Henry Hudson: nothing Sticks to Nothing LIVE!
A programme of free live events from 8–15 March 2019 in response to Henry Hudson’s exhibition nothing sticks to nothing
Hannah Barry Gallery are hosting a weeklong programme of live events in which various artists will respond to the alpine scenography featured in Henry Hudson’s latest suite of paintings which can be seen in his current exhibition nothing sticks to nothing.
The show, which opened on 31 January, is comprised of a cycle of four large-scale paintings, all of which are rendered in plasticine, the artist’s signature medium, and wax. The works are made more compelling by a swirling scagliola floor, which was designed by Hudson for the show.
The complimentary programme, entitled nothing Sticks to Nothing LIVE!, features work by seven artists, including musician and songwriter William Rees, cellist and singer-songwriter, Lucinda Chua, and Gaunt — the musical pseudonym of interdisciplinary artist Jack Warne.
All events are open to the public, require no pre-booking and are free of charge. First-come first-served entry.
For further information: www.hannahbarry.com