PayneShurvell is to showing Wrik Mead’s ‘1975’, an hour-long animation depicting one year of the artist’s fractured life along with a series of original works on paper.
‘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’.
In 2009 and 2012 Leon Chew made two journeys through the Californian high desert. Black Asphalt was inspired by those journeys.
PayneShurvell is to present ‘House Plants’, the second solo show of Andrew Curtis with the gallery.
4th November – 17th December Rupert Ackroyd, Peter Blake, Leon Chew, Nicky Coutts, Greg Day, David Gates, Sarah Hardacre, Gerard… Read More
September- 22nd October 2011 Watching a film of a man describe how he sees ‘bodies in the water’, you would… 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