Exhibiting culture

We love working with the arts. Bradford 1 Gallery approached us to develop marketing collateral for their exhibition and events programme, including print adverts, large format posters, flyers, invitations, exhibition notes and panel work. By working closely with the client and carefully managing the allocated budget, we helped to diversify and increase their audience. We also got to work with some truly great artists.

Exhibiting culture

We love working with the arts. Bradford 1 Gallery approached us to develop marketing collateral for their exhibition and events programme, including print adverts, large format posters,  flyers, invitations, exhibition notes and panel work. By working closely with the client and carefully managing the allocated budget, we helped to diversify and increase their audience. We also got to work with some truly great artists.

David Shrigley/

Works on Paper

David Shrigley finds meaning in snippets of text and overheard conversations. His crude and cartoonish ink drawings, usually exhibited salon-style, recall pages from the sketchbook of a cheeky adolescent. Tackling serious issues, such asunemployment and child welfare, as well as more absurd subjects, including sexual fantasies about a squirrel, his fragmented narratives can be both poignant and funny.

Sir William Rothenstein/

The Art of

From Bradford to Benares: William Rothenstein in Context

This exhibition is dedicated to the life and work of the artist Sir William Rothenstein (1872 – 1945), the first major retrospect of his work since 1972. The exhibtion focus on the question: Where does Rothenstein fit within the narrative/s of late nineteenth and early twentieth century art?

Jeremy Deller/

Poking about

Jeremy Deller is a conceptual artist. Much of his work is collaborative and involves ordinary people not involved in the art world. The photographs in this exhibition, many of which are being shown for the first time, offer a snapshot of  Bradfordians from newspaper the Telegraph and Argus.

Jeremy Deller lives and works in London where he was born in 1966. In 2004 he won the Turner Prize, a high profile art prize awarded for an outstanding exhibition, and in 2010 he was awarded the Albert Medal for creating art that encourages public responsesand creativity.

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51 Keswick Gardens

Cottingham,

East Riding of Yorkshire

HU6 8TB

078 076 31271 (Currently moving)

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51 Keswick Gardens Cottingham,

East Riding Yorkshire HU6 8TB

078 076 31271 (Currently moving)

hello@thinkscribbledo.co.uk