A3 Project Space

When: 28th June 2013 – 6th July, Open Fridays and Saturdays, 12:00-17:00
Where: A3 Project Space and Studios, Unit A3, 2 Bowyer Street, Digbeth, B10 0SA

A3 Project Space is a new artist-led gallery in Digbeth, run by Trevor Pitt, Oliver Jones and Cathy Wade. A responsive and evolving programme of exhibitions, projects and events will support contemporary artists, designers and makers to experiment and take risks with their work and their relationships with audiences.

A3 Works brings together the work of over 50 artists who each approach the dimensions of the A3 paper scale as a limitless possibility. The exhibition includes new and existing works by contemporary artists and designers working nationally and internationally, such as:

Larry Achaimpong / An Endless Supply / Jivan Astfalck / BAZ / Mark Beasley / Simon & Tom Bloor / Nicholas Bullen / Elly Clarke / Paul Cordwell / Rhys Coren / Beth Derbyshire / Keith Dodds / Stewart Easton / Stuart Edmundson / Mark Essen / Alec Finlay / S Mark Gubb / Lesley Guy / John Hammersley / David Helbich / Sophie Hope & Jenny Richards / Amy Twigger-Holroyd / Toby Huddleston / Mahtab Hussain / Kevin Hunt / Roddy Hunter / Andrew Jackson / Ben Javens / Juneau Projects / Oliver C Jones / Serena Korda / Adrian Lee / Hayley Lock/ Alexandra Lockett / Mini Moderns / MSFAC / Jo Masding / Andrew Maughan / Kate Pemberton / Pil and Galia Kollectiv / Trevor Pitt / Simon Peplow / Magnus Quaife / Jo Roberts / Liz Rowe / Kevin Ryan / Sparrow and Castice / Clare Thornton / Miles Thurlow / Mark Titchner / Martina Vermorel / Cathy Wade / Edward Wakefield / Mo White / Rich White.

After the gallery opening, the programme includes exhibitions from Brian Duffy and Juneau Projects, presenting Square Wave, between 19th July and 3rd August. Rachel Adams, Luca Bertolo, Samantha Donnelly, Graeme Durant, Andrew Maughan, Mike Pratt and Miles Thurlow will then exhibit Jesmonite on Paper from the 9th until the 17th August.

For more information, visit the A3 Project Space website, email a3projectspace@gmail.com, or get in touch via Twitter or Facebook.

Pamela Pinski

Digbeth and Proud

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