The exhibition will show John's drawings, prints and collages, and will particularly focus on his collaborations with textile artist Astrid Furnival. Curated by Professor Bernard Moxham and accompanied by a catalogue with an essay by Professor Stephen Bann, it is financially supported by Arts Council England, the Langtree Trust, Stroud's Museum in the Park and by private benefactors.
The date of the preview in Stroud is Saturday 26 May 2-5pm
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Museum in the Park, Stroud
26 May-24 June 2018
Opens Tuesday-Friday 10am-5pm, weekends 11am-5pm, closed Mondays.
The exhibition will be accompanied by several text-based, knitting and dyeing workshops during weekends. A second space at the museum showing additional works, many for sale, will only be open on Fridays and weekends.
The exhibition in Stroud will coincide with an exhibition of John's panoramic drawings of Nailsworth and South Gloucestershire, as part of the Nailsworth Festival, at Ruskin Mill Gallery 19 May-17 June, open everyday 10am-4pm. Preview Saturday 19 May 2-4pm.
Archivio Emily Harvey, Venice
11 May-23 June 2019
A selection from the exhibition will be shown at the start of the next Venice Biennale.
Bath Spa University, School of Art and Design October/November 2019
The complete exhibition will be shown in the gallery of their new building.
The exhibition is flexible in size, available to be shown in other galleries, and we are keen to find a venue in London.