We will be having one major solo show by a contemporary artist per season and ad hoc, pop up events in between.
29 June – 12 July 2019 BLUE MOON paintings and photographs by Claudia de Grandi
6 June 6pm Live painting and music performance. Claudia will be accompanied by Tymon Dogg
16 – 30 July 2019 LUNAR 50 – Celebrating 50 years since NASA’s first Moon Landing
An exhibition of original photographs, film footage and amazing space travel artefacts curated by Alastair Fairley, Director of the Fairley Archive of Space Exploration (FASE)
Special screenings of ‘MOONBUG’ a prize-winning film by Nichola Bruce, documenting photographer Steve Pyke’s encounters with the surviving Apollo astronauts
All £5 to include a complimentary glass of wine, beer or soft drink
19 July 6.30pm Screening of ‘Moonbug’ followed by Nichola Bruce in Conversation with
20 July 7pm ‘SCIENCE FACTION’ On the actual date of the first lunar landing 50 years ago, readings from Sci-Fi ranging from the hilariously wrong to the uncannily prescient. Featuring actor Alex Walker and special guests tbc
25 July 6.30pm Illustrated talk about the exhibition, archive and NASA by Alastair Fairley, whose late father, Peter Fairley, led ITN’s coverage of the lunar landings and assembled the extraordinary collection of space memorabilia that is FASE
27 July 6pm Screening of ‘Moonbug’ followed by Q&A with director Nichola Bruce
The Summer Solo Show will run from 25 August – 30 September 2019:
World premiere of international artist Malcolm Glover’s video installation Breathe (portraits of Indian glass workers within the chaotic environment of their workplace), and an exhibition of large scale digital panoramic photographic works depicting India’s relationship with water and the railways.
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