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PETER LAMB at BALTIC|39, Newcastle Upon-Tyne

PETER LAMB’s work will be included in RIFF/T, a group exhibition about painting, abstraction and representation. The show is organised by BALTIC|39, a cultural hub for contemporary art located in the heart of Newcastle upon-Tyne with a project space programmed by BALTIC. As well as exhibition space, BALTIC|39 is also home to thirty-two artist studios, and is supported by Newcastle City Council and Arts Council England in partnership with BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art and Northumbria University.

Peter Lamb, 'Ice leaning forwards', 2013, digital print on softimage 240, acrylic, powder and spray paint, 250 x 150 cm. Courtesy the Artist and Laurent Delaye Gallery.

Peter Lamb, ‘Ice leaning forwards’, 2013, digital print on softimage 240, acrylic, powder and spray paint, 250 x 150 cm. Courtesy the Artist and Laurent Delaye Gallery.

Divided into two sequential exhibitions, the component parts respectively focus upon the themes of the harmonious RIFF, and the discordant RIFT. Utilising a range of media that references, mimics and pushes both themes specific to painting, and the processes of painting itself, RIFF/T seeks to highlight particular trends, facets and approaches that are important to the medium, now.

Curated by The Hang Gang, the exhibition will run from 12 December 2013 to 2 March 2014. Private View on THURSDAY 12th DECEMBER 2013. Find out more on this exhibition here.

For further information on the artist, please visit Peter Lamb’s artist page.

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