Nothing Remains Unchanged But The Clouds
28th April – 2nd June 2018
AirSpace Gallery, 4 Broad Street, Stoke-on-Trent, ST1 4HL
An exhibition of paintings vs trees (and strategies in art avoidance) that seeks to degrade, debunk, re-mystify and re-purpose the useless arts in a post-art culture.
AirSpace Gallery presents a set of brand new landscape paintings by artist duo Harry Adams, made in direct response to Stoke-on-Trent. Stripped of their figurative content, each painting is accompanied by its errant tree forms, escaping from their 2d plane and inhabiting the Gallery, planted in bespoke ceramic vessels – made by the artists, by hand, here in the city. These tree forms can be adopted from the gallery to be replanted in your local area.
Read the exhibition preview by Harold Rosenbloom here.
For more information and works in exhibition please go to the Harry Adams website.