This exhibition in the Hire Space juxtaposes two distinct yet sympathetic approaches to making art.
This powerful and emotive exhibition by official war artist and Turner Prize winner Steve McQueen, is part of a collaboration with 155 families whose loved ones have lost their lives in Iraq.
Taking paper as a starting point this exhibition takes visitors on an inspiring visual journey looking at historical and contemporary artworks.
His small but detailed drawings capture the memories and intervals of fleeting moments in time.
Rhubarb-Rhubarb has partnered with Arts Council West Midlands, Genesis Imaging and Wolverhampton Art Gallery to showcase a display of the best contemporary photographic talent in the UK.
With this latest collection of images, Sean is working on the evocative and transformative power of light.
This stunning new photography exhibition provides visitors with a secret glimpse behind the scenes of a Ministry of Defence emergency environment.
A public mapping project by artist and researcher Kathrin B?hm.
Harold Offeh’s films explore racial divisions created in society that promote an ‘ideal’ existence.
Wolverhampton Art Gallery has one of the best collections of contemporary art in the region, see recent additions on display which explore the theme of identity.