Six Foot Gallery Poster

Okay, so it’s official. We are exhibiting at Six Foot Gallery in Glasgow on the 18th to the 29th of October. The opening night will be on the 18th from 3 to 6 pm with wine reception.

Following on from our successful endeavours in Edinburgh, we are taking Any.And.Or. to Glasgow where we will exhibit an array of new and recent work including photography, prints, watercolours, painting, performance, installation and sculpture.

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SFG AAO 4-4 – Check out the new poster for more details!

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So things have been quite quiet here at AAO HQ over the past few months.  Since the show at Coburg House we’ve had a bit of a break and caught up with other stuff/been working.  But now we are back!  And with a cheeky Glasgow show too.

We’re still finalising poster designs, but here are the details:

Title2- Any.And.Or

Any And Or // Six Foot Gallery

17th-29th October 2013 

Layla Rose Cowan
Tatiana der Parthogh 
Helen Hardman 
Ana Hine 
Sekai Machache 
Katy Meehan 

www.sixfootgallery.com
anyandor.wordpress.com

Six Foot Gallery 
The Pentagon Centre
Washington Street
The Broomielaw
Glasgow, G3 8AZ

Keep your eyes peeled for updates and details of the opening!

We got blogged!

James of wednesdayboy.blogspot.com wrote a lovely blog about our exhibition.

“It was a really interesting exhibit with some not too strenuous involvement, which is always fun. Each artist has something different to offer, from the raw works by Ana Hine dealing with obscenity, shame and sexual repression, to the fun and quirky paper-cut dresses by Tatiana der Parthogh who expresses how females are defined through superficial judgements.”

Wednesday Boy

 

 

Click on the photo or HERE to be taken to James’ blog to read the whole thing!

Any And Or’s very own Tatiana Der Parthogh will be graduating in a couple of weeks with her first Masters!  Over the past year Tat has been working ridiculously hard on the MSc Forensic Art programme, and for her final project has had the prestigious opportunity to work on a recreation of the skull of Francisco Goya.

Tatiana Der Parthogh MSc Forensic Art

Those of you who visited us at Coburg House in the last week of our show in July will have seen Tat working away on the production of her dissertation in between sunbathing breaks in the glorious sunshine!

To see more click HERE for the DJCAD Masters website.