Friday, October 22, 2010

painting is dead / long live painting

You are invited to the exclusive preview of work by the artist Sinéad Breslin

Sinéad Breslin

painting is dead / long live painting

curated by Philip Northcott

Private View:
Thursday 21st October 2010
7 - 9.30pm
Music and Bar till 11pm

Exhibition Open:
22 - 24 October 2010
11 – 6pm

Private View:
Thursday 21st October 2010
7 - 9.30pm
Music and Bar till 11pm

Motorcade/Flashparade in BV Studios
37 Philip Street, Bedminster, Bristol BS3 4EA

BV Studios, 37 Philip Street, Bedminster, Bristol, BS3 4EA

Friday, August 20, 2010


Motorcade/FlashParade warmly invites you to 

Original Enclosure - new works by Ben Marshall-Corser

a solo show of drawings and photographs

Private View Friday 20th August 6.30pm till late
Continues Saturday 21st - Sunday 22nd August


Thursday, June 24, 2010


Private View Thursday 24th June 6.30 pm till late
Exhibition continues Friday 25th - Sunday 27th June

Motorcade/FlashParade presents DAYLIGHT ROBBERY, a group show mounted by MA Fine Art students from the University of the West of England to mark the end of their first year.

Thursday, April 22, 2010


Maia Conran’s work takes place as expected events that create a tension with her subjects. She is concerned with duration and the perceptual qualities of her work in relation to given spaces and contexts.

Her practice utilises everyday, generic objects that are functional but not basic necessities – they are objects that denote a certain lifestyle or status. She combines these with institutional environments and mechanical functions.

Friday, February 19, 2010


Cook works with pre-manufactured, light reflective materials - mirror, wood stain, gloss paint, PVC and Perspex - which lie slick upon the surface of large, stocky, roughly-built wooden constructions.

For Cook these seductively lustrous surfaces suggest the glamour of gay social spaces, such as bars and clubs, and their habitués...and the underbelly of that scene with its associations of sexual suggestion and excess. His sculptures embody the urge for temporary celebration - the fleeting opportunity to adopt bacchanalian, carnivalesque behaviour.

Fraser Cook lives and works in Bristol.