5 February 2018

Diaspora Pavilion Venice Moves To Wolverhampton For Restaging

Wolverhampton Art Gallery’s first contemporary art exhibition of 2018 is a reconfiguration of the Diaspora Pavilion, which took place in Venice during the 57th Venice Biennale

1 March 2014

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BP Portrait Exhibition Moves To Wolverhampton Art Gallery For Final Stop

Fifty five of the most outstanding and innovative paintings from the BP Portrait Prize, the UK’s most prestigious portrait competition, are to go on display at Wolverhampton Art Gallery from 1 March – 14 June 2014. Nearly 2,000 artists from 77 countries entered the BP Portrait Award 2013, were selected for the exhibition by a […]

4 August 2013

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Ron Mueck Sculptures Emerge In Artist’s Rooms At Wolverhampton Art Gallery

The work of the Australian born sculptor Ron Mueck has been unveiled at the Wolverhampton Art Gallery (20 July – 2 November) as part of ARTIST ROOMS On Tour. The exhibition features a number of works from the ARTIST ROOMS collection, alongside pieces from private collections which are rarely seen in the UK. Ron Mueck’s work […]

13 May 2013

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Gerry Judah Explores The Effects Of Global Climate Change In New Exhibition

A ‘tipping point’ is defined as the level at which the momentum for change becomes unstoppable. This group exhibition centres on global climate change and showcases a range of artistic responses to the environmental and humanitarian issues associated with it, currently and in the future. TIPPING POINT is an exhibition which explores the ways that […]