Anything Goes? | Contemporary British Painting Exhibition | London 2017
Thrilled to be included in these forthcoming exhibitions at 4 venues in China.
Greater Manchester Arts Prize 2017...
Contemporary Masters from the East of England
25 April 2017 - 27 May 2017
The Cut, 8 New Cut, Halesworth, Suffolk, UK
Open submission exhibition calling for monochrome art using black and white or different shades of a single colour or greyscale - selected and curated by PS Mirabel.
Saturday 30th July – Saturday 15th October 2016
Quay Arts, The West Gallery, 15 Sea Street, Newport Harbour, Isle of Wight PO30 5BD
An Inaugural Summer Exhibition of Contemporary British Painting, founded in 2013 by Robert Priseman; formed to explore and promote critical context and dialogue in current painting practice through solo and group exhibitions; talks and publications.
Greater Manchester Art Prize Summer Exhibition 6th June - 1st July 2016
Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce, Elliot House, 151 Deansgate, Manchester, M3 3WD
Selected Works from the Priseman Seabrook Collection
Francis Bacon | Julian Brown | Simon Burton | Simon Carter | Ben Cove Nathan Eastwood | Tracey Emin | Lucian Freud | Terry Green | Susan Gunn | Susie Hamilton | Alex Hanna | David Hockney | Matthew Krishanu | Stephen Newton | Gideon Pain | Wendy Saunders | Colin Self
The Minories Art Gallery, Colchester, UK
Preview: Friday 13 May 6 - 9pm
New Art Spaces Chorlton, Units 1 & 15, Christie Fields Office Park, Christie Way, Greater Manchester M21 7QY UK
The first public event at Castlefield Gallery's New Art Spaces Chorlton in conjunction with Chorlton Arts Festival. Join us to see new work by contemporary artists, enjoy guided tours and a set by acappella group Vocal Harum.
Meet the artists in their studio project space and find out about New Art Spaces
Saturday 28th May 2016 1pm - 6pm
1:30 Songs from Vocal Harum
2pm and 4pm Guided tours
Shortlisted for the Greater Manchester Art Prize 2016
A summary of the making of Ground: "Where Are We Now?" 2016 inspired by the song and video collaboration by David Bowie and artist Tony Oursler...
An exhibition of paintings at The Portico Library, Greater manchester, UK 3rd-28th May 2016
Finding beauty in cracks and flaws is a key inspiration for artist Susan Gunn, and a new Norwich exhibition showcases some of the highlights of her striking works from the past decade.
By Emma Nights
Mandell’s Gallery are delighted to host an exhibition of paintings by Susan Gunn who won the Sovereign European Painting Prize in 2006. 10 years on we are excited to announce her return to the city, where she studied at Norwich University of the Arts, as part of our 50 year anniversary exhibition programme.
In October 2015 I was awarded a project space through Castlefield Gallery Associates scheme. After working on the Terra Memoria commission for the Enterprise Centre at the University of East Anglia for over a year this space will give me the opportunity to test out new ideas and processes with a view to developing my practice.
In 2014 Susan was commissioned to make a painting installation for the UK's newest low carbon commercial building - The Enterprise Centre, set as the new gateway to The University of East Anglia. It was commissioned by John French, Project Director for the Enterprise Centre with a view to celebrating art in public spaces.
Crucem 2015 commissioned by Brentwood Cathedral in conjunction with Contemporary British Painting for the Stations of the Cross Exhibition 2015. The 15 works in the exhibition have been acquired by the Komechak Museum, Chicago for their collection. A publication accompanied the exhibition edited and curated by Simon Carter.