Camille Smithwick is an artist and illustrator who enjoys playing with truth and perception, and is attracted to paradoxes, misunderstandings and laughter. Her playful artwork makes a visit to Home Gallery this summer a fun family event.
Camille Smithwick presents a series of drawings and portraits exploring the mysterious life of Kaspar Hauser, the teenage foundling who mysteriously appeared in Nuremberg in 1828. Allegedly having been held captive in a cell by a mysterious man whose face he never saw, rumours abound about his true origin, including theories of aristocratic descent.
WHEN: Friday 6th of July, 2018
WHERE: HOME, 2 Tony Wilson Place, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M15 4FN
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For nine weeks from 23rd July 23rd September, over 100 giant bee sculptures will create a city-wide, experiential art trial that will bring together businesses, local schools and communities to celebrate Manchesters heritage and culture.
27 Jul - 21 Sept
Event times and venues are subject to change. Please check with the event coordinators for updated information.