Miroslav Pomichal - Book Launch at Griffin Gallery
Join us on Thursday 19 April from 18:30 - 20:30 pm for the launch of The Picture Book of Ehrenfried of Entenbeurgh, a new artist book by Miroslav Pomichal, published by Invisible Print Studio. The launch will include an artist and publisher discussion chaired by the arts and culture critic Jonathan McAloon.
Artist Talk - The Arca Project
Amanda Hopkinson, Sebaldian scholar and archivist of WG Sebald’s papers, at an intimate evening talk with exhibition curators Michael Hall and Graeme Gilloch. Chaired By PayneShurvell gallerist James Payne
The speakers will discuss WG Sebald’s life, work and influence and the way he inspired the concept for The Arca Project.
Ray Richardson - Country Got Soul at Glasgow Print Studio
Dubbed the "Martin Scorsese of painting" [i], London’s Ray Richardson returns to Glasgow this summer with a blockbuster exhibition of cinematic paintings and prints.
Simon Patterson - Safari: an exhibition as expedition at De La Warr Pavilion
We are delighted to announce our next show, Safari: an exhibition as expedition, an anthology of works by British artist Simon Patterson, which includes: Escape Routine (2002), Manned Flight (1999) and objects from collections drawn from Bexhill and Hastings Museums.
Article by Tom Potter in East Anglian Daily Times
From Shoreditch to Ashfield – London gallery PayneShurvell brings contemporary art to rural Suffolk.
Step inside your average rural Suffolk barn and you might expect to stumble across some dusty old tractor parts. But, hidden at the bottom of a dirt road near Debenham, is a new gallery exhibiting work by internationally recognised artists and scribes, including a Turner Prize nominee and a Hollywood screenwriter.
BBC Radio Suffolk Interviews James Payne
James Payne talks to Lesley Dolphin on BBC Radio Suffolk about PayneShurvell's new Suffolk Gallery and it's first exhibition The Arca Project.
The Arca Project Featured in Candid Magazine
The best artists don’t create new worlds, but shed a new light on the one we already inhabit. The best artists notice the little, seemingly insignificant things we might not and present them to us through whichever medium they choose; be that writing, composing or creating prints. But even more so, the best artists often draw inspiration from other artists. Art inspires art.
Steph Goodger in Nine Painters at Syson Gallery
This broad survey of painters has been compiled by recent John Moores Painting Prize judge, Richard Davey, and spans work by Royal Academicians to more recently emerging artists in the field.
Bob Matthews Exhibition in San Francisco
Gregory Lind Gallery is pleased to present Studio Tan, a new exhibition by London-based artist Bob Matthews, and his fourth solo exhibition with the gallery.
Abigail Lane's monthly page for Baby Forest
WOK THIS WAY reads the barely decipherable slogan on a billboard at the side of a chip shop, itself depicted in a somewhat uninspiring black and white photographic image.
Featured Article with Artlyst
Sixteen artists and sixteen writers take on W.G. Sebald’s seminal novel The Rings of Saturn for The Arca Project presented by Payne Shurvell at their new Suffolk space. Here, one of the curators, Michael Hall, describes how the project came about.
Preview of The Arca Project with Vertigo
More than fifteen years after his death, the writings of W.G. Sebald continue to inspire artists and exhibitions. The latest example is an announcement by the PayneShurvell gallery, whose next exhibition will be “The Arca Project: An Exhibition Inspired by the Work of W.G.Sebald.”
Artist Tony Plant in the Shropshire Hills with Heartland
In 2017 three artists will open your eyes to new ways of seeing and understanding our fragile Shropshire Hills landscape. There will be opportunities to explore and appreciate the history, the stories and the future of this beautiful rugged upland area and understand what part we humans can play in caring for it.