Virtually Visit Us
You can virtually walk around our past exhibitions. We've worked with V21 Artspace to document our shows, and give visitors a new experience of our galleries. Take a look around these shows, below.
Denzil Forrester, Sung Tieu & Diane Simpson
Feb 2020 – Aug 2020
Denzil Forrester’s colourful large-scale paintings illustrate the nightclubs of 1980s London and present-day Jamaica. Diane Simpson’s sculptures span her 40-year practice and are inspired by the history of clothing and architecture. Sung Tieu explores sound as a weapon, using sound, texts, sculptures and architectural interventions.
Still Undead: Popular Culture in Britain Beyond the Bauhaus
Sep 2019 – Sun 12 Jan 2020
Explores how the Bauhaus school’s ideas lived on in Britain, via pop culture and art schools. Encompassing performance, club culture, publishing and commercial design, the exhibition spans the 1920s to the 90s. It features the work of some 50 artists, designers and musicians, which stretch from Vidal Sassoon’s hairstyles to the title sequences of James Bond films, and beyond.
25 May 2019 – 1 Sep 2019
Explore the first-ever survey of the pioneering experimental filmmaker, Lis Rhodes, spanning almost 50 years of work.
Elizabeth Price: FELT TIP
16 Feb 2019 – 6 May 2019
Our exhibition by Turner Prize winning artist, Elizabeth Price, featured two new large-scale video installations, pinhole photography, architectural and sculptural installations, and VR technology.
Daniel Steegmann Mangrané: The Word for World is Forest
16 Feb 2019 – 6 May 2019
Take another look at our exhibition by Rio-based Catalan artist, Daniel Steegmann Mangrané, looking at how diverse mediums and technologies can represent aspects of the Mata Atlântica. The exhibition featured a new immersive installation, architectural interventions, a 16mm film and a virtual reality work.
Still I Rise: Feminisms, Gender, Resistance, Act 1
27 Oct 2018 – 27 Jan 2019
With over 100 exhibits by some 40 practitioners, Still I Rise explored a global history of resistance movements through a gendered perspective. It presented the way in which resistance has been approached by visual artists, writers, architects, designers, activists, working as individuals or in groups.
Linder: The House of Fame
24 Mar 2018 – 24 Jun 2018
Conceived in collaboration with Linder, The House of Fame was part retrospective of the influential British artist and musician’s work, and part constallation of her influences featuring 200 works by some 30 artists. Emerging from the Manchester punk and post-punk scenes in the 1970s, Linders art focuses on questions of gender, commodity and display.