Palindrome: The Sixties of Brian Rice and Richard Rome
19 January – 10 April 2015
Monday – Friday, 9am-5pm, Admission Free
Private View and Catalogue Launch: 21 January 2015, 6-8pm
Studio 3 Gallery is delighted to present Palindrome: The Sixties Art of Brian Rice and Richard Rome. This show looks back to the works made by the artists during the mid-1960s and will feature a number of bold paintings and prints from Brian Rice, as well as Richard Rome’s impeccably finished sculptures and humorous and elegant working drawings.
More information about the exhibition can be found here.
Palindrome is the first of three exhibitions in the Canterbury area that will mark the 50th Anniversary of the University of Kent. My Generation: a Festival of British Art in the 1960s will continue with shows at Mascalls Gallery (Paddock Wood) and The Beaney House of Art and Knowledge (Canterbury) later in 2015. A catalogue featuring new essays from Professor Martin Hammer and Dr Ben Thomas surveying the work in these shows has been published.
More information about this project, and other 50th Celebrations, can be found here.
Image: Brian Rice, Focus (1967). Courtesy of the artist and The Redfern Gallery