Entre Nous: Claude Cahun and Clare Rae
Friday 7th - Friday 28th September, 10.00 - 17.00
Entre Nous: Claude Cahun and Clare Rae brings together photographs by the French artist Claude Cahun (1894-1954) and Australian contemporar artist Clare Rae in an exhibition that reflects a dialogue between the two performative practices created some 70 years apart
Wednesday 12th September, 13.00 - 14.00
Gallery talk with artist Clare Rae in conversation with Photographic Archivist, Gareth Syvret. This informal discussion will address the themes and ideas raised by the exhibition. After the discussion Clare will be available to sign her book Never Standing on Two Feet, published by Perimeter Editions (2017)
Saturday 29th September, 19.15 - 20.45
Finissage with author Rupert Thomson and photographic archivist Gareth Syvret. Rupert's novel Never Anyone But You tells the story of the love affair between Claude Cahun and Marcel Moore, two revolutionary French female artists. Following his talk at the Jersey Festival of Words, Rupert will be signing copies of his book amongst the work of Claude Cahun and Clare Rae and musing on the literary and visual language Cahun's work has provoked
Sir Peter Blake
Launch of new work, including the BBC Series (ed 75) and Tattoed Ladies (ed 50) using his distinctive style of collage, Sir Peter Blake's four new editions in the BBC Series feature the now-repurposed BBC Building 'Soho House' surrounded by much loved actors, TV personalities and cartoon Characters, including Morecombe and Wise, Mr Bean and the Magic Roundabout. Blake has released several 'tattoed people' artworks in his time - 'Tattoed Ladies' are a charming addition in an illustrative archival inkjet print.
The Biophilic Feast
Friday 12th October, 19.00 - 22.30
A collaboration between food, art and music, the Biophilic Feast invites the public to participate in a shared dining experience, that will stimulate all senses simultaneously. The evening aims to encourage a reconnection and rekindled respect for the sources of our nourishment, whether cultivated or cultural, and how we understand them. A fully immersive experience with chef and food researcher India Hamilton and art director and film maker Natasha Dettman. Tickets are in short supply and cost £120 each. This includes a 3 course dinner, cocktails and wine. Contact the gallery for further details and to book a place.
Saturday 13th October, 11.00 - 16.00
The Biophilic Feast Saturday Open Day. The Gallery will be open on Saturday for a further opportunity to see the Biophilic installations, public discussions and tastings.
Gina Socreates Photography Exhibition
Friday 2nd November- Friday 23rd November, 10.00 - 17.00
CCAI Christmas Show with Katy Brown and Anna Gillespie
Friday 30th November- Friday 21st December, 10.00 - 17.00
Landscapes in oil from Jersey and Cornwall by much loved Jersey artist Katy Brown and Anna Gillespie returns to the Gallery following the Four Seasons exhibition in 2017 with her bronze sculptures.