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'The Collection' at New Gallery London

ExhibitionsPosted by Michael Xuereb Apr 26, 2011 10:09PM

'The Collection' was presented by Holy Ghost at the New Gallery Londnon between 18.4.11 and 24.4.11. More info.


The land was drained and the boggy ground, 2009



Photos from the exhibition:


more photos.








More artwork on my facebook page n'all









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MCA09 - A New Generation

ExhibitionsPosted by Michael Xuereb Jan 19, 2010 12:58AM

'A New Generation' at the Valletta MCA was the first show of 2010 that included my work. The opening of the exhibition was last Thursday 14th January and will remain open until the 7th of February 2010.




This is a group show of 10 emerging Maltese artists, curated by Mark Mangion.

At the show I have two recent pieces - two large canvases titled 'She had composure beyond her years' (1), (2).

The two pieces have a similar underlying theme. In each case the initial motive was to extract aesthetic value from found diagrams and representations that were primarily designed/drawn for functional purposes.







For further information about the MCA and the exhibition, visit this link.
Or visit the MCA facebook page here.


MCA (Malta Contemporary Art)
St. James Cavalier
Castille Square
Valletta
VLT 1060
Malta

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MCA - A New Generation

ExhibitionsPosted by Michael Xuereb Jan 08, 2010 04:46PM
'A New Generation' at the MCA will be the first show of 2010 that will include my work. The opening of the exhibition will be 14th January, and come to a close on 7th February 2010.



This will be a group show of 10 emerging Maltese artists, curated by Mark Mangion.

At the show I will have three recent pieces. Two large canvases and a sculpture/object. The canvases are titled 'She had composure beyond her years' (1), (2), and the sculpture/object is titled 'Day, Night'.

All three pieces have a similar underlying theme. In each case the initial motive was to extract aesthetic value from found diagrams and representations that were primarily designed/drawn for functional purposes.

Below is a detail shot of the 'Day, Night' piece.


To download a copy of the e-invite, click on the thumbnail below.

For further information about the MCA and the exhibition you can visit this link.



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