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'ARCHIVE', a touring exhibition of 55 artists' books, curated by Chris Taylor and John McDowall, 2003

PAGES: Future Present

2nd February 201723rd April 2017

An exhibition of publications, ephemera and photographic documentation from the past 20 years of PAGES International Contemporary Artists' Book Fairs. Private View Thursday 2 February 6-9pm at The Tetley.

March 2017

Sarah Bodman, Flowers in Hotel Rooms Volume II, 2005, inkjet and screenprint. Photography by Melissa Olen.

Future Legacies: Collections, Collecting and Artists’ Books

11th February 201710th June 2017

An exhibition of artists' books from Special Collections which explores thematic, visual and other formal relationships between books produced over time. Curated by John McDowall and Chris Taylor, in collaboration with Rhiannon Lawrence-Francis (Collections & Engagement Manager in the Brotherton Library).
Ones to Watch 2017 image_Sunny Bank Mills Gallery

Ones to Watch 2017 – exhibition

2nd March 20172nd April 2017

BA Fine Art students Zoe Carlon and Toby Kilby-Pollard are amongst a group of over 40 emerging artists and makers from across Yorkshire who have been selected to show their work at this exhibition in Leeds.

Beautiful Wounds: Male Bodies in Distress in the Italian Literature of the Great War

23rd March 2017, 5.00pm6.30pm

Join us for the latest in the Legacies of War seminar series, when we welcome speaker Dr Cristina Savettieri is a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellow at the University of Edinburgh.
Detail from: Matthieu Laurette, Mobile Information Stand For Moneyback Products (1999). Photo Kristof Vrancken / Z33

Politics-Power-Pictures Reading Group

23rd March 2017, 5.00pm7.00pm

For this week's session of the reading group we will be discussing the introduction to Nicolas Bourriaud's latest book 'The Exform'.
Image: Still – Claire Hope, Contact, HD video, 2016.

Claire Hope – Contact

28th March 201713th April 2017

Contact is a single screen video that explores disparities between the depiction and experience of human relationships in capitalism.
Vexations for piano and reversible record player

Erik Satie: Vexations for piano and reversible record player

29th March 2017, 11.00am8.30pm

An installation organised by the Centre for Audio Visual Experimentation (CAVE) in partnership with the School of Music, with a culminating performance starting at 7.30pm.
Detail from The National Gallery when at Mr JJ Angersteins House Pall Mall 1824-34 Frederick MacKenzie c. Victoria and Albert Museum

Private Collecting and Public Display: Art Markets and Museums

30th March 201731st March 2016

A conference at the University of Leeds, organised by the Centre for the Study of the Art and Antiques Market.