archive of exhibitions and events at intercession gallery

 

Photo by Tim Bowditch

Host - Jacqui Hallum, Phil Root

Curated by Dan Howard-Birt, in association with Kingsgate Project Space

Opening Thursday 11th October 6-9pm

Exhibition continues to 28th October

Gallery open Sunday 28th October 12-4pm

Appointments welcome

 

Image by Caroline Thomson

Opening Saturday 7th July 2-6pm

Exhibition continues until Sunday 22nd July Open Mon - Thur 12-4pm

Gallery open Sunday 22nd July 12-4pm


Image by Jude Cowan Montague

Exhibition runs 10th - 30th September 12-4pm

PV Saturday 15th September

Gallery open Mon - Thur 12 - 4pm and Sunday 30th September 12 - 4pm

IMage by Rachael House 2018

Opening Thursday 10.05.18 6-9pm

Exhibition continues 31.05.18 Mon-Thur 12-4pm appointments welcome


Image by Tom Sewell 2018

Opening Saturday 16th June 4-8pm,

Exhibition runs Thursday 14th June - Sunday 1st July Mon-Thur 12-4pm


PAINTBOX

pop up by illustration students from The University of Northampton

Lorraine Marie James, Ariel Sagal, Amelia R.J York PV 19 April 6-9pm continued 20 April 6-8pm

More info and photos here


Image by Sharon Reeves, Pauline Wood 2018

Confessions of a Supersensualist was shown alongside InCase.5 SMASHING TIME curated by Sophie Cero with work by Julia Maddison Open 11th-28th February 2018, PV 14th February 6-9pm

MORE INFO AND INSTALLATION PHOTOS HERE


 

IVENUS

Pop-Up exhibition by students from the University of Northampton.

Curated by Helen Hayward

Open 8th December 2017 6-9pm, continues 9th December 10am - 4pm


 

Casting the Runes was shown alongside

InCase.4 HEAVIER THAN A DEATH IN THE FAMILY curated by Luke Harby

Open 16th November - 3rd December 2017

17 PV 18th November 6-9pm

The Kiss or Poison Boyfriend of Jesus' Blood was shown with InCase.3 AFTER THE PARTY curated by Dan Howard-Birt and Francesca Anfossi Open 13th-28th October 2017 PV 12th October 6-9pm MORE INFORMATION, PUBLICATION AND INSTALLATION PHOTOS HER

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Surface Scan Screen

Charlotte Richards September 2017

Between finishing a BA and beginning an MA in Fine Art, Charlotte Richards, student and Printmaking Fellow at the University of Northampton, is making a show at Intercession Gallery, Surface Scan Screen. What is it when we print things and begin to question the very moment of the making - when our idea meets the printing-process and becomes a new surface translated through this machine or that technology? Printmaking is transformative with a required submission to the unknown darkness at its centre. And what does that mean? Richards has been scanning and layering, opening that enigma, expanding and collapsing it and showing us the surfaces on the way through her finely pitched and elegant investigations.

SURFACE SCAN SCREEN was shown along with InCase.2 by Mark Sibley Copy Reverse

 

 

 


LITTLE MASTERS (INTENDED FOR NUREMBERG) - POP UP EXHIBITION!!

CURATED BY PAULINE WOOD

SINÉID CODD

CLAIRE JARVIS

MARK SIBLEY

PAULINE WOOD

ALEXANDER SMALL

JAMES FERGUSSON

CLARE CARSWELL

OPENING THURSDAY 17TH AUGUST 6-9PM THEN BY APPOINTMENT UNTIL SUNDAY 20TH AUGUST   AT INTERCESSION GALLERY

 

FEATURING NEW CURATED SPACE

INCASE

SHOWING 'RADIANT OPACITY' CURATED BY ALEXANDER SMALL 

IKRAN ABDILLE

JONATHAN ALIBONE

LUKE HARBY

RACHAEL HOUSE

SAYED SATTAR HASAN

DANIELLE SMITH

 

 


Intercession Gallery is pleased to announce The Sorrows - Angus McCrum's first solo show, and first show of 2017.

Opening Event is Thursday 20th April 2017 6:30 - 9:30pm all welcome. 21st April - 4th May Open Thur - Sunday 12 - 6pm or by appointment. Originally trained as a printmaker, this exhibition will feature new works by Angus painted in oils, ink and wax. The paintings loosely depict the transformation the UK's heritage sites have undergone since the Roman conquest of Britain.

The show's title - The Sorrows - references Marie Corelli's novel, The Sorrows of Satan. A definitive piece of Faustian literature, it deals with a morally bankrupt establishment and the downfall of the greedy and corrupt. Particularly poignant today, these dark themes are echoed in the gloomy, shadowed canvases. Several smaller paintings are lighter and almost optimistic when seen alongside their funereal counterparts.

Born in Portsmouth, 1987, Angus received his MA from Camberwell College of Arts in 2015. He lives and works in London.

PHOTOS here

Angus McCrum Website

Angus McCrum  Tumblr

 

 

Jam -A printmaking collection spread

Craigie Aitchison | Carry Akroyd | Jas Bains | Charming Baker |Juliet Bankes | Lisa Chappell | Rebecca Cooper | Jayne Corfield | Francis Desousa | Marie-Fred Dupré | Daniel Earey | Jean Edwards | Tracey Emin | Rae Flack | Karl Frandsen | Paul Greco | René Gruau | Jacqui Hallum | Maggi Hambling | Julia Harrold | Rose Hilton | Damien Hirst | Janie Kidston Judith Lyons | Oliver McConnie | Angus McCrum | Shoji Miyamoto | Peter Murphy | Sharon Reeves | Paul Rumsey | Marie Ryan | Alexander Small | Lily van der Stokker | Sam Wadsworth | Mark Wallinger | Isabel Wilkinson Jo Wonder (Joanna Woodward) | Brian Wood | 3D (Robert Del Naja)

 

Intercession Printmaking Studio and Gallery's inaugural exhibition Trans Vex an expanded print exhibition by Alexander Small.
The Trans Vex exhibition will open on 20th October 6pm to 9pm and continue until 6th November opening Thursday to Sunday 12 until 6 or by appointment.
Trans - Vex refers to trans meaning across and vex meaning to annoy, trouble or disturb. The trans being the act of translating historic images particularly pre and early modern print imagery to a different medium that of paint. This methodology is an absurd act in itself, to paint a printed image really labours its material qualities. This coupled with the themes of the images taking their cues from the essay 'Toward a metaphysics of shit' (2002) by Jean Fisher lead to an exploration of the idea of the trickster to trouble and annoy in a way to renew and affirm life.  
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