Private View Tonight …
Transvoyeur Liverpool and New York Exhibition 2006 tonight (Tuesday 24 October 2006) at the View Two Gallery, 23 Mathew Street, Liverpool, England, 18.00 – 20.00

Artists:

Liverpool:
Agata Alcaniz, Gianni Bianchini, Brendan Byrne, Jo Derbyshire, Dorrie Halliday, Elizabeth Heritage, Tony Knox, George Lund, Charles Nuttall, Catherine Shea, Gary Sollars, Gaynor Evelyn Sweeney.
New York:
Lara Allen, Michael Ricardo Andreev, Chris Borkowski, Rodney Dickson, Stephan Fowlkes, PJ Cobbs, Aaron Miller, Raphaele Shirley, Lee Wells.

Exhibition Dates: Monday 23 October 2006 – Saturday 04 November 2006.
Opening times: Monday – Saturday 12..00 – 17.00
(Note: Please contact in advance with the venue).

Private View
Tuesday 24 October 2006, 18.00 – 20.00.

www.transvoyeur.co.uk

www.viewtwogallery.co.uk

2 COMMENTS

  1. Almost hidden away, this exhibition although small, has some of the best art I have seen the whole biennial and something for all. There is a striking piece made by US artists which is a collage of sorts. Jo Derbyshire’s picasso type Tom Tom and Lunds colourful art work really stood out. I thought Gaynor Sweeneys work would have been received better in the entrance to the exhibition but other than that an interesting little exhibition

  2. Never fails to amaze me what she does. The best performance artist in the city and yet she is leaving and I wonder why! Not a question, an exclamation. I would have liked to see the performance to the images in full context by Gaynor. I intend to work with her a few more times before her departure, although infrequent, I support the writing side of Transvoyeur. These are powerful images she has released in this exhibition and I know the performance would have been equally astounding. Liverpool is an interesting place, but as an outsider looking in, I do wonder when you have one of your best artists how you will respond in her departure and absence, as she will soon be leaving in the coming months. The city seems to have a history of this, without mentioning names of other established artists who have since left over the years. I seriously believe the city does not realise what they have in their midst. Seems to be this way. I wish her well and know I will stay in contact whether I am here, London or Lyon.

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