Posters produced by the Chinese Communist Party to present ideological visions of society to the masses.
A powerful exhibition that commemorates British service men and women who have been killed in Iraq.
Mexican artist Florencia Guillen has been invited to be our artist in residence, developing two projects on …
An exhibition exploring mobility, migration and the journeys people make around the world – by choice, chance or forced exile.
An exhibition of Chris Dobrowolski’s extraordinary experience of going south.
Often described as a painter’s painter, Simon Carter tells us he “uses the landscape to think with” as he builds up layer upon layer of paint on canvas.
Yvonne Buchheim approached people and asked them to sing a song of their choice, unprepared, on the spot.
Melanie Jackson traces links between the economy, science, aesthetics and plant forms.
Strangelight’s starting point is the tale of a winter’s night in 1980, when US servicemen witnessed ‘unexplained lights’ in Rendlesham Forest, Suffolk.
Intimate Bureaucracies: Art and the Mail This exhibition investigates how artworks accumulate meaning while in transit. Intimate …