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Djanogly Art Gallery

The Djanogly Art Gallery is nationally renowned for its exhibition programme which ranges from historical shows to groundbreaking contemporary work.

Nottingham

United Kingdom
Address:
Djanogly Art Gallery Lakeside Arts Centre University Park
NG7 2RD
Phone: 01159 513192
Fax: 01158467275
Website: www.lakesidearts.org.uk




Artists Represented

Current artist showing:
Gordon Cheung: Recent Paintings

Saturday 13 January- Sunday 25 February 2007

Epic in scale and content, Gordon Cheung’s landscapes recall variously the apocalyptic visions of John Martin and the timeless floating world of traditional Chinese brush and ink landscapes brought bang up to date with psychedelic spray paint colours, graffiti and collaged Financial Times listings. He paints a flickering liminal world of information overload, where virtual reality merges with the urban landscape and utopian structures buckle and melt in some suggested natural or man-made disaster. This exhibition provides an opportunity to see more work by this exciting young artist whose work featured in the British Art Show 6 exhibition at the Djanogly Art Gallery and across Nottingham in 2006.


Sample Art Work (2)

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Forthcoming Exhibitions

Hetain Patel & Jason Singh: Sine Language
Friday 2 March-Sunday 15 April

Sine Language is a new multi-screen film installation which explores the recovery of displaced Indian heritage through sound and physical interaction. Developed through a collaborative partnership, Sine Language examines how cultural dialogue can emerge from the complex rhythms of drumming, the movement of performed actions and the environment of the gallery space.

Alice Maher: Natural Artifice
Saturday 21 April-Sunday 19 June

Alice Maher emerged in the 1990s as one of Ireland’s leading contemporary artists. This is the first major exhibition of her work in the UK and includes representative pieces in a variety of media including sculpture, installation, drawing and photography. Maher consistently draws upon myths, tales and legends, some of them rooted in her Irish Catholic background whilst others are drawn from classical or medieval sources.


Previous Exhibitions

28 October-19 December 2006
FROM VICTORIAN TO MODERN: Innovation and Tradition in the Work of Vanessa Bell, Gwen John and Laura Knight.

16 September-22 October
DAN HAYS: Impressions of Colorado
A series of large scale paintings inspired by the discovery of some poor quality j-peg images of Rocky Mountain landscapes on a family website by another Dan hays who lives in Blackhawk, Colorado, USA.

1 July-13 August
MAKING JOURNEYS: Ori Gersht, Sunil Gupta, Margareta Kern & Michael Samuels.
Four contemporary international artists explore literal and metaphorical journeys.

22 April-25 June
BRITISH ART SHOW 6
Occuring every five years, BAS6 is one of the most important landmarks in defining current trends and new directions in contemporary British Art.

18 February-9 April
A DAY IN THE SUN: Outdoor Pursuits in the Art of the 1930s.
An exhibition showing the work of a small group of figurative painters in the 1930s who were looking for ways of being both modern and in touch with a wide public.


Art Fairs

LUSTRE CONTEMPORARY CRAFT MAKER'S MARKET

Widely acclaimed in the region as the major highlight in the craft enthusiasts calendar, this event continues to go from strength to strength every year. It takes place in November and last year we welcomed over 40 individual exhibitors and over 3,500 visitor to Lakeside over the Lustre weekend.


Contact-Directors/Staff

Neil Walker- Visual Arts Officer
Shona Powell- Director


Opening Times

Monday-Saturday 11am-5pm
Sunday/Bank Holidays 12 noon-4pm