Between Us: Biennial Conversations 

Between Us: Biennial Conversations 
September 12, 2019 amanda

Amanda Ansell will be exhibiting in two locations this autumn as part of the ongoing dialogue between artists from China and Britain. Between Us: Biennial Conversations and Exchanges is the second part of a new Sino-UK Biennial of contemporary visual artists and project, ‘Where Suns Rise’.  The inaugural exhibition took place in Yantai in September 2018.

The project supports long term exchange between two visual art communities on two very different continents. It brings together contemporary visual artists in particular connecting the geographies of East of England with Yantai, Shandong province on the East Coast of China.  This year in 2019, the exhibition is presented concurrently in both Ipswich and Great Yarmouth and presents the work of almost 50 artists.

Exhibiting Artists:
UK
Amanda Ansell Annabel Dover Ben Coode-Adams Bridget Heriz Bruer Tidman Chris Dobrowolski Claudia Boese Daniel Morphy Diane Howse Freddie Robins Jack Crampton Jane Lewis Jenny Eden John Kiki Judith Tucker Karen Densham Katarzyna Coleman Linda Theophilus Robert Priseman Ruth Philo Simon Carter Stuart Bowditch Susan Gunn Thomas Robinson
China
An Xiaotong Chen Yu Cong Ruri Dong Guihan Du Xiaotong Feng Weina Jiang Yongan Jing Yuchao Liu Xizi Peng Zanbin Shao Changzong Shi Pengfui Sun Ying Wang Lijun Wang Min Wang Wen Wang Yongguo Xin Guowei Xu Xuejie Yang Cheng Yang Wan Zhang Lei Zhang Lingyun Zhao Lantao

The exhibition is a Yantai Art Museum, China initiative with Original Projects Great Yarmouth and University of Suffolk, Ipswich, UK.

Great Yarmouth
Ex Marks the Spot. 3-7 King Street, Great Yarmouth. NR30 2NF
Thursday 18 September – Sunday 29th September 2019
Exhibition open: 12noon – 6pm | Thursday – Saturday

Ipswich
University of Suffolk Waterfront Building, 19 Neptune Quay, Ipswich. IP4 1QJ
Thursday 18 September – Sunday 29th September 2019
Exhibition Open: 9am-4pm Monday – Friday | 10am – 4pm Weekends

Where Suns Rise – 25 September – 12 October 2018