Artist Talk: Stuart Whipps

Image Credit: Stuart Whipps, A postcard of Victoria Falls leaning against a geological sample from John Latham's mantlepiece (2012)

Spike Island, 133 Cumberland Road, Bristol, BS1 6UX

01179292266
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www.spikeisland.org.uk

Thursday 21 July 2016
6pm
Opening Hours: 12-5pm
Admission Fee: 5/3 concessions Free for Spike Associates
Booking essential
http://www.spikeisland.org.uk/events/talks/artist-talk-stuart-whipps/

Stuart Whipps talks about the disparate narratives that have been brought together for Isle of Slingers, his most comprehensive exhibition to date.

Stuart Whipps (b. 1979) lives and works in Birmingham. He is currently exhibiting in British Art Show 8 (touring the UK through 2015-2016). Solo exhibitions include: Photo Colour Services, Ithuba Arts Gallery, South Africa (2015); Zabludowicz Collection Invites: Stuart Whipps, Zabludowicz Collection, London (2014); Reference Works, Guangzhou Library, China (in collaboration with Andrew Lacon) (2014); Birth Springs, Death Falls, Flat Time House, London (2013); Tick, Tack, Tick, Tack, Tick., David Dale Gallery, Glasgow (2012); Why Contribute to The Spread of Ugliness?, Ikon Gallery, Birmingham (2011); Oriel Davies Gallery, Newtown, Wales (2010). Group exhibitions include: After The Image, Unseen Photography Fair, Amsterdam (2014); Reference Works, Library of Birmingham (2013); On The Rocks, One Thorsby Street, Nottingham (2012). 

 

 

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