Richard Billingham creates a sense of unease with his close up images of animals in their enclosures.
Come and see this haunting exhibition, which was produced by artist Vanley Burke as a response to the 200th anniversary of the abolition of the transatlantic Slave Trade.
With masterful minutia, Andrew Bracey gives his tiny painted animals the freedom of the gallery.
Rachel Garfield plays with the viewer’s expectations and challenges stereotypes in this potent video work. Part of the Black History Month programme.
Many of the works featured in this exhibition were produced in 1987 following a visit to Belfast to document a personal view of the Orange Day parades.
Pop in during January for a final chance to see the second in the planned Pop exhibitions, which explores the turbulent world of politics during the 1960s.
The Fever is a short, comic mystery film, with a funny floral twist.
Award winning artist Cao Guimaraes blurs the boundaries between reality, documentation,cinema and art.
Simon Denison’s photography celebrates the way man’s touch can work with nature to create a heightened, yet accidental, beauty.
Prominent Korean artist Choi Jeong Hwa brings his unique style of bright dynamic pop art to Wolverhampton.