The Cornerstone Gallery is located in and above the large main entrance to Liverpool Hope University’s city centre arts campus, The Cornerstone. The philosophy of the Gallery is to act as a platform to exhibit nationally and internationally established artists alongside new and emerging visual practitioners; to provide insights into artistic practice and process at differing stages of development.
The curatorial approach is designed to engage and promote discussion within the wider cultural life of the city and contribute pedagogically to visual and contextual studies for students. The Gallery aims to inform, stimulate and challenge.
Exhibitions have included work by Adrian Henri, Stuart Sutcliffe, Paula Rego, Eileen Cooper, Alan Davie, Terry Duffy, Martin Greenland, Lisa Milroy, John Hoyland, prisoners in HMP Liverpool and that of newly emergent artists.
Artists and curators are always welcome to submit new and interesting proposals.
Tinderbox, an exhibition of collages by artist John Bunker, will go on display at the Cornerstone Gallery later this month.
The pieces will be available to view from Monday 28th September until Monday 2nd November, with a private viewing held on Saturday 10th October.
Installation of Tinderbox will coincide with the start of Liverpool Hope University’s Advent Term.
John Bunker’s previous work includes As Wide As A Door Is Open: Material Images, Six Fugues: New Collages, and Snake Charmers and Rope Burns.
Gallery Opening Hours: 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday. Free Admission (On weekends, inform Main Lodge on entry to Campus)
T: 0151 291 3997