Thanks to all that came to the Pop-up restaurant at the OSR Project Space this weekend for making it such an enjoyable evening. I thought about hiring a skip just to take the empty wine bottles away.
Special thanks to all of you that made the evening possible, Nico Ghirlando, Chantelle Henocq, Georgina Conroy, Ella Suggs, Robin Cotsworth and Rob & Lisa from Inn the Square.
Follow this link to find out more about the OSR Projects Pop-up team, see some photos, and check out the menu
Thanks to all of you that made it to the launch of Michael Calver’s Uneven Territories, it was a cracking evening. The exhibition is open until 9th November, Thurs – Sat 11am – 5pm, and Sunday 12 – 4pm.
image: Michael Calver Rag drawing 5 2014
You can now download a PDF of the Palaces & Cabins catalogue. If you would like a (limited edition) printed copy we have a few available at the OSR Project Space. Hope to see you at the OSR Project Space soon
18 October – 9 November 2014 at the OSR Project Space. Uneven Territory is an exhibition of new and previously unseen paintings and drawings that, alongside key work made since 2006, forms an uncensored view of Michael Calver’s output. The work is at turns intimate, highly formal and sometimes unsettling.
Image courtesy of the artist: Prospect 2013 – Michael Calver
Photo. Alistair Gentry at Fancy’s Farm
Bristol Biennial is an artist-led festival that celebrates exciting and engaging projects by talented emerging artists. In 2014, the festival takes ‘Crossing the Line’ as its theme, exploring artistic boundaries and encouraging collaboration across the city.
Over the next 10 days Bristol Biennial presents over 30 events, performances and exhibitions, inviting the public to encounter, explore and engage with exciting artworks in unexpected spaces across the city
Image. Blind Chance – Ting-Tong Chang
See photos of the first OSR Projects art school workshops