Talk by Anne Vibeke Mou

Three views of Eruption by Anne Vibeke Mou

Saturday 14th March 2020 11am. Learning Room at the Gallery.

Anne studied at Glasgow School of Art and Royal College of Art, London and lives and works in Newcastle upon Tyne. She has exhibited nationally and internationally including residencies at the Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design in Prague, Upernavik Museum in North West Greenland, and National Glass Centre in Sunderland. A privately commissioned window for St Johns Church, Healey in Northumberland won the Art and Christianity Award 2011.

Anne Vibeke was co-curator, exhibitor and editor of Chance Finds Us, 2014, an exhibition and companion publication of works by eight artists from the North East for Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art, mima. This project also saw her collaborate with cavers to obtain traces of cave walls from hidden landscapes underground, material which has formed the basis for engravings and a work for National Glass Centre in 2017.

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What’s on at the Gallery? Winter 2019

Kurt Schwitters' Merz Barn Wall (detail) - photo by COlin Davison

ARTIST ROOMS
Roy Lichtenstein
Roy Lichtenstein, Reflections on Minerva - Photo John McKenzie © National Galleries of Scotland

Roy Lichtenstein, Refelctions on Minerva 1990.
Poto John McKenzie © National GAlleries of Scotland

An exhibition of works by American Pop artist, Roy Lichtenstein.

Until 4 January 2020

Heather Ross:
All the Better to Hear You With

A preformative installation in dialogue with the work of Kurt Schwitters.
Until 15 February 2020

Lothar Götz:
Fairground Abstract

An immersive wall painting by Lothar Götz.
5 October 2019 – 4 January 2020

Illuminating the Self
Featuring original work by Susan Aldworth and Andrew Carnie.
18 January 2020 – 9 May 2020

Origins & Endings
With work by Jordan Baseman, Mark Carroll and Marianne Wilde.
18 January 2020 – 7 March 2020
Kurt Schwitters’ Merz Barn Wall
The Merz Barn Wall is one of the UK’s international art treasures and is on permanent display at the Hatton Gallery. As part of the redevelopment of the Hatton, Schwitters’ Merz Barn Wall underwent essential conservation and is now presented alongside new interpretation.
Permanent

Hatton Gallery Opening Times: Monday to Saturday. 10am to 5pm

What’s on locally 2019-20

Mining Art Gallery – Bishop Auckland, Co Durham Daily 10 am to 4 pm

Norman Cornish – a slice of life
Until 23rd February – Mon 12pm to 5 pm Sun, Tues-Sat 10 pm to 5pm

Part of a countrywide centenary celebration of the artist’s birth.  The exhibition includes depictions of life underground, bar scenes and domestic settings.  Norman Cornish’s work also being shown at Palace Green Library, Palace Green, Durham.  Norman Cornish the Sketchbooks


Sunderland Museum and Winter Gardens

Marjolaine Ryley – This is what I see.
Until 3rd February – Mon-Sat 10 am to 5 pm Sun 1pm to 5 pm

A mid-career retrospective of photographic artist Marjolaine Ryley and the first to offer an overview of her entire body of work to date. The Thin Blue Lines the Deep Red Sea are featured in the exhibition.


The Biscuit Factory

India Amos – Presenting a new portrait series, until 23rd February

Rob Van Hoek – Winter Exhibition, until – 23rd February.


Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art

Judy Chicago, until 19th April 2020

Animalesque / Art Across Species and Beings (group exhibition), until 19th April 2020

Joy Labinjo – Our histories cling to us, until 23rd February 2020

Pippa Hale – Play Rebellion, until 23rd February