For Humber Street Gallery’s primary exhibition for 2019, we worked in partnership with Liverpool Biennial to present three internationally renowned contemporary artists.
The artists on show were Annie Pootoogook (b. 1969, Kinngait, Nunavut, Canada, d. 2016 Ottowa, Ontario Canada) Suki Seokyeong Kang (b. 1977, Seoul, South Korea) and Inci Eviner (b. 1956, Turkey).
The exhibition marked a new direction of Humber Street Gallery’s artistic programme. “Place to Place” displayed the work of three notable female artists from different global positions. It aimed to introduce local and regional audiences to a complex and rich experience that will reveal our shared commonalities as individuals, despite our vastly different cultural backgrounds.
This exhibition was presented as part of the Liverpool Biennial touring programme, which is bringing artworks by international artists presented at the 2018 festival of contemporary art to spaces across the North of England.
Supported with National Lottery funding through Arts Council England’s Strategic Touring fund.
Image: Cut, Humber Street Gallery 2019. ©James Mulkeen
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