PUNKADELICA

Showing 7th - 28th May 2016
Private View - Friday 6th May

Southbank Arts Trail

Showing 7th - 28th May 2016
Private View - Friday 6th May

MAY 2016 EXHIBITIONS

Showing 7th - 28th May 2016

Private View - Friday 6th May at 6pm


PUNKADELICA




The Hedonist Collective presents; 'PUNKADELICA, Everything is a Canvas'

A reflection and celebration of the spirit of punk rock: independence, rebellion and irreverence. This eclectic exhibition will contain paintings, collage, jewellery and found objects with a subversive twist.

Never deliberately 'commercial', this collaborative exhibition sets out to champion artistic license and freedom and to rage against the slick commercial machine. The show brings together for the first time two established artists who share a similar interest in music, culture and the ridiculous. The philosophy for our art in 'Punkadelica' can best be summed up in the words of Joey Ramone:

To me, punk is about being an individual and going against the grain and standing up and saying 'This is who I am'.


Southbank Arts Trail


The gallery will be open every day of the arts trail which includes Sunday the 15th of May



'Crossing' by William Duncan

The Grant Bradley Gallery is proud to announce that it will participate in this year's edition of the Southbank Arts Trail. Twelve artists, who are based in the Southville area of Bristol, have been selected to exhibit works for the month of May.

A broad range of artistic ideas and talent will be on display, which typically demonstrates the inspiring work being produced in the heart of South Bristol. The exhibition reaffirms South Bristol's reputation as a cultural hotspot in the city with a thriving creative community.


Artists

Alex Rezende, Anna Boss, David Boyd, George Harding, Judy Swaffin, Kari Warrener, Lucie Sheridan, Rebecca Miller, Rupert Peploe, Ruth Ander, Sam Auden, William Duncan.