Precisely because painting does not ‘copy’ things but presents them immediately and bodily ... so that we seem to be present at the fission of ‘Being from the inside’ ... painting gives a true sense of the internal animation of the world and what it means to see
The Phenomenology of Perception - Merleau Ponty
Marguerite Horner’s practice is concerned with the non-material, a reality that is accessed through contemplation and painting. Today the moving image dominates our world and whilst visually powerful in so many respects, it denies us the opportunity for stillness and reflection.
LUCY TOMLINS / HOLLIE MACKENZIE / NEIL AYLING / DOYLE & MALLINSON / CONALL MCATEER / ALEX CHINNECK / DAVID MACDIARMID / JAIMINI PATEL / JULIAN WILD / DAISY RICHARDSON / ADELINE DE MONSEIGNAT / SAM ZEALEY / ROBERT PHILLIPS
High House is pleased to curate this new sculptural show from a selection of important contemporary artists. Exhibiting innovative outdoor works these are practitioners that have attempted to break from traditional figurative and modernist modes of sculpture to produce new and exciting work.
Shunning conventional expectations has allowed the creation of bold sculptur
John NcNally, Frank Allen, Spencer James, Scott Ottaway
2013 is a landmark year for The Searchers. It’s 50 years since the release of Sweets For My Sweet, their first Number One, and the 50th anniversary of the “Merseybeat era”.
With classic hits Needles and Pins, Don't Throw Your Love Away, Sugar and Spice and When You Walk in the Room, the Searchers played a major part in establishing the UK as the world's leading nation in the music industry.