We invite you to join us for the fourth in our current series of ‘In conversation / Q&A’ events with artists whose exhibitions form part of the programme of activity at The International 3.
On Thursday 21st April, there will be an opportunity for you to see Joe Fletcher Orr’s exhibition, Mummy’s Boy followed by an in conversation led by Adam Carr. The evening will conclude with an opportunity for Q&A.
Adam Carr is a Curator and Writer. He has curated a large number of exhibitions worldwide since 2004. He was previously a guest curator at Castello di Rivoli, Museum of Contemporary Art, Turin; Kadist Art Foundation, Paris; and ICA, London, among others. His texts have been published by Whitechapel Gallery, London; Centre Pompidou, Paris; Singapore Tyler Print Institute, Singapore; and Rennie Collection, Vancouver. He is a regular contributing writer to Cura and Mousse Magazine. Since 2013 he has been a Curator at MOSTYN I Wales and continues to curate exhibitions elsewhere.
Joe Fletcher Orr (born 1991, Birkenhead) graduated from Manchester Metropolitan University in 2013 with a BA (Hons) Fine Art. Since then he has exhibited in a number of group exhibitions nationally and internationally, most recently in Follow, at FACT, Liverpool, Adventures in Clay, Bronze & Stone, Furini Arte Contemporanea, Arezzo, Italy, SCOUSE HOUSE, Syson Gallery, Nottingham, Champagne, BeatTricks, Milan, I refuse to participate in failure, Spreez, Munich, The Whole Wide World, The International 3, Salford, and Modern History Vol.1, The Grundy Blackpool. Orr’s previous solo exhibition, Under The Thumb, took place at The International 3 in 2014. He is currently exhibiting in, A Journey from a sweeping gesture to a lasting effect at Vitrine in Basel. Joe was recently selected for The Zabludowicz Collection’s annual Testing Ground: MasterClass project and was a 2013 Catlin Guide selected artist. His work is held in private collections nationally and internationally and in the Arts Council England Collection. Joe Fletcher Orr is also the director of Cactus Gallery, Liverpool.
Supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England. Thanks to The International 3 Patrons. Thanks to Castlefield.