Lanchester Research Gallery

Elsewehere

Elsewhere Exhibition         Lanchester Research Gallery, Coventry University

25th September – 11th October 2017

 

Angelina May Davis          Angela Maloney           Annette Pugh

                                                                                                             

Small Hours

Small Hours, an exhibition of works by Carey Hendron runs from 4th April – 27th April 2017 at The Showcase Gallery, Jubilee Centre, 130 Pershore Street, Digbeth, Birmingham.

Private View- 4th April, 6-8pm, all welcome.

The gallery will be open to the public on Thursday afternoons during the exhibition between 2pm and 5pm. (All other times by appointment).

Contact: 07909 285711

Annette Pugh, ‘Somewhere Never Travelled’

Annette Pugh Somewhere Never Travelled

Invitation to Champagne Reception

The Directors of Reuben Colley Fine Art invite you to join them for the launch of ‘Somewhere Never Travelled’, an exhibition of stunning new work by Annette Pugh, in the company of the artist.
Thursday 9 February 5.30 – 7.30 pm
The exhibition runs from 6 February to 4 March 2017.

Elsewhere

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Exhibition Statement

Elsewhere brings together the work of three Birmingham based artists, Angelina May Davis, Angela Maloney and Annette Pugh. Working with painting, photography, print and drawing, they each explore the desire for somewhere other.

To be elsewhere; to pretend or discover a world beyond the everyday is a strong human instinct. For these three artists it is also the driving force behind their practice. The images created inform the viewer of the existence of a time or place removed from the here and now.

Through the narratives depicted and the material acts of making, each artist becomes an explorer. Observation, archive and memory source the works and individual journeys allow us to discover locations and acts that depict ‘beyond’.

As a collective exhibition ‘Elsewhere’ looks at, and past the familiar. It discloses the remarkable and negates the ordinary. The artists share territories and happenings, unknown and sometimes unexperienced. They extend our world, forging links between the unremarkable and the extraordinary, between truth and fiction; in short they ask us, to suspend our reality and encounter an alternative place.