Charlie Meecham

Terence Wright

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    Abstract

    New North celebrates the work of artists living in the north of the British Isles, mostly aged in their thirties and forties. The exhibition can be seen as a part of the public debate about regionalism – the more equal distribution of power and opportunities away from the metropolis to the regions.In the last ten years, in Western Europe and North America, this political regionalism has been echoed in the world of the arts. There has been a growing interest in art produced away from market and media centres for art like New York, Dusseldorf, London or Paris.
    LanguageEnglish
    Title of host publicationThe New North: New Art from the North of Britain
    EditorsLewis Biggs
    Pages44-47
    Publication statusPublished - 1990

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    Art
    Regionalism
    Artist
    British Isles
    Public Debate
    Metropolis
    Dusseldorf
    Distribution of Power

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    Wright, T. (1990). Charlie Meecham. In L. Biggs (Ed.), The New North: New Art from the North of Britain (pp. 44-47)
    Wright, Terence. / Charlie Meecham. The New North: New Art from the North of Britain. editor / Lewis Biggs. 1990. pp. 44-47
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