May 4 - Jun 24, 2012
'Always Greener: Views from the Contemporary Countryside' examines the reality that exists behind dreams of ‘a place in the country’. Through painting, drawing, photography, video and sculptural installation, the exhibition challenges modern preconceptions, exploring the countryside as somewhere that is constructed from powerful cultural, economic and political forces - as a place that exists in our imaginations as much as anywhere on the map.
EXHIBITING ARTISTS: Georgina Barney with Alice Carey, Christina Bryant, The Caravan Gallery, Emily Cole, Andrew Cross, Anna Fox, James Ireland, Tim Machin, My Villages
THE POWER OF POSSESSIONS
Sep 10 - 28, 2014
Photographer Carol Hudson explores the history of a life as evidenced in personal possessions.
Sep 10 - Oct 19, 2014
Crafting Narrative explores how contemporary designers and makers use objects as mediums to tell stories. The exhibition will focus on practitioners who challenge and investigate the narrative potential of objects and making to convey and reflect on themes as diverse as history, culture, society and technology. New and commissioned works will be shown alongside film, text and photography, highlighting how objects can be used as affecting and compelling narrative forms. Crafting Narrative is a Crafts Council touring exhibition, guest curated by Onkar Kular.
AN EALING TRILOGY
Oct 4 - 18, 2014
The local unveiling of the film An Ealing Trilogy by Eelyn Lee in collaboration with Brentside High School.