6-9pm, 13th March 2014
Federation House, Federation St, Manchester
Castlefield Gallery’s new space launches next Thursday. Mark Devereux Projects is on the first floor.
Nicola Ellis, David Ogle, Steven Iles and I will be showing work in progress, come and see what we’ve been up to…
To see the full launch line up, please click here.
The Himalayas Museum in Shanghai is hosting a review of Water & Reflections – A Public Art Project until the end of February.
This review contains photographs and essays on the work created by Dominic Redfern, Simon Perry, Philip Samartzis, Haco, Nicola Dale, Hu Jieming, Wang Zheng, and Professor Ding Yi’s students from the Public Art course at Shanghai Institute of Visual Arts in November 2013.
Many thanks to Prof Ling Min of Shanghai University for my inclusion in this project… so lovely to be reminded of happy days in China!
Beyond their architectural significance, thresholds provide us with the existential symbols with which we delineate our being from our non-being*
The arch I was commissioned to make for Manchester Cathedral last year is now on display at the British Muslim Heritage Centre.
Opening times: 14.00 – 18.00 daily
31st January – 12th March 2014
BMHC, College Road, Manchester M16 8BP
Photo credit: Steve Iles
Commissioner: Art and Sacred Places
* Jacques Rangasamy – for further details click here
Congratulations to Mark Devereux Projects… Launching this November, Projects: Manchester is a new pop-up space dedicated to nurturing and developing the work of emerging artists. Responding to the current ecology and an ongoing ambition to help nurture the best up and coming talent, MDP can now offer creatives a new test space.
Taking residence in one of the eight floors of former office space at Federation House in central Manchester and as part of Castlefield Art Gallery’s New Art Spaces initiative, the venue will offer artists the opportunity to showcase, develop and experiment… Can’t wait to see it in action!
Private view: 6-9pm, Friday 18th October 2013
with: presents the outcomes of three collaborations between artists that arose from discussions during a series of crit sessions, held at Rogue Project Space, in 2011-2012. During the sessions one or more of the artists presented an aspect of their practice to the group and conversation developed. The name of the crit sessions ‘Community of Practice’, refers to the book by Jean Lave and Etienne Wenger (1991) that describes how a group of individuals with common interests can develop professionally by sharing experiences through storytelling and regular interaction.
Open Saturday 19th October + Sunday 20th October 2013 1-4pm
Open Crit: Saturday 19th October 2013 3-4pm ALL WELCOME
Rogue Project Space, 66-72 Chapeltown Street, Piccadilly, Manchester, M1 2WH