Installation of Andre Stitt's Black Mountain High at Northern Ireland's top dental practice: Gentle Dental Care, 58 Lisburn Road, Belfast. Special thanks to Directors Adam and Lucy Jaffa for finding such a great position for this epic painting.
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Established as a direct reaction to the conservatively-safe nature of the artworks selling in the Northern Ireland art market, The Warning Art Gallery presents challenging and provocative art of high conceptual and aesthetic merit. We model our gallery on the contemporary trends in London, Berlin and New York.
The core aim of the gallery is to present art that reflects and interrogates aspects of 21st century life, through all of its hopes and fears. It offers a platform to explore concepts that operate at the heart of society and in the darkest recesses of the mind. Simultaneously frightening and joyful, shallow and deep, beautiful and ugly, erotic and sexless, truthful and dishonest, spiritual and godless, the paradoxes and contradictions of contemporary life offer an extremely rich terrain for exploration.
The Warning Art Gallery seeks to actively tackle narrow-minded cultural and institutional conditioning and we deliberately introduce alternative perspectives to challenge the visitor's gallery experience.
The first exhibition will be launched at the Crescent Arts Centre, Belfast, on Friday 25 May 2012, 6-8pm. It is strictly limited to over 18s only. For further information please visit www.warningart.com or contact Gallery Director Brian Nixon firstname.lastname@example.org