An exhibition about painting (in some aspect) – ‘Malevolent Eldritch Shrieking’ features past and present staff and students, opens in Sheffield on 24 March 2018
Malevolent Eldritch Shrieking is an exhibition of painting in its broadest sense.
Curated by SHU alumni artist Paul Morrison and located at his Attercliffe™ space in Sheffield, the exhibition presents works by more than 90 artists including many past and present staff and students from Sheffield Hallam. The salon style exhibition is a large diverse international salon-style multi-generational exhibition about painting.
Malevolent Eldritch Shrieking
Attercliffe™, 747 Attercliffe Road, Sheffield
Saturday 24 March – Saturday 05 May 2018
Open by appointment
Includes work from: Jan Albers, Sue Arrowsmith, Paul Barlow, Eric Bainbridge, Anthony Bennett, Michael Bevilacqua, Merijn Bolink, Juan Bolivar, Kate Bright, Ralf Broeg, Chloë Brown, Glenn Brown, Simon Campbell, John Chilver, Sacha Craddock, Michael Craig-Martin, Hansjoerg Dobliar, Rowena Dring, Marcel van Eeden, Machiko Edmondson, Tim Eitel, Roberto Ekholm, Dee Ferris, Gail Fitzgerald, Saul Fletcher, Ed Fornieles, Torben Giehler, Lothar Goetz, Deme Georghiou, Brian Griffiths, Terry Haggerty, Jane Harris, Matthew Harrison, Karolyn Hatton, Gerard Hemsworth, Gregor Hildebrandt, Stefan Hirsig, Dale Holmes, Paul Housley, Tom Howse, Des Hughes, Richard Jacobs, Ben Judd, Ben Kaufmann, Scott King, Richard Kirwan, Sharon Kivland, Rannva Kunoy, Des Lawrence, Christoph Lohmann, Bob Matthews, Caroline McCarthy, Penny McCarthy, Peter McDonald, Dominic McGill, Robert McNally, Dawn Mellor, Nathaniel Mellors, Jo Melvin, Robert Moon, Ryan Mosley, Jost Münster, Julian Opie, Carl Ostendarp, Helena Petersen, Michael Petry, Daniel Pettitt, Jan van der Ploeg, James Pyman, Ged Quinn, Barry Reigate, Bernd Ribbeck, Darren Richardson, Mark Riddington, David Risley, Ben Rivers, Neil Rumming, Lesley Sanderson & Neil Conroy, Sophie Schmidt, Gary Simmonds, Dillwyn Smith, Maxima Smith, Stephen Snoddy, Michael Stubbs, Daniel Sturgis, Srinivas Surti, Tomoaki Suzuki, Finlay Taylor, Ben Tew, David Thorpe, Dimitra Vamiali, Riette Wanders, Mathew Weir, Richard Wentworth, Julie Westerman, Lucy Williams, Keith Wilson, Martin Wöhrl, Clare Woods, Richard Woods, Will Yackulic and more.
Chloë Brown is an artist and Senior Lecturer/Course Leader in Fine Art at Sheffield Hallam University, living in Sheffield, UK. She has an MA in Sculpture from Chelsea College of Art, London (1994), and a BA in Fine Art from the University of Reading (1987).
Penny McCarthy is a Reader in Fine Art at Sheffield Hallam University.
Gary Simmonds is Senior Lecturer/Course Leader in Creative Art Practice at Sheffield Hallam University.
Julie Westerman is a Senior Lecturer at Sheffield Hallam University, working across sculpture, drawing, film, animation, and as a curator.
Keith Wilson is a Professor of Sculpture at Sheffield Hallam University and is currently working at the Graduate Centre of City University of New York‘s Centre for the Humanities as Acting Executive Director.