Fourteen15

Fourteen15 is an exhibition by 15 3rd year photographic students from Blackburn University being held at Kraak Gallery in Manchester. June 3rd – 6th. Description The culmination of three years of progressive experimentation in photographic art, 14/15 presents a diverse collection of works from 15 final year students. From contemporary landscape photography and portraiture through to mixed media installations the exhibition includes a huge range of modern and traditional photographic creations. Exhibition runs 3rd june – 6th june Tuesday 3rd – 16:00 – 20:00 Wednesday 4th – 12:00 – 20:00 Thursday 5th – 16:00 – 22:00 Meet the artists night, drinks and canapés Friday 6th – 16:00 – 20:00  ...

KRAZAAR

Krazaar will be happening on the top floor of Kraak and will bring to your day an eclectic marketplace selling everything from art and vinyl to bags and jewellery. For this first Krazaar, the stalls are free to hire and are being booked up fast. Email kraakgallery@gmail.com to book your own...

Tortraiture Exhibition...

Cruel and unusual art by Abbie Birtles, Alessia Pedrosa, Karol Kochanowski, and Pascal Little.   7pm –...

Finding Earlier Not Withstanding Itself...

  FINDING EARLIER NOT WITHSTANDING ITSELF Transience – an impermanence that suggests the inevitability of ending or dying. 8.5.2013 18.00 at Kraak Gallery (11 Stevenson Square, Manchester, United Kingdom, M1 1DB) Art, music & free drinks Dealing with transience as its central theme the show explores the state of the present, the fleeting moment and the drawn out compression of time, reverberations and attachments of the past and the inevitable projections toward the future. – ALEX MORRISON – CHLOE JAYNE HERBERT – JODIE CHEUNG – ROBIN BROADLEY – SARAH WHYATT Guest artists to be announced… – RICHARD RIGG https://www.facebook.com/events/150707658443980/ On the same night, our friends are exhibiting at Piccadilly Place from 6pm onwards: https://www.facebook.com/events/554918224531023/ Don’t miss out on two evenings of great art & free...

Wet Screen

WET SCREEN is an exhibition highlighting the ever lessening gap between the physical, and the digital art world. This blog will act as a digital exhibition, showing the works that will also feature in the physical exhibition on the 15th of March, at Kraak Gallery, Northern Quarter Manchester, 7pm. Viewing both will make it clear the effect the digitalised work has on the the physical....