Gallery DODO: Niagara Falls Projects
About the Event
Niagara Falls Projects (NFP) comes to Gallery DODO for the last in a series of exhibitions that invite artists, who had previously established temporary gallery spaces in the Brighton area, to curate a show. James William Murray and Martin Seeds co-founded NFP in 2017, holding ten exhibitions in a refurbished garage, before finally closing in 2020 with an off-site exhibition at Brighton CCA’s project space, Dorset Place.
Niagara Falls Projects is pleased to present a group exhibition at Gallery DODO with: Paolo Arao, David J. Batchelor, Duncan Bullen, Jacob Clark, Joseph Coniff, Doris Erbacher, Laurence Graves, Richard Graville, May Hands, Rupert Hartley, Reinis Lismanis, Nick Naber, David Murphy, Jonathan Murphy, James William Murray, Jan Van Der Ploeg, Martin Seeds.
“a maximalist presentation of paintings, drawings, sculptures, and photography that reference the grid as a formal devise for abstract composition. Some works adhere strictly to the grid, whereas others seek to break, warp, or traverse it to different extents.”
ABOUT GALLERY DODO
Gallery DODO is an artist-led exhibition space situated on the south stairway inside of Phoenix Art Space. Visitors must pre-book a free, timed slot in advance of their visit.