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Castlefield Gallery has announced Inside Out, curated in collaboration with David Maclagan artist, academic and writer; including new and existing work by artists from the UK, South Africa, France, Iran and the USA. Some of these artists for a variety of reasons are thought to be Outsider artists, whilst others may be seen to share methods of approaching their subject matter with this now established part of artistic study.

Marlene Steyn, Moony's Downside (with extra time she could have made side dishes), 2015. A painting that depicts dozens of naked figures conjoined together.

Marlene Steyn, Moony's Downside (with extra time she could have made side dishes), 2015

Castlefield Gallery has announced Inside Out, curated in collaboration with David Maclagan artist, academic and writer; including new and existing work by artists from the UK, South Africa, France, Iran and the USA. Some of these artists for a variety of reasons are thought to be Outsider artists, whilst others may be seen to share methods of approaching their subject matter with this now established part of artistic study.

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Joel Lorand, Father, 2010. A drawing featuring a moon-like face, with a crucified figure underneath. Vein-like tubes emanate outwards.

Joel Lorand, Father, 2010. Courtesy Henry Boxer Gallery.

Castlefield Gallery has announced Inside Out, curated in collaboration with David Maclagan artist, academic and writer; including new and existing work by artists from the UK, South Africa, France, Iran and the USA. Some of these artists for a variety of reasons are thought to be Outsider artists, whilst others may be seen to share methods of approaching their subject matter with this now established part of artistic study.

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Andrea Joyce Heimer, The Rebuild Of My Grandmother's Cabin In Lincoln, Montana, 2015. A colourful piece featuring black figures building a cabin in a very stylised manner.

Andrea Joyce Heimer, The Rebuild Of My Grandmother's Cabin In Lincoln, Montana, 2015.

Castlefield Gallery has announced Inside Out, curated in collaboration with David Maclagan artist, academic and writer; including new and existing work by artists from the UK, South Africa, France, Iran and the USA. Some of these artists for a variety of reasons are thought to be Outsider artists, whilst others may be seen to share methods of approaching their subject matter with this now established part of artistic study.

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