Wednesday, December 14, 2005

Manchester, So Much to Answer For

David Gledhill, 'Ancoats Development' 2005

Margaret Cahill
Matt Davies
Joseph Draper
Bernard Georgeson
David Gledhill

David Hancock
Jemma Jones
Ying Kwok
Andrew Magee
Charles Nuttall
Gemma Parker
Judith Rothwell
Simon Woolham

'Manchester, So Much to Answer For' is an exhibition focussing upon artists who base themselves, or draw influence from Manchester. The exhibtion has been programmed to tie in with the British Art Show 6 which will be shown in Manchester Galleries during the period. This exhibitions aims to give a survey of the recent developments of artists working within the Manchester region and will highlight a number of tendencies of artists engaging with 2-Dimentional work.

The exhibtion has been curated by David Hancock and Paul Murphy.

Exhibition Dates: - 28 January - 2 April 2006
Private View: - TBC
Open Times: - Saturdays & Sundays, 12-5pm
Other times by Appointment

For further information contact David Hancock 07799 813 062 or Paul Murphy 07817793518 email

Manchester, So Much to Answer For

Matt Davies

Jemma Jones

Bernard Georgeson

Off the Canvas

Alan Gummerson '4X'

Richard Gallagher 'Untitled'

Mark Murphy 'Calderdale' (detail)

Michelle O'Mahoney, 'Marriage'

Wednesday, November 30, 2005

Off the Canvas

Alex Booker

Exhibition Dates: - 15 December 2005 – 23 January 2006
Private View: - Thursday 15 December 6-8pm
Opening Times: - Saturday and Sunday 12 - 5pm
Other times by Appointment

Alex Booker
Richard Gallagher
Alan Gummerson
Mark Murphy
Paul Murphy
Michelle O'Mahoney

'Off the Canvas' is an exhibition of work that rejects the constrictions of the flat bed canvas. A diverse group of artists have come together to depict the concept; with paintings, print, assemblages and mixed media works for the viewer to consider. The exhibitors are driven by a common aim to challenge the two-dimensional plane within a variety of subject matter.

Paul Murphy

After the Jump

Exhibition Images

Alice wilson 'Highland Park'

Steve Parsons 'Beggars Belief'

Tom Van Herrewege 'Mr. Aides'

Paul Murphy 'Ryan Air on Shelf'

Mark Murphy 'The Cost of Living' #1

Tuesday, October 11, 2005

After the Jump

Richard Gallagher 'Untitled'
‘After the Jump’
Curated by Paul Murphy and Richard Gallagher

Private View: - Saturday 15th October 6-9pm
Exhibition Dates: -15.10.05 – 13.11.05
Opening Times: - Thursday, Friday & Saturday 11am-4pm
Other times by appointment

‘After the Jump’ presents the works of a young group of artists who have recently graduated from Midland Universities. The exhibition shows an eclectic mix of work ranging through painting, sculpture, drawing and photography. It provides a unique opportunity to see the work of these eight young nationally based artists as they prepare to embark on their professional careers.

With work included by; the curators Paul Murphy and Richard Gallagher, Wimbledon School of Art MA students, Matt Cahill, Tracey Eastham and Tom van Herrewege, photographer Mark Murphy and artist’s Alice Wilson and Steve Parsons.

Also on show will be ‘Andy’s Chest’ presenting the works on paper by Matt Cahill, Matt Davies, David Hancock, Andy Magee, Cherry Tenneson and Simon Woolham

Warsaw Project Space, Open Artists Studios, 34 George Leigh Street, Ancoats, Manchester, M4 5DG
Tel: - 0161 236 5612
Mob: - 0781 779 3518

Friday, September 09, 2005

Andy's Chest

Warsaw Projects
Presents: -
'Andy's Chest'
An exhibition of works on paper
1.9.05 - 15.10.05

Artists: -
Matt Davies
David Hancock
Andy Magee
Cherry Tenneson
Simon Woolham

Exhibition viewed by Appointment
Contact David Hancock on 0161 236 5612 or 07799 813 062
'Andy's Chest' is a permenant exhibition space and will change every 6 weeks