New Release Notes
Artist Clare Rae in conversation with photographic archivist, Gareth Syvret
Wednesday 12th September at 1pm
During the exhibition Entre Nous: Claude Cahun and Clare Rae we will be hosting a gallery talk with the artist Clare Rae in converstaion with Photographic Archivist, Gareth Syvret. This informal discussion will address the themes and ideas raised by the exhibition. All are welcome!
Photograph: Claude Cahun, I am in Training Don't Kiss Me, c. 1927. Courtesy Jersey Heritage archive and collections.
Claude Cahun and Clare Rae
Exhibition Continues: 10 - 28th September 2018
Gallery Talk: Wednesday 12th September at 1pm
Entre Nous brings together photographs by the French artist Claude Cahun (1894-1954) and Australian contemporary artist Clare Rae in an exhibition that reflects a dialogue between two performative photographic practices created some 70 years apart.
Claude Cahun was an avant-garde queer artist and writer, best known for the radical self-portrait photographs she produced, in collaboration with her partner Marcel Moore, in 1920s Paris. In 1937 the pair moved to Jersey and produced a significant body of performative and vernacular photographs over two
Talks and Discussions at the Gallery
As part of our Summer Exhibition Education Program, we shall be hosting a series of talks and discussions at the Gallery throughout July. All talks are free, however places are limited. Please call us at the Gallery on 01534 739900 or email us at email@example.com to reserve your seat.
TUE 3 JULY: Autism and Art by Juliet St John Nicolle
Tuesday 3rd July, 12.30 - 1.30 pm
Juliet has been using art as a way of communicating throughout her life. A prolific and original artist, Juliet will talk about her motivation and give us
Jersey Summer Exhibition 2018
By a selection of local artists who successfully passed the Summer Exhibition submission process with a panel of professional artists and critics: Danny Rolph, Gillian Duke and Sasha Gibb.
Exhibition : Thursday 21 Juny - Friday 27 July 2018, Mon - Fri 10am - 5pm and by appointment
See webpage for events, discussions and weekend opening: http://www.ccagalleriesinternational.com/summer-exhibition-finalists.html
CCA Galleries International's Summer Exhibition lreturns for the second year this summer. Last years exhibition saw over 1,000 visitors and two thirds of the work sold. This years exhibition includes ceramics, prints, paintings, photography, performance, textiles and sculpture. The exhibition is based on
Shorelines & Spinnakers
By Donald Hamilton Fraser
Exhibition Friday 11 May - Thursday 7 June
Oils, Prints and Watercolours by Scottish Colourist Donald Hamilton Fraser
by Graham Tovey
Exhibition: 20 April - 10 May
Gallery Talk: Friday 20 April, 1-1.45pm
Skyscape Workshop: Thursday 26 April, 10.30 - 4pm at the Gallery. Tickets £35 per person, please book in advance. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your space, or call 01534 739900
Tovey is well known in the island for his atmospheric and compelling landscapes. Graham's work is abstract by nature but is always based on the reality of landscape - he often returns to the same location over a period of time.
Graham is keen to point out that Constable produced over 600 studies of the
SNOW ON THE NOSE
by Bruce McLean
Well it well and truly is today, Thursday March 1 - so please don't venture to the Gallery today as we are not open . Due to the weather conditions we have also made the unusual decision to postpone tonights Private View of Bruce & Flora McLean's new exhibition 'BOWLS BERETS BANGLES FROCKS PRINTS PLATES' - the new date for the Private View is Friday 9 March, 5.30 - 7pm. Do join our mailing list to receive an invite; email@example.com
If you would like to stay on for the special presentation that evening,
IMPORTANT NOTICE: PRIVATE VEW NOW RESCHEDULED FROM THURSDAY 1 MARCH TO FRIDAY 9 MARCH, DUE TO BAD WEATHER CONDITIONS
Bowls Berets Bangles Frocks Prints Plates
a collaborative art/fashion exhibition
By Flora McLean & Bruce McLean
Exhibition: 2 - 28 March sponsored by Vantage Premier
Live Presentation on Friday 9 March, 7.30pm : For one night only, Bruce and Flora will be at the gallery to entertatin with a live presentation that includes films made with Piers Alsop and Harry Reavley. 'Not a Peep' is the latest, highly sylised short animation by Piers Alsop, that fuses the surreal world of Magritte
Edmund Blampied Exhibition
Brought to you by The British Red Cross
Exhibition continues until Wednesday 31 Jan
A family collection of unseen works by Edmund Blampied, these works are not for sale.