Old Granada Studios, Studio 2: 4 – 15 November 2017 | Preview: 3 November, 6-9pm
Mark Devereux Projects presents In Nothing Flat a group exhibition at Old Granada Studios featuring work by twelve ambitious artists from across the UK. Spanning painting, sculpture and performance work, the exhibition marks the culmination of StudioBook: Mark Devereux Projects’ intensive eight-month long artist development programme.
Taking place at the iconic Old Granada Studios, at the heart of Enterprise City UK, In Nothing Flat brings together new and recent work by: Anna Columbine, Charlie Franklin, Clare Holdstock, Claire Tindale, Elizabeth Kwant, Jilly Morris, Lada Wilson, Libby Scarlett, Lucy May Schofield, Mandy Payne, Susan Gunn and Suzanne O’Haire.
Many of the exhibited works reflect the exciting developments that have occurred within the artist’s respective practices since the beginning of StudioBook. Others have chosen to revisit previous works, testing out ambitious methods of display or adding new elements.
“Over the last 8 months Mark Devereux Projects has been proud to support and work with each of the 12 artists selected for the second StudioBook programme. Feedback from both participants and speakers during the programme has been excellent and we look forward to working with each of these artists in the future. In Nothing Flat brings together the work of these exciting artists for the first time within an exhibition context and strongly connects with the creative spirit fuelling the exciting Enterprise City UK development.” – Mark Devereux, Director, Mark Devereux Projects.
In Nothing Flat will feature the launch of Mandy Payne’s newly commissioned work for the University of Salford Art Collection. Following on from her recent project based around the iconic Park Hill estate in Sheffield, Payne was awarded the £2,000 StudioBook commission for her proposal to make a new painting considering the recent impacts the tragic Grenfell Tower incident has had upon Salford’s growing housing developments. The work will enter into the University Art Collection following the exhibition.
Saturday 4 November | 11.00am-4.00pm | Studio 2, Old Granada Studios | Free, drop-in
Hear this year’s StudioBook artists discuss their work and reflect on their StudioBook experiences and how it has impacted their practice. Refreshments provided.
Studio 2 | Old Granada Studios | Atherton St | Manchester | M3 3GS | oldgranadastudios.com
Access to Studio 2 via the security lodge in the car park on Quay Street (next to Artzu Gallery)
Exhibition opening times: Wednesday – Saturday, 12-4pm and by appointment. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a viewing outside of these times.
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