Amusing and disarming, Doug Fishbone’s Two Video Works showcase his trademark humour.
As part of Fierce festival’s 10th birthday, artists’ group Blast Theory present Day of the Figurines – a role play game with a difference.
Archive of Idolatry is the presentation of the objects and visual tools crafted and used by artist Harminder Singh Judge in some of his recent performances.
Tram Stop by Paul Rooney is the first work to be unveiled in the Gallery’s new Vision Space, which is to host an exciting programme of new media works.
Resolution is a powerful contemporary installation, part of the Gallery’s established collection relating to conflict.
Escape into Pleasure Gardens, the idyllic and sometimes grotesque look at botanical and manmade worlds, exclusively on tour from the Northern Gallery for Contemporary Art.
Artists highlighted include Andy Warhol, Peter Blake, and Eduardo Paolozzi; who all consider themes of nostalgia, heroes and heroines of screen and popular culture and the relationship between media and the celebrity.
Photographs from fine art photographer Claudio Hils, who was commissioned to document various stages of the building project to redevelop the gallery.
Bernard Fleetwood-Walker (1893 – 1965) is the first artist to be showcased in the Art Gallery’s Spotlight gallery.
Discover Wolverhampton’s unique and diverse collection of artworks and decorative objects.