IF A PAIR IS TWO, WHAT IS THREE?
18 JANUARY–7 FEBRUARY
An exhibition in two parts which presents the outcomes of different collaborations initiated by artists based at Primary in Nottingham.
Opening event with a spoken word performance by Saraa Rain: Saturday 23 January, 2-4pm
In the Paravent Curated by Craig Fisher and Niki Russell
Housed within a purpose-built display structure, In the Paravent brings together a range of small-scale work produced by artists working in and connected with activity in Nottingham. Drawings, paintings and a range of other objects sit within the Paravent, and the individual shelves are mirrored by cut-out sections of the walls of the gallery that frame further works. This installation made up of many parts, offers an insight into the diverse breadth of contemporary art being produced within the studios, galleries and project spaces of Nottingham today.
Bruce will be exhibiting new and old paintings, including, Bear in dark woods (two pieces) Acrylic on Canvas 2014; Lady in bath, Acrylic on Canvas 2015; Showercap Man, Acrylic on Canvas 2013; Naked couple, Acrylic on Canvas 2012; Pizza Man, Acrylic on Canvas 2012; Shy Cowboy, Acrylic on Canvas 2015. This will be the first exhibition of Shy Cowboy, Lady in bath and Showercap Man.
Frank Abbott, Bruce Asbestos, Rob Van Beek, Rebecca Beinart, Jackie Berridge, Aimee Bollu, Wayne Burrows, Louisa Chambers, Lotti V Closs, Sean Cummins, Neil Dixon, Craig Fisher, Rob Flint, Blue Firth, Lynn Fulton, Sam Hewland, Candice Jacobs, Jake Kent, Beth Kettel, Nick Mobbs, Rebecca Ounstead, Alex Pain, Yelena Popova, Martin Rayment, Derek Sprawson, Debra Swann, Oliver Tirré.
The Harley Gallery
Mansfield Road , Welbeck, Worksop, Nottinghamshire, S80 3LW
Free Entry. Free Parking.
OPENING HOURS Monday – Saturday 10am – 5pm Sunday 10am – 4.30pm