Friday, February 25, 2011

Ryan Pyle Blog: Brighton Gallery Exhibition


This is just a remind that I'll be speaking next week at the AM Gallery in Brighton to launch the Intimate China show which begins on Tuesday March 1st and runs for the month of March. A small selection of my work from Chinese Turkestan will be on display.

My talk will take place on Tuesday March 1st at 8pm. If anyone is in the neighborhood, swing by.

The gallery address is:
1 Borough Street, Brighton BN1 3BG, United Kingdom

AM Gallery LINK

The official flier is below.

AM Gallery presents
Intimate China
A group exhibition of China-based photographers

We are pleased to invite you to a private view & Artist’s talk with Ryan Pyle in accordance with the ArtsFORUM

Tuesday 1 March 2011 7pm-9pm
AM Gallery, 1 Borough Street, Brighton
PLEASE RSVP by 25 Feb.

The exhibition aims to enhance the interaction between the European public and Chinese art scene through the photographic medium - with more than 70 stunning images in two different shows, viewers will be able to become familiar with the fascinating contemporary Chinese art scene. The fine art photographers display a great combination of people and landscape, while in documentary there is no lack of details about everyday life in China.

Show 1: Seppe Van Grieken, Jonathan Browning, Ryan Pyle, Jingyi Yang, Gemma Thorpe, Stefen Chow
Show 2: Boris Austin, Jasper James, David Hartung, Camille Levert, Peikwen Cheng, Simon Dean

Show 1: Open Tuesday 1 – Thursday 10 March 2011
Show 2: Open Friday 11 – Sunday 20 March 2011

Opening Hours
Weekdays 11am-4pm. Sat/Sun 11am-5pm. Monday closed. FREE ENTRY

How to get here
By Bus: 1, 1A, 2, 2A, 5, 5A, 5B, 6, 20, 25, 46, 49, 49A, 71, 81, 81B, N25 (Norfolk Square)
Use Google map or Multi map to find routes to and from the gallery.

About Ryan Pyle

More information can be found at &
Wine will be served free.

Ryan Pyle

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