‘Lost Alice’, the new collection from surrealist artist Peter Smith celebrating 150 years of Alice in Wonderland, will launch at Castle Fine Art, Exeter today.
Dan Lane, a.k.a. Mechanica, an assemblage artist who uses pieces of machinery to create spectacular sculptures, will be showcasing his works at an Exeter gallery next month.
Visitors to a new exhibition opening at The Lowry next month will be able to interact with works of art by internationally renowned artists – including a tantalising pyramid of 5,800 oranges.
In commemoration of the 800th anniversary of Magna Carta, Arundel Castle in West Sussex is to host a small exhibition exploring the role that the charter has played throughout its history.
The Broadchurch exhibition in West Bay is in the final stages. The Jurassic Art Trail around West Bay harbour was installed earlier this week.
Paul Carter’s practice investigates aspects of the built environment and architectural structure through sculptural assemblage and immersive installation.
The first major exhibition dedicated to Devon-based artist Benedict Rubbra’s search for a harmonious relationship between form, colour and light is at Exeter’s Royal Albert Memorial Museum.
An exhibition of new paintings and drawings by Borough Road Gallery’s first Artist in Residence, Susan Sluglett, alongside works by members of the Borough Group from A David Bomberg Legacy – The Sarah Rose Collection, is taking place at the Borough Road Gallery, London.
Soil Culture: Dig It has launches at Plymouth University. The exhibition is part of a three-year programme of cultural events across the South West region that encourages visitors to look beyond the surface of earth, mud, dirt and grit to find its underlying beauty and purpose in our existence.
The Live Make exhibition at The Gallery, Plymouth College of Art sees artists who explore domestic, semi-private and public environments.
There’s something visceral about print, combining the intellectual and technical to create something which inspires a deeply emotional response. The vibrant White Moose Gallery in Barnstaple, Devon, has curated its Five Women Printmakers show, highlighting the variety, vitality and versatility of print to tell any story and highlight any theme.
An interactive exhibition is coming to Thelma Hulbert Gallery (THG), Honiton, Devon, which promises to stimulate both the visual and auditory senses of visitors.
It’s a work that dates back to 2008, but Mike Ricketts‘ Amethyst could be a telling signpost to his exhibition at the Exeter Phoenix.
‘I am interested in the ambiguity of the painted image,’ says Nicholas Dietrich on his website. His paintings will be on show at the Exeter Phoenix Cafe Bar Gallery.
Gideon Mendel‘s Drowning World is an art and advocacy project about flooding that is his personal response to climate change.
Plymouth University arty MA students (that’s Arts Faculty MA students) are showing their work in Flow at The Peninsual Arts Gallery at Plymouth University’s Levinsky Building.
The PIGDOGANDMONKEYFESTOS has rounded up more than 50 renowned artists to ‘explore contemporary artists’ manifestos and works inspired by the manifesto format’, and it’s coming to the Exeter Phoenix.
Karl Blossfeldt: Art Forms in Nature is a Hayward Touring exhibition which presents an original portfolio of 40 photogravures from 1932, entitled Wundergarten der Natur, edited by the artist and published in the year of his death. The exhibition, which is calling into Honiton’s Thelma Hulbert Gallery, presents an opportunity to witness an exemplary set of Blossfeldt’s signature close-up images of plants and flora.
The first UK exhibition for Chicago-born artist, Ed Paschke (1939-2004), will be at the Ashmolean Museum.
Harbour House in Kingsbridge is challenging local artists to produce new work for an Open Art Exhibition in the spring. The title of the show is Devon: A Contemporary View.