Surface Value: Group Exhibition. Exhibiting artists: Alistair Payne, Christopher Stevens, Mark Wright, Nadine Feinson, Stuart MacKenzie

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Abstract

Even though there has been an expansion of technological possibilities for art over recent years, paint remains precious as a medium: it has a staying power few others can match. To explore how painting continues to be relevant today, we are pleased to present Surface Value, an exhibition curated by Mark Wright, who teaches at both The Glasgow School of Art and University of Brighton. The exhibition brings together painters who are colleagues and also authorities on the medium. From Glasgow there is Alistair Payne, the Head of the School, and Stuart Mackenzie RSA, Senior drawing and painting tutor. From the University of Brighton, Christopher Stevens, Head of Painting and Nadine Feinson, Senior lecturer in Fine Art Painting. What they all have is a commitment to painting both within their own practice and as a taught subject. The exhibition travelled to & Model Gallery in Leeds in November, expanding to include a further eight painters, and is kindly supported by The Glasgow School of Art. (text by Mark Wright)
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationLondon
PublisherJames Freeman Gallery
Publication statusPublished - 8 Oct 2015

Bibliographical note

Four of Stevens's paintings were exhibited, including three from the solo exhibition: 'Mass observation' ('Fold' 'Floating world' 'Canute') see 'Mass Observation' output for these images

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