Emily Speed is ‘concerned with how a person is shaped by the buildings they have occupied and with how a person occupies their own psychological space’. Sick building syndrome was once all the rage, and now we may well be looking at sick country syndrome, which could give Emily’s Classically inspired show an added edge when it pops into the Exeter Phoenix.
With works by Paul Gaugin and Picasso fetching over $100m apiece and auction record seemingly being broken as soon as they are made, art has become increasingly popular as a form of alternative investment.
Plymouth College of Art’s end of year showcase, which runs from Saturday 11 June toFriday 24 June 2016, sees the college transform from a vibrant workshop and studio complex into a dynamic, public showcase for new work in art, craft, design and digital media.
Artists: would you like to hire the art gallery at Harbour House for your own exhibition? It’s a large, light, ground floor space that lends itself equally well to solo and group exhibitions.
“There is geometry in the humming of the strings, there is music in the spacing of the spheres’, says some of the literature surrounding the Conversations Across Art and Mathematics exhibition at Peninsula Arts, Plymouth University.
A panel of influential artists and curators from across the South West will judge the entries for the first Plymouth Young Contemporary Open.
Timorous Beasties, the acclaimed Glasgow and London-based design studio noted for their surreal and provocative textiles and wallpapers, have created an innovative new exhibition as part of the Textile Design season in The Gallery at Plymouth College of Art. It is the first time that Alistair McAuley and Paul Simmons, better known as Timorous Beasties, have exhibited in the South West and the exhibition will be open until Saturday 16 April 2016.