15 March 2017

Victor Pasmore and British Constructivism Explored In New Pallant House Exhibitions

A new exhibition at Pallant House Gallery is presenting a major study of the work of the British artist Victor Pasmore (1908 – 1998).

19 September 2016

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Notorious Colony Room Featured In New Pallant House Gallery Exhibition

The Colony Room: Masterpieces from Pallant House Gallery, is a major new exhibition, chronicling the life and times of the legendary Colony Room, haunt for artists, musicians, and street-life. It is to be held at Bonhams in London from 2 to 11 October over the Frieze Week period. The show will try and tell the story […]

15 April 2016

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First Rate Edgar Degas Drawing Donated Under Acceptance in Lieu scheme

An important drawing by the French Impressionist painter Edgar Degas has been donated to the nation under the Acceptance in Lieu scheme, overseen by the Arts Council. The drawing, which has never been on public view, has been allocated to Pallant House Gallery and will be on display at the Gallery until August 2016. Edward Harley, Chairman of the Acceptance in Lieu Panel said: “The Acceptance […]

10 November 2014

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British Artists And The Spanish Civil War Examined In New Exhibition

The first major exhibition to examine the response of British visual artists to the Spanish Civil War is to take place from 8 November at Pallant House Gallery. The Spanish Civil War (1936  – 1939) was one of the most significant conflicts of the twentieth century. It was    fought between the democratically-elected Spanish Republic and […]

10 June 2012

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Peter Blake At 80 Major New Pallant House Exhibition

A major new exhibition of  the works of Sir Peter Blake, the godfather of British Pop Art, to celebrate his 80th birthday is to open from 23 June to 7 October at Pallant House Gallery, Chichester. Peter Blake and Pop Music explores the artist’s close links with popular music since the 1950s. Not only has […]