IB18: George Henry Lee’s: RIDE YOUR PONY No.02

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    IB18: George Henry Lee’s: RIDE YOUR PONY No.02

    Venue: George Henry Lee's
    Dates: 12/10/18 - 28/10/18
    Times: 11:00 - 17:00

    RIDE YOUR PONY No.02: An Annual International Group Exhibition
    12 – 28 October 2018

    Ride Your Pony is pleased to present to you its second annual international group exhibition
    this October as part of the Liverpool Independents Biennial. 26 participants from across
    the globe including an array of Designers, Illustrators, Photographers, Artists and Makers
    have each been invited to create a piece of work to exhibit in response to a lucky dip letter
    of the alphabet. The brief asked the participants to use their letter which they received in
    the post as either an object within their work, or as a starting point for them to begin from.

    On Thursday 11th of October 6-10pm, the doors will open to the public and invited guests
    for the exhibitions launch party where the 26 pieces of work will be on display. Following
    our successful inaugural show last year at Islington Mill in Salford, which then toured to
    Liverpool, the 26 participants were asked whether they would like to participate again,
    nominate somebody new or let Ride Your Pony invite a new contributor.

    For our second show, we have some exciting new participants, a selection include: Anton
    Zoetmulder, a Dutch Architect based in Delft; Molly Fairhurst, an Illustrator based in
    Bristol; Lucy May Schofield, an Artist currently based in Northumberland, soon to be in
    Japan for 3 months; Adam Griffiths, a Manchester based Designer and Director; Marilyn
    Farley, a Mediator / Creator based in Montreal Canada and Agnes Wolkowicz an Artist
    based in South Korea.

    To find out more please visit www.rideyourpony.club or follow @rideyourpony.club on
    instagram for regular posts on each of the participants. The exhibition will remain on view
    from Fri 12th Oct – Thur 28th Oct, Wed – Mon 11-5pm.