached through rock and the islands the violent and sporadic build up of lava.
The centrepiece of the Tuber Volcano exhibition is a beautiful but innocuous fibre-optic flower display. Initially conceived by the artist as the eye of a volcano monster, it is a gentle, if crass, symbol of funnelled power. Thinking of the blossoming Volcano and the Tuber as simple allusions was the beginning of these sculptures. Made of unprocessed and often discarded materials and strung together by a loose logic these scanty and hopeful sculptures are in various states of becoming.
The flower display itself has already passed through the exhibitions 'Objects In Waiting' and 'GIFT' (Daniel Simpkins and Penny Whitehead) as an artifact. These exhibitions' objects used to highlight hidden aspects of artists' practice and the nature of exchange. The fibre-optics now sit surrounded by the art they made possible. The eye of an opening volcano." (Paddy Gould)
Until 14th of April
artinliverpool.com has announced last week the launch of The Liverpool Turner 2007.
Nominate a Merseyside artist for The Turner Prize
The official Turner Prize 2007 takes place at Tate Liverpool later
Director of artinliverpool.com, Ian Jackson, says: "This is not an 'alternative Turner' its just a bit of fun to help raise awareness of both the official Turner Prize and Merseyside artists."
artinliverpool.com now has 120,000 visitors a month, over 50% from
"We will try and source a good prize from somewhere but can't promise."
There are loads of great local artists so please go to the ArtInLiverpool
‘Life drawing and sketching workshops’
Starting at: 36
Ullet Road, Liverpool, L17 3BP
Charge is £12/per hour (concession £9/per hour), if only up to 3 people joining or £9/per hour (conc. £5/per hour) if 4 or more people join the workshop.
You are ask to bring your easels and boards if necessary and your own materials if you have any preferences, otherwise boards (size 50x50cm) , paper, bamboo sticks and ink offered.
For more details, please contact Nicole Bartos:
21 April - 13th May
@Almiro Gallery, Liverpool
Hepworth is a local Liverpool artist who after graduating from
Her work consists of abstract paintings were she has explored the
use of acrylic
The technique is primarily what Victoria has a keen interest in,
and how the
Victoria's paintings have a simplistic approach which penetrates
into the inner
Monday 2nd April - Friday 4th May
'A Surface of Stories'
Artist: Peter Dove
@Cornerstone Gallery, Liverpool Hope University, 1 Haigh Street, Liverpool, L3 8QB
“It is an attempt
to make sense of the chaotic diary of my memory: New Brighton,
*the discarded and loved not, and half forgotten.
It is the detail, the minute crystals of history strewn anonymously
investigative journey through memory and artistic practice
For directions of how to get to the gallery please visit
28th March to 10th April
29th March to 11th April
Digital Show 2 - Call For Entries
Above information courtesy from artinliverpool.com
Thursday 19th April
Silent Auction Evening - by Dot-art
threatening or life limiting conditions and their families from Merseyside, Cheshire, North Wales
and the Isle
Monday 2nd April to Friday 4th May
'A Surface of Stories' by Peter Dover
Private view on Friday 30th March, 6-8pm at The Cornerstone Gallery, Liverpool.
Exhibition open Monday 2nd April to Friday 4th May.
“It is an attempt to make sense of the chaotic diary of my memory: New Brighton, the fairground, the docks, the river, the sounds *
*the discarded and loved not, and half forgotten.
It is the detail, the minute crystals of history strewn anonymously together, a grit of experience. A surface of stories.”
Peter Dover’s investigative journey through memory and artistic practice informed by personal experience, provides a compelling exhibition full of surprises.
For directions of how to get to the gallery please visit
Friday 30th March
Meet Hollywood's Hottest artist - Todd White
For one night only.
Official artist of the 2007 Grammy Awards in his first ever UK Gallery tour!
@Rennies Gallery, Liverpool
Rennies Arts& Crafts, 61-63 Bold Street, Liverpool, L1 4EZ
Telephone: 0151 7080599
29 March - 22 April
Group Exhibition Curated by HeadSpace
Featuring artwork by: Jason Bold; Karen Henley; Pam Holstein; Hamish MacDonald; Andrew Reid
Opening: Thursday 29th March 2007; 7pm - 9pm
Duration: 29/03/07 - 22/04/07
Venue: EggSpace; 16-18 Newington; Liverpool; L1 4DE
from 20th March to 15th April
The Wrong Place (Pocket/Bag/Suitcase)
An exhibition @ SITE Gallery by the Royal Standard ( 2 Grey Street, Liverpool, L8 1XN)
Open Wednesday-Sunday 12-4pm, and is in the far corner of the Albert Dock, next to Pan American bar.
The Wrong Place is open at SITE until Sunday 15th April.
from 23rd March to 14th April
Robert Pearson - Exhibition of Paintings
@Almiro Gallery, 45 Mersey View Waterloo, Liverpool L22 6QA
Gallery open 7 days a week; Monday to Friday 9am-6pm, Saturday to sunday 12-6pm
12 March - 26 March
'HeadSpace @ EggSpace', The Egg Cafe
'Connecting Cultures' exhibition (12-26 March), which under the title 'Life in 3'
explores the themes of Memory, Peace & Freedom through a film, music, visual arts and other artistic expressions.
A performance evening with music,film and poetry will take place on Monday 19 March.
Please note that the venue, The
Egg Cafe, doesn't have
We hope you can visit this exciting exhibition with artwork from many different countries.
To read more about Sola Arts please, click here.
To read a press release, please click here.
To read an exhibition review please, click here.
March 19 - 4 May 2007
Richard Ashworth shows paintings, drawings, assemblages
made from non-traditional and re-cycled materials
10th March to 7th April
by Andy Fung
onto the wall of the gallery, the artist gives his intuitive
to the architecture of the
space, while also referencing The
as a centre of law enforcement.
23rd of February - 23rd of March 2007
An exhibition at The Cornerstone Gallery, Liverpool guest curated by Arthur Roberts from Loop Gallery.
Private View - Thursday 22nd February, 6-8pm
Loop, which is the city's foremost independent promoter of abstract art on Merseyside is bringing this collection together to spotlight the celebration of today’s living homegrown artists.
This pioneering exhibition consists of thirty abstract artists who work in and around the City of Liverpool and have contributed to a new vibrant resurgence of visual arts.
The artists represent a new Avant-Garde which is filled with dynamic colourful energy whose diverse approaches make an inspiring landmark upon Liverpool’s cultural renaissance. The works on show range from colourful painted compositions, print, photography, constructions and sculpture all encapsulating a driving force of intrigue and contemplation.
This show represents the heart of the creative community of Liverpool, these are the artists who highlighted the creative bedrock which Capital of Culture was built upon. When the all flashing and dancing lights are slightly dimmed these are the practitioners who will constantly add colour to Liverpool’s cultural landscape.
Loop organizer Arthur Roberts says,
Ashworth, Craig Atkinson, Nicole
Beckett, Derek Boak,
Liverpool Hope University, 1 Haigh Street, Liverpool,
For directions of how to get to the gallery please visit
from 5th of March 2007
Polychrome sculpture by Mariana Gordan
@the Romanian Cultural Institute, 1 Belgrave Square, London, SW1X8PH
An exhibition of new polychrome sculpture by Mariana Gordan. The evening will start with an exclusive performance by Monica Madas puppeteer & jazz singer, recently awarded the 2006 debut award with the 'Doina Jazzului' project.
Food and refreshments Monday, March 5th 2007, 6.30 PM at the Romanian Cultural Institute,
1 Belgrave Square, London, SW1X8PH
RSVP: Romanian Cultural Institute
T: 020 7752 0134 E: email@example.com
Information courtesy of Romanan Cultural Institute, London
9 February - 5 April 2007
Open Eye Gallery, Liverpool
29th January to 27th March 2007
"Portraits of Great Composers and Musicians" by Wong Li Xian
Wong has always been very fond of classical music and attends various classical music concerts, holding a pencil in his hand as he listens to the music to capture the image of the musicians. He emphasises that drawing out the musician's spirit is more important than creating photo-realistic images. Wong believes that pens have power to connect with music and that his works, therefore, have a musical resonance.
Portraits include some of the great classical composers such as Bach, Mozart, Brahms, Puccini and Wagner as well as contemporary musicians.
This is Wong Li Xian's first UK exhibition and is curated
by Liverpool-based artist
All works are available to purchase.
from 17th of February to 31st of March 2007
'Paintings by Gerald Cains RWA'
@ Lark Lane Atelier, 33 Lark lane, Aigburth, Liverpool L17 8VW
'A realist painter, influenced by the Camden Town artists and the London group.'
Private View Sat. 17th Febr, 5-8pm
Open Thursday and Friday, 10.30am until 1.00pm and again from 5.00pm till 8.30pm
Open Saturday and Sunday 12.00pm until 5.00pm
tel. 0151 727 5355 or 07989 432537
12 january to 20 April 2007
Works on paper- Joash Woodrow 1927-2006
@University of Liverpool Art Gallery, 3 Abercromby Square, Liverpool L69 7WY
Open Monday to friday 12 noon to 4pm
Thursday 15 March, 1pm
Gallery talk: "The solitary art of Joash Woodrow", by Andrew Stewart of 108 Fine Arts
t: 0151 7942348, e: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tease Art Fair
held close to Cologne Central Railway Station, Cologne
Opening: Wednesday, the 18'th of April 2007
Duration: Thursday, the 19'th - Sunday the 22'nd of April 2007
0049 - 30 - 40 50 41 74
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