William Edmonds, 'Stack'
NOUS VOUS ~ ‘A Watery Line’ Exhibition
The Exhibition will run from: 18th July – 31st August 2014
The Tetley, Hunslet Road, Leeds, LS10 1JQ
Nous Vous will be exhibiting drawings, painting, prints and objects as well as producing new artwork in an on-site open studio and working with a selection of other artists, to deliver a programme of performances and workshops for two weeks in July.
The exhibition/residency will respond to The Tetley’s history following its recent refurbishment; speculating about its future function and investigating the point where art interacts with everyday life through various forms of ‘making’
Workshops: Sunday 20th July— Peter & Sally Nencini, Wednesday 23rd July — Joe Gilmore (Qubik), Friday 25th July — Nous Vous, Saturday 26th & Sunday 27th July — Kate Gibb, Wednesday 30th July — Matthew Hodson
All events and workshops are free.
For more information on all events and workshops please check the Nous Vous Website
HEADWAY – A Group Exhibition
The Exhibition will run from: 5th June – 4th September 2014
An Exhibition being co-curated by Generic Greeting Collective & Not Now
Headway is a showcase of the creative scope that Manchester holds, exhibited on the walls of Joshua Brooks.
The subject matter of the exhibition is featured around the quotation:
“It is a land that God, if he exists, has created in anger.
It’s the only land where creation is unfinished yet.”
– Werner Herzog “Burden of Dreams” (1982).
The exhibition will showcase work by local creatives.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
Twenty Twenty Two
The Exhibition will run from: 10th July – 10th August 2014
Generic Greeting Collective’s first pop-up exhibition took place two years ago in Twenty Twenty Two. They are now back to exhibit their first full group exhibition in Manchester. The exhibition will feature new work by Generic Greeting designers, illustrators and artists, including artists such as: Emily Briselden-Waters, Will Berry, Kidmilk, Tim Hopgood, Tash Willcocks, Matt Rowlands, Dan Kimber, Eilis Healy, Harry Mckenzie. Alongside Generic Greeting’s artist’s work will be specially commissioned work by illustrator Tim Hopgood.
The opening night will also feature music by Generic Greeting’s own DJ’s: BIG WAR, SZAJNA, DJ CROWW
High Fives & Good Times by Stefan Glerum
HIGH FIVES & GOOD TIMES ~ Five Years work by Stefan Glerum
The Exhibition will run from: 17th July – 16th August 2014, Monday – Sunday: 10am – 6pm
Stefan Glerum has selected his top works from five years of commissioned and independent work, the separation of which is relatively minute, with his ‘tongue in cheek’ humour present in almost all his artwork. His illustration style sits on the edge of illustration/graphic design history, with his inspirations coming from early 20th Century movements such as Art Deco, Bauhaus and Italian Futurism combined with popular themes. The exhibition will show the natural progressions and changes in his work throughout the five year period, displaying alterations within his colour palettes, the weight and fluidity of his line work and his use of typography through various projects such as poster designs, editorial illustrations and an animated music video.
Saints & Sinners Group Show
‘SAINTS & SINNERS’ Group Show 2014
The Exhibition will run from: 11th July – 3rd August 2014, Tuesday – Sunday: 11am – 7pm
Saints & Sinners is a group exhibition exploring vice and virtue within the StolenSpace gallery. Their annual Summer Group show features an array of new paintings, sculptures, & mixed-media works, by both our established artists and new emerging talent.
Featuring an eclectic range of illustrators and artists.
CUT STUFF UP Exhibition by Leo Zero
Twenty Twenty Two
The Exhibition will run from: 10th July – 9th August 2014, Tuesday – Thursday 4pm – 12am, Friday & Saturday 4pm – 3am
Leo Zero has been heavily involved in the British music scene, producing his own band and also remixing for many well known bands such as Madonna, Bombay Bicycle Club and Florence & The Machine. Leo has also designed for major and independent record labels.
‘Cut Up Stuff’ exhibits collage and graphic art for Heavenly Records, Faith Fanzine, Junior Boys Own, Time-Out, Dazed & Confused, Popular Peoples Front, Red Bull Academy, DJ History, A Mountain of One to name a few.