KOSAR CONTEMPORARY is delighted to present its last exhibition of 2020, showcasing new works by twenty four (24) artist members of The Artist Project Space (TAPS).
Exhibition Dates: 6 - 7 - 8 November 2020
***Booking essential via Eventbrite link***
Open: Friday - Saturday - Sunday | 12:00 - 6:00 pm
30 minutes viewing slots // 6 persons maximum at a time.
Venue: Kosar Contemporary : 4 Little Paradise, Bedminster, Bristol, BS3 4DD
About The Exhibition:
The finale at Kosar Contemporary’s current industrial location in 2020 will bring together the diverse art practices of TAPS core-members, their artistic resilience and ingenuity in the face of a pandemic. Their fourth collaborative show touches upon the fluidity that is required to stay cohesive.
The current dystopian uncertainty and transience translating to flat-packed TAPS: Assemble, un-assemble, reassemble; agile, sharp, undulating and reflective. Expect the unexpected.
24 Participating artists include;
Lisa Scantlebury, Shawn Sobers, Andrew Neil Hayes, Zarabéa Esfendiar Kayani, Annie Lilygreen, Beth Luxton, Robert Luzar, Huma Mulji, James Norman, Sarah Rhys, Rose Shuckburgh, John Steed, Suzie Walters, Matthew Roy Arnold, Brendan James Arnold, Michelle Forrest-Beckett, Andrew Brooks, Caroline Bugby, Yuko Edwards, Bryn Fray, Molly Harcombe, Ben Hartley, Shaun Harrigan, Anna Haydock-Wilson
The Artist Project Space is an artist-led initiative with its own studios for painters, sculptors, multi-media, experimental and interdisciplinary artists who are interested in developing their art practice through peer support, dialogue and collaboration. Based in Bristol, United Kingdom and aim to collaborate nation-wide and internationally.
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KOSAR Contemporary is an independent art gallery with a mission to deliver a diverse, inclusive and experimental programme of curated gallery exhibitions, performances and residencies throughout the year. These exhibitions support and collaborate with local emerging artists as well as national and international artists.
Founder & Director: British contemporary artist Bea Kayani