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GV Art represents a broad community of established and emerging artists. Working in a variety of disciplines, this diverse group share a common artistic and emotional vocabulary which is in sympathy with and helps mould the gallery’s sensibility. Defined by neither ideology nor fashion, it demands only tolerance for the individual voice, interconnectivity between man and environment and fresh approaches to our understanding of the human condition.
Tues - Fri 11.00-18.00
Closed: Sun & Mon
- 25 April — 31 May 2014
A follow-up to 2011’s Beyond Horizons, this new exhibition focuses on two key elements of Heathcote’s work: his treatment of figuration and abstraction in canvases, etchings and pencil studies throughout his 60-year career. The exhibition will also include new abstract paintings and Heathcote’s 1978 film, Hausa Art in Northern Nigeria.
- Any age
- 6 — 28 June 2014
Broad Vision presents an exhibition of imagined futures and possible human evolutions.
Integrating art and science, Future Human plays with the possible, the probable and the implausible through a collection of interdisciplinary artworks, experiments and speculative designs. The exhibition invites you to imagine a future where humans have evolved to survive a dark earth; where disabilities are seen as abilities; where we create energy rather than consume it; and where the city is beyond recognition. All accompanied by an interdisciplinary events programme of workshops and talks.