Eric Moody’s first solo selling exhibition in Norwich is at Mandell’s Gallery in June and consists of prints, paintings and mixed media assemblages (in two and three dimensions) which demonstrate his long mastery of the genre, coloured construction, and his ability to address important, even universal and eternal issues through his work. Although this exhibition, called Schism by the artist, focuses on recent work the exhibition includes a number of earlier and seminal works which help us investigate a perceived change in the nature of Eric Moody’s work after his recovery from a long, disabling and life threatening illness.
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A Q&A booklet in which the artist addresses issues raised by two important collectors of his work. The Q&A is complimentary with the catalogue.
We all have our private view of Southwold – the little seaside town of global renown that each resident and visitor loves for very personal reasons. But the vision of painter Katherine Hamilton goes deeper and broader to embrace so many of our experiences and dreams. In her latest and most ambitious cycle of landscape pictures to date, this intrepid long-distance traveller takes us on a journey of discovery extending no further than four miles from her studio Ian Collins – Southwold April 2012.
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John Kiki was Born in Cyprus, he studied at the Camberwell School of Art and the Royal Academy Schools 1960 – 64. His main influence is Frank Auerbach. John Kiki has Works in major collections which include: Chantry Bequest, National Gallery of Wales, The Saatchi Collection, Gallup Finland, Siemans PLC, Art Esprit Ltd, University Gallery, Liverpool. John Kiki has had solo exhibitions at Mandell’s Gallery in 2009 and 2011. This Catalouge is from the 2009 exhibition.