Richard Deacon and Bill Woodrow
In the gallery
31 May - 6 July 2014
Sculptors Richard Deacon and Bill Woodrow have occasionally collaborated to make work together. We will show a series of their shared sculptures, fabricated entirely from glass using a variety of different techniques, which will look especially beautiful in the light-filled gallery space at Roche Court. The New Art Centre showed their joint exhibition 'Lead Astray' in 2004.
Design Show: Joseph Walsh, Daniel Naudé and Johannes Nagel
In the Artists House
31 May - 6 July 2014
Curated by Sarah Griffin, the centrepiece of this exhibition will be a piece of furniture
designed by Walsh to rise up and occupy the full height of the Artists House. This
will be juxtaposed by Johannes Nagel's expressive ceramics and Daniel Naudé's haunting photographs of the animals and landscape of his native South Africa.
Nicholas Pope: The Apostles Speaking in Tongues
8 June - 3 August
Acclaimed British artist Nicholas Pope's The Apostles speaking in Tongues lit by their own Lamps to be installed at Salisbury Cathedral for Pentecost, in association with the New Art Centre, Roche Court. For further information please click here
12 July - 7 September
We will host Toby Ziegler's first exhibition at Roche Court prior to his solo show at The Hepworth Wakefield which will be open from 25 September - 2 November in their Calder Gallery alongside an installation in Gallery 1. Ziegler is known for paintings and sculptures which play with perceptionand the ways in which we receive, transfer and lose information.
We are delighted to announce that Bridget Riley CH CBE will exhibit a large new
painting in the Orangery at Roche Court this summer.
14 September - 2 November 2014
Vicken Parsons first showed at the New Art Centre in 2006. For her new exhibition here she will bring together new paintings and 'painted objects' and has plans to transform the gallery space with one large, expansive work painted directly onto the glass façade.
From 8 November 2014
This exhibition of Gavin Turk's latest works in neon, turn familiar and everyday objects into brightly coloured, iconographic signs, in the sculpture park he will also show a number of bronze sculptures. It will be the second time Turk has shown at Roche Court and the second time we have selected work from a show originated by The Bowes Museum.
Exhibition dates are subject to change.
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