Wednesday, 28 May 2014

Missing narrative

Looking forward to being part of this next week…….


MISSING NARRATIVE

The Free Painters and Sculptors 2014 Members Exhibition 

Private View 3rd June 6-9pm

Exhibition dates  - 2nd - 14th June
 
The Menier Gallery | 51 Southwark Street | London SE1 1RU  | United Kingdom

www.meniergallery.co.uk
 

WHAT YOU SEE IS WHAT YOU SEE...

 
Missing Narrative is the annual members exhibition by the Free Painters and Sculptors (FPS) and will be held at the Menier Gallery – London Bridge.

This exhibition intends to investigate how visual arts often communicate something that is beyond vocabulary.

‘The painting is not a surface, but on a plane which is imagined. It moves the mind. It is not there physically at all. It is an illusion, a piece of magic, so what you see is what you see.’ 

Philip Guston – Abstract Expressionist – 1913 - 1980 

 

EXHIBITING ARTISTS

Alberta Bamonte | Alex McIntyre | Alexandra Harley | Annabel Cullen | Anna Cocciadiferro | Anette Sykes
Bruni Schling | Bettina Reiber | Camilla Bliss | Caroline Cary | Dijana Bekvalac | Gabriel Parfitt
James Reynolds | Joanna Ciechanowska | Jody Little | John Parfitt | Malcolm Franklin | Mary Jane Jones
Marco Alessi | Mel Cole | Owen Legg Pasquale Cesare | Pete Murry | Pete Roseman | PIKY | Sally Buchanan
Zoe Landau-Konson



FEATURING GUEST ARTIST

Miranda Donovan



DEDICATED TO ROY RASMUSSEN 1919-2014



ABOUT THE FREE PAINTERS AND SCULPTORS


FPS is an artist lead organisation that supports and promotes artists to develop their work on their own terms. The group builds long-term relationships with artists and promotes the dialogue and exchange of ideas within the visual arts through annual exhibitions and events.

Established in 1952, FPS was originally associated with the ICA (Institute of Contemporary Arts). Founding members featured many high profile and influential artists, including Roy Rasmussen, Lyall Watson and Maurice Jadot.

FPS played a significant part in the establishment of abstract art in the 1950's and 60's and was the first of a number of post war movements that freed artists from the orthodoxy of rigid and purely technical judgements.  This ethos continues today and we welcome applications from talented artists at all stages of their career
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CONTACTS


Lead Curator and Exhibitions Manager: Gabriel Parfitt | info@freepaintersandsculptors.co.uk | 07786865356

Graphics: Mike Garland | me@mikegarland.com

General: info@freepaintersandsculptors.co.uk | www.freepaintersandsculptors.co.uk


 

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