Gordon Dalton is an artist, curator and critic based in Cardiff, Wales.
Recent exhibitions include Everyone Knows This Is Nowhere, (Castlefield Gallery, Manchester), The Thatness of Wild (Bloc Gallery, Sheffield, 2007); Among the living, MIMA, Middlesbrough; Milton Keynes Gallery; Chapter, Cardiff and the ICA, London; Oh show me your beauty when the witnesses have gone (Gallery Skuc, Llubjiania, 2007); Over & Over, Again & Again (Contemporary Art Centre, Vilnius, 2005); Flourish (Moravian Gallery, Brno, 2005); Ribbed for your Pleasure, (Cynthia Broan, New York, 2005) Born Under A Bad Sign (Collective Gallery, Edinburgh, 2005); Sci-fi (MOT, London, 2005); Shattered Love (Keith Talent Gallery, London, 2004); Spectator T: Art Sheffield 05 (Sheffield, 2005); Star Radio (National Museum & Gallery/CBAT, Cardiff, 2005); Battle of Forest Hills (Moot Gallery, Nottingham, 2006).
He is currently the co-director of Mermaid & Monster (www.mermaidandmonster.com), a new commercial art agency in Wales.
S Mark Gubb grew up in a seaside town, spent the ages 6 to 16 growing up through the 80ís and his cousin introduced him to Iron Maiden when he was 8 years old. He works across a range of media including sculpture, video, sound, installation and performance. The subjects for his work are drawn from the social and political culture he grew up in; an equal fascination with things he finds so great and so terrible about the world we live in.
Mark has recently finished a production residency at Cove Park, Scotland. Other residencies/fellowships include the Arts Council of Englandís International Fellowship at Bunkier Sztuki, Krakow, Poland, Romantic Detachment, PS1 (MoMA), New York, and The Wheatley Fellowship at Birmingham Institute of Art and Design.
Recent projects/exhibitions include Zoo Art Fair (Moot Gallery), Out of Bounds: The 5 Codes Tours, Cornerhouse, Manchester (2008), his solo show Here Today, Gone Tomorrow, The City Gallery, Leicester (2008), Everyone Knows This Is Nowhere, Castlefield Gallery, Manchester (2007) and The Death of Peter Fechter, ICA, London (2007).
Mark is represented by Ceri Hand Gallery and lives and works in Nottingham.
This print was made to coincide with Dalton and Gubb's exhibition at Castlefield Gallery in December 2007/January 2008. For more info click here....
Everyone Knows This Is Nowhere, Edition of 50, 527x333mm, £30 unframed.
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