May 25, 2011 § Leave a comment
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February 23, 2011 § 4 Comments
This time next week, Mapping the Flâneur will be opening as part of the Collectives Encounter exhibition ‘The Flâneur: The Dwelling Place of the Collective’ at Format11.
Below is the list of collectives contributing work to the installation:
ASA Collective / UK
Belgrade Raw / Serbia
Black Box / Nigeria
Black Dog Collective / Denmark
BlankPaper – La Escuela / Spain
Blind Collectif / France
Boreal Collective / Canada
Collectif Item / France
Depiefoto / Spain
Dvafoto / Serbia + US
Galeria Experiência / Brazil
Garapa / Belgium + Brazil
MJR / International
NAPO Images / Poland
Role / Brazil
TerraProject / Italy
Verso Images / Russia
Wideyed / UK
Zorye Kolektiv / Slovenia
Our special thanks go to Arturo Rodriguez Castillo of arrowphoto.org for coordinating contributions from La Escuela BlankPaper in Spain, and to Nathalie Belayche at ON THE ROOF for help with contacting Nigerian collective Black Box.
February 19, 2010 § Leave a comment
Carlo and Nick invite you to the opening of the brand new Empty Shop HQ.
Set over two floors and featuring 6 exhibitions, this is the biggest Empty Shop event yet and also celebrates the opening of our first ever full time venue.
The event features:
- The 2nd Annual Empty Shop Open
- Work by the new Empty Shop studio group, The Freebirds
- The first residency in the new Stairwell Gallery
- A new mixed media exhibition by photographer Toby Lloyd
- Original wall drawings by the Cloud Commission
- Expanse Gallery Expanse: The smallest gallery in the world curated by 50ft Long Horse
6pm – 9pm Friday 19th February 2010
35c Framwellgate Bridge
Richard and me will be there tonight – we just have to see what fresh direction Toby’s thing with Greggs sausage rolls is taking!
November 26, 2009 § Leave a comment
So, Louise is opening ‘Centenary’ tomorrow afternoon.
Information above, and also on the ‘Centenary’ page of the ‘What We’ve Done’ section of this website.
November 17, 2009 § Leave a comment
Arts collective BLIMEY! are hosting an event on the theme of ‘social’, 2-8pm on Saturday 21st November at the Darlington Railway Institute. Curated by James Lowther, BLIMEY! members and selected guest artists – including Wideyed’s own Louise Taylor, who will be giving a sneak preview of some images from her upcoming exhibition ‘Centenary’ – will show and create work, and the event will end with an auction.
For more info about the programme and participation, email firstname.lastname@example.org or look for BLIMEY! on Facebook.