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Art galleries to visit not in london

Discussion in 'Art and design' started by Stripeysocks, Feb 23, 2011.

  1. Stripeysocks

    Stripeysocks New commenter

    We need to take our gcse class to visit an art gallery for their exam research. Where could we go that is not in London. We are in Wales. Thanks!
     
  2. Stripeysocks

    Stripeysocks New commenter

    We need to take our gcse class to visit an art gallery for their exam research. Where could we go that is not in London. We are in Wales. Thanks!
     
  3. Hi, why dont you visit Manchester Art Galleries: Manchester City Art Gallery, The Whitworth, The Lowry and end up at The Trafford Centre for a spot of shopping. Our College had very successful visits there in Oct 2010 and each year for the last 3! regards, Toodlesg
     
  4. Kettles Yard in Cambridge is fantastic! It could be a way away for you though!
    But if you went there you could also go to the Fitzwilliam Museum, Botanical Gardens? Hope this helps a little.
    Also where I live, in Norwich, we have the Sainsbury Centre, but again MILES away from you :)

    What about Tate St Ives?
     
  5. <table cellpadding="7" cellspacing="0"><tr><td colspan="2">Anish Kapoor
    Flashback

    From the Arts Council Collection
    5 March &mdash; 5 June
    Free </h2>Manchester Art Gallery is the launch venue for this major new exhibition of Anish Kapoor&rsquo;s work, a Hayward touring exhibition on show here first before touring the UK.
    The internationally renowned artist, who had a huge hit with his work at the Royal Academy last year, is known for his striking sculptures made from pigment, stone, polished stainless steel and wax.
    Flashback reveals the colour at the heart of Kapoor's work, from his small scale, bright pigment works to the absence of colour in his large mirrored pieces.
    See early works, recent pieces lent by the artist, and sculptures on loan from UK collections and the Arts Council Collection.
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