Gallery 435, Slough's Contemporary art gallery, have set aside two small spaces in their warehouse venue for artists to use for experimentation. They're looking for emerging artists and adventurous types who want to try out a new medium or have a crazy and irresistible idea for an artwork.
Zoe Hatch, gallery founder, writes:
"We're always keen to support new and local artists but we're painfully aware that 4,000 sq ft of warehouse space is a lot for one person to fill, especially when you're just starting out. We want to give artists the opportunity to transform a space at Gallery 435 and make it their own."
You'll have to get in touch quick if you want to exhibit alongside their main show in June, call Zoe on 07974 457925 for more information.
GALLERY 435 LAUNCH EVENT
UNCENSORED - an exhibitIon of work by Angela Edwards
THURSDAY 12 JUNE, 6 - 9 PM
415 Montrose Avenue, Slough Trading Estate, Slough, Berks SL1 4TJ
Further details - www.gallery435.com
This summer Gallery 435 exhibits a bold and uncompromising collection of paintings by Angela Edwards. 'Uncensored' is one woman's exploration of what she calls "The damaged life of British lower class society". Mixing wry playfulness with the grotesque and the surreal, Edwards asks us to re-examine the neglected and taboo issues of 21st century Britain.
Angela Edwards is tipped for greatness and exhibits in Slough with her most comprehensive show to date. If you care about social injustice, the state of the nation or groundbreaking fabulous art, make sure you see this show.
WARNING: Some of the imagery in this exhibition is disturbing and sexually explicit, due to the subject matter being explored. Children are NOT permitted to view this exhibition.