Njörðr

Njörðr
Saturday, June 25, 2016 to Saturday, September 10, 2016

Sunderland-born Tim Brennan creates both painterly poems and poetic images.

His work reflects on what it means to have a ‘sense of place’ in the most profound ways – to be a part of a shared political history with others and to ‘see the world’ in a particular way. Similarly, Brennan’s magnificent landscape photographs reveal the colours of light all around us at 55’ north. They are taken on the simplest of devices – an ordinary mobile phone – but provide glimpses into what we ordinarily lose sight of.

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L.S. Lowry spent his holidays in Sunderland at Seaburn, painting scenes of the coast, port and coal mines. The city is the home to one of the best collections of L.S. Lowry paintings in England.

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