HOME Gallery Spring 2023 Preview

Join us for the preview of three new solo exhibitions by artists Nick Jordan, Chris Paul Daniels and Parham Ghalamdar on Fri 17 Feb from 18:00 - 21:00.

 

There will be a drinks reception and a chance to explore the works ahead of the public opening on Sat 18 Feb.

Featuring works that span film, photography, painting and sculpture, these three solo exhibitions offer an exciting opportunity to see the work of three artists at critical stages of their careers:

  • Natural Interaction, by artist Nick Jordan
    Featuring new films, prints, photographs, painting and sculptural works, the exhibition explores the interdependencies between social and ecological healthcare or wellbeing.

 

  • Painting, An Unending, by Iranian-born artist Parham Ghalamdar
    Ghalamdar’s work draws on traditions of Persian and Western art, graffiti, internet and digital culture. This is his largest institutional exhibition to date.

 

  • Is there anybody there?, by artist filmmaker Chris Paul Daniels
    For this exhibition, Daniels has sourced 70 different films from the North West Film Archive at Manchester Metropolitan University, editing them together to create a monumental study of cultural traditions, procession and ceremony.

 

Find out more about each of the exhibitions below.

Dates

Sat 18 Feb – Sun 4 Jun 2023

Free, no booking required

Opening Times

Mon: Closed
Tue-Sat: 12.00-20.00
Sun: 12.00-18.00

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Parham Ghalamdar: Painting, An Unending

Painting, An Unending is a solo show of new work by artist Parham Ghalamdar, his largest institutional exhibition to date. His work draws on traditions…

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Chris Paul Daniels: Is there anybody there?

Chris Paul Daniels work responds to place, merging communal memory with experimental observation and fictional narration. For this exhibition, Daniels has sourced 70 different films…

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Nick Jordan: Natural Interaction

Featuring new films, prints, photographs, painting and sculptural works, the exhibition explores the interdependencies between social and ecological healthcare. Drawing upon the artist’s recent collaborations…

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