Another New Gallery Space

cubenoir-logo-200.jpgHere’s details of Liverpool’s newest and coolest exhibition venue Cube noir, housed in The Albany, a beautiful refurbished Victorian building designed by JK Colling, who also designed the National Portrait Gallery.

This impressive list of exhibitions will be running as part of the Independents Biennial Liverpool 2006.

Inaugural

Cube noir gallery
The Albany, Old Hall Street Liverpool
EXHIBITION DATES 14.09.06-19.11.06
OPENING TIMES 10.00-16.30
An eclectic mix of the finest representational artists working, living or born in the North West, includes work by MOST ESTABLISHED ARTISTS.

The Northwest Passage

EXHIBITION DATES 14.09.06-19.11.06
OPENING TIMES 10.00-16.30

The Northwest passage is an imaginative conduit for two of the most provocative and enquiring design studios, Mcfaul and Love, whose origins root firmly in the Northwest. Taking its inspiration from the tidal ebb and flow of the Mersey and the constant flux of people moving through the region throughout its history. The Northwest Passage provides a restless forum for collaborative thought and artistic debate mediated on the notion of progress and transition.

Cut for Confidence

EXHIBITION DATES 14.09.06-19.11.06
OPENING TIMES 10.00-16.30
These ‘coffee table’ paintings show yesterday’s magazines printed with last weeks news a year into the future! This is the latest work by Liverpool based talent, Tim Ellis. It is his farewell to the city before starting his MA at the prestigious Royal Academy.

Score draw

EXHIBITION DATES 14.09.06-19.11.06
OPENING TIMES 10.00-16.30

An exhibition of paintings by Gareth Kemp inspired by the beautiful game, showing that football, like art, has a knack of imitating and reflecting life and the world it exists in.

Soup versus Gazpacho

EXHIBITION DATES 14.09.06-19.11.06
OPENING TIMES 10.00-16.30

Artists who work within the Liverpool Art World slog it out in an exhibition with a competitive edge. This exhibition showcases work produced by workers of two of Liverpool’s biggest art institutions. Usually these artists work behind the scenes as curators, information assistants, art handlers, educators but during the biennial there will be a role reversal!!

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