Brighton based artist Jim Sanders, presents his first solo show here for 5 years. Havingl exhibited throughout Europe and North America, establishing a name for himself within Outsider Art circuits, Sanders has curated a new showing of works including sculpture, paintings, drawings and limited edition screen-prints.
Jim Sanders' works serve as reflections on the essence of human emotion and interactions in an ever more crowded and confused world. A world increasingly without faith or credible leadership where people struggle to make sense of their purpose or path. The cast of characters he puts before us force us to turn inwards upon ourselves, they are both disquieting and yet reassuring in the very same breath.
Please be aware this exhibition is not suitable for minors.
Private view: Thursday 10th November 6-9 pm.
This Shimmering Space is a new collection of abstract works. Inspired by Brighton’s seafront, it explores the many contradictions inherent within our experience of the place.
or its seventh edition, Brighton Photo Biennial sets out to explore understandings of identity and representation – our personal and projected image – as influenced by the pervasive genre of fashion and style photography.
ThreeSixty° asks caffeine addicts to get creative and design new packaging
Coffee brand ThreeSixty° has launched a competition, asking the public to design the label for its new coffee, and win two return flights to Cuba – the home of its new coffee.
In exchange for their creativity, the winner will see their design printed on the new single origin Cuban Cumanayagua – and sold in Waitrose and Ocado.
Coffee lovers can enter by downloading a template from http://bit.ly/1XfJn2Y to draw their designs on. The entries can then be submitted to Twitter or Facebook using the #MyThreeSixtyDesign hashtag, or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The competition, which first ran in 2015, will close on 30 June 2016. A panel of judges will shortlist five designs which will be uploaded to www.threesixtycoffee.co.uk for the general public to vote to decide a winner.
Nicole Hartnell, brand manager, ThreeSixty° comments: “This is the second time we’ve asked coffee fans to get creative with our brand and design a label inspired by the country it’s from. Last year we had hundreds of great designs, so we can’t wait to see what comes in for our Cuban coffee. At ThreeSixty°, adventure and discovery is at the heart of everything we do — from the taste in the cup to the origin’s coordinates printed on every pack. What better way to reward our winning designer for their creativity than with the adventure of a lifetime to Cuba?”
Full terms and conditions for the competition are available at www.threesixtycoffee.co.uk/pages/label-comp.
The ThreeSixty˚ range takes consumers’ curiosity over provenance to a new level. Each individual coffee displays the coordinates of the coffee beans’ origin on its packaging. The coordinates can be typed into Google Earth, or looked up on a world map, to show the coffee’s country of origin, providing consumers with a unique ‘sense of discovery’.
The full range of ThreeSixty˚ comprises of six 250g coffees: Ethiopia Yirgacheffe, Guatemala Antigua, Italian Espresso, Peru Lima Province, Tanzania Kilimanjaro and Cuban Cumanayagua. It’s available to buy at Waitrose and Ocado. RRP is £4.99.
“Unheimlich” is a slightly perplexing German word with no direct English equivalent, the translation offers three differing meanings which perfectly sum up Textile Artist Holly Rozier and her bizarrely beautiful body of work; an exploration through the mediums of textiles, soft sculpture and installation.
Together with master cinematographer Remko Schnorr and acclaimed electronic musician Kuedo, Metahaven present The Sprawl, a strikingly poetic cinematic journey into the tangled machinations of the web, where terrorists tweet, anime videos disguise political spin and news channels hawk morality.
An exhibition of boundary-breaking bookwork within a stunning, specially designed space. The exhibition features the work of notable contemporary artists from across the world who work with the book as an art form.
Turner Prize winner Gillian Wearing OBE is HOUSE 2016’s Invited Artist and brings to Brighton & Hove A Room With Your Views, a collaborative film project capturing a snapshot of ‘views’ from homes across the world, connecting people and countries, to the University of Brighton Gallery.
To celebrate the Brighton Festival a transformation will take place at Corridor Gallery! Our unique red corridor will transport you into a new world, becoming a gateway to the mythical universe of 'The Cloud Top Archipelago”.
BRUSH Brighton are very excited to announce that we are exhibitiong a solo show of paintings by the extremely talented fine artist Aimie Herbert during the month of April.
Music, dance and a fascination with the organic processes of nature inspire the striking, atmospheric paintings in Marta's latest show at Naked Eye.
Chris Drury and Daro Montag collaborate for a unique, interactive project exploring themes such as the endurance and survival of organisms in hostile environments, and mushrooms as a metaphor for life, death and regeneration.
"JanaNicole from A to Z" presents an irresistible series of multi-layered, candy-coloured, mixed media works which tackle an eclectic array of topics with an eerie sense of equality; categorising diverse subjects including obscenities, shoes, religion and breakfast cereals.
Corridor Gallery will celebrate the arrival of the immensely talented Alex Binnie; a sought-after Tattoo Artist, Fine Art Printmaker and Brighton Institution – presenting “Flayed!” a curious, beautiful and macabre exhibition of all things anatomical.
Kellie Miller Arts has recently expanded and it means they can give artists the opportunity to show you more of what they can do, here you can see more about their first showcase exhibition.
Ink_d gallery are thrilled to announce the forthcoming solo show by Jamie Hewlett (creator of Tank Girl and Gorillaz).