Friday, 13 March 2015

Victoria Art Gallery - Intimate Relations Plus the Human Clay



Although it would be great if VAG could remain free, there is a charge of £3.50 to see exhibitions in the main gallery on the ground floor, for £10, an annual pass allows you to see these exhibitions:

‘Beryl Cook (1926-2008): Intimate Relations’, 7 March – 6 May, a show to tickle everyone’s ribs, sourced from the estate of this former Bristolian;
·       Bath Society of Artists: 110th Annual Open Exhibition, 16 May – 27 June, featuring over 300 paintings and sculptures by the region’s leading artists.
·       Jane Austen’s Bath, 4 July – 4 October, a multimedia feast for the eyes recreating Bath as Jane Austen would have experienced it.
·       Kurt Jackson: Place, 10 October – 3 January 2016, uniting painting and literature by allowing 32 writers to choose their favourite places in the UK, from Glastonbury to the Hebrides, which the artist then visited to create paintings and sculptures.
·       Grayson Perry: ‘The Vanity of Small Differences’ suite of large tapestries inspired by Hogarth’s A Rake’s Progress, 9 January – 10 April 2016

 Visitors to the 'Intimate Relations' exhibition can also compare Beryl Cook's take on life with that  of LS Lowry, Julian Trevelyan, Cecil Collins, Mark Gertler and many others on the first floor gallery.

 
Please visit their website www.victoriagal.org.uk for further news.

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