Our visitors, students and staff are our top priority and after careful consideration on the growing concerns of coronavirus (COVID-19) we have come to the difficult decision to postpone the preview of Slow Painting. We apologise for any disappointment caused.
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The exhibition is presented in partnership with Bath Spa University, with works shared across the Andrew Brownsword Gallery at The Edge and the Michael Pennie Gallery at Locksbrook campus. The preview provides an opportunity to view works at both venues over the afternoon and evening.
Curated by the writer and critic Martin Herbert, the exhibition features 19 artists, primarily British or UK based, whose work spans a myriad of styles and applications, from figuration to abstraction.
Michael Pennie Gallery, Locksbrook Campus, Bath Spa University BA1 3EL
Andrew Brownsword Gallery, The Edge, University of Bath BA2 7AY
Header image credit: Detail of Allison Katz, AKGraph (All Is On), 2016
There is something elemental in the act of painting that distinguishes it from the excess of images produced and consumed in contemporary life. Painting is an old, slow art, and this major exhibition explores its enduring vitality and presence, surveying a range of contemporary paintings that take their time and invite us, as viewers, to do the same. We are delighted to be presenting this exhibition with a range of wonderful exhibition partners around the UK.Brian Cass, Senior Curator of Hayward Gallery Touring