What's on this week...
Don’t forget you can come down this week and view our current exhibition, “SCAPE” On until Friday.
And so we have our next exhibition starting tomorrow! SCAPE is a photography exhibition bought to you by the Vision Collective. Prints and originals are available to buy. The opening will be on Sunday the 21st 2-5pm. See our website for more details!
Ciao Italy, eh up mi duck Nottingham
So I am back from my jaunt in Italy and have brought the sun back with me! There are still a few days left to come down and see our current exhibition ‘A Sideways View’ Gallery opening times: 11am-6pm
Don’t forget to come down this week and check out our current exhibition! Private View is on Saturday the 6th April from 6pm http://www.maltcross.com/events/2013/04/01/obscuration
Another artist added to the bill!
Another artist has joined the bill for our next exhibition. Lauren Green will be joining Amanda Lock, Caroline Abbott and Heather Rudd in Obscuration, opening on the 1st April. Check out our website for more info!
But wait, there's more!
Whilst we’re at it, there’s more for you to look forward to with our next exhibition starting on the 1st April. This collaborative installation will be in a constant state of flux, acting as a space of discovery, transforming the gallery into an “experience.” http://www.maltcross.com/events/2013/04/01/obscuration
There’s still a few days left to catch our current exhibition, Converse. It’s on until Sunday! http://www.maltcross.com/events/2013/03/18/converse
You are in for a treat, as we bring you a last minute, but still equally wonderful exhibition, starting on Monday…private view Monday 18th 6-8pm SARAH BAUM, REBECCA DAVIES, POPPIE JACONELLI & CAROLINE MCDOUGALL The gallery is a space in which to converse. In this body of work we are exploring the idea of the gallery space as an environment for conversation between the pieces and a...
Caroline Abbott, Amanda Lock and Heather Rudd bring us notions of the concealed, the overlooked and uncertainty… The collaborative installation combines and overlaps our practices, acting as a space of discovery and escapism as the viewer navigates and interacts throughout the room. We, the artists, encourage and subtly manipulate the viewer’s journey, determined by lighting and pathways,...
This evening we have the private view of Lauren Halford’s The Middle Place. “I work with long, destructive processes; extensively sanding, dishevelling or hammering materials until their identity is removed and they resemble something else. I’m interested in how I can explore methods of production – is an object the sum total of it’s parts? In this sense I work retrospectively, exploiting...
The Middle Place
Not long to go now - be sure to come down to the gallery next week to see Lauren Halford’s exhibition! http://www.maltcross.com/events/2013/02/25/lauren-halford-solo-exhibition
out of hibernation
Hello all. It’s been a quiet month but don’t worry, we are back, with exhibitions lined up that will make you want to leave the comfort of your sofa and pull your nose from your book to venture out and see some fantastic art! First up is Lauren Halford. 25th Feb - 3rd March Halford’s work skips between medias. She creates diverse, multi-sensory projects; spanning...
The Malt Cross Gallery brings you a one off performance from artist Chris O’Day. Transforming the gallery space, this intimate performance will take place between 6 and 7pm on Friday 23rd November. That’s tomorrow people!
This week sees the start of our next exhibition. prac·tice noun 1 the actual application or use of an idea, belief, or method as opposed to theories about such application or use. prac·tice is an exhibition that brings together and celebrates the creative practices of six teachers/support members of staff at Bilborough College, Nottingham. Essentially theme-less, this show highlights...
Tonico Lemos Auad
Chatting with friends last night for some reason brought to mind an artist who I remember vaguely researching whilst at uni…Tonico Lemos Auad aka carpet fluff sculptor. His works do of course extend beyond these delicate almost temporal pieces, that appear to have an air of the whimsical and a disregard for material value. However humorous they are, Auad seems acutely aware of the darker...
IN AND OUT OF PLACE
Make sure you come down and visit the gallery this week. We have a great exhibition on from Max Limbu and other artists from Nottigham Trent University. These students pay homage to Language and Art - a pairing which has often been overlooked and under appreciated within the art world. Gallery opening hours - 11am - 6pm daily.
WEYA2012! What's going on you say?
Just a reminder to make you sure check out what’s happening this week as part of WEYA2012! With 700 artists from all over the world descended upon Nottingham and over 30 different venues involved around the city, there’s lots to see and do - Visual Art, Applied Art, Performance, Literature, Film, Dance and Music. You can pick up a programme at any one of the venues in and around the...
Whats coming up...
Just to give you all a little taster of what we have coming up in the gallery as part of WEYA (world event young artists) in September, here is some information about one of the artists who will be showing with us, Ryan Dunn - http://worldeventyoungartists.com/artists/ryan_dunn Keep an eye on here as I announce some of the other great young artists we will be hosting during this fantastic...
WEYA 2012 - world event young artists
The Malt Cross Gallery is proud to be a part of WEYA 2012. Situated across 30 different venues across the city, World Event Young Artists (WEYA) is the first of its kind and will take place in the cultural city of Nottingham, England in September 2012. This global event will showcase a selection of the best international creative talent, across a spectrum of artforms, in one city, providing an...
Summer - what's on
Hi all! Summer is always quite a quiet month, but we do have some exciting things coming up! We’re hoping to host some printing workshops over August. Keep your eyes peeled and your ears open for more information! From September onwards we once again have a busy schedule, kicking off with WEYA from the 7th - 16th September. Bringing together a plethora of young artists from over 100...
Opera Flash Mob anyone? Thursday, at Malt Cross!
WEYA - the city wide celebration of International Arts taking place in Nottingham from the 7th - 16th September 2012, gets another ball rolling with a sneak preview of a very special musical performance happening as part of the festival. Nottingham based composer and conductor Alex Patterson, will bewilder patrons of Nottingham’s Malt Cross, with a bespoke Flash Mob Opera designed to...
I’m off to London this week. If the weather stays as rainy as it has been I will be taking cover in galleries, coffee shops and places of good eats. I can think of worse ways to spend a few days!
art art art (and sun)
What exhibitions are you looking forward to seeing over the summer? There’s lots happening all over the UK. Here are a few that I’m hoping I can go and see - Doris Salcedo at the White Cube - http://whitecube.com/exhibitions/doris_salcedo_masons_yard_2012/ If you can get to Liverpool this weekend, the Royal Standard are hosting a weekend of events focusing on the idea of...
Release - a closer look...
If you couldn’t make it down for the private view, fear not, there is still plenty of time to come down and see the fantastic work we have on show. For a closer look, here is some more detailed info about the photographers and their work… http://releasephotofestival.com/photographers/alexandra-wallace.php.html http://releasephotofestival.com/photographers/emily-thorp.php.html ...
Release - Private View tonight!
This evening as part of Release,the Nottingham Trent University Photography Festival 2012, we have the private view of 3 photography students - Alexandra Wallace, Tom Willet and Emily Thorp. Running from 6-8pm, come down and help support and celebrate the hard work of this years crop of photography graduates! Check the facebook page for details of the other private views happening over the next...
Release Photo Festival 2012
Next Monday sees the opening of the Nottingham Trent University Photo Festival 2012, Release. The Malt Cross will play host to Alexandra Wallace, Tom Willett and Emily Thorp, 3 photography students whose talent, hard work and passion is clearly evident in their work. The private view will be on the 22nd May from 6pm. Come down and take a look! Alexandra Wallace Emily Thorp Tom Willet
Not long to go!
We’re very excited about the upcoming NTU photography degree show! Release will run from the 21st May to the 1st June and the Malt Cross Gallery is proud to be one of the venues involved. Showcasing a varied and diverse range of work, Malt Cross will play host to 3 photographers, who after 3 years of hard work and growth as creative individuals, will be showcasing their photography...
Release Annual Photo Festival
Release is the 16th annual Photography Degree Festival from Nottingham Trent University, showcasing a diverse range of work from 101 photographers across 2 weeks in May. Running from the 21st May to the 1st June, the Malt Cross Gallery will be host to 3 talented photographers. Private View: Tuesday 22nd May 6-8pm. Make sure you join us for this and the rest of the festival to see some seriously...
The Bears Are Watching Us
TONIGHT! Private View of The Bears Are Watching Us at The Malt Cross Gallery. Photographer Ronnie McDermid invites us to journey through imaginations, life, landscapes and memories. On until the 5th May, open daily from 11am until 6pm.
What's on and what's coming up...
It’s the last couple of days of our current exhibition, ‘Not Long Here’ come along and have a look if you haven’t already! Next up, ‘The Bears Are Watching Us’ - a photography exhibition by the wonderful Ronnie McDermid. Private view is Monday evening, so come down, grab some wine and have a look at some lovely photography. A photography exhibition journeying...
...Not Long Here...
We have our next exhibition starting this week! Not Long Here - A Temporal Existence, is a collaboration between Kirsty Kerr and Fern Mayo. Comprising of performative sculpture and audio-video installation, the show runs from the 11th - 18th April, with the private view taking place from 6:30pm onwards on Wednesday the 11th. Come down and have a look at some really fantastic art!
This Thursday sees our next exciting event take place - Fono is an explorative look at the relationship between sound and art. From 12pm in the gallery, there will be a series of performances and a time based installation and then from 7:30pm onwards in the cafe-bar, we bring you an evening of audio visual delights, from the likes of Sleuf + Envelope and Codes in the Clouds. It’s sure to be...
The private view for You Are Here is tonight, from 7pm, at the Malt Cross Gallery. Come down and have a nosey!
currently plotting, jotting, planning and thinking about future ventures, exhibitions and other creative projects. Here’s to 2011 being an exciting year!
You Are Here
You Are Here is open from 11am today. Come down to have a look at some amazing photography and if you can make it to the private view on Thursday, all the better!
You Are Here..is almost here!
The photography students are currently beavering away in the gallery setting up for the exhibition which opens on Monday. The private view is on Thursday the 15th from 7pm. There will be wine and the artists themselves to speak to. Come down and have a gander!
Mailing List...coming soon!
If you’d like to sign up to our soon to be mailing list, please email us at - email@example.com Updating you with all the goings on at the Malt Cross Gallery, we’re hoping to have this set up within the next few weeks!
An interesting project from Canadian based artist Jon Rafman. A collection of some of the weird, wonderful and down right strange images captured on google street view. http://9-eyes.com/ An intervention into the lives and surroundings of our planet, providing incidental and sometimes disturbing images that are an instantaneous snapshot of what is occurring, as we speak. Some look to be staged...