Friday 23 – Friday 30 August
Off Kilter is an exhibition for Manchester Pride Fringe, featuring a group of artists brought together by Ian Rayer-Smith, an artist himself, showcasing high quality artwork from Lesbian, Gay, Bi, Queer and straight artists.
Unit 4 C/D, Piccadilly Place // Between Piccadilly railway station and Canal Street
Friday 23 10:00 – 17:00
Saturday 24 11:00 – 16:00
Sunday 25 12:00 – 16:00
Monday 26 12:00 – 16:00
Tue 27 – Fri 30 10:00 – 17:00
The exhibition explores areas of discomfort and disquiet, taking the viewer or participant on a visceral journey into and through their own psyche. Highly charged and expressive paintings of David Hoyle sit alongside the quiet and poetic works of Colin Lloyd. Whilst the disquiet continues with Emily Pitts’ new collection of works made with the hair of her family, friends and acquaintances. Darren Nixon’s beautiful and intriguing paintings, although diminutive in size, sitting alongside Ian Rayer-Smith’s gargantuan and eloquent pieces, draw you in and spit you out at the other end.
It’s a journey like no other and you’re invited.