Wednesday 3 April 2013 Art Walk Schedule


5.30 pm Leeds Art Gallery Northern Art Prize
6.00 pm Henry Moore Institute Robert Filiou: The Institute of Endless Possibilities
6.45 pm White Cloth Gallery Donald Weber & Maciej Dakowicz

Meet at Leeds Art Gallery or join us at any of the venues along the way. A map of this month’s route can be found here.

The Leeds Art Walk takes place the first Wednesday of every month and is free and open to all.  Booking isn’t required but please contact us in advance if you have any access requirements as accessibility of venues varies. For more information please contact Pavilion on: 0113 343 2718.

More about the exhibitions:

Northern Art Prize

A new exhibition of work by four artists, each competing for £16,500 prize money and the title of sixth Northern Art Prize winner, will feature new and specially reconfigured work by shortlisted artists Margaret Harrison, Rosalind Nashashibi, Emily Speed and Joanne Tatham & Tom O’Sullivan.

Robert Filiou: The Institute of Endless Possibilities

The first institutional solo exhibition devoted to Filliou (1926-87) in the UK. It considers Filliou’s work outside of his close ties to Fluxus in order to focus specifically on his sculptural output and his concern with objects. This exhibition asks the question: when does an everyday object become a sculpture?

Donald Weber & Maciej Dakowicz

Donald Weber – Interrogations

Acclaimed Canadian photojournalist, Donald Weber, is set to unveil his latest project Interrogations at White Cloth Gallery, Leeds, for the first time in the UK. The result of a seven year journey through the Ukraine and Russia, the award-winning exhibition consists of a series of portraits taken during the four months Weber spent inside an unnamed police interrogation room in the Ukraine.

Maciej Dakowicz – Cardiff After Dark

Cardiff After Dark is the first monograph by British-based Polish photographer Maciej Dakowicz.  Focussed around a few pedestrianized streets in the city centre, Dakowicz’s images capture nightlife fuelled by alcohol and emotions.


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