SNAP 2012 is an exhibition as part of Aldeburgh Festival, featuring works by Glenn Brown, May Cornet, Gavin Turk, Matthew Darbyshire with Scott King, Brian Eno, Ryan Gander, Mark Limbrick, Emily Richardson, Aston Ernest and Maggi Hambling, who will be producing a sound installation for the first time.
Two artists who now live and work in Suffolk, Abigail Lane and Sarah Lucas, were instrumental in initiating SNAP. Participating artists have been chosen for their connection to the area. SNAP 2012 promises to be a show as broad and lively as the first in 2011. It will incorporate painting, print, installation, sculpture, film, sound and performance.
Some of the work has been made especially for SNAP and will be seen for the first time here. The opportunities offered by the site and the spirit of SNAP has encouraged artists to develop new directions and ideas.
Art works sited in the foyers, concert halls, green sites, and atmospheric disused buildings will give the visitor a chance to see new art in a vigorous, sometimes mysterious, environment away from a conventional gallery setting. Some of the pieces will sit alongside permanent outdoor sculpture at Snape by artists including Barbara Hepworth, Henry Moore, Alison Wilding and Sarah Lucas.
|Duration||09 June 2012 - 24 June 2012|
|Times||SNAP 2012, Sarah Lucas, Abigail Lane, Suffolk, Aldeburgh Festival, Gavin Turk, Brian Eno, Ryan Gander, Maggi Hambling, sound art, music, sculpture|
|Venue||Snape Maltings Concert Hall|
|Address||Snape Maltings Concert Hall Snape IP17 1SP, ,|
|Contact||01728 687100 / firstname.lastname@example.org / www.snapaldeburgh.co.uk/|