5.30 pm Stanley & Audrey Burton Gallery Paper Trails: Treasures on Paper
6.15 pm 28 – 30 Clarendon Road TRIPTYCH: Leeds University Fine Art Degree Show
7.00 pm Leeds Art Gallery Pavilion presents Yael Bartana
Meet at the entrance to the Stanley & Audrey Burton Gallery or join us at any of the venues along the way.
Please note that the final stop is a film screening that will last until 8pm.
Booking isn’t required but please contact us in advance if you have any access requirements as accessibility of venues varies.
The Leeds Art Walk is a monthly tour of exhibitions in Leeds led by Pavilion and artist Amelia Crouch. The Leeds Art Walk takes place on the first Wednesday of every month and is free and open to all.
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Paper Trails: Treasures on Paper
This exhibition shows highlights from the University Art Collection’s wide-ranging works on paper, including early English watercolours, 20th century drawings and recent prints.
The exhibition is an opportunity to celebrate 30 years of hard work behind the scenes to fully catalogue and to make sense of the paper trails related to the artworks accumulated by the University over its history. Over 2012, the Gallery will finally be bringing the results of this cataloguing project to an audience online. The physical paper trails that took so long to catalogue will soon be available ‘virtually,’ accessible to a worldwide audience in digital form, and this information preserved for the future.
TRIPTYCH: Leeds University Fine Art Degree Show
We’re very excited to be seeing work by this years’ graduating Fine Art students before the exhibition officially opens to the public the next day.
Pavilion presents a screening of short films by Yael Bartana (1970, Kfar-Yehezkel, Israel), a video artist who explores the imagery of cultural identity. In her photographs, films and installations Bartana critically investigates her native country’s struggle for identity. Her early work documents collective rituals introducing alienation effects such as slow-motion and sound. In her recent work the artist stages situations and introduces fictive moments into real existing narrative