Burdis’s exhibition uses VITRINE’s two spaces in Bermondsey and presents a new series of paintings, exploring themes of identity and character through the lens of the artists’ loosely woven narrative.
Sculptural supports and stands will be installed in the space supporting the weight of performers as they manipulate themselves into various forms in the gallery.
Interview with Russell Maurice Galleries Goldstein at Goodhood (GaG), is an exciting new collaborative project. It is a permanent space,… Read More
New gallery Galleries Goldstein at Goodhood (GaG) launches inaugural show Asbestos Curtain July 28th 2011
On July 28th Galleries Goldstein at Goodhood (GaG) will raise the asbestos curtain for its inaugural show of new artworks in the emerging genre of Comic Abstraction
Through to 13th June 2011 This exhibition is a doorway to my body, my home, my mother’s home, my family,… Read More
Edwin Burdis Back sack and Crack (A work) And Home (A Performance) at Max Wigram Private View Wednesday 8th SEPTEMBER, 6.30-8.30PM
EXHIBITION DATES 9 SEPTEMBER-2 OCTOBER Composer, performer and artist Burdis is mainly known for his groundbreaking art and experimental pop… Read More
‘One Dimensional Man’ Edwin Burdis, Anthony Green, Barry MacGregor Johnston PV Saturday 18 July, 2 to 5pm
18 July to 15 August 2009 International Project Space School of Art Bournville Birmingham Institute of Art & Design Maple… Read More