06 December - 28 January 2006
We have all dreamed of finding hidden treasures, another Tutankhamun, or a Terracotta Army. But what if, searching closer to home, we unearthed the decaying crypt of a man, preserved for eternity in his own flat? In the murky depths of the...
27 September - 12 November 2005
The campus: a place of learning and aspiration, or disenchantment and revolt? This exhibition explores the unique environment of university campuses, looking at their recent past and ideas surrounding their future.
Canadian artist Nancy...
26 July - 10 September 2005
Panacea: (n) A solution or remedy for all difficulties or diseases. – origin Greek panakeia.
Can artists provoke change in society? Can art objects become tools to improve our lives? Panacea: the art of wellbeing is an evolving,...
31 May - 09 July 2005
There Where You Are Not is a collaborative project featuring new works by Guy Moreton, Alec Finlay, and Jeremy Millar. The exhibition explores the philosophy of Ludwig Wittgenstein and his interest in the landscape (of language), and architecture...
05 April - 14 May 2005
Astro Black Morphologies is a multimedia exhibition of work by artists Flow Motion that creates a dialogue between contemporary astronomy, digital art and electronic music.
Flow Motion (artists and musicians, Eddie George and Anna Piva) has...
18 January - 12 March 2005
The John Hansard Gallery is delighted to be showing the work of Gerald Giamportone, an artist living and working in Los Angeles, whose work has not previously been shown in Britain.
Gerald Giamportone’s work addresses important issues...
16 November - 23 December 2004
The John Hansard Gallery presents the first major exhibition in the UK of one of the most influential artists working today. Joan Jonas is a key figure in performance, installation and video art and has maintained her position as a pioneer in...
14 September - 30 October 2004
An English Journey is the first solo touring exhibition in the UK of work by artist Andrew Cross. Short-listed for Beck’s Futures 2004, Cross began working as an artist in 2000 following an established career as a curator.
06 July - 28 August 2004
Esperantis by Patrick Shanahan is a seductive and unsettling insight into the nocturnal face of the modern urban environment. These exquisite large-scale photographs explore imaginatively the notion of spatial estrangement, considering the...