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Salvatore Arancio, Untitled, 2017,Glazed  and unglazed resin, epoxy resin, 49 x 29 x 27 cm
2018/19 Harris Museum & Art Gallery

Salvatore Arancio

Salvatore Arancio’s work explores beauty and the sublime in nature. He is fascinated by the merging of myth and science, exploring the state of suspension between the real and the…

Jasleen Kaur, He Walked Like He Owned Himself, 2018, Embroidered tracksuit, Dimensions variable
2018/19 Touchstones Rochdale

Jasleen Kaur

Jasleen Kaur is a Scottish-Indian artist based in London. She was brought up in a traditional Sikh household in Glasgow. An early influence upon Kaur’s practice was formed by working…

Malene Hartmann Rasumussen, Nightfall, 2015, Ceramic (earthenware) glazed with ceramic transfers, 17 x 45 x 45 cm
2018/19 Swindon Museum and Art Gallery

Malene Hartmann Rasmussen

Malene Hartmann Rasmussen creates mixed media installations incorporating sculpture, print and found objects. Nightfall is a ceramic nest made of twisted black antlers, speckled acorn eggs and delicate butterflies. The…

Lubna Chowdhary, Late in the Afternoon, 2-18, Ceramic, 60 x 100 cm
2018/19 Gallery Oldham

Lubna Chowdhary

Lubna Chowdhary’s shaped tiles, sculptural objects and installations in ceramic constitute a distinctive oeuvre that bridges the disciplines of architecture, craft, design, sculpture and painting. Her colour-rich body of work…

Vicki Ambery-Smith, Birmingham City Ring, 2019, Silver with red and yellow gold details, anodised niobium, titanium veneer, 6.1 x 4.6 x 2.4 cm
2018/19 Birmingham Museums and Art Gallery

Vicki Ambery-Smith

Vicki Ambery-Smith has earned an international reputation for her unique metalwork interpretations of cityscapes. Her jewellery is designed to be worn, and the architectural structures on which she bases her…

Fiona Banner, Runway Show, 2017, Letraset on aircraft part, 86  x 45 cm
2018/19 Victoria Gallery & Museum

Fiona Banner

Fiona Banner, also working under the name of The Vanity Press, puts text and publishing at the centre of her practice. Nominated for the Turner Prize in 2002, her work…

Susan Philipsz, Seve n Tears, 2016, 7-channel sound installation, 12
2018/19 Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art

Susan Phillipsz

Susan Philipsz is best known for her arresting site-specific sound installations which explore notions of loss, longing, hope and return. She is interested in how sound can trigger memory and…

Peter Liversidge,  Proposals for Lancaster Arts, 2019, 10 typed proposals, 24.1 x 32.7  x 2.8 cm
2018/19 Peter Scott Gallery Lancaster University

Peter Liversidge

Peter Liversidge’s work exists in almost every conceivable medium. However, his artworks, interventions and performances all begin in the same way: as a proposal typed on an Olivetti Lettera 35….

Sonia Boyce, Six Acts, 2018,Six-screen film and wallpaper installation, 15 minutes, Edition 1 of 3
2018/9 Manchester Art Gallery

Sonia Boyce

Sonia Boyce first gained prominence as part of the Black Arts Movement in the 1980s. The starting point for her solo exhibition in Manchester Art Gallery was a series of…

Tamara Henderson, Camera, 2017, Wood, mixed textiles, copper, cork, brass ring, passport, poplar leaves, Mindfold eye mask, retired 16mm film, 35mm film holder, blue stained paper, colour balance card, salt, 190.5 x 121.9 x 48.3 cm
2018/19 The Hunterian Museum & Art Gallery

Tamara Henderson

Tamara Henderson’s practice draws inspiration from the itinerant life of the artist, where international exhibitions and residencies mean continual relocations and dislocations. Henderson’s work is notable not only for its…

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