“I think it is a really celebratory event and a chance for a people to meet and see the work of artists and curators working in Manchester today”
Paradise works will open its doors to guests on the 25th of this month to showcase an array of contemporary art pieces.
The event features a packed set of activities, like the celebration of the gallery’s fifth birthday, alongside a performance by studio member, Richard Shields, a film screening and other interesting launches.
Gwen Evans, Marketing assistant for the gallery said: “We’re also unveiling a new ground floor studio space.”
That evening, there would also be a preview of the exhibition “Intersections” curated by Will Marshall, featuring the artwork of nine artists. This exhibition, will however be open from the 28th of May till the 2nd of June.
The artists featured would be
Omid Asadi, Lindsey Bull, Jez Dolan, Sadé Mica, Ruth Murray, Linnet Panashe Rubaya, Deshna Shah, Chester Tenneson and Alistair Woods.
This event is open to everyone, as it is free and it will run from 6pm till 10pm. The gallery is located at Irwell House, East Phillip Street, M3 7LE, Salford.
For more information, visit the Paradise Works website.