Curated by Sarah McCrory, the exhibition draws on the way artists turned to the commercial realms of comics, fashion and illustration to revitalise drawing within the visual arts – many of the works in Keep Your Timber Limber (Works on Paper) were originally produced for a commercial context.
‘There’s another work of Captain America. But he’s kind of altered. You can tell he has breasts, and he’s facing away and looking into the mirror’.
TRANSMITTER / RECEIVER The Persistence of Collage A new touring exhibition from the Arts Council Collection Opening Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art (MIMA) 22nd July – 6th November 2011
The new Arts Council Collection touring exhibition Transmitter/Receiver traces some of the uses of collage in British art from the… Read More
I am a Fantasy is billed as a post-feminist show, but what exactly is Post-Feminism ? Correspondence courses for the brutish? Equality in the Royal Mail ? Can art shed any light on it ? Enter curator Beverley Knowles
Margaret Harrison and The Girls / I am a Fantasy at Payne Shurvell Private view Thurs 14th April 2011
15th April – 21st May 2011 Margaret Harrison (b. 1940) is one of Britain’s best known feminist artists, a pioneer… Read More