Pallant House Gallery houses one of the best collections of Modern British art in the country, including important works by Frank Auerbach, Peter Blake, Patrick Caulfield, Lucian Freud, Ben Nicholson, Eduardo Paolozzi, John Piper and Graham Sutherland. 

The gallery is internationally acclaimed for its temporary exhibition programme, which in 2017 includes major exhibitions on Victor Pasmore, Sidney Nolan, John Minton, Elisabeth Frink, Paula Rego and David Bomberg.

There is an extensive programme of events, courses and workshops. Make a day of it by visiting the restaurant and specialist art bookshop on the ground floor. These are free to enter as are the ground floor exhibitions and displays.

An admission charge applies to the collection and main exhibition spaces.

Open: Tue-Sat 10am-5pm, Thurs 10am-8pm, Sun and Bank Holidays 11am-5pm. 

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Pallant House Gallery - Arts & Culture

Lothar Götz: Composition for a Staircase

pallant.org.uk/exhibitions/current-exhibitions/installations/lothar-gatz-composition-for-a-staircase
A site-specific mural by German abstract artist Lothar Götz (b.1963), commissioned to mark the 10th anniversary of the Gallery’s contemporary wing. Influenced by Kandinsky, the Bauhaus and Ben Nicholson, Götz’s large-scale geometric murals create an intuitive dialogue with the architecture and social function of a space.
Event date(s):
02nd July 2016 11:00 - 01st January 2018 11:00
Pallant House Gallery - Arts & Culture

Pallant House Gallery - Pablo Bronstein: Wall Pomp

pallant.org.uk/exhibitions/current-exhibitions/installations/pablo-bronstein-wall-pomp
18th century stairwell22nd October 2016 — 1st February 2018An ambitious installation by Pablo Bronstein is the latest contemporary intervention in the Gallery’s 18th century townhouse. Reflecting his enduring fascination with architecture, Bronstein has created a wallpaper featuring monumental sculptures that disrupt the sense of history and space of the house, whilst providing a bold
Event date(s):
22nd October 2016 10:00 - 01st February 2018 17:00