The North in Focus
The North in Focus celebrates the early work of C. H. Wood and represents life in and around Bradford and the North of England in the first half of the twentieth century. The black and white prints are taken from glass negatives and include stunning aerial views of Northern Cities and towns from the 1930’s until the 1960’s. Many have never previously been displayed in public and give a visual insight into the life and landscapes of Northern Britain in the first half of the twentieth century.
January 2009 until 2011.
Hirer responsible for insurance value of £5,000 from receipt to return.
Sonja Kielty, Museums Officer (Exhibitions), Cartwright Hall Art Gallery, Tel: 01274 436027 email: email@example.com
50 running metres of space for hanging plus display cases. (The exhibition can be adapted to smaller venues).
Exhibition includes 16 framed images double mounted, 18 aerial views Lambda prints wrapped onto MDF, 3 large images Lambda prints wrapped onto MDF, 2 introductory text panels and introductory image. Original cameras and objects to accommodate upto six cases with information labels. A six minute DVD playing on a loop showing the brief history of C.H.Wood. (For full content listseespecificationslist)
The fee should be £3000 per eight week period. For an extra one off cost the exhibition could include images local to the host venue (subject to availability). These could include aerial views enlarged to 2 metres x 2 metres. The final cost would depend upon the amount of changes.
Fee includes one way transport. Hirer to return or transport to next venue.