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4 Victoria Street

Bristol, United Kingdom

A temporary gallery, in the centre of Bristol, near Bristol Bridge, 4 Victoria Street was a space utilised by Eddie Chambers, for a number of exhibitions in 2002. The building was a near-derelict space, offered to Chambers for use as an exhibition space, by Bristol City Council. The space, on two floors, once cleaned up and made into a temporary gallery, was used for exhibitions by Avtarjeet Singh Danjhal and Eugene Palmer; Medina Hammad, and Denzil Forrester. These exhibitions were funded by Bristol City Council and South West Arts. Each of the exhibitions came with catalogues. 4 Victoria Street was also, during 2002, used as a studio by Anthony Key, to make the bricks made of gypsum plaster (often referred to as plaster of Paris).These bricks were subsequently used in Key’s Walcott Chapel installation, Anthony Key: Walcot Chapel, Bath, 24 September - 19 October 2002.

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click to show details of Denzil Forrester: Two Decades of Painting

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Catalogue relating to an exhibition, 2002

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»  Denzil Forrester

Born, 1956 in Grenada

Arnolfini

Bristol, United Kingdom
Official website: Arnolfini

From the website: “In a fantastic waterside location at the heart of Bristol’s harbourside, Arnolfini is one of Europe’s leading centres for the contemporary arts. Art exhibitions, a cinema, live art and dance there is always something new to see. The converted warehouse contains one of the country’s best arts bookshops as well a café bar.”

One of the UK venues for Rhapsodies in Black: Art of the Harlem Renaissance, (6 September - 19 October 1998).

The exhibition was organised by the Hayward Gallery, London, in collaboration with The Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington D.C., and the Institute of International Visual Arts, London. The exhibition was devised and selected by Richard J. Powell and David A. Bailey.

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Brochure relating to an exhibition, 2006

click to show details of The Black Moving Cube: Black Figuration and the Moving Image

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Catalogue relating to an exhibition, 2006

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Catalogue relating to an exhibition, 1991

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Exhibition guide relating to an exhibition, 1992

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»  Tracey Moffatt

Solo show at Arnolfini. 1998

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Group show at Arnolfini. 1992 - 1993

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»  Val/Valerie Brown

Born, 1966 in England

»  Virginia Nimarkoh

Born, 1967 in London, England

»  Tony Phillips

Born, 1952 in Liverpool, UK

»  Sher Rajah

Born, 1954

»  Vincent Stokes

Born, 1964 in London, England

The Bristol Gallery

Bristol, United Kingdom
Official website: The Bristol Gallery

Venue for Myth and History, curated by Dr Dorothy Rowe. This was the inaugural exhibition at this venue and featured Lubaina Himid, Deborah van der Beek, Patrick Haines, Phil Sayers, Emma Tooth, Tina Hill, and Mark Parkinson.

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Catalogue relating to an exhibition, 2009

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»  Lubaina Himid MBE

Born, 1954 in Zanzibar, Tanzania

»  Deborah van der Beek

Born in London, date unknown

Royal West of England Academy

Bristol, United Kingdom
Official website: Royal West of England Academy

Castlefield Gallery was the first venue for a Frank Bowling exhibition that subsequently travelled to The Crawford Art Gallery, Cork, Ireland (September 1988), The Senate House, University of Liverpool (October 1988), and the Royal West of England Academy, Bristol (Spring 1989). The Castlefield Gallery’s dates were 10 June - 23 July 1988. Only approximate dates/time periods were listed in a note stapled onto the inside back cover of the small accompanying catalogue.

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Catalogue relating to an exhibition, 1988

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Catalogue relating to an exhibition, 2016

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»  Edna Manley

Born, 1900 in Yorkshire, England. Died, 1987

»  David Miller, Jr.

Born, 1903 in Kingston, Jamaica. Died, 1977

»  Kapo (Mallica Reynolds)

Born, 1911 in St. Catherine, Jamaica. Died, 1989

»  Barbara Walker

Born, 1964 in Birmingham

»  Osmond Watson

Born, 1934 in Kingston, Jamaica. Died, 2005