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26 April 2019 – 15 June 2019
Juan Araujo: Measurable distances of
Juan Araujo makes paintings that consider how different articulations of modernist histories can be variously read through art and architecture, and the connections between them.
21 July 2018 – 22 September 2018
Simon English: Smile Please
PEER presents Smile Please, a significant new body of ‘painted drawings’ by Simon English, accompanied by other recent works on paper and rarely seen sculptural assemblages created by the artist between 2014 and 2018.
Gallery open 12 to 6pm Wednesday to Saturday and by appointment.
21 July to 22 September
25 November 2017 – 3 February 2018
23 June 2017 – 26 August 2017
Jimmy Robert - European Portraits
Jimmy Robert's European Portraits opened on 23 June marking the first anniversary of the Brexit vote, exploring ideas of inclusion and exclusion, belonging and identity and how these are constructed. Robert foregrounds the physical division between PEER's two gallery spaces in an installation that integrates a series of intimate text portraits written by the artist and a new sound work by Ain Bailey, alongside three consecutive evenings of live performance in the gallery in late June. The focal point of the performance is the substantial doorway and entry/exit point that conjoins the two rooms where Robert moves within and through, a constricted space of both transience and infinity while handling the drapes and folds of a large-scale fabric-printed image from a 16th century Bronzino portrait. A film of the live event is available on the PEER website and the audio/visual elements of European Portraits are presented as a gallery installation.
28 April 2017 – 10 June 2017
James Pyman - Trespass
Through the medium of drawing, James Pyman investigates how identity is defined by circumstance, geography and popular culture.
27 September 2016
Wherewithal is a showcase exhibition that brings together four diverse, emerging artists who are all completing a year-long Acme studio award for recent graduates; Alison Ballance, Rutie Borthwick, Hugo Brazão and Harriet Foyster.
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