‘In My Ladies’ Chamber: Revisited’ – Amanda Ralph


Amanda has produced a continuous series of self-initiated projects, nationally selected exhibitions and commissioned installations, working with several museums galleries and organisations throughout the UK in recent years. ‘In my ladies’ chamber: revisited’ is a culmination of her work to date and brings together work from a selection of projects, predominantly ‘In my Ladies Chamber’ at the Liverpool Museum and her most recent exhibition ‘Found Object Ensemble’ at Ullet Road Unitarian Church, Liverpool.

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‘How The West Was Won’ – Yuen Fong Ling, Yeu Lai Mo, Mayling To & Wai Wan


‘How the West Was Won’ is an exhibition of the emergence of a new British art – Chinese style!

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‘Paintings’ – Martin Murrey


To be a painter of Manchester – as well as a Manchester painter – in the late1990’s is to fly in the face of fashion and the collective wisdom of our age. Martin Murrey has aspired to be both and has succeeded with calm assurance. Working for several years in a studio between Piccadilly Station and the Mancunian Way he has established a dialogue with the life of the city. His pictures tackle the city’s buildings and streets head-on, making unequivocal art from the Manchester that today’s mancunians know – The Cornerhouse, Oxford Road, Mash and Air, Canal Street.

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‘Say Cheese’ – Contemporary Art From Zurich


This exhibition is the second part of an exchange project between artists in Manchester and Zurich. In May, four artists from Manchester (Nick Crowe, David Mackintosh, Ian Rawlinson and Martin Vincent) exhibited in Zurich. Now it is time for five artists from Zurich to explore and experience the city of Manchester and to present their work over here.

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‘Avant-Premiere’ – Pascal-Michel Dubois


Castlefield Gallery is pleased to present “Avant-Premiere”, a new work by London-based French artist Pascal-Michel Dubois.

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‘Vertigo’ – art2go (Barrett Foster) – As part of queerupnorth98 International Arts Festival


Vertigo was originally inspired by accounts of gay men scattering the ashes of their loved ones on the dance floors of Sydney, New York, London and San Francisco and the discovery of fascinating collection of early porn whilst clearing the house of an early friend who had died.

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‘The Fitting’ – Nicky Bird


Nicky Bird’s work is a form of retrieval with the starting point being an original or found photograph, whether in a book, a museum collection or a family snap. She is interested in how documentary photography, whether by accident or design, catches and preserves the peripheral.

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‘Paintings’ – Peter Seal


This exhibition provides the first opportunity to review the work of Manchester based painter Peter Seal who has been practising in the region since 1982.

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‘Better After Death’ – Roxy Walsh


Opening at Castlefield Gallery on Friday 23 January, is an exhibition of new work by Roxy Walsh. Following on from recent exhibition at the Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle and Globe Gallery, North Shields, this exhibition is being shown simultaneously at the Annika Sundvik Gallery, New York.

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‘Horticulture Part One: Discount Flights’ – Clare Charnley


Horticulture Part 1 & 2 by Clare Charnley is a collaborative project between Castlefield Gallery and Leeds Metropolitan University Gallery.

The exhibition juxtaposes seemingly unrelated objects and materials including rose briars, electric cabling and lawyer’s sealing wax to explore relationships between culture and nature.

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