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Fabrica

Brighton, United Kingdom
Official website: Fabrica

Fabrica is an art gallery in the heart of Brighton, on the South Coast of England. It is situated in the former Holy Trinity Church on the corner of Ship Street and Duke Street.

From the website: “Fabrica is a visual arts organisation based in a former Regency church in the heart of Brighton that commissions contemporary visual art installations specific to the building. Opened in March 1996 in the deconsecrated Holy Trinity Church, Fabrica was established by a group of artists from Red Herring Studios in Brighton, as a focus for contemporary visual art practice, with the support of South East Arts, Brighton Borough Council, The Foundation for Sport and the Arts, and Chichester Diocese. Fabrica is a place where artists come to make new work. Fabrica supports and encourages the artists with whom it works to be adventurous and to test the boundaries of their practice. It encourages an open dialogue between artists and visitors within the gallery space and produces an integrated programme of education and audience development activity that strives to remove barriers to access, engagement and understanding.”

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»  Permindar Kaur

Born, 1965 in Nottingham, England

The Royal Pavilion, Art Gallery and Museums

Brighton, United Kingdom
Official website: The Royal Pavilion, Art Gallery and Museums

The Royal Pavilion, Libraries and Museums Collections

www.virtualmuseum.info/collections/cHome_worldart.asp

From the website: “The World Art collection includes objects from Africa, Asia, the Pacific and Americas, ranging in age from several thousand years to the contemporary. Strengths include puppets, masks and world textiles, including an especially important collection of textiles from Burma.”

“The development of the collection is supported by the James Henry Green Charitable Trust, which established the James Green Centre for World Art at Brighton Museum & Art Gallery in 1995. The Green Centre seeks to promote understanding of world art through community outreach and education projects, exhibitions, publications, research activities and fieldwork projects in Asia, such as a recent textile commissioning project in Kachin State, Burma.”

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Born, 1963 in Mbarara, Uganda

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Born, 1962 in London, England

University of Brighton Gallery

Brighton, United Kingdom
Official website: University of Brighton Gallery

University of Brighton Gallery,

University of Brighton,
Faculty of Arts and Architecture, Grand Parade, Brighton, BN2 0JY

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»  Horace Ové

Born, 1939 in Trindad and Tobago