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Summary

A sculpture exhibition from two Hull based artists which invites you to witness a different approach to the presentation of archaeological specimens. Simon Drury and Andi Dakin both work in a sculptural tradition using salvaged objects and materials.

Both artists are often unsure about what their final idea will be until the work is concluded; the artists believe the works in this exhibition have reached a stage where they can be revealed to an audience. Occasionally the objects that are at the heart of each sculpture can be obscured and at other times they are amplified and celebrate their new roles.

The artwork is loaded with fun and intrigue; you will be entertained, baffled and bewildered. This is set to be an art exhibition that will uplift and refresh your inner being.

Suitability

All ages

Venue

27-26 Humber St
Hull
HU1

http://www.kingstonartgroup.co.uk/

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Social Channels

Instagram

Venue Access

  • Assistance Dogs
  • Level Access

Opening times

Monday Closed
Tuesday Closed
Wednesday Closed
Thursday Closed
Friday 1pm-6pm
Saturday 11.30pm-5pm
Sunday 11.30pm-5pm

Creative Credits

Arts Council England
MKM
Hull City Council (City Arts Unit)
Wykeland