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Exhibitions and Events

TheGallery showcases work by contemporary artists and designers from around the world, including collections on loan from major galleries and museums.

It delivers an exciting portfolio of events, international exhibitions, pop-up exhibitions and commissioned projects, building upon the creative collaboration and networking between the Arts University Bournemouth and external venues.  TheGallery is a public gallery for residents and visitors to Bournemouth

Running alongside TheGallery’s main exhibition programme is our Pop-Up Exhibition Programme and Off-Site Arts Programme at WestBeach. TheGallery runs a number of artist talks, panel discussions, family days and other events to support the exhibition programme.

Take a look below to see more information about our programme.

 

From

Music Architecture Poole (MAP)

Exhibition from at TheGallery

MAP 2016 is the fourth iteration of the Music Architecture Poole exhibition featuring work from second year AUB Architecture in the professional curatorial environment of TheGallery.

From

Jerwood Painting Fellows 2016

Exhibition from at TheGallery

7 July – 25 August 2016

TheGallery, AUB

Touring exhibitions

Many of our exhibitions at TheGallery go on to tour in other venues across the country. You can find out more about where the following exhibitions are currently on display below.

One Second Of Light — An exhibition of work by Giles Duley

Exhibition from at Other locations (Touring)

One Second of Light will be touring until August 2016. The exhibition showcases photographs by internationally renowned Photographer Giles Duley, BA (Hons) Commercial Photography Alumnus. It’s not a retrospective, but rather an anthology of...

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Plastic Vanitas – An exhibition of work by Mariele Neudecker: Touring

Exhibition from at Other locations (Touring)

Plastic Vanitas will be touring until 26th November 2016. The exhibition is a series of photographic artworks by Mariele Neudecker that re-presents the collection of the Museum of Design in Plastics (MoDiP) as vanitas still lifes. A text + work...

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