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A major exhibition by one of India’s foremost contemporary artists.
The widely acclaimed Subodh Gupta works across painting, sculpture and installation, transforming everyday materials of Indian life into pieces of often spectacular art. He seeks not only to reflect upon his country’s economic transformation, but also to encourage viewers to question the material, cultural and spiritual values attributed to the objects that he uses.
“My themes are universal,” explains the 52-year-old Indian artist, “and this is despite the fact that my references may be termed ‘Indian village traditions’, such as the importance of food and the usage of cow dung. The paradoxes of our life are there for all to see in my art’s combination of local and global languages.”
Mon - Sat 12pm - 9pm
Sculptor Michael Shaw offers audiences the possibility to engage with dynamic contemporary sculpture that puts a smile on the face.
An exhibition exploring 250 years of Shakespeare and political cartoons.
Marjorie Bell (1890-1962) traveled around Japan with her mother and cousin. During their two month journey they took photographs and wrote...