fbpx

Tina Reid exhibiting at CiTiES: All Dimensions

Written by Jo Atherton

On February 11, 2013

CiTiES: All DimensionsFarmhouse Fellow, Tina Reid will be exhibiting work in the Tokarska Gallery as part of “CiTiES: All Dimensions”, an exhibition celebrating urban-living and virtual-architecture.

The London-based gallery invited regional and international artists to showcase their deeply personal perceptions of modern inhibiting.

With hundreds of entries from across the Globe the resulting show offers the selected artists a prestigious platform for cultural integration and an exclusive opportunity to network with artists and critics in this genre.

The show, which will be split into two parts, will begin with the Private View on 14 February 2013. Here, you will get to meet some of the artists behind the works on show, which boasts to include sculpture, paintings, photographs, installations to name but a few.

Tina Reid’s work will be on display during Part 1 of the exhibition.

Part 1

  • Thursday 14 February 2013 – Private view at Tokarska Gallery, 6pm-8pm
  • Saturday 23 February 2013 – Performance night 6-9pm. Music provided by Young Zen
  • 14 Feb 2013 – 24 Feb 2013 Exhibition will be open to the public Thur – Sat 12pm – 7pm

Part 2

  • Thursday 7 March 2013 – Private view will be held at Tokarska Gallery, 6pm-8pm
  • Saturday 9 March 2013 – Performance night:  6-9pm. Music provided by Mark Beazley
  • 7 Mar 2013 – 17 Mar 2013 Exhibition will be open to the public Thur – Sat 12pm – 7pm

You can find out more information on the Tokarska Gallery website or view the exhibition catalogue online.

You May Also Like…

In Our Garden

In Our Garden

Cancelled An exhibition at the New Maynard Gallery, featuring Digswell Arts artists, to celebrate the Welwyn centenary...

Visions of the Landscape

Visions of the Landscape

Exhibition by Forge Artist Suman Gujral Visions of the Landscape at the Boathouse Gallery Flatford Mill, CO76UL PV...

Tracing Shadows

Tracing Shadows

The Pond Gallery, Snape Maltings. An exhibition of new work by Helen Terry and Sally Tyrie exploring responses to the...

Explore More

We’ve got more to read right this way.

Events

Fellows News

News

Alumni

Artist of the Month

Press

0 Comments