A new commission for the Contemporary Gallery inspired by Wolverhampton and the Black Country region.
The BP Portrait Award 2008 is the most prestigious portrait competition in the world, promoting the very best in contemporary portrait painting.
Discover how British and American Pop artists responded to the increase in consumerism during the 1950s and 60s.
John Duncan presents a new body of photography looking at the practice of bonfire building and effigy burning still carried out in republican or unionist communities in Northern Ireland.
Vision space will show this film inspired by the 1950s Sci-Fi film called ‘The Golden Man’.
Last chance to see the best artistic talent emerging from the region in Open 2008, closing this Saturday.
This exhibition presents beautiful paintings from Victorian artists, showing various events from British and European history.
Listen out in June and July for an exciting and unusual new art work in the gallery.
The Rubbish Dump by George Warner Allen is an impressive Black Country alterpiece on show here for the first time.
See this impressive hyper-real hand drawn animation that explores differences between new and old cultures…