There are regular displays of artwork planned for each month and the opportunity to host an opening night event to coincide with each new show.
D’ARRELLE HARRISON EXHIBITION
Exhibition 9th January – 8th March
9.00 – 20.00 Monday – Thursday
9.00 – 18.00 Friday
Moseley Exchange is very pleased to announce a solo exhibition of new work by D’Arrelle Harrison. This is the second solo show of the artist’s work in Birmingham. The exhibition will open with a public reception on Tuesday, January 8th, from 7 to PM.
The artist acknowledges a kinship with the natural and spiritual world, perceiving and transforming onto canvas imagery that is candy colored and “ethereal”.
D’Arrelle has had exhibitions en UK and USA. Originally from Birmingham he got a long career in both side of the Atlantic. Exhibiting at MAC, Pallant house Gallery, The mall Gallery, The alchemy Gallery, Talisman, Zimmer Steward Gallery and the Gallery of Cork St.
Exhibition at The Moseley Exchange – Until Friday 2nd November 2012
In January 2011, Gunhild started a new theme: shooting series of photographs at regular intervals from the same point of view to document changes that happen at a particular location. Each series of small photos is shown in one large frame.
At first, the period shown in each series was rather short, 1 or 2 hours to one day. For the exhibition at The Moseley Exchange she turned to documenting changes that happen over the course of one year with one photo taken each month. As subjects, she chooses images of nature, mainly from parks in Birmingham. Through her photos she documents the changes in vegetation over the course of one year. 2011 was not a typical year: spring came early (trees were in full leaves by April) and there was no real winter (the grass was still green in December).
Gunhild was born in 1968. She studied fine art at Gesamthochschule Kassel in Germany and at Birmingham City University. She has concentrated on photography since 200o. Since then she has had solo exhibitions at Bilston Craft Gallery in 2010 and 2011.
(Booji Wooji Man)
Exhibition at The Moseley Exchange 1st May – 29th June 2012
He draws, paints, and uses cameras to make a variety of images. These images in turn are the product of many influences. He grew up in a Barrio in Southern California, studied Environmental Design at Berkeley in the mid-60′s, obtaineda degree in history and art while living in Canada and spent a year living in Portugal before arriving in the UK. Whether the Placas he grew up with or the tiles that decorated the fishermen’s cottages in Portugal, the often ephemeral art of the anonymous ‘imagemaker’ is an inspiration for his work. The works of outsider artists and street artistsare also significant influences on what he does, as is imagry from popular culture.
The prints on display are made from photographs taken while in Portugal this past year.
Here are a few examples of Booji Wooji Mans vibrant and edgy artwork. Come and see where he got his inspiration from and learn more about the background of his interesting and distinctive artwork.
The artwork of Booji Wooji Man will be on display until the end of June!
Layla Tutt, Gracie Smith, Kate Beatty – part of Moseley Festival Art Trail July 2009
Pete Ashton, Emily Quinton, Dan Burwood – February 2010
Ildiko Nagy, Jan Bowman, Karl Bird – May 2010
Louise Holgate & Martin Pickard – November 2010
Submit Your Artwork
If you are interested in applying to display your work, you can download the Exhibition Application Form 2012 or call us on 0121 449 8585. If you have any questions please email email@example.com