Artist Jyll Bradley on her retrospective Airports for the Lights, Shadows and Particles at The Bluecoat

Artist Jyll Bradley on her retrospective Airports for the Lights, Shadows and Particles at The Bluecoat, Liverpool – Liverpool Arts – Entertainment – Liverpool Daily Post.

Opens on Friday 25 Feb 2011

GALLERY visitors in Liverpool will know Jyll Bradley best for her Fragrant project based on the city’s botanical collection.

The Folkestone-born artist is returning this week to prepare a retrospective at The Bluecoat – revealing many other sides to her work.

Airports for the Lights, Shadows and Particles presents her 20-year career, from her emergence on the art scene alongside Young British Artist contemporaries, such as Damien Hirst and Tracey Emin, to a brand new piece commissioned especially for the show.

It will include a work that was exhibited at the Walker Art Gallery during her residency at Liverpool’s botanical collection following a life long interest in plants.

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