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Cornerhouse is Manchester's international centre for contemporary visual arts and film.
Located in the heart of the city and open seven days a week, Cornerhouse has 3 floors of contemporary art galleries, 3 screens showing the best of independent cinema, a bar, café and a bookshop. Cornerhouse Publications is an international distribution service for contemporary visual arts books and catalogues.
Cornerhouse's patrons are: Danny Boyle, Damien Hirst and Helen Mirren.
Tuesday - Saturday 12:00-20:00, Sunday 12:00-18:00
World Cultures, Social History, Photography, Fine Art, Film and Media, Design, Decorative and Applied Art
Jamie Shovlin: Hiker Meat
- 18 January — 21 April 2014 *on now
An exploitation film that never actually existed is being ‘remade’ for a new exhibition at Cornerhouse - the biggest to date by conceptual artist Jamie Shovlin. The movie Hiker Meat, and its 1970s Italian director Jesus Rinzoli, have been imagined by Shovlin to represent an archetype of the exploitation genre, which boomed from the late 1960s to early 1980s.
20 Years of iViva!
- 7 — 23 March 2014 *on now
¡Viva!, Cornerhouse’s annual, internationally acclaimed Spanish & Latin American Film Festival, will return for the 20th time 7 – 23 March 2014. ¡Viva! is the UK’s largest, most popular Spanish & Latin American Film Festival, and its 2014 programme will celebrate the most outstanding contributions in new cinema from a wide spectrum of Spanish- and Catalan-speaking locations.
As always, ¡Viva!’s 20th anniversary programme will feature everything from comedy to horror and blockbusters to indies; with world premieres and significant previews sitting alongside high-calibre features, short films and documentaries. It will welcome inspirational leading figures from the Spanish & Latin American film industry, including directors, actors and film experts, to lead talks, Q&As and workshops.
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Clifford Owens: Better the Rebel You Know
- 10 May — 17 August 2014
The exhibition will include an exclusive UK iteration of Owens’ work Anthology, which debuted in MoMA PS1’s eponymous exhibition in 2011 in New York City. The work originated from a series of 28 performance 'scores': short, diverse sets of instructions (some very specific, others open to interpretation) that Owens solicited from a selection of African American artists, from established to emerging figures.
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