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Artist In-Conversation: Leo Fitzmaurice with Paul Carey-Kent

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Join curator and writer Paul Carey-Kent and artist Leo Fitzmaurice as they discuss Enjoy Civic Life

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Join curator and writer Paul Carey-Kent and artist Leo Fitzmaurice as they discuss the artist's latest body of work for Humber Street Gallery, Enjoy Civic Life.

Enjoy Civic Life is a newly commissioned collection of work taking inspiration from a collection of mounted plaques on display in Hull’s Guildhall, which have been produced by local company GK Beaulah & Co Ltd since 1939. Teaming up with the latter and sign makers John E Wright, Fitzmaurice will explore our relationship with branding, identity, architecture, and the history of objects.

This event will now take place in-person at Humber Street Gallery.

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Humber Street Gallery has established itself as one of Hull’s most significant contemporary art spaces since opening at the beginning of the UK City of Culture celebrations in 2017.

The Arts Council has committed to continue investment in Hull’s cultural ambitions to help sustain a legacy from UK City of Culture and as a reflection of Humber Street Gallery’s major success in its initial year which saw over 150,000 people attend its exhibitions has been awarded Art Council of England Funding and the National Lottery Project Award for programming in 18/19.

Humber Street Gallery is dedicated to working towards further establishing itself as a major contemporary art space of regional, national and international importance in an effort to further strengthen Hulls flourishing cultural offer and continue bringing high quality visual arts to the city and the rest of the UK.

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