trying to pull myself away

During the summer of 2015, across ten days, the city centres of Frankfurt am Main and Offenbach am Main presented 50 large billboards as canvases for selected international artworks.

By taking the works out of the 'white cube' OFFM Public Art Panels created platforms to bring art into everyday life and broaden artistic awareness. Temporarily, the cityscape of Frankfurt and Offenbach became host to an artistic dialogue, providing a space for young artists as well as already established ones to exhibit their works. The aim of this intervention was to present artworks which stand alone and function individually, while creating new contexts as well as generating a dialogue with their immediate environment of the Rhein-Main region. 

Trying to Pull Myself Away was selected by OFFM Public Art Panels curators and was presented in Offenbach.

Opening of OFFM Public Art Panels at Freitagsküche

More documentation -

KubaParis review -



From left to right: Peter Simpson, Harry Meadley, Matthew Parkin & Bryony Hussey x 2

Cascading Relevant Information, Open Eye Gallery, Liverpool

Curated by Liam Peacock, Theo Vass & Joseph Hulme (CBS Gallery) as part of Festive Photo Fayre

An exhibition of printed material from over 60 artists, acting as physical research into how the photographic image plays an increasing central role in the production and dissemination of artworks. All works are printed in the gallery using the MX-2600N printer, installed alongside others and reorganised over the duration of the exhibition.

Exhibition details -

Art in Liverpool review -

You Have Got my Bone, Old Foyles Bookshop, Charring Cross road, London 

Curated by Esoteric art collective 

An exhibition of over 30 recent graduates from Central Saint Martins, Slade School of Fine Art, Westminster and Goldsmiths in an exhibition playfully entitled 'You Have Got My Bone' in the old Foyles bookshop. Central Saint Martins former neighbour before the move to King's Cross. The artworks range from painting and sculpture to installation and performance. The exhibition took place across four floors of the old Foyles bookstore (121 Charing Cross Road) with performances and live music every evening from 7-9pm. The building was demolished in 2016 and replaced by new office blocks.

Find out more about the event.

Read a Cass Art review.

© Bryony Hussey 2024