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CURRENT EXHIBITIONS

Here we will list our forthcoming contemporary art exhibitions, pop-ups and events.

 

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In the future we will present virtual exhibitions, with pop-ups at venues in Sussex and London.

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Matt Bodimeade, Nick Bodimeade and Emma Hurst

Matt Bodimeade, Nick Bodimeade and Emma Hurst

South Stoke Idyll - A View from a Barn

Zimmer Stewart Gallery present a unique exhibition and talk at South Stoke in collaboration with The Sussex Snowdrop Trust and farmer, Ryan Haydon. The exhibition will be open daily from 11am to 6pm.

Local artists, Matt and Nick Bodimeade, both of whom worked on the farm as teenagers, and Emma Hurst will be exhibiting in the historic granary barn in the tranquil hamlet of South Stoke which is beyond the Black Rabbit pub, near Arundel. The art is inspired by the stunning landscape created by the need to provide food and now also to conserving the environment.

On Friday 24 May there will be an evening talk by farmer, Ryan Haydon, and artist/agriculturalist/researcher, Adam Stead on ‘Art and Agriculture’ with a panel discussion including artists, Matt and Nick Bodimeade and Emma Hurst. This talk in now sold out.

Then on Sunday 26 May, A chance to view the exhibition with friends and family. Come by foot, bike or car and relax with your own picnic. Sussex Snowdrop Trust will be providing tea. and Edgcumbes coffee and cake for a donation. This will be an opportunity for all to visit South Stoke, see the exhibition and find out more about farming on the Downs.

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From:

23 May 2024

To:

27 May 2024

Private View

23 May 2024 at 6pm

Elizabeth Zeschin and Christopher Marvell

Elizabeth Zeschin and Christopher Marvell

Arundel Gallery Trail and Festival Exhibition at The Crypt Gallery

This year for the Gallery Trail we will exhibit just two artists: photographer, Elizabeth Zeschin and sculptor, Christopher Marvell.

Elizabeth Zeschin uses a hand made, large format camera. The negatives are printed using the 19th century Salted Paper method devised by Henry Fox Talbot. We will show a selection from her Endangered Species series, Parham House series and a series of cyanotypes and monotypes.

Christopher Marvell has exhibited his sculptures throughout the UK, his animal and human forms, he says: "My sculptures have a quiet English based quality of man and nature In the way that we hear countryside through Britton or Vaughan Williams."

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From:

17 August 2024

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26 August 2024

Private View

TBC

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