Sardul Gill and Gurminder Sikand
Sept 24 – October 20

Two-person show by members of the Asian Artists Group
Sardul Gill and Gurminder Sikand first met in the early 1980's. Together with Said Adrus, as the Asian Artists Group, the three collaborated on many group shows, both in Nottingham and London. This exhibition at Harrington Mill marks the coming together of the two members of the group who still live and work in Nottingham. During the interval both artists have continued to exhibit locally, regionally and internationally.

Sardul Gill

Sardul Gill has shown his work at Nottingham's New Art Exchange a number of times. He was a winner of the New Art Exchange prize at the Nottingham Castle Open in 2014. His work has been included in several group shows including the exhibition titled “Influences” at the New Walk Museum and Art Gallery, Leicester. He is also a prominent member of the Quarrylab, a rural based arts development project led by Roy Pickering. Sardul's work, which explores the synergies between art and science, is currently on display in an exhibition titled “Impossible Views” at The British Geological Survey in Keyworth.

Gurminder Sikand

Gurminder Sikand's work has been included in prominent Black art shows including 'Black Art - Plotting the Course' and 'Let the canvas come to light with dark faces' - both organised by Eddy Chambers. She was included in the survey exhibition, 'Transforming the Crown: Asian and Caribbean Artists in Britain, 1966-96'. Her work is represented in the arts council collection and has been purchased by many galleries and museums, including Nottingham Castle.

Locally, Gurminder has had solo shows at the Djanogly Gallery, New Art Exchange, and the Castle. She is a member of Wollaton Street Studios.