Group exhibition 17th- 31st May, Curated by James Byrne
The exhibition brings together a diverse range of work linked by the idea of memory, trace, places, objects and experiences.
Annette Pugh has had two works selected for the Coventry and Elliotts Drawing Prize 2014
The exhibition dates are as follows:–
The Lewis Gallery at Rugby School
Wednesday 12th March – Friday 21st March
Private View – Thursday 13th March, 18.00 – 20.00
Lanchester Gallery, Coventry University
Monday 28th April – 16th May
Private View – Thursday 1st May, 18.00 – 20.00
James Byrne has successfully had his work selected for the John Moores painting prize taking place in Liverpool later this year.
Angela Maloney in The Contemporary Portrait: Self & Others exhibition 11th January- 9th March 2014
Annette Pugh will be exhibiting at The RWA from 24 November 2013 – 26 January 2014
Annette Pugh, Angela Maloney and Graham Chorlton are currently exhibiting in the Lewis Gallery, Rugby School as part of the Coventry Drawing Prize exhibition. The exhibition runs until Friday 22nd March 2013.
Annette Pugh will be exhibiting in the RWA Autumn exhibition for the second consecutive year running. The exhibition is open to the public from 21 October until 30 December 2012.
Graham Chorlton is currently exhibiting in the John Moores Painting Prize at the Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool. This exhibition forms a key strand of the Liverpool Biennial. The exhibition runs from 15 September 2012 – 6 January 2013.
For the past year Annette Pugh has been an artist in residence at Wolverhampton University, developing print making techniques. Works inspired by this experience will be shown at The Public in West Bromwich, Sandwell, to coincide with The MA show. The exhibition will run from 29th September to 28th October 2012, with the private view on Friday 28th Sept. There will be an accompanying catalogue.
Allotment 10, Dialogue
Start date: 09-Jul-2012 End date:12-Aug-2012
Allotment is an innovative and constantly changing programme which sees MAC’s Arena Gallery divided into plots and tended by independent curators and artists.
During July and August artists from Birmingham Artspace will be exhibiting a series of paintings which act as a visual dialogue between artists in Birmingham and Bordeaux, France.