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Leeds Met Gallery

Located in Leeds Metropolitan University, the Gallery has commissioned, curated and promoted contemporary visual art since 1991 as well as supporting artists engaged in developing new practice thought our annual Testbed programme.

Leeds

United Kingdom
Address:
Leeds Met Gallery Leeds Metropolitan University
Phone: 0113 812 3140
Fax: 0113 812 5999
Website: www.leedsmet.ac.uk/arts


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Current Exhibitions

Ground For Discussion | Conway and Young

Thursday 27 April – Thursday 22 July

Ground For Discussion documents a series of undeveloped and alternative spaces found within a half-mile radius of Leeds Railway Station - places that stand still in a constantly moving urban environment, that remain in the shadow of a regenerated modern city - blank areas, open areas, pauses in between buildings where overgrown wastelands sit between city centre apartments and ancient footpaths. This work presents passers by with an opportunity to think about the way in which city centre space has been used and about the empty and historically rich spaces that remain.

Ground For Discussion will be presented on a billboard situated in Leeds Railway Station (lower concourse, opposite Subway) The project is accompanied by both a limited edition publication and set of postcards, which will be available from the Leeds Tourist Information Centre in the train station.

Ground For Discussion is the first of four as part of Leeds Met Gallery’s Billboard Project using billboard 7075 at Leeds Railway Station over the coming year.

Leave | Simon Boas... [ Read all ]


Previous Exhibitions

Perhaps Nothing, Perhaps Something (2009) saw big names including Cornelia Parker and Rachel Whiteread along side Northern Art Prize winner Paul Rooney and others.
Taking part in Ways of Looking a multi-venue events for photography and new media in Leeds and Bradford in September 2008. Leeds Met Gallery presented David Knowles #7071 in Leeds Railway Station and Alex Hartley in the Gallery as well co-presenting Cafe Artistique with Axis.

Welcoming over 1,600 visitors for Legoville as part of Light Night 2008.

Holding the highly successful retrospective of Leeds born painter Joash Woodrow (2007).

Collaborating with Film and Video Umbrella to bring Single Shot into Leeds Met and onto the Big Screen in Millennium Square.

Leeds Met graduate Christopher Campbell returned with the solo exhibition Epoch (2006).

Episode (2006) developed and enlarged from a smaller exhibition first presented in London. This was the only regional showing before commencing an international tour.


Jonothan Shaw's (re)collect (2006) produced in collaboration with Pavilion.

From the Ordinary (2005), our firstand highly successful exhibition... [ Read all ]


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Art Fairs

Leeds Met Gallery run an annual art sale called On Your Wall, offering affordable art from young and emerging artists predominantly from the region of Yorkshire.


Submission Policy

Artistic Policy
Leeds Met Gallery remains dedicated to the development and presentation of contemporary visual art reflecting new practice, new ideas and excellence in execution.

Through a programme of work that challenges perceptions and provokes debate about the changing position of contemporary art within the cultural arena, we aim to provide a focus for critical understanding and appreciation of contemporary practice.

We are committed to support the development of new work from artists in the early stages of their careers.

Programme Structure
Leeds Met Gallery welcomes proposals from artists for solo, group or thematic exhibitions.

The exhibition programme consists of six exhibitions each year. and forms a balance of different strands – artists’ proposals, initiated projects and occasional hired in exhibitions. For the majority of these, the gallery works in partnership with artists and other art galleries / organisations to develop exhibitions of new work.

The gallery holds a budget to contribute to production costs, equipment hire or artists’ fees/ expenses. In addition we will cover promotional c... [ Read all ]


Press Links

Please direct all press enquiries to Jaye Kearney, Marketing Officer, on 0113 812 5997 or j.kearney@leedsmet.ac.uk


Location And Getting There

http://www.leedsmet.ac.uk/arts/visit.htm

By Car: Please see map for instructions. Several paying car parks close by.

Bus: Any stopping on Woodhouse Lane (near the Fenton Pub). For more information call the Metro Line on 0113 245 7676.

Train: We are a fifteen minute walk from Leeds City Station.

www.leedsmet.ac.uk/travel/map/index.htm



Contact-Directors/Staff

Curator: Moira Innes
m.innes@leedsmet.ac.uk