Offside: Contemporary Artists and Football

Soundings - ISSN 1362-6620
Volume 1996 Number 3

Offside: Contemporary Artists and Football
John Gill, Nick Hallam pages -


As this year’s European Football Championship reaches fever pitch throughout the summer (the first international football competition to be held in this country for thirty years), an exhibition at Manchester City Art Galleries, working in collaboration with the Institute of International Visual Arts, provides an intriguing counterpoint to the competition. Offside! Contemporary Artists and Football presents us with thirteen international artists working in a range of media

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