Radical Craft is nearly ready!

This week, we’ve been busy installing Radical Craft: Alternative Ways of Making at Pallant House Gallery. The exhibition is in collaboration with Craftspace, showcasing craft work by 34 British and international artists associated with Outsider Art, as well as contemporary self-taught artists who see themselves as facing barriers to the art world for reasons including health, disability, social circumstance or isolation.

The exhibition opens tomorrow – 12 March, and continues until 12 June at the Gallery before touring nationally. Below are a few teaser images of the install! We hope you enjoy the exhibition.

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The works starting to arrive at the Gallery


Carefully unwrapping Sue Burbidge’s wooden cabinet


Dalton Ghetti’s miniature pencil carvings


Julia Krause-Harder’s ‘Argentinosaurus’ arrives at the Gallery


The plinths have arrived – all designed by Juneau Projects


Joanna Simpson’s Good Luck Gum Nut Folk take their positions


Michael Smith’s wrapped jeans all ready to go!

For more information on the exhibition please click here.

There is also a series of events accompanying the show, including a panel discussion, tours, talks and related workshops for adults, children and families. Click here to find out about the events.

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