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An abstract and philosophical collection of work, The Institute of Endless Possibilities explores the work of Robert Filliou and his interest into the nature of art and sculpture.
As surprising as it may sound, the Hepworth Wakefield looks its best on an overcast Sunday. Smooth grey walls blend with the sky, making it look more like a part of the Yorkshire landscape than ever. Inside the spring exhibitions provide a burst of creative sunlight.
A new grouping of works from Sheffield’s collection is now on display at the Graves Gallery in celebration of the photographic portrait. Works of Art, not documentary. Every photograph included is black and white, one of few thematic parallels for this set of pictures, and the contrasts are stark as shadow and line set against bleached sunlight and artificial bulbs.
The Northern Art Prize returns to Leeds Art Gallery, with the shortlisted candidates Margaret Harrison, Rosalind Nashashibi, Emily Speed and Joanne Tatham & Tom O’Sullivan bringing forth diverse offerings that represent the best of the North’s thriving art scene.
Recording, Recurring, Reflecting is a series of images taken of different aspects of the land and sea. Each image has a number of latitude and longitude to pinpoint it in the series. The image then undergoes a process of manipulation through computer software.
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