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LITTLE LORDS
LAURA FORD

2 - 30  March 2024

Main Space, Liminal Gallery

34 Fort Hill, Margate, CT9 1HD

Liminal Gallery is delighted to announce their next exhibition ‘Little Lords’ by renowned artist Laura Ford. The exhibition will showcase a collection of sculptural and wall-based works which explore the boundaries between desire and imposition, inviting viewers into the realm of play and imagination.

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IT GATHERED HERE
LOUISE FRANCES SMITH

17 February - 11 May 2024

The Cupboard, Liminal Gallery

34 Fort Hill, Margate, CT9 1HD

‘It gathered here’ is a solo exhibition by Ramsgate-based artist Louise Frances Smith and presents a series of site specific sculptures. Playing with scale, the organic, body-like forms appear to be engulfing the small space, growing, crawling and spreading around the walls - posing the question of what the repercussions of human intervention is on our fragile coastal ecosystems, hiding behind the door of The Cupboard.

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OPEN DESK
GALIT CRIDEN

24 - 25  February 2024

Main Space, Liminal Gallery

34 Fort Hill, Margate, CT9 1HD

Liminal Gallery are delighted to announce that Open Desk is travelling to Margate for a one-to-one performance encounter/conversation with Galit Criden who has been having conversations with strangers over the last three years, involving over 70 participants. Galit and participants will be exploring themes of love, learning, care, and creating space for others.

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IN BITS
INGRID BERTHON-MOINE
& JENNIFER NIEUWLAND

3 - 24 February 2024

Main Space, Liminal Gallery

34 Fort Hill, Margate, CT9 1HD

Liminal Gallery is delighted to announce its upcoming exhibition, ‘In Bits’, which examines the delicate interplay of strength and vulnerability through the works of artists Ingrid Berthon-Moine and Jennifer Nieuwland. Delving into the tactile nature of art, both artists employ texture as a central element encapsulated in dismembered limbs that echo the intricacies of the human experience.

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TURNER'S FEMALE CONTEMPORARIES
MERCEDES WORKMAN

18 November  2023 - 10 February 2024

The Cupboard, Liminal Gallery

34 Fort Hill, Margate, CT9 1HD

‘Turner's Female Contemporaries’ presents a meticulously crafted and entirely tiled space, unveiling the faces of female artists who have long been overlooked by history, each of whom were creating their own work during J. M. W. Turner’s lifetime. Mercedes Workman's installation serves as a poignant reminder of the many talented women artists who have, for the most part, been denied the recognition they rightfully deserved. This exhibition shines a much-needed spotlight on their remarkable contributions to the art world and seeks to rectify the historical omission.

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HAUNCHES
MAUD WHATLEY

6th - 27th January 2024

Main Space, Liminal Gallery

34 Fort Hill, Margate, CT9 1HD

Liminal Gallery is thrilled to announce its upcoming exhibition, ‘Haunches’, the first solo show of Margate-based artist Maud Whatley. The exhibition showcases Whatley's drawings which layer images sourced from art-historical paintings, online archives, personal photographs, and Google image results. Her work explores the politics of observation, the eroticism born from juxtaposing disparate ideas, and the alluring, unconventional nature of repetitive drawing techniques.

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LIMINAL GALLERY PODCAST

Now available to stream

Liminal Gallery Podcast is presented by Louise Fitzjohn, the Founder and Director of Liminal. This podcast is an opportunity to speak with the contemporary artists currently exhibiting in Liminal's Margate-based Gallery. We delve deeper into the artists practice, talk art, the art world and to probe their innermost thoughts about their exhibitions.

Listen now, on the link below, or find us on Apple, Google, Spotify and wherever else you stream yours.

ABOUT LIMINAL GALLERY

Though the smallest bricks-and-mortar contemporary gallery in the UK, Liminal Gallery challenges the status quo, presenting the diverse and resonant voices of today’s artists from across the UK and Ireland. While historically women and minorities have been wildly underrepresented in the art world, we stand as proof that change is happening.

 

Liminal Gallery’s permanent home at 34 Fort Hill, Margate, opened on 1st October 2022 after operating digitally and nomadically since its inception in April 2021. Our second exhibition space, The Cupboard, opened in March 2023 which provides local artists with a 3 month residency to showcase a solo exhibition in a playful and quirky space. Liminal Gallery Podcast was also launched in October 2022, used as a tool to widen access globally to their artists and their practice.

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