An avant garde performance art show in Coventry?
What if we’re talking about the city’s own Coventry Art Museum?
The answer is to use a new gallery on site at Coventry’s Art Gallery of Wales.
It’s called Puppet Show and will run from April 6 to 21, featuring a vulture painting by Rolando Martins (left), Coventry Art Gallery’s Rafael López, Sally McAlpine (right), Dylan Warkent, and Raphael Sánchez.
They’ll be selling paintings by Piguel Paz, Luis Gómez, Josef Moya, Klaus Wiesmann, Dorothy Cuthbertson, Nicolas Toth and Pauline Cuthbert, as well as prints, prints and more prints by and, the gallery is open from April 11 until April 18.
“Puppet Shows are really the answer to Coventry,” said Richard O’Brien, the director of Coventry Arts Centre.
“We’ve been looking at this as a venue for a long time and now it’s happening.
We want Coventry to be a hub for creativity and art, and this will make that possible.”
It will be a unique event that will showcase some of the citys most iconic artists and will allow Coventryians to get involved in a world-class arts and performance space.”
When we started planning this we were initially going to have puppets but they weren’t ready yet, so we’ve decided to make it a full-blown show. “
Puppets have a lot to do with the story of Covidien’s art, as well as the story behind it.
When we started planning this we were initially going to have puppets but they weren’t ready yet, so we’ve decided to make it a full-blown show.
There are plenty of things to look forward to as well.”
I can’t wait to see what people are talking about when they get to see it.
It’s a new exhibition, but it’s still going to be something that’s going to give a big splash to Covidians cultural life.”
Puppeteers are a huge draw for Covidietarts and the city.
In February 2016, Covidiothes Culture City was the first place in the world to host a puppetry festival.
Podcasts are now also being broadcast live in Covidiantart’s new gallery. “
I think it’s a great venue for the exhibition and to promote the work of some of Covdien’s greatest artists,” said Richard.
Podcasts are now also being broadcast live in Covidiantart’s new gallery.
“They are something you need to catch up on when you are away from home.
We want people to experience what Covident is like and to get to know Covidie art,” said Mr O’Briens.
Theatre of Covidia is also planning a show for April 18, but there are no details yet.