TheGallery showcases work from contemporary artists and designers, including collections on loan from major galleries and museums, as well as individual exhibitions by some of today’s leading national and international artists.
This year’s exciting new programme will include artists such as Mariele Neudecker, Photography Alumnus Giles Duley and a national exhibition of the work of the artist Patrick Proctor curated by Dr. Ian Massey.
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 events to support the exhibition programme.
Take a look below to see more information about the exhibition itself, the programme of supporting events and details of other upcoming exhibitions.
Plastic things are all around you but how much do you notice them? Plastic Vanitas 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...
Forms part of Bournemouth Arts Festival by the Sea Opening Weekend. Sian Hutchings is a fine artist who uses sound as a medium, currently focusing on Posthumanism and the development of the human condition.
The Panel will discuss the ideas explored in the exhibition ‘A Stitch in line’, to include a number of industry professionals and the curators of the exhibition. Chaired by Professor Emma Hunt, Deputy Vice Chancellor.
This exhibition takes place at The Redfern Gallery, London. Taking its title from a painting by Patrick Procktor, this group show of paintings, drawings, photographs and prints is formed of both historical and contemporary artefacts, dating from the...
A hands-on living exhibition celebrating 37 years of pioneering multi-media work featuring such wonders as the seven-foot tall white rabbit, the teenage brontosaurus skeleton and a life-size animated unicorn.
TheGallery presents ‘Chine’, a body of work from MA Photography graduate Christopher Allen. This body of work from Allen’s final MA project is a series of large, verdant, picturesque images of a number of the chines here in Dorset.