An exhibition of photography and film by Iraqi artist Jamal Penjweny that reflects on everyday life in Iraq today.
A new commission of Simon Carter’s artworks inspired by Constable’s painting ‘Wivenhoe Park’ 1816, will be on display at Art Exchange to mark the start of the University of Essex’s 50th anniversary celebrations.
Regina José Galindo stands naked in a field while a JCB excavates a trench around her.
From 1964 “Something Fierce” emerged in Essex – a new University determined to look to the …
Mankind has depended on plants since the dawn of time. In an exhibition that has grown out …
MA students from the Centre for Curatorial Studies at the University of Essex present My Fiction …
“Of all the arts, cartoons stand on the front line between dictators.” Ali Ferzat
An exhibition of new work by Joe King and Rosie Pedlow made in response to walks down a street close to their home.
An extraordinary trilogy of short films by Israeli artist Yael Bartana, that revolve around the activities of a political group that calls for the return of 3,300,000 Jews to the land of their forefathers.
Best known as an icon of the 20th century, Lee Miller was also a photographic journalist during WWII.