Gallery: Argentea Gallery


The creative and colourful Jewellery Quarter welcomed the new Argentea Gallery, which opened its doors with two exhibitions. Founder Jennie Anderson's, aim is to support the careers of both emerging and established artists by promoting an awareness and appreciation of contemporary photography by providing a platform where ideas and practices can be explored and tested.

Located in St Pauls Square the gallery is split into two spaces the street level, white walled gallery features ‘Notes for an Epilogue’ by Hungarian photographer Tamas Dezso. whose large scale, painterly images depict a time of transition in Romania and Hungary following the fall of Communism in the late 1980s. Find out more here

The lower level see’s a different tone of colour and imagery which complement each other brilliantly. A Lover’s Complaint’, still life presented in black and white by Edinburgh based photographer Robin Gillanders, are a visual response to short chapters by Roland Barthes’ book A Lover’s Discourse. Find out more on this exhibition here

Exhibition details

Tamas Dezso: Notes for an Epilogue

27 October – 26 November 2016

Robin Gillanders: A Lover’s Complaint

27 October – 26 November 2016

Argentea Gallery

28 St Paul’s Square

Birmingham

B3 1RB

t: +44 (0)121 236 5444

Opening times

Tuesday to Thursday 10am – 5pm

Friday and Saturday 12noon – 7pm

For any more information please visit the site

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