Select Past Viewing Rooms
Discovery and Invention An Online Viewing Room of Early Graphic Works by Josef Albers
David Cleaton-Roberts selects ten important prints by Josef Albers made between 1916 and 1948. Presented together these works, some of which have never previously been exhibited anywhere, trace the early development of Albers's art and demonstrate how for Albers printmaking lay at the heart of his practice, his teaching, and his philosophy.
A Private View with Jerwood Collection by Lara Wardle, Director
For our next instalment of A Private View with..., we asked Director of Jerwood, Lara Wardle, to share her joy in collecting and curating for Jerwood Collection, a privately-owned collection of twentieth and twenty-first century British art which is open to the public.
Julian Opie: Street. New Edition Launch
We are delighted to launch of six new editions, collectively entitled Street., by Julian Opie in this Online Viewing Room.
Jan Dibbets Perspectives
This Online Viewing Room spotlights an important body of historical works by Dutch artist Jan Dibbets.
Vicken Parsons: Blue Online Viewing Room
Over the winter months, Vicken Parsons produced a new body of blue paintings from her studio in Norfolk. We are presenting these eight works for the first time in this Online Viewing Room.
Jim Dine: Days of Joy, Printing Online Viewing Room
The gallery is delighted to announce the launch of six new large-scale woodcut prints by Jim Dine in this Online Viewing Room.
Christiane Baumgartner: My First Sunrise Online Viewing Room
We are pleased to announce the launch of a new woodcut edition entitled Totes Meer, 2020, by Christiane Baumgartner in this Online Viewing Room.
A Private View with Kit Kemp Online Viewing Room
For this Online Viewing Room, interior designer Kit Kemp MBE has selected several of her favourite works and discusses how each artist inspires her; the importance of original prints; how she collects; and her advice on beginning a collection.
Idris Khan: The Dream Songs New Edition Launch
We are delighted to announce the launch of six new text-based wall reliefs by Idris Khan, conceived and made over the past year.