Baltic Creative Campus: Hospitality Re-viewed

14 September – 12 October

Viewing: 14 September 17 – 21:00

We are Re-View Textile, a fine art textile group based in Liverpool,
made up of over 50 artists. Our exhibition ‘Hospitality Re-Viewed’ is
being shown as part of the Independents group for the Liverpool
Biennial International Art Festival 2012, and we would like to invite
you to our private view.

Where? Baltic Creative Campus, 46D Jamaica Street, L1 OBP

How? There is 2 hours free parking near the venue, and it is a stone’s
throw away from Liverpool city centre, Liverpool One and the Albert
Dock. The Baltic Triangle is 20 minutes drive from Liverpool John
Lennon Airport and easily accessible from M62, M56 and M53 motorways.

Why? To see some fantastic collaborative work based on the Biennial
theme of hospitality, including work by two international artists,
Ulrike Oeter and Isabel Ferrand, and a range of disciplines, from fine
art, interior design and fashion, to embroidery and installation art.

Who? Artists involved include Rachel Howard, Jan Bee Brown, Christine
Toh, Sue Comer, Sabine Kussmaul, Susan Beck, Amanda Jones, Jen Fenner,
Wei Gan, Stewart Kelly and many, many more. All artist bios can be
found on our blog at http://reviewtextile.wordpress.com/
We really hope you can join us! Take a look at our blog for a sneaky
peek at some of the work that will be shown. The exhibition will run
from the 15th September to the 12th October, open Monday to Saturday,
10am – 4pm.

Re-View Textile

Follow us online!
Twitter: @reviewtextile
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/reviewtextile
Blog: http://reviewtextile.wordpress.com/
The Re-View Textile group is a newly established contemporary textile
network, founded by Christine Toh and Susan Comer in 2009.  We host
informal gatherings on a quarterly basis at the Bluecoat in Liverpool.
The group consists of over 50 members all with varying interests in
promoting textiles and working in a variety of disciplines including
fine art, design, fashion, interior, installation art, theatre and
video.

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