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.
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
22nd October 2016 10:00 - 01st February 2018 17:00
British Neo-Romanticism refers to the lyrical, mystical and often poetic work of a group of young artists during and just after the Second World War. This exhibition explores the personal and artistic journeys taken by Jankel Adler, Prunella Clough, Robert Colquhoun, John Craxton, Leslie Hurry, Robert MacBryde, Paul Nash, John Piper, Graham Sutherland and Keith Vaughan.
Women have always been the subject of art produced by male artists and have historically been idealized as muse to invoke a particular view of beauty. This exhibition seeks to challenge these traditional narratives of femininity by looking at women artists’ representations of women. Drawn from Pallant House Gallery’s collection, it includes works by Laura Knight, Cathie Pilkington, Pau
A display of paintings and drawings by William Coldstream drawn from the significant collection of Professor Colin St John Wilson. Commissioned portraits, intimate figure studies, and architectural and urban landscapes give a fascinating insight into Coldstream’s focused and highly personal engagement with his subject matter.
A major exhibition marking the centenary of the birth of British artist John Minton (1917–1957). A charismatic and complex artist, Minton was a Bohemian figure in London during the 1940s and 50s who counted Lucian Freud and Keith Vaughan in his circle.Exploring achievements far beyond his reputation as a leading illustrator and teacher, this exhibition spans evocative landscapes firmly
Daniel Evans directs a brand new staging of the classic Broadway musical FIDDLER ON THE ROOF at Chichester Festival Theatre from 10 July – 26 August. The cast is led by Omid Djalili and Tracy-Ann Oberman.1905. A small village in Imperial Russia. Tevye, a poor dairyman, and his wife, Golde, are blessed with five witty and beautiful daughters. The matchmaker Yente, who believes any h
This celebrated and much loved musical is packed with show-stopping songs including the hits If I Were A Rich Man, Tradition and Matchmaker. The original record-breaking Broadway production won nine Tony Awards including Best Musical. This brand new staging is directed by Daniel Evans, whose hit productions at Sheffield Theatres included Show Boat, My Fair Lady and Flowers for Mrs Harris. His outs
1924. A comfortable house in Surrey. When the orphaned Lois Relph accepts a marriage proposal from an older man, Eustace Gaydon, she believes she’s been rescued from an uncertain future. Establishing a successful business as a dress designer, Lois leaves her fortune in her husband’s hands.But when one of her devoted step-daughters needs her help, Lois is forced to address what drew Eus
11th August 2017 19:45 - 09th September 2017 19:45