A Paul Morrison Studio project – presenting painting, sculpture and a new print series by Mathew Weir – A Maze of Parts will explore notions of containment and escape. Installed within Attercliffe™, a former Victorian bank branch, the works will integrate with and gain resonance from this unique environment. A text – Amazingly Weird – by psychoanalyst and writer Anouchka Grose accompanies the exhibition.
CFAR runs a low-cost clinical service offering long-term open-ended therapy to unemployed and low-income people. It has been running since 2001, and is funded by the generosity of artists who have an understanding of analytic work. Each year, an artist donates a work which CFAR then sells privately, usually to one of a small group of benefactors. Artists who have donated works include Antony Gormley, Anish Kapoor, Cornelia Parker and Grayson Perry. This week Mathew Weir donated the painting Sorrow’s Child, 2013, to support CFAR’s work.
Nature Morte: Contemporary Artists Reinvigorate the Still Life Tradition will be showing at the Four Domes Pavilion, Museum of Contemporary Art, The National Museum in Wroclaw, Wroclaw, Poland from 19th February to 14th May 2017.