Martyn Cross Toilet Show

Crumbling Into Dust

An exhibition by Martyn Cross

The Edwardian Toilets
corner of Woodland Road & Park Row, 

Preview: Thursday 31st May, 6-8pm
Exhibition continues 1st-16th June
Thurs-Sat 11am-6pm
Sun 11am-5pm

Crumbling Into Dust forms part of Bristol Biennial 2012

Dave Morgan-Davies

Dave Morgan-Davies Solo Show

What you see is what you see

This solo exhibition of 'quiet photography'  takes a minimalistic approach to both content and chromatic range.  The work explores the notion that if one looks, an emotional connection can be found in a place, perhaps any place.

What you see is what you see is part of the 2012 Bristol Festival of Photography and is curated by Louise Copping.
Thursday 17th May
Preview: 6pm-9pm
Exhibition continues:
Friday 17th – Sunday 27th May
12 – 6pm Thursday - Sunday

37 Philip Street

Rob Lang in Amsterdam

NO Zap NO Scan |  2012.5.19 – 2012.6.17 | PV Sat 19th of May, 17-19h.

Four painters show different relevations of our physical existence.
The digital world offers information, but behind that there’s an often unnavigagable sea.
Paint makes it possible to slowly make discoveries in that domain.

Robert Lang (1983, GBR)
Jaap de Vries (1960, NED)
Marli Turion (1952, NED)
Maarten van den Bos (1982, NED)

Will Kendrick Trichromatic Solo Show


Will Kendrick

A Solo exhibition featuring work produced during a residency at Bath Spa University 2012.

Kendrick further explores our relationship with colour.

Private View Friday 11th,
From 6 - 9pm

Open Daily 11am - 6pm,
Monday - Friday

Elements Art Space
Crest Nicholson Public Arts
The former Wessex Water Building 
Midland Road

Sponsored by: Crest Nicholson, Crown Paint, Wessex Water, BWS Securit Systems, Bath Spa University