On Tuesday 9th March at 3pm Mark Neville will give a public talk at the gallery. Neville's lens-based works have been realised and disseminated in a large array of contexts, as both still and moving image pieces, as slide installations and coffee-table books. Neville will talk about the ideas which inform his work, showing rarely seen films and photographs from his oeuvre. RSVP at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Neville's work exists in different forms in several important collections, including those of the Arts Council of England, the Kunstmuseum Bern, National Galleries of Scotland, the Flemish Community, and Martin Parr. Neville has recently presented talks on his practice internationally at venues which include Harvard University and Whitechapel Art Gallery, and the work has been the subject of reviews and articles in art journals including Frieze, and Art Monthly.
He is currently engaged in a major new commission for the Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh, and his exhibition at Mount Stuart on the Isle of Bute, 'Fancy Pictures', forms the basis of an interview and feature in the current edition of 'Source' magazine.
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