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‘Lament For The Poetic: Recent Work’ – Brian Chalkley

06/04/1990

Brian Chalkley’s new work seduces immediately. It celebrates the craftsmanship of painting and sculpture, combining the relative freedom of oil with the demands of using lead, cooper and the etching process.

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‘Night & Day: Comic Rationalism’ – John Gledhill

22/02/1990

In these post modernist times it is perhaps only with tongue in cheek that one can label one’s work with any other ‘-ism’, especially one which could be translated into mock seriousness. Yet John Gledhill’s use of the term ’comic rationalism’ really does have a serious point.

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‘Changing Tack’ – Jill Randall & Roxy Walsh

08/06/1990

During the city’s Olympic Festival Castlefield Gallery is showing the work of two Manchester artists, painter Roxy Walsh and sculptor, Jill Randall.

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Gillian Ayres

25/11/1990

In a unique collaboration, Castlefield Art Gallery and Cornerhouse are jointly representing an exhibition of Gillian Ayres most recent paintings.

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‘Paintings From The Eighties’ – Albert Irvin

27/07/1990

Albert Irvin was over sixty when his first work was acquired by the Tate Gallery. His stature as an artist grew out of a lifetime devoted to painting and understanding what it takes to make great art.

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‘Paintings 1982-89’ – Andrzej Jacowski

08/09/1989

Andrzej Jackowski makes paintings of great beauty that have also profound depth. Recurring images appear: the hut on wheels, the upturned boat, the boat that contains a landscape within it, giant heads on their side, the ‘Brides’ series, with their emphasis on the female spirituality.

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‘Modern Times: Paintings 1979-1989′ – Clyde Hopkins

26/05/1989

Clyde Hopkins has exhibited in many major one person and group shows since his emergence as one of Britain’s most interesting abstract painters in the late 1970’s.

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‘From the Belly of the Whale: Biblical Imagery’ – Albert Herbert

26/05/1989

During the 60’s and 70’s Herbert was involved with the avant garde but became uneasy about being, as he perceived it deliberately obscure. To escape from the confines of ‘art’ or impersonal self- expression he chose as subject matter universally recognised Biblical stories.

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‘English Cathedrals: Drawings’ – Dennis Creffield

05/01/1989

In 1987 the South Bank Board commissioned the painter Dennis Creffield to draw all 26 medieval cathedrals of England. From February until November 1987 Creffield travelled more than 10,000 miles in a motor caravan, drawing in all weathers, and rising early to avoid the tourists.

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Frank Bowling

10/06/1988

The Castlefield Gallery is mounting the first one-man exhibition of FRANK BOWLING’s work to be held in the North West. Although he has lived, worked and exhibited widely in America where his work is well known (especially in New York where he was awarded the American Guggenheim Fellowship twice), Bowling has not attained the same level of recognition in this country.

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