20/11/20 – 04/12/20
John Abell | Tony Antrobus | Jo Berry | Karl Bielik | Kat Blannin
Helen Booth | Philippa Brown | Stephen Buckeridge | Gordon Dalton | Lara
Davies | Lucy Donald | EC | Jason Gregory | Rupert Hartley | Nicky Hodge
Caerian Lewis | James Moore | Jonathan Powell | Henry Ward | Casper White
Artists Jonathan Powell and Karl Bielik chose ten artists each whose work is firmly planted in painting. The show will be unharmoniously open, disjointed, inclusive, jarring and deliberately all over the shop.
It is not convenient, it is not attractive. But it is necessary.
BINARY is a part of this year's Beep Painting Biennial. Beep started life in 2012 and aims to bring to Wales the best contemporary painting from across the globe, highlighting excellence in content, aesthetic, technique, and materials used. Beep also provides and nurtures an informative network for painters and people interested in contemporary painting by raising awareness of artists’ works and artist opportunities from across the UK and beyond.
Friday 20th November 17:00 -19:00 (Preview)
Saturday 21st November 13:00-17:00
Sunday 22nd November 13:00-17:00
Wednesday 25th November 17:00-19:00
Thursday 26th November 17:00-19:00
Friday 27th November 17:00-19:00
Saturday 28th November 13:00-17:00
Sunday 29th November 12:00-17:00
Tuesday 1st December 16:00-19:00
Wednesday 2nd December 16:00-19:00
Thursday 3rd December 17:00-19:00
Friday 4th December 17:00-19:00
We are operating track & trace system within the gallery. Visitors will need to sign in & out providing, Name, address, phone number & email of every visitor. Details will be kept for 21 days before being deleted.
Face masks must be worn at all times. Only Ten visitors are allowed in the gallery at any one time
Shift is located in the main shopping area of Capitol Shopping Centre in the old Pound World shop next to the stairs leading to the carpark.
For further information on the 2020 Beep biennial venues and activities
go to www.beeppainting.com
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