In this fascinating exhibition at Manchester Central Library, artist Richard Bartle explores in minute detail the customs and icons of major world religions and belief systems.
Manifested in a series of 12 scale modelled garden sheds, the work reduces the usually grand architecture of churches and temples into more private spaces of worship. Viewers are invited to make their own minds up about the question of what it is to have faith, and the differences and similarities between differing belief systems.
Watch a video showcasing Richards brilliant work and what inspired him to create it.
You can also read more and find out what else is on at Central Library over the summer at LibraryLive.
The exhibition is free and runs until 23 September 2017
Monday to Thursday 9am – 8pm; Fri & Sat 9am – 5pm (excluding Bank Holidays).