Mrs Rick’s Cupboard is an artist-led project initiated by Craig Fisher that involves asking emerging and established contemporary artists to develop and present artwork in innovative exhibitions and events within an unconventional gallery setting.
The artists exhibiting in the gallery will have to respond to the unique demands of the space.
‘Mrs Ricks Cupboard, 2000 made by Mr Hopgood’ is a walk-in cupboard that measures, 152cm x 126cm x 244cm and is located within Craig Fisher and Debra Swann’s current studio space in Primary, Nottingham. The cupboard is an original fixture in the space, the former Douglas Primary School in Nottingham.
The gallery will programme around 4 exhibitions each year and the gallery will be open each Friday between 12 – 4pm which will coincide with one of Craig Fisher’s studio days or by appointment only.