Gallery4allarts - Newsletter

Welcome to the 2007 Newsletter page!

Please, click links below. Thank you.

January-February-March, March-April -May, May-June -July, July-August-September, October-November-December

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October - November - December 2006


22 December 2007

@The Grange, 36 Ullet Road, Liverpool

Join us for the closing event of "Artists and Identity" show.


from 15th of December 2007

!! Christmas offers@ Gallery4allarts:

20% discount when buying any works by Nicole Bartos and free delivery for Liverpool area,only!

visit exhibition venue, or browse the gallery; offers available until 29th Dec '07 only!

Contact the artist: 07756912911

More Christams offers and discounts: Richard Ashworth' work and Art classes/ workshops for 2008

Contact gallery if interested. Thank you.


"Artists and Identity"
(5th of November - Saturday 22nd of December 2007)

Join in for poetry reading, live music (acoustic) and 'meet the artists' on:
Saturdays of 8th, 15th, 22nd December 2007,
4.00pm - 6.30pm

@The Grange, 36 Ullet Road, Liverpool, L17 3BP

Participating poets & musicians:
Dave Ward, Eleanor Rees, Sue Ironfiled, Stan Ambrose, Martin Robinson, others.

Exhibition closing event: Saturday, 22nd of Dec 2007, 4.00pm - 8.30pm

Exhibiting artists:

Sue Ironfield, John Minnion, Tracy Lewis, Nicole Bartos, Sarah Nicholson, Stanislaw Jan Krakiewicz, Xia Lu

Viewing by appointment, only and during Saturdays' events (see details bellow). Closed: Wednesday and Sunday.
Contact: 07756912911 or nbartos@gmail.com
Free access.
Visit this amazing venue and wonder on art, ideas and artistic identity! Join in with a poem on the Saturdays (8, 15 dec)
Find updates and more information about the artists on:

Event organised by Gallery4allarts and supported by artinliverpool.com
Curator: Nicole Bartos


13th - 22nd December 2007


@International Gallery at 34a Slater Street, Liverpool

Liverpool-based artist collective Red Dot are staging an art exhibition with a difference, in which all the artwork on show will have been created from waste materials or found objects.

The show, titled 'Rags To Riches', takes place at the International Gallery at 34a Slater Street (occupying the former Cream Shop) in Liverpool city centre. The gallery is run by The Arts Organisation (TAO).

Artists taking part include Nathan Pendlebury, Barbara Jones, Sue Milburn, Colin Serjent, Jane Fairhurst, Beccy Williams, Liz Willow, Leon Jakeman, Nicole Bartos, Richard Ashworth, Jon Nash, John O'Neill and Nicola Fitzsimmons.

The exhibition runs from 13 - 22 December (open Thur-Sat 12pm - 5pm) or by appointment.

Contact Colin Serjent on 077 5952 5075 or email: colinserjent@hotmail.com

A private view of Rags To Riches takes place on Tuesday 11 December (5-30pm - 8pm). All are welcome to attend.

For more information about Red Dot go to www.red-dotexhibitions.co.uk


Friday 7th December 2007

Exhibition and Public Consultation

@ Bedford Road Community Centre, Bootle, Liverpool

The Local People who run the centre aim to consult with Their Community on the future of the centre and to consider the development of a business Incubator Units for Creative Industries based at the Bedford Road Community Centre.
The Capitalists of Culture Ltd will be holding an Exhibition to launch the opening of the consultation.
Artsist will include:
Joe Ankrah, Stephen Collett, Cliff Sayer, Aimee Parker, Mary Fitzpatrick and John Fillis
The Exhibition will open at 10am and run through out the day till 9pm.
Light refreshments will be available.
The Public Consultation will be at 7pm. It will be opened by:
MP Joe Benton

A JAZZ BAND will be playing and Scouse and Pea Wack will be available along with a couple of drinks.
We would be interested in anyone looking to set up their own business in the cultural industries sector. These include art, design, cloth making, web design, film, photography, music, drama. (This is just a selection, if you are not sure please contact us)
This event has been generated by members of the local community and is not a local council event.
Capitalists of Culture Limited, 9 Sandy Road, SeaforthVillage, Liverpool L21 3TN

For further information please, contact John Fillis.

Email: capitalistofculture@tiscali.co.uk

Web site: www.capitalistsofculture.com
Telephone: 07811388153

Friday, 9th November 2007

(AN ALTERNATIVE ANTHOLOGY) - performance art

" And so the Wife told him we'd better go and see a Surgeon"?

TAO invites you to see the latest work by artist Jud Charlton this coming Friday, 9th Nov at 9pm, in the

International Gallery, 34 Slater St, Liverpool, L1.

FIXING A HOLE IN THE OCEAN - (An Alternative Anthology) crosses the line between Theatre and Art.

Its primary objective is its manifestation in LIVERPOOL on the 9th November...

If you want to know more about this mysterious happening (and believe me, you need to know), then there's just one thing to do...

Be outside the International Gallery by 9pm on the 9th November 2007, and all will be revealed...

See You There...

(...Performance time 20min...) Pre Drinks at Mello Mello... Plus post performance party...


12 -18th of November 2007

New art exhibition @ Calderstone Park:

Xia Lu, Nicole Bartos and chinese artists group exhibition.

Featuring watercolours, acrylic paintings and monoprints.

@Coach House, Calderstone Park, Liverpool

Open Monday to Sunday 10.30am - 4pm

click image to read this article abot Xia lu


5th of November - Saturday 22nd December 2007

Gallery4allarts presents a new art exhibition:

“Artists and Identity”

Please, click to view enlarged version.

Exhibiting artists:
(please, click artist name to read more or view related images)

  1. Sue Ironfield
  2. Tracy Lewis
  3. John Minnion
  4. Xia Lu
  5. Nicole Bartos
  6. Sarah Nicholson
  7. Stanislaw Jan Krakiewicz

The exhibition presents:
• retrospective work by Sue Ironfield – abstract paintings which emulate music
• a collection of black and white caricature drawings by John Minnion
• decorative wall pieces and sculptural works (made from natural materials such as roses) and prints by Tracy Lewis
“Shadows” new photographic / mixed media work by Nicole Bartos
• acrylic paintings featuring the ‘theme of home’ and marine landscapes by Stanislaw Krakiewicz
• abstract industrial landscapes in pastel by Sarah Nicholson
• new watercolour works by Xia Lu.

You may also, view (at the same venue):
• details from a retrospective exhibition: Nicole Bartos (1997-2007),
• a group show of 18 Romanian and Hungarian artists,
• installation art by Sarah Nicholson and
• works by Japanese artist Nagachoo

Along the exhibition featuring also, poetry, live music and the Windows Project with the “Tree of Dreams” – poem Saga

with puppets and live music.

Participating poets and musicians:
Dave Ward, Eleanor Rees, Sue Ironfield, Stan Ambrose, Martin Robinson and others.

- Private view/Exhibition opening: Saturday, 3rd of Nov 2007, 4pm – 8.30pm
Featuring from:
6.00pm-6.50pm: “The Tree of Dreams”- Poem Saga with puppets & live music;
From 7.00-7.30pm: Poetry reading and acoustic music)

- Exhibition closing event: Saturday, 22nd of Dec 2007, 4pm - 8.30pm
(Poetry reading and acoustic music during closing event: 6.00-7.30pm)

Venue (residential area):
The Grange, 36 Ullet Road, Liverpool, L17 3BP.

Viewing by appointment, only. Closed: Wednesday and Sunday. Free access.
Contact: 07756912911 or nbartos@gmail.com

Find more updates and information about the artists on:

Event organised by Gallery4allarts.
Curator: Nicole Bartos

Thank you for reading this information.






The Launch of West Cheshire College's Foundation Degree in Community Arts

"The event will take place at 3.00pm - 5.30pm on 7th November 2007 at Ellesmere Port Campus.

The event will celebrate the launch of our innovative Foundation Degree and provide an exciting insight into Community Arts, with a keynote presentation from respected Community Arts expert Professor Hamish Fife.

If you are interested in studying on this course, potential students are invited to attend the campus for a 1pm start,giving you the opportunity to attend a selection of workshops ranging from; Drama, Music and Textiles, these will run from 1.00-3.00pm. If this category applies to you please let us know you will be attending both the workshop and launch.

To confirm your attendance, please call Emma Lowe on: 01244 670368, or email: e.lowe@west-cheshire.ac.uk by 31 October 2007.”

20 - 21 October 2007

"NETTIME.RO Artopoly" (Cluj-Orléans, 1999-2000)

Artists: Sylvie & Lajos KÚN-MOREAU

Click on images to view enlarged version.

«NETTIME.RO - Artopoly »*, jeu de société.
Dispositif jeux (cartes, jetons, règle du jeu, monopoly-argent, tapis de jeu, etc.), Cluj (Ro) – Orléans (Fr), (1999-2000).
Installation atelier, 28, rue Saint-Marceau, Orléans, France; 20-21 octobre 2007"

This information and images courtesy of the artists: Sylvie & Lajos KÚN-MOREAU, Orleans, France

Contact: sylvie.kunmoreau@free.fr

Life Drawing and sketching workshops - reminder: Wednesday and Saturday


“ Life Drawing and Sketching Workshop”
Only Wednesdays and Saturdays at The Grange, 36 Ullet Road, L17 3BP (at the corner, by Sefton Park gates monument ;crossing of Sefton Road with Ullet Road as facing Sefton Park)

Wednesday: 10-12am, 2-4pm or 6-8pm; Saturday 2-4pm
To find out more please, click or browse the workshops page on the gallery4allarts.com website.

Contact Nicole on: 7756912911 or email to: nbartos@gmail.com

Please, click hear to view /read workshops page. All welcome


Qi Gong workshops - Tuesday and Thurdays

6.30pm -7.30pm, Tuesdays and Thursdays.

Qi Gong sessions for all. Sessions led by Nicole Bartos (taught by Xia Lu (Qi Gong and Thai Qi Master; based in Liverpool) and Rita Flanagan.)

Qi Gong = 'ancient oriental exercise focussing on breathing and gentle exercise.'/ 'gentle flowing movements'


for Tuesday session: The Calm Room, The Calm Centre Collective, c/o The Old Police Station, 80 Lark Lane, Liverpool L17 and

for Thursday session: The Grange, 36 Ullet Road, Liverpool L17 3BP (this session is organised through Gallery4allarts)

Contact: Nicole on 07756912911 or email mentioning "Qi Gong": nbartos@gmail.com

Read more info and updates through the following link: http://www.gallery4allarts.com/workshops.htm

"Qi gong is also known as Chi Kung, or Kiko in Japanese. Qi gong is the ancient Chinese art of energy training or practice. "Qi" (Chi) means energy and "gong" (Kung) means work or practice. In China it is used in traditional hospitals and clinics to treat a wide range of conditions from arthritis to cancer. Millions also do qi gong exercises to boost vitality, to insure against disease or to fight chronic conditions. Its energy methods are also an integral part of Tai Chi, many martial disciplines, as well as Taoist and Buddhist practices. In the West qi gong has only recently become known (over the last 20 years), but it may be the oldest of all the Chinese healing arts with roots tracing back over thousands of years. Other Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) members include acupuncture, T'un-na (a predecessor to Japanese Shiatsu) and herbal medicine." (extract from: "Qi gong: An Introduction" by Christopher Caile. Read more on: http://www.fightingarts.com/reading/article.php?id=21)


The Living Market (Liverpool) - will be holding a series of Saturday Markets in the run up to Christmas.

The Living Market is an established Artists and Makers' event, Providing a platform for the local creative community to show and sell their creations, network with other creatives and enjoy the relaxed and friendly atmosphere.

Originally held at 52 Roscoe Street during 2006, The Living Market 2007 has a great new location; with stall spaces at The International Gallery and workshops and performances at Mello Mello Coffee Bar on Slater Street, the venues have excellent passing trade and glass-fronted open space.

Stalls charged at £10 for a wall and table space. Particiapnts are encourged to bring their own dispaly equipment.

Musicians and Performers will have a hat passed around for them, and are asked to donate 10% of their takings to MeloMelo's tips bowl (the coffee bar is staffed by volunteers). To put yourself forward for selection, please drop a CD/DVD into the staff at MeloMelo, for the attention of The Living Market, or email an idea of what you do to Beccy Williams at the number or email below.

There may be a small materials budget available for workshops, to be held upstairs at the C.U.T.S studio (cuts.liverpool.googlepages.com) please send your proposal and a rough idea of materials budget to:

Beccy Williams on 07904 08 96 08, or by email at: living_market@yahoo.co.uk.

Deadline for bookings and proposals: Monday the 5th of November.


12th October to 9th November 2007

'Changing Eight'

@Cornerstone Gallery, Liverpool

Changing Eight' is an annual event now into its third year. This year
sees a lively and exciting contrast of artists, techniques and approach
to individual practice. The selection of artists again draws on those
established and newly emerging, a dynamic which provides a thoroughly
engaging reflection of contemporary art on Merseyside.

Exhibiting Artists - Colin Taylor, Peter Collins, Richard Bannister,
Jennie Cunningham, Jon Barraclough, Alex Wolkowicz, Parabhen Lad
John Maloney.

Music installations and performances by Neil Campbell and Richard
will commence at 6pm and 6.40pm respectively within the
Cornerstone Foyer alongside the 'Changing Eight' and 'Emily Johns'
Exhibition Private Viewing.

Exhibition Open - Friday 12th October to Friday 9th November 2007.
Gallery Open 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday. Admission Free.

The Cornerstone Gallery
Liverpool Hope University, 1 Haigh Street, Liverpool, L3 8QB
Tel : 0151 291 3997
E-mail - thecornerstonegallery@hope.ac.uk

8 November 2007

Liverpool Jackpot by Franck Scurti
Switch-on: Thursday 8th November 2007, 6pm
@Metal, Kensington
Metal, 6 Clare Terrace, Marmaduke St, L7

Garston Cultural Village
Uncle J s, Saint Mary’s Rd, L19

Rotunda, Kikdale
Rotunda College, Great Mersey St, L5

Following the success of Animal, the Winter Lights project for 2006, internationally renowned French artist Franck Scurti was commissioned to propose a second series of amazing new Winter Lights and has created a Liverpool Jackpot for Kirkdale, Kensington and Garston.
There is a unique jackpot to be seen in each neighbourhood and each sequence contains an image of food, a body part and a phrase, taken from British press in consultation with local residents.
Winter Lights is a Liverpool Biennial Learning and Inclusion project developed in collaboration with Rotunda Kirkdale, Metal Kensington and Garston Cultural Village.

Last year’s Winter Lights, Animal, will also be returning to light up neighbourhoods across Liverpool.
Look at a simulation of all three Liverpool Jackpots here
For more details and access information contact franny@biennial.com
Liverpool Jackpot is supported by: Liverpool Culture Company, Rotunda, Metal and Garston Cultural Village.

20 October 2007

New Networks: Contemporary Art in West Africa
Seminar, Saturday 20 October 2007, 10.30-17.00
@Tate Liverpool, Albert Dock, Liverpool

Image: Romuald Hazoumé, Dream, Installation, 2007. Winner, Arnold Bode Prize 2007, Documenta 12.
Admission is free but booking is essential - reservations 0151 702 7400
Information below courtesy of Tate Liverpool.
This third seminar in the New Networks series aims to explore the collaboration between artists, curators, critics and institutions in the regions of West Africa, focusing in particular on the impact of international events such as the Dakar Biennale. While London, Paris and New York continue to act as the powerhouses of the international art world, we are keen to investigate how emergent networks between international neighbours create new possibilities for artistic production. As Africa has emerged on the international visual art scene, it becomes increasingly important to look beyond its representation as an entire continent.
How can we begin to understand the relation between the global and the local as they play out in specific places? Our focus will be on emerging sites of production and their impacts on the art-curatorial landscape, exploring how local initiatives engage with the notion of the region as a place, and what role imagination and fiction play in the constitution of new identities.
Speakers: Koyo Kouoh (curator/ writer, Dakar), Didier Schaub (curator /Doual'art, Douala), N'Goné Fall (curator/ GAW, Dakar/Paris), Bisi Silva (critic/curator, Lagos), Paul Domela (Programme Director (Higher Education and International Exchange), Liverpool Biennial).
Organised in collaboration with Tate Liverpool as part of a series of seminars on new sites of artistic production for Liverpool Biennial 2008.

Wednesday 24 October

'Connecting Cultures' will perform @ the BBC Radio Merseyside (Hanover Street), Liverpool
studio on Wednesday 24 October from 6pm.

The event will showcase a variety of artists from the refugee and asylum seeker
communities in Merseyside and will include music, poetry and visuals from
'Connecting Cultures' artists.

There are limited places available so if you are interested in attending this
event please send us an email or give us a call on 0151 726 8440.



Nicola Fitzsimmons@ Red Wire - “Welcome to Liverpool”

Red Wire Gallery is pleased to announce an exhibition by Liverpudlian artist Nicola Fitzsimmons. Over the past six months Nicola has been examining her involvement networks that arise from shared interests and passions such as for music and art. The installation based in the main gallery space consists of a series of new works created in response to the artist’s experiences of social interaction within the city. Using repetitive forms and everyday materials such as paper and adhesive tape. Nicola transforms the mundane and routine into a visual feast contemplating concerns about a personal past, present and future.
Nicola’s first solo show presents a union of paper airplanes, characters constructed from adhesive tape, polystyrene and cardboard bodies pulled together by old cassettes along with masks and photographs that collectively translate Nicola’s playful approach to the exploration of identity and experience.
*As part of the exhibition visitors are invited to bring a compilation mix tape/ CD to be entered into an ongoing music swap.
Welcome to Liverpool
A new works created in response to the artist’s experiences of social interaction within the city
Private View Friday 12th October, 6.30pm
Continues 13th- 26th October
Red Wire Gallery
Carlisle Building
69 Victoria Street, Liverpool, L1



(exhibition to coincide with the Turner Prize).

Private view: Thursday 11th October 5.30pm - 7.30pm

WHERE: Unit C18 - next door to Tate Liverpool, Albert Dock.

WHEN: Exhibition open to the public from 12th October 2007 (Tues - Sun 10am - 6pm).

CONTACT: Anthony Padgett 07812 799521

The exhibition is about the religious artist Anthony Padgett's conceptual artwork, a 2 year case of religious discrimination against the Tate over the lack of regulation and the unfairness in the way the Tate select work - particularly with regards religious artists.

The exhibition coincides with this year’s Turner Prize at Tate Liverpool.

Tate have spent £19,750 on external legal help and an undisclosed sum, estimated £30,000, internally on the case.

On exhibition will be a 2 metre high, half-scale sculpture of the memorial to Sir Henry Tate, made of polystyrene cubes. It was Tate's rejection of Padgett's proposed performance around this sculpture that is the basis of his complaint.

Also on exhibition will be selected case documents printed as 1.5 metre high protest banners.

The artist will be in the gallery for the duration of the exhibition, preparing for his Appeal, listed for hearing in London 16th November 2007.

The case has repercussions for selection of work on the basis of sex, disability, age and sexuality. These are all areas underrepresented in the gallery.

If successful performance artists will have the same rights as other workers. This will also set a precedent for accountability of selection of visual artists.

The Appeal Hearing will be:
16th November 2007
Audit House,
58 Victoria Embankment,

Details of the case and YouTube movies can be seen on www.theism.co.uk


Until Friday 5th of October 2007


An exhibition from Anthony & Nathan Pendlebury
@ The Liverpool Academy of Arts
32 Seel Street, L1 4BE
Opening hours Mon to Fri, 12pm-4pm


3rd Oct - 3rd Nov 2007

'My Irish Eyes on Liverpool Again' by Mike Absalom

@View Two Gallery, Liverpool

Viewing Wed. Oct 3 2007 18-21.00
Exhibition runs October Oct 3 - Nov 3 2007
(Open: Thursday and Friday 12 – 4, Saturday 12 - 5)

Mike Absalom
My Irish Eyes on Liverpool Again

'After a lifetime roaming the globe as a successful singer/songwriter, Mike Absalom
returned to his roots in Ireland and has become a successful artist, painting the people and places of his family’s past.
This year he set off from his studio in County Mayo on a pilgrimage to visit and paint some of the other places that once played a significant part in his life, to see how they had changed and to find out how he felt about them and himself forty years on.
Liverpool, on its 800th birthday, was one of these places and his journey he has yielded stunning meditations on place and identity. Expressions of a past that remains, soaked into the stones, ready to remind of what once was, but also suggest what might be.'


1st Oct - 5th Oct 2007

'First Sight'

Private Viewing of the first Exhibition by graduating Liverpool Hope University MA - Creative Practice students

'First Sight', tomorrow night Friday 28th September, 5.30 - 8pm.
Exhibition - 'First Sight' - MA by Creative Practice 2007

Exhibiting Artists - Gavin Arner, Nicolette Bennett, Robert Bryson,
Katy Burns, Gavin Donnegan, Emma Gilmour, Sarah Lawton, Bowei Liang,
Jacqueline Rainford and Louise Waller.

2007 sees the first students to graduate from Liverpool Hope's MA by
Creative Practice. This unique exhibition offers an insight into a range
of disciplines such as Silversmithing, Ceramics, Media, Printed
Textiles, Furniture Design, Sculpture and Painting.

Exhibition Open - Monday 1st October to Friday 5th October, 9am to 5pm
(One week only).

Liverpool Hope University, 1 Haigh Street, Liverpool, L3 8QB
Tel : 0151 291 3997
E-mail - thecornerstonegallery@hope.ac.uk

For directions of how to get to the gallery please visit
For further information please contact the Gallery.

from 6th Oct 2007

Workshops @C.U.T.S (Communal Use Textile Studio)

A series of short courses at C.U.T.S (Communal Use Textile Studio) over the next couple of months, find details below.
Places are limited to 8 people per workshop, so get in fast to book your place!

3-D cushion Workshops; 3 Saturday sessions 6th, 13th & 20th of October, 12-5pm.

Creative Garment Workshops; 4 Tuesday evening sessions
October 30th, November 6th, 13th & 20th, 6-9pm.
Badge Workshop; Saturday 3rd of November, 12-5pm

Dissolving Fabric Workshop; Saturday the 10th of November, 12-5pm.

Bag Workshop; Saturday 17th of November, 12-5pm.

C.U.T.S is located upstairs from the MeloMelo Coffee bar at the corner of Slater and Parr Street, Liverpool central.

For more details, or to book your place, email this address, or by phone on 07904 08 96 08.

Beccy Williams
C.U.T.S Coordinator

Chapel Gallery - Call for Entries
Artists (any media) invited to submit work to be considered for inclusion in Liverpool linked exhibition at the Chapel Gallery, Lancashire during Spring/Summer 2008.
Artists whose work relates directly to the distinctive landscape of the city, both physical and cultural, are encouraged to contact the Gallery with C.V., Artists Statement and around 6 images (print, slides or hi-res jpg's/tif's).
The deadline for submissions is: 30 October 2007
Submissions can be posted to: Ruth Owen, Gallery Officer, Chapel Gallery, St. Helens Road, Ormskirk, Lancashire L39 4QR

or Emailed: ruth.owen@westlancsdc.gov.uk

20 September - 25 November 2007

'The Irresistible Force'
a Tate Modern exhibition featuring Romanian artist Matei Bejenaru

@Level 2 Gallery, Tate Modern, Bankside, London SE1 9TG

Matei Bejenaru, Travelling Guide, 2006

Matei Bejenaru, currently artist-in-residence at the Romanian Cultural Institute in London, takes part in the Tate Modern group exhibition The Irresistible Force. The exhibition looks at how economic forces shape our lives, as cultural values and traditions are realigned by global capitalism.
Also featured are international artists Conrad Bakker, Tim Davis, Claire Fontaine, Mika Rottenberg, Michael Stevenson and Judi Werthein. The exhibition is curated by Ben Borthwick and Kerryn Greenberg.
Matei Bejenaru's contribution is a Travelling Guide which includes information about the Romanian nationals who attempted to work illegally in the UK before Romania joined the EU. The work was shown in 2006 at Thyssen-Bornemisza Contemporary Art in Vienna and in 2007 at the Prague Biennial 3 and at the Galeria Posibila in Bucharest.
Matei Bejenaru is a visual artist and the founder and artistic director of Periferic Biennial in Iasi, Romania. His art projects in recent years have focused on the situation of Romanian nationals who live and work abroad.

Admission is free.

Project supported by the Romanian Cultural Institute in London.

1 Belgrave Square, London, SW1X8PH
T: 0207 752 0134, F: 0207 235 0383, M: 07919 022 796, E: office@icr-london.co.uk


Until 20th October 2007

"Living with Art and Energies" - Nicole Bartos Retrospective and group show

@ The Grange, 36 Ullet Road, Liverpool L17 3BP

  • Viewing: by appointment only.

  • Venue: The Grange, 36 Ullet Road, Liverpool L17 3BP


  • Note:
    15% of art sales will be donated to a charity (Age Concern).

  • Curator Nicole Bartos.
  • Though the official closing has been announced on Saturday, 30th June 2007, due to the good feed-back and the audience' interest, the exhibition is still open for viewing, by appointment only until the 20th of August. Please, see contact details above.
  • Along Nicole Bartos Retrospective (1997-2007) works, the exhibition initially involved 13 local artists from various ethnical backgrounds such as: British, Georgian, Chinese, Austrian, German, Polish and 18 international artists from: Romania, Hungary, and Japan.
    A unique opportunity to see valuable contemporary artworks displayed in a victorian architectural display, which gives the feeling of embarking on a "back in time" journey through centuries.
  • The event, organized by Nicole Bartos and Gallery4allarts has been supported by artinliverpool.com (Thanks Ian!) and The Grange.

    This time you will be able to view the Nicole Bartos' retrospective, works by Sarah Nicholson, Nagachoo, Xia Lu, Julie Aderson and Romanian and Hungarian artists' show: Lucia Lobont, Andrea Szocs, Andra (Felicia Predescu), Radu Bimbea, Doina Stici, Andras and Judith Koncz-Munich, Adel Kiss, Melinda Farkas, Ovidiu Muraru, Marius Georgescu, Dorel Gaina, Emil Moritz, Andor Komives, Eugen Savinescu.

    Works by Dorel Gaina, Andor Komives and group show detail

  • Works by Sarah Nicholson amd Andras Koncz- Munich




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