Saturday 26 May to Sunday 14 October 2018
Challenging and questioning perceived constricts and rules around printmaking, four artists have been commissioned to create new work for this pop-up exhibition.
Lubna Ali challenges the notion of the value of a print, using geometric patterns inspired by her Islamic heritage; Claudia Alonso explores sculptural forms as print; Joey Collins gathers source material from discarded ephemera and allows chance to play an integral part to the way he approaches his practice; and Gwilym Hughes abstracts anonymous faces found in Salford Museum’s stores.
Wednesday 20 June 2018, 5:00pm to 7:00pm
Come and join us at the private view of this pop-up exhibition at Salford Museum & Art Gallery. View event.
Brought to you in partnership with Hot Bed Press and University of Salford Art Collection, funded by Arts Council England: Grants for the Arts.