Last Saturday saw the second instalment of the Latest Edition exhibition at Palace Arts, Redcar. After a surprisingly trouble-free install we were ready for the preview on what was a rather cloudy grey Redcar day, nevertheless Palace Arts was a warm, welcoming hub from the cold outside. The space immediately welcomed visitors from a walk along the sea front, and we were pleased to see many local residents, friends and family who’d turned up to see the exhibition.
The space at Palace Arts is very different to the Pavilion space we’d used back in September at the Festival of Thrift. Palace Arts, although a lot smaller and compact fit, the work perfectly, the white walls resembling more of a white cube gallery enabled each artist’s work to stand out, whilst also working as a group. The artist’s films aren’t hidden away in a screening room this time but feature in the space amongst the work, these details and changes to space can really make the viewer see the work in a different light each time they view the exhibition.
It was amazing to see such a great turn out to the opening, and a massive thank you to Mark Hickson for his help with the install and opening of the exhibition.
The Latest Edition exhibition will be at Palace Arts until 11th February 2018. The above artist editions are available to purchase both at Palace Arts and through the Latest Edition project online store.
Be sure to check out the Latest Edition artist gift range available at Palace Arts.