Alternative Visions: Undiscovered Art in the South West

Image Credit: Pink Rain and Pain by George J Harding

Bristol Museum & Art Gallery, Queens Rd, Bristol BS8 1RL

0117 922 3571
bristolmuseums@bristol.gov.uk
www.bristolmuseums.org.uk

Saturday 03 June 2017 – Sunday 10 September 2017
Opening Hours: 10am-5pm (Closed Mondays except Bank Holidays and during Bristol school holidays)

A remarkable and celebratory exhibition bringing to light new work by 20 previously undiscovered artists from across the region.

For these artists, art is a way of communicating personal life experiences including health issues, disability, difficult social circumstance, or isolation.

The exhibition includes audio from Artists First - a group of disabled artists with learning difficulties based in Bristol.

The exhibition includes artwork by:
Alex Orrell, Anthony Hill, Arthur Mactaggart, Darryn Michael, Emma Louvelle, Gavin Blench, George G Harding, Jeremy Lovelady, John Taylor, Joshua Howlett, Lisa Fay, Max Frances, Widow Twanky, Lyeekha, Peter Matthews, Peter Sutton, Pinn, Roger Davison, Sam Emm Art and Steve Burden.

Alternative Visions is developed in partnership with Outside In and Arts & Health South West. Funded by Arts Council England Strategic Touring programme.

Please be aware that a few artworks featured contain images that some visitors may find upsetting.

Find out more about Alternative Visions: Undiscovered Art in the South West.

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