North Norfolk Exhibition Project annual exhibition (formerly Cley) Wighton 23 Cycle 6 July to 6 August 2023
The Project’s annual Summer Exhibition of Contemporary Art is back - offering artists with a connection to Norfolk the opportunity to respond to the unique architecture and outside space of our new venue - All Saint’s Church, Wighton in north Norfolk.
The exhibition will include work by contemporary artists from across Norfolk, or those connected to the area.
The curator is Rachel Allen from Mandell’s Gallery and the theme is ‘Cycle’, understood in different ways: • the life cycles of people, plants, places, object • how life cycles involve other cycles of time – a day, a month, seasons, years • how these things can take on new identities and meanings with a new cycle • cycle in its visual form, movement and shape, rhythm and repetition.
The North Norfolk Exhibition Project The North Norfolk Exhibition Project (NNEP) promotes the profile of contemporary visual arts in north Norfolk by means of an annual open contemporary art exhibition, previously run in churches in Cley-next-the-Sea and Salthouse over the last two decades. With associated workshops and events, it encourages and extends accessibility and inclusion in the enjoyment and process of contemporary art for all sections of the public. All Saint’s Church Wighton, 26 Kirkgate Lane, Wighton, Near Wells-next-the-Sea, NR23 1PL The North Norfolk Exhibition Project is a registered charity No. 1156869.