Past and present artists bring work to big screen in latest Not Just Hockney exhibition

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Abstract

SIX more artists with local links feature in a big screen exhibition in Bradford this month and next.

Work by Ian Burdall, Judy Sale and Liza Dracup is being paired with artists from the past whose work is in a similar style.

It is part of the ongoing Not Just Hockney digital exhibition organised by Silsden art enthusiast Colin Neville, which this year is focussed on the Past and Present.

Mr Neville said: “The March and April daily Past and Present presentation on the Big Screen again pairs local visual artists from the past with professional artists of today who work successfully in the same creative arenas as their predecessors. This link and continuity between the past and present in the visual arts locally will be an important feature of the current bid to become the City of Culture in 2025.
Original languageEnglish
TypeResearch outputs
Media of outputNewspaper article
PublisherTelegraph and Argus newspaper
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - 5 Mar 2022

Keywords

  • photography
  • Artist
  • City of Culture
  • Bradford

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