From July to October 2016 eight contemporary artists living and working in Liverpool exhibited their work at OneFifty for the Liverpool Biennial Fringe – to help celebrate an incredible 150 years of trading of Jackson’s artists’ suppliers.
OneFifty was the smallest gallery of the Fringe. We could be found in the left hand window of R Jackson & Sons, Slater Street Liverpool from 7th July – 16th October 2016.
Click on the images below for names of the artists and to see larger versions of the work exhibited throughout the show:
The group of artists participating in this unique show for the RJS150 anniversary were as follows:
Gabrielle Caul: 7-20 July
Erika Rushton: 21 July-30 August
Patrick O’Rourke: 1-13 August
Lisa Langan: 15-27 August
Mike James: 29 August-10 September
Tony Bishop: 12-24 September
Josh Worrall: 26 September-7 October
John Elcock: 8-15 October
You can read a review of the exhibition on ArtinLiverpool by Patrick Kirk-Smith (Aug 2016).
Check out this affectionate ode to Jackson’s on the Independent Liverpool website (May 2016).
Even better – visit Jackson’s in person and support the shop. Here’s to the next 150 years.