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May 2018

Five exhibition Kirkby Gallery

Five exhibition

14th May 2018 - 1st September 2018

Kirkby Gallery, The Kirkby Centre, Norwich Way, Kirkby, Knowsley L32 8XY Kirkby Gallery is delighted to present Five, an exhibition showcasing five of the best painters currently living or working in the borough: Gary McGillivray, Gill Cowley, Leslie Briggs, Mike Kirby and Nick Daly. In this exhibition, we explore the practice of each artist and show a rare insight into how they develop their ideas from sketches through to fully accomplished paintings. Within the gallery will be ‘The Artist’s Studio’ - as the name suggests, on numerous…

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September 2018

Liverpool & Knowsley Book Art exhibition: Frankenstein 2018

17th September 2018 - 26th January 2019
Liverpool & Knowsley Book Art

Kirkby Gallery, The Kirkby Centre, Norwich Way, Kirkby, Knowsley L32 8XY Liverpool Book Art is delighted to present Frankenstein 2018 in partnership with Liverpool Central Library and Kirkby Gallery, Knowsley. The theme of the exhibition marks 200 years since the first edition of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus was published. Frankenstein is a classic work for a variety of reasons. Not only is it arguably the very first work of science fiction, but it is also a core…

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October 2018

Steve Talbot: Byron’s Bear and other fables

10th October 2018 - 26th January 2019
Kirkby Gallery, Kirkby Gallery, The Kirkby Centre, Norwich Way
Kirkby, L32 8XY
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Steve Talbot

Kirkby Gallery is hosting a fabulous solo show by artist Steve Talbot: Byron's Bear and other fables. Steve's 3D work is an intriguing mix of found objects within boxes and frames which allow the viewer to peek into another place or time. The pieces on display relate to writers and their writings, including a large-scale work inspired by Mary Shelley's Frankenstein. "Boxes fascinate me. Toys, gifts received as a child, cowboys and Indians, model trains etc. came boxed in packages…

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