Opening 4 September, this display will showcase work by five living artists, curated by Alan Kluckow
A centre for the arts and home to the culturally curious, Stapleford Granary is far more than just a concert venue (although you won’t want to miss its autumn concert series, starting 9 September). From 4 September to 13 November, the Granary will be home to a brand-new exhibition, Five British Contemporary Artists, featuring works by William Balthazar Rose, Sally Moore, Christopher Farrell, Boo Mitford and Nicholas Herbert.
The display has been curated by Alan Kluckow, who has spent his entire working life in the art world – as a creator, consultant, curator and gallery owner. Having moved from the US to the UK in 1993 to start Bonham-Kluckow Art Consultancy in London, he later established Alan Kluckow Fine Art, promoting contemporary British and international creatives and collaborating with arts organisations. “We’re thrilled to work with Alan on this exhibition,” says Kate Romano, CEO of Stapleford Granary. “The diversity of styles among these contemporaries is striking, but what binds them all together is the quality of the work and clarity of their individual expression.”
Free to visit, the exhibition is open every day (Monday to Friday 8.30am-4pm, Saturday 8.30am-3pm and Sunday 9am-2pm) and during events. The curator will be around for the opening on 4 September from 9am-2pm – where all are welcome.
To find out more about the exhibition and its artists, visit Stapleford Granary’s website.