TURNER GALLERIES

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ANGELA VALAMANESH

ARTIST IN RESIDENCE

MAIN GALLERY

16 MARCH – 21 APRIL 2018

 

The works in The Space Between were made over the past three to four years.

 

They show the development of Angela’s practice both in terms of a more focused engagement with particular ideas and a broadening of the use of materials, including works on paper and board using collage, and paint and glazes on ceramics.

 

 

Angela Valamanesh, The Story of the Eye, part 2, no 2, 2018, glazed ceramic, 49 x 18 x 8cm  (photo M Kluvanek)

 

HOSSEIN VALAMANESH

ENGINE ROOM

16 MARCH – 21 APRIL 2018

 

Passing, 2014, is a 2 channel video projection, filmed on a railway line through the landscape in silence.

 

In the middle of the room is a pile of stones, each one carries a first name in memory of the dead (in many scripts). The two moving images and the empty space of the installation, evoke a sense of an ‘in-between-place’, a bridge between past and future and the ever presence of death, and passing of life.

 

 

Hossein Valamanesh, Passing 2014, video still.  (Image credit Nassiem Valamanesh)

 

ANDREW NICHOLLS

ENGINE ROOM 2

16 MARCH – 21 APRIL 2018

 

Greek Love comprises a series of high camp drawn and photographic works that draw upon the enduring potency of Greek myth.

 

The exhibition draws upon the myth of the muses, featuring imagery of Nicholls’ muse, artist David Charles Collins, and questioning the power at play between artist and model.

 

 

Andrew Nicholls, Gorgon (portrait of David Charles Collins), archival ink pen on watercolour paper, 76 x 57cm, 2017-2018

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