Curve Gallery vs Picasso’s Dog

Lisa-WHO-100Relaunch Exhibition – Curve Gallery vs Picasso’s Dog
14 May – 14 June 2010

The first opportunity to view Curve Artists in the new exhibition space. Artists: Lisa Who. Emily Speed. Robyn Woolston. Hannah Fray. Colette Whittington. Elizabeth Willow.

The ‘Light Night’ national galleries event will re-launch one of Liverpool’s most popular independent galleries. Curve Gallery returns to Liverpool after research tours in Australia, Hong Kong and Spain, with an exhibition of Curve Artist’s to open the new gallery space.

This contemporary Liverpool Gallery will showcase diverse work from 6 female artists working  in Liverpool and exhibiting  both locally and internationally. Lisa Who, Emily Speed, Robyn Woolston, Hannah Fray, Colette Whittington and Elizabeth Willow will present an intriguing  show that includes  installation, photography, printmaking, artists books, poetry and painting.

Curve Gallery’s new exhibition space is located in the loft space of a 19th Century  warehouse in Liverpool’s city centre. Atmospheric and relaxed, the ‘Light Night’ evening will be a celebration of art, an opportunity to see and purchase  some of the best work by Liverpool artists and to experience  the bohemian  warehouse culture of  Liverpool.

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The ‘Light Night’ national galleries event will re-launch one of Liverpool’s most popular independent galleries. Curve Gallery returns to Liverpool after research tours in Australia, Hong Kong and Spain, with an exhibition of Curve Artist’s to open the new gallery space. This contemporary Liverpool Gallery will showcase diverse work from 6 female artists working in Liverpool and exhibiting both locally and internationally. Lisa Who, Emily Speed, Robyn Woolston, Hannah Fray, Colette Whittington and Elizabeth Willow will present an intriguing show that includes installation, photography, printmaking, artists books, poetry and painting.

Curve Gallery’s new exhibition space is located in the loft space of a 19th Century warehouse in Liverpool’s city centre. Atmospheric and relaxed, the ‘Light Night’ evening will be a celebration of art, an opportunity to see and purchase some of the best work by Liverpool artists and to experience the bohemian warehouse culture of Liverpool.

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