Argentea Gallery Exhibit “A Thousand Fallen Blossoms” by Aliki Braine

Eagerly anticipated after its postponement in 2020, Argentea Gallery is launching 2021 with A Thousand Fallen Blossoms by London-based artist Aliki Braine.  Exhibited for the first time, this exhibition brings elements of Japan to Birmingham through a series of uniquely crafted photographs. Inspired by a trip to Tokyo and Kyoto during the Sakura cherry blossom … Read more

Brand New Exhibition JiMs Opens at Odox – 15th Nov.

JiMS is a collaboration between artists Zoe Robertson and Rachael Colley of the newly established HSKTEEMN research centre. Together they actively explore relationships between the body and space in a playful environment, specifically designed for Odox Arts’ project space. This site-specific installation has been created to engage audiences by offering an immersive experience which has … Read more

Vittoria Street Gallery present Space/Craft – 14th October to 1st November

The latest exhibition at Vittoria Street Gallery titled Space|Craft is a solo exhibition by Stephen Bottomley featuring new and previously existing work which will be on display from Monday 14th October to Friday 1st November. The show aims to capture material fragments and visual elements as a timeline or trail. Inspired by how ancient techniques can … Read more

FLUX Exhibition Opens at Vittoria Street Gallery 29 April

Flux, an exhibition showcasing jewellery and artefacts created by the current cohort of Artists in Residence at the School of Jewellery, will be showing at The Vittoria Street Gallery from Monday 29 April to Friday 10 May. Flux, in jewellery terms, is commonly understood as the substance used in soldering and brazing processes. It is … Read more

Unique and controversial art collection to open in the Jewellery Quarter

A unique and controversial new art collection containing human remains will launch in the Jewellery Quarter on Thursday 18th May. Presented by local gallery Turner Fine Arts, ‘Here Lies’ is the first collection by London-based artist Kieran Crowder, which incorporates ashes liberated from a crematorium the artist worked at when he was a teenager. The anonymous … Read more

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