on the map, art exhibition : a private view

Saturday 7 April 2012

i received these photographs of the art exhibition on the map from the exhibition curator at hastings museum in the e-post today…

it looks good; i hope to get to see the exhibition before it closes in june 2012 (and visit the newly opened jerwood gallery, which is also in hastings)…

hastings museum art gallery, on the map art exhibition 2012

Clare Brewster, The little birds, papercuts (left wall); Carl Jaycock, Blue Blood – We all want the world, four digital prints (centre right);

hastings museum gallery, on the map, contemporary art exhibition 2012

hastings museum art gallery, on the map art exhibition 2012

Judith Adler, Floorboard Crossing, digital photographs (left); Sally Underwood, Triptych, knitted textile (centre); Jazz Green, Earthbound II & III, mixed media on panel (right);

hastings museum gallery, map art exhibition 2012

Judith Shaw, Icelandic Journey I & II, paint and photographic image on paper (left);

hastings museum and gallery, on the map contemporary art exhibition 2012

hastings museum and gallery, on the map art exhibition 2012

Jean Davey Winter, Wetlands – Mapping, acrylic on canvas (centre);

hastings museum and gallery, on the map art exhibition 2012

[exhibition photography © 2012 Alexander Brattell]

On the Map features the work of eighteen contemporary artists whose work is variously inspired and informed by maps, cartography and mapping the environment. (I have two works in this exhibition). ‘On the Map’ is at Hastings Museum & Art Gallery, curated by Catherine Harvey, exhibitions officer & keeper of world art.

On the Map: Historic Maps & Contemporary Map Art
10 March – 17 June 2012
Hastings Museum and Art Gallery
Johns Place, Bohemia Road, Hastings, TN34 1ET

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2 thoughts on... on the map, art exhibition : a private view

  1. Steven

    This does indeed look very beautifully arranged/hung/displayed;
    looks like a wonderful gallery space.
    Which are the two works you have in this show?

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