Fabrica is an art gallery in the heart of Brighton town centre, committed to promoting understanding of contemporary visual art and craft. It opened in March 1996 in the redundant Holy Trinity Church with the support of South East Arts, Brighton Borough Council, The Foundation for Sport and the Arts and Chichester Diocese. The original idea grew out of the ambitions of Red Herring Studios, in Hove, to provide access to contemporary visual art.
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A Simple Act of Wonder
- 31 July — 30 September 2020 *on now
A brand new artwork for Fabrica's exhibition space and a public installation in Moulsecoomb and Bevendean, celebrating human connection, inclusivity and our experiences of joy.
The exhibition can be experienced online at asimpleactofwonder.fabrica.org.uk as the gallery is closed due to COVID 19 or visit the work in Moulsecoomb and Bevendean comprising of a massive drawing on the grass on The Avenue and a trail of colourful buildings in the suburbs of Brighton.
Drawing on their love of colour, portraiture, humour and their boundless curiosity about people and the stories they tell, Walter & Zoniel invite us into the lives of others, asking us to examine our attitudes about other people and the mythologies or reputations that stick to some places.
A co-commission between Fabrica and Brighton Festival
- Any age
40 Duke Street
Brighton & Hove