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Fully Awake 2:5: Second iteration of Teaching Painting organisation's group exhibition featuring work by over 30 artists that celebrates the intergenerational effects of teaching painting.

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Published
Publication date2/11/2017
Place of PublicationManchester
PublisherManchester School of Art
Media of outputPainting
Original languageEnglish
EventFully Awake: Second Exhibition in the Fully Awake series organised by Teaching Painting organisation - House for an Art Lover, Glasgow, United Kingdom
Duration: 2/11/201718/11/2017
http://www.art.mmu.ac.uk/profile/ihartshorne/projectdetails/884

Exhibition

ExhibitionFully Awake
CountryUnited Kingdom
CityGlasgow
Period2/11/1718/11/17
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Abstract

Curated by Ian Hartshorne and Sean Kaye the show invites several artists to submit a piece of work, as well as invite two ‘guest’ artists to be presented alongside them; an artist that they have been taught by, and an artist that they have taught. This unorthodox approach creates engaging and surprising relationships between those participating. Fully Awake is a five part cycle of exhibitions. This is the second iteration, the first being presented at blip blip blip, Leeds earlier this year. The cycle of shows eschews thematic, aesthetic or theoretical concerns but aims to reveal instead much deeper levels of incidental human, personal, psychological connections and occasional rejections between student and teacher.