A unique array of artists, illustrators and designers who will transform each of their bikes into an emporium of delights – kind of like an art fair meets car boot sale, but more compact and kinder to the environment.
The bazaar will take place in the convivial and lively atmosphere of the wonderful Le Truc where you can hang out with the artists and your get your hands on affordable original artworks and editions from this stellar line up: Jane Anderson, Stewart Easton, Meeno, Husky Organic, Ben Javens, LumberJackJoe, Mini Moderns, Dawn Painter, Keep and Share, Abject Records, Claire Scully, Lizz Lunney and Simon Peplow.
Est. 2006 by artist Bill Pollard, BBB is all about Bicycles, Creativity and Good Cheer.
In June 2013 A3 Project Space launched its opening programme.
A3 Project Space is an artist-led gallery in Digbeth Birmingham, run by Trevor Pitt, Oliver Jones and Cathy Wade.
A responsive and evolving programme of exhibitions, projects and events support contemporary artists, designers and makers to take risks with their work and their relationships with audiences.
THE OPEN PROJECT is mac birmingham’s innovative reworking of the ‘open’ exhibition format. Testing the conventions and authority of the visual art space, THE OPEN PROJECT has been devised in association with artist Trevor Pitt as a platform to explore democratic and collective approaches to exhibition curating.
In a series of four exhibitions selected by Young Curators as part of the Next Generation programme, alternative perspectives are offered to that of the institutionalised art curator - the authorrial decision maker, gatekeeper and trend setter. With an aim to support the professional development of emerging arts professionals,
THE OPEN PROJECT also presents the region’s artists with increased opportunities to be selected for exhibition. All eligible artworks submitted to the project are considered for each of the exhibitions in addition to a guaranteed place in the closing Salon exhibition, between 22 August and 8 September 2013.