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'Dissolution' - Bill Viola

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Turning over a new...

Leaf brings together the various parts of Leeds College of Art & Design that are used to display art exhibitions for a series of autumn events.

Leaf is an umbrella title for several exhibitions and events taking place throughout Autumn 2008 in the various art spaces at Leeds College of Art & Design. These spaces include the Long Gallery and The Mosaic Café at Blenheim Walk and the entrance area of the Vernon Street site.

The exhibitions at the College during the Autumn/Winter Term are wide ranging including installations, video, photography, painting, printmaking, sound, performance and artists' books.

List of events:

Wednesday 29 October - Wednesday 31 December 2008

Wolfgang Tillmans

Wolfgang Tillmans

Cubitt - Martin Creed, Tacita Dean, Peter Doig, Alex Katz, Chris Ofili, Wolfgang Tillmans and other artists represented by the Cubitt Gallery in London. Shown in the Long Gallery, Blenheim Walk with the help of the British Council.

Friday 14 November 2008 - Friday 9 January 2009

Artists' Books: Structures & Narratives - A display of the College's collection of artists' books at various locations.

Wednesday 3 December 2008 - Friday 2 January 2009

Gretta's Progress - An exhibition curated by Harry Pye will be held at Blenheim Walk of the work of Gretta Sarfaty Marchant, an international multimedia artist.

Exhibitions are normally open to the public during term time from 10am to 8pm, Monday to Thursday and 10am to 4pm on Fridays. Out of term times the exhibitions are open from 10am to 4pm, Monday to Friday.

There is no charge to visit any of the exhibitions. Group visits should be arranged with the College beforehand. The College has two sites at Blenheim Walk and Vernon Street (off Cookridge Street). Both sites have disabled access and café facilities.

last updated: 30/12/2008 at 17:39
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