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What’s on 3 – 31 AUGUST EXHIBITIONS


UNTIL 8 SEPTEMBER IAN HAMILTON FINLAY Showing the work of this prominent post-war British artist, as well as that of contemporary artists and writers who reflect the artist’s influence today. Arnolfini (arnolfini.org.uk)


UNTIL 10 SEPTEMBER HORACE PANTER: OBVIOUS POP The bass guitarist from The Specials has a new solo show with 1LOVEART. The Square Gallery (1loveart.com)


UNTIL 15 SEPTEMBER YORGOS SAPOUNTZIS: THE PROTAGONISTS Sapountzis will be creating an imaginary park of public sculptures in the gallery of the Arnolfini (arnolfini.org.uk)


n Jo Eckert at Bristol Folk House, 2-29 August


UNTIL 10 AUGUST SARAH SENSE: WEAVING WATER This Native American artist, combines photography with tribal Chitimacha basket designs. Rainmaker Gallery (rainmakerart.co.uk)


UNTIL 21 AUGUST BENEDICT BLYTHE Illustrator and printmaker Benedict will be showing alongside some of the gallery’s 25 artists. Coldharbour Gallery (coldharbourgallery.co.uk)


UNTIL 25 AUGUST SUMMER SALON A chance to check out new artists, new work and new styles. View Art Gallery (viewartgallery. co.uk)


UNTIL 26 AUGUST DOUG FISHBONE & FRIENDS: ADVENTURELAND GOLF A playful exhibition of golf holes designed by leading contemporary artists including Jake and Dinos Chapman, David Shrigley and more. Arnolfini (arnolfini.org.uk)


UNTIL 31 AUGUST STORM THORGERSON, DAN BALDWIN AND JOE WEBB


|These prints will include Thorgerson’s design marking the 40th anniversary of Pink Floyd’s The Dark Side of the Moon. Innocent Fine Art. (innocentfineart.co.uk)


UNTIL 1 SEPTEMBER IF NOT ALWAYS PERMANENTLY, MEMORABLY A group show reflecting on memory, language and representation. Spike Island. (spikeisland.org.uk)


UNTIL 1 SEPTEMBER MELISSA GORDON: MATERIAL EVIDENCE Melissa looks at how visual information is perceived and reproduced. Spike Island. (spikeisland.org.uk)


UNTIL 8 SEPTEMBER SOPHIE RYDER: MONUMENTAL Described as “a conversation between scale, site and sculpture”. RWA (rwa.org.uk)


UNTIL 3 NOVEMBER TAYLOR WESSING PHOTOGRAPHIC PORTRAIT PRIZE A chance to see the 60 shortlisted works, which explore different approaches, styles and themes concerning the photographic portrait. One not to miss. M Shed (mshed.org)


2-29 AUGUST JO ECKERT Textured abstract works from this artist, who works mainly in acrylics but also incorporates collage and textiles in her pieces. Bristol Folk House (bristolfolkhouse.co.uk)


7 AUGUST 22 SEPTEMBER SCALE + AMBITION Examine 24 admissions for The Architects’ Journal Small Projects Awards, which celebrates design on a budget of £250,000 or less. The Architecture Centre (architecturecentre.co.uk)


8-11 AUGUST BALLOONS IN BRISTOL To celebrate the Bristol Balloon Fiesta, four local artists (Abigail McDougall, Robert Morton, Rob Hunt and Laura Jane Edwards) reveal their take on the city. LITTLEWHITESPACE (littlewhitespace.com)


10-31 AUGUST


QUENTIN WILLIAMS Enigmatic portraits, still lives and landscapes. The Guild Gallery (bristolguild.co.uk)


13-28 AUGUST TUMBLEWEED An exhibition that includes land and seascapes by photographer Dave Morgan-Davies and Jitka Palmer’s large ceramic vessels. The Searchers Contemporary (thesearcherscomtemporary.com)


15-21 AUGUST PICKING UP


CHILDISH THINGS Sculptures and drawings by Rebecca Edelmann, on the playroom and childhood notions of religion, mortality and fear. The Parlour Showrooms (rebecca-edelmann.co.uk)


n Quentin Williams at The Guild Gallery, 10-31 August


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