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In conversation / Maeve Rendle and Alex Sainsbury

12 Feb 2015

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7pm - 9pm

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FREE BUT BOOKING IS ESSENTIAL AS PLACES ARE LIMITED
Reserve your place by emailing Paulette Terry Brien ptb@international3.com. You will receive a confirmation email with further event and venue details.

The International 3

Salford, United Kingdom

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Hosted within the context of our current exhibition, Gretta’s Gabriel,Gabriel’s Gretta, join us at The International 3 for an evening of conversation and discussion taking the work of Maeve Rendle as our starting point.

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In Conversation : MAEVE RENDLE and ALEX SAINSBURY
Thursday 12th February 2015
7pm – 9pm at The International 3

FREE BUT BOOKING IS ESSENTIAL AS PLACES ARE LIMITED
Reserve your place by emailing Paulette Terry Brien ptb@international3.com You will receive a confirmation email with further event and venue details.

Hosted within the context of our current exhibition, Gretta’s Gabriel,Gabriel’s Gretta, join us at The International 3 (address below), for an evening of conversation and discussion taking the work of Maeve Rendle as our starting point. The evening will be also be an opportunity to see Maeve’s current exhibition (closing 13th Februrary) as well finding out more about the work of Alex Sainsbury and The International 3.

Alex Sainsbury (born 1968) joined Rear Window – a group organising exhibitions in found spaces in London in 1995. In 1997 he co-founded the arts charity Peer. He set up a two year gallery project, 38 Langham Street, in 2001, and from 2005 directed Raven Row, a non-profit exhibition centre in Spitalfields which opened in 2009. He also established the grant-making charity Glass-House Trust in 1993, co-initiating various projects related to child development, and social housing, and most recently MayDay Rooms, a social resource at 88 Fleet Street, holding historical material linked to social movements and experimental culture.

Maeve Rendle (born London 1980) lives and works in Manchester. She studied at Nottingham Trent University (2003) and at Manchester School of Art (2005). Recent exhibitions and projects include a solo exhibition at BLACK, Salford (2014), Innsbruck International (2013), The Way We Do Art Now, Tanya Leighton, Berlin, Unframe, a solo exhibition at Grundy Gallery, Blackpool (2010), Unresolved, Castlefield Gallery, Manchester and Radical Obsolescence, an editions project by Manchester School of Art in collaboration with Ceri Hand Gallery (2009). Maeve Rendle was longlisted for the Northern Art Prize in 2008. In January 2015, Maeve presented her performance 'on summary in freedom' as part of The International 3's contribution to Dialogues at London Art Fair curated by Anna Colin. In addition to her solo show at The International 3, Maeve is also currently participating in the group exhibition, ‘Die Dritte Hand / Last Exit Painting’ at Salon Dahlmann in Berlin.

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The International 3
142 Chapel Street
Salford
M3 6AF
Tel: 00 44 (0) 7981 389 591
http://www.international3.com/
@international3_
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The International 3 is supported by Arts Council England and by its founder Patrons, Robert Devereux, Jo and Allan Melzack, Dr. Sezgin Ismail, Bob and Hazel Miller, Martyn and Valerie Torevell and Founder Artist Patron, Rachel Goodyear, as well as those that wish to remain anonymous.

The International 3 is a company limited by guarantee registered in England and Wales.
Company registration number : 06256960
Registered office: 142 Chapel Street, Salford, M3 6AF.

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The International 3

Exhibiting artists

Maeve Rendle

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