Archive (September 2018)
Gallery Open Day
Saturday 13th October
11.00am - 16.00pm
The Biophilic Feast Saturday Open day offers a further opportunity for those unable to attend the Feast the night before, or those who wish to take another look at the Biophilic installations, partake in public discussions and whet their appetite with delicious tastings by chef and food researcher India Hamilton. India and art director and film maker Natasha Dettman will be on hand to answer any questions you may have about their collaboration.
The Biophilic Feast
by Natasha Dettman and India Hamilton
*Now on for two nights by popular request*
Thursday 11th and Friday 12th October, 7 - 10.30pm
Limited tickets available - Friday almost full
Ticket includes a 4 courses dinner served within the Gallery at a communal table with cocktails, tasters and wine with performance
To book please call Sasha Gibb at the Gallery on +44(0)1534 739900
Biophilia "an innate and genetically determined affinity of human beings with the natural world." E.O.Wilson
A collaboration between food, art and music, the Biophilic Feast invites the public to participate in a
Finissage - Entre Nous: Claude Cahun and Clare Rae
Saturday 29th September, 7.15 - 8.45pm
CCA Galleries International, Archisle project and Jersey Festival of Words are delighted to invite you to a special Finissage for the exhibition Entre Nous: Clude Cahun and Clare Rae with author Rupert Thomson and Photographic Archivist Gareth Syvret.
Join us at the Gallery for the Entre Nous exhibition finale with Rupert Thomson, author of Never Anyone But You. Rupert's novel tells the story of the love affair between Claude Cahun and Marcel Moore, two revolutionary French female artists. Never Anyone But You explores the story
Artist Clare Rae in conversation with photographic archivist, Gareth Syvret
Wednesday 12th September at 1pm
During the exhibition Entre Nous: Claude Cahun and Clare Rae we will be hosting a gallery talk with the artist Clare Rae in converstaion with Photographic Archivist, Gareth Syvret. This informal discussion will address the themes and ideas raised by the exhibition. All are welcome!
Photograph: Claude Cahun, I am in Training Don't Kiss Me, c. 1927. Courtesy Jersey Heritage archive and collections.
Claude Cahun and Clare Rae
Exhibition Continues: 10 - 28th September 2018
Gallery Talk: Wednesday 12th September at 1pm
Entre Nous brings together photographs by the French artist Claude Cahun (1894-1954) and Australian contemporary artist Clare Rae in an exhibition that reflects a dialogue between two performative photographic practices created some 70 years apart.
Claude Cahun was an avant-garde queer artist and writer, best known for the radical self-portrait photographs she produced, in collaboration with her partner Marcel Moore, in 1920s Paris. In 1937 the pair moved to Jersey and produced a significant body of performative and vernacular photographs over two