Past Events & Exhibitions

 


Bureau works internationally with represented and invited artists at varying career stages to provide a platform and context for dynamic and innovative contemporary visual practice. The gallery premieres and commissions new work across a variety of media and presentation formats, both on and off site. Bureau’s exhibition programme is complemented by screenings, talks and performance events, alongside international collaborations, exchange and residency projects. The gallery further supports artists’ practice through publishing initiatives, and participation in art fairs.


The archive below lists all previous exhibitions and events.

 


Events & Exhibitions

ART FAIR // The Manchester Contemporary

 

 

 

Bureau is pleased to announce the gallery's participation in the invitational art fair 'The Manchester Contemporary'. Bureau will be exhibiting new works by artists Noel Clueit, Ray Martin, Assunta Ruocco, and Evangelia Spiliopoulou. 

The Manchester Contemporary is an invitational art fair that gives a platform to emerging galleries and their artists, using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.

Now established as a regular feature in the Manchester calendar, it is returning for the fifth consecutive year, with a new home at Old Granada Studios.

The only gathering of high–calibre, world-class contemporary art galleries outside London, The Manchester Contemporary brings together art lovers and buyers with the best of critically engaged contemporary art from regular exhibitors and new additions as well as offering guided tours and visitor programmes. // www.themanchestercontemporary.com

 

 

Adolescent, oil on canvas, 200 x 200cm © Ray Martin, 2014  

 

 


 

 Drawing #9, pencil on paper, 69 x 63.5cm (two drawings) © Evangelia Spiliopoulou, 2014  
 

 


 

1-11R-1B-2G-3Y-4R, unique aquatint, 20 x 15cm © Assunta Ruocco, 2014  
 

 


 

Work Lamp #6, paint caps, roller sleeves, carpet tape, electrical tape, lamp fitting, low energy bulb, glass, 410 x 88cm © Noel Clueit, 2014. Photograph by Simon Pantling

 


25 September 2014 to 28 September 2014