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Jose Nieves is interested in the way the imagination can transform and deceive and also how information can be presented to mislead and misinform.

View exhibitions:

The 2012 20:20 Exchange (touring 2013)

Details of forthcoming venues and dates are yet to be finalized within each workshop’s exhibition schedules - please visit for details.

On show in Bolton for two months up to late February 2013, followed by Castleford, Liverpool, West Yorkshire, Hereford and Edinburgh. For those who took part in the 20:20 Print Exchange in 2012 the work has now come down from the neo:gallery in Bolton where it was on show for 2 months, and then showed at 137 Carlton Street, Castleford, WF10 1EF in Wakefield. This was organized by The Art House in Wakefield as part of the initiative ‘Sites in Sight: Art for the Quiet Times, which seeks to animate vacant spaces across the Wakefield district, whilst providing artists with an opportunity to have art work seen and to meet Wakefield district’s residents.’


The Red Hot Press "Lost Star" exhibition

This exhibition commemorated the sinking of the Titanic, which left Southampton on her maiden and only voyage in April 1912. It was on show at The Concourse Gallery of Southampton Solent University, Michael Andrews Building, East Park Terrace, Southampton, Hampshire SO14 0YN, continuing until 22nd May 2012. and in The Link Gallery at the University of Winchester 11 June - 23 July 2012.