Posts tagged ‘Sarah Blood’

November 3, 2012

Cowgate Illuminations Showcase

Monday 5th November, 4pm – 8.30pm
The Cowgate Centre, Houghton Avenue, Cowgate, Newcastle, NE5 3HY

Cowgate Illuminations is a new commission from Wunderbar   and Newcastle City Council Arts Development Team   that aims to illuminate Cowgate’s local community centre through the design and development of a lighting installation, led by local residents and community groups.

Neon artist Sarah Blood   has been working with a range of groups that use the centre in an exploration of interactive lighting techniques and design. Sarah has inspired the local residents to contribute their ideas to the design of the final installation, which will be the synthesis of these activities.

Bonfire Night Celebrations in Cowgate on Monday 5th November from 4pm – 8.30pm, where we will be featuring the first showcase of work created by the local community. There will be neon and electroluminescent wire installations, neon cupcakes and temporary tattoos and, of course, a fantastic bonfire and fireworks display.

October 8, 2012

Sarah Blood @ the 5th Annual Frieze Week


The fifth annual Frieze week exhibition from Plus Art Projects, and the inaugural exhibition at the Mayor’s Parlour showcases bold and unconventional works by 67 artists, straight from the artists’ studios.


The exhibition includes a souvenir from the Chapman Brothers’ controversial Hell sculpture, neon artworks by Tracey Emin, Gavin Turk and David Batchelor, taxidermy sculpture by Polly Morgan, a myriad of paintings which range in subject and scale, amongst many other works. Art works are numbered, not conventionally listed; the viewer encounters ambitious, enticing and occasionally challenging artworks, directly, without influence of authorship.  The wide range of content and making gives this exhibition a pinhole view of some of the most exciting and challenging contemporary art in London now.


Plus Art Projects is known for its cutting edge intuitive response to curatorial pluralism, across a wide range of mediums and diversity of views, which stand in relation to one single approach or method of interpretation. Diversity of methodology is stressed by the inclusion of over 60 established and emerging artists working in painting, sculpture, neon, photography, taxidermy, film, drawing, mixed media works and high end takes on appropriation.


Sue Arrowsmith, Peter Ashton Jones, Annie Attridge, Franko B, David Batchelor, Katrina Blannin, Sarah Blood, Sean Branagan, Tamsin Casswell, Jake and Dinos Chapman, Katy Cole, Mat Collishaw, Dan Coombs, Mark Croxford, Jason Davidge, Adam Dix, The DnA Factory, Dominic from Luton, Howard Dyke, Rosie Edwards, Tracey Emin, Damien Good, Nitin Goyal, Ken Graham, Tim Holmes, Mustafa Hulusi, Nick Jeffrey, Ben Kustow, Peter Lamb, David Leeson, Sarah Lucas, Dingbot Mclatchley, Declan McMullan, Harry Meadley, Tanya Millar, Simon Mitchell, Luke Morgan, Polly Morgan, Darren Murray, Morag Myerscough, Lyle Perkin, Benedict Radcliffe, Tabita Rezaire, Kerry Ryan, Yana Ryan, Giorgio Sadotti, Peter Saville, Mark Siebert, Michael Stubbs, Jessica Temple, Sarah Tulloch, Gavin Turk, Covadonga Vales, Harry Weller, Gillian Westgate, Alison Willoughby, Phill Wilson Perkin, David Wood, Elizabeth Wright.


Curated and produced by neonist Kerry Ryan, artist Declan McMullan and Jessica Temple


The nine post-private view acts include Gavin Turk, Dave Collishaw DJing, as well as a plethora of bands and music, promising another legendary Plus Art Projects Frieze week party.




Plus Art Projects
The Mayor’s Parlour
First Floor
Bow House
153 – 159 Bow Road
London E3 2SE


info@plusartprojects.com <mailto:info@plusartprojects.com>
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http://www.themayorsparlour.com <http://www.themayorsparlour.com/>


Opening times:
9 – 9 daily
9 – 6 Saturdays
9 – 4 Sundays


Nearest Stations
Bow Church: DLR (1 min walk)
Bow Road: District, Hammersmith & City Line (3 min walk)
Stratford: Central, Jubliee, DLR, overground (12 min walk)

Please contact Jessica Temple at info@plusartprojects.com <mailto:info@plusartprojects.com> regarding press previews and supplementary information including images, selected artworks and biographies.