What's On?

Exhibitions and Events related to Newlyn and Lamorna Artists.

 

 

2019

Newlyn Art Gallery & The Exchange, Newlyn TR18 5PZ

22 June-5 October 2019

'Ways of Looking' - Ali Corder & Elizabeth Loveday

This is a project based exhibition this summer in the Studio, involving paintings, textiles and objects that explore gossip, proverbs and Chinese whispers.

 

19 August -5 October 2019

Jonathan Rae presents a selection of works exploring the darker side of nature. Ray has recently completed a one-year studio award at Porthmeor Studios, St Ives and a four-month studio residency with Thirdbase Studios in Lisbon, Portugal.

 

Falmouth Art Gallery, Falmouth TR11 2RT

The Gallery has an outstanding collection of over 2,000 artworks that range from Pre-Raphaelite and British Impressionists paintings to contemporary prints, photography and a children's illustration archive.

The Gallery has recently become custodians of the Royal Cornwall Polytechnic Society Tuke collection. The Tuke collection is believed to be unique. These works will be made available at a local, national and international level.

 

14 September - 16 November 2019

Penlee Gallery & Museum, Penzance TR18 4HE

 'Creative Tensions: The Penwith Society of Arts 1949-1960' 

In 1949 a group of artists broke away from the St Ives Society of Artists to form a new group, The Penwith Society of Arts in Cornwall. Seventy years on from this seismic event, this exhibition looks at the range of works produced by the founder members, many of them the greatest names of 20th century British Art, including Wilhelmina Barns- Graham, Barbara Hepworth, Bernard Leach & Ben Nicholson. It examinres the impact that the St Ives rebels made at the time and the creative tensions that existed between them.

 

Tate St Ives, St Ives, Cornwall TR26 1TG

 

Until 3 November 2019

The Munnings Art Museum, Castle Hill, Dedham, Colchester CO7 6AZ

'Behind The Lines: Alfred Munnings, War Artist, 1918'

In 1918 Alfred Munnings was appointed as a war artist in France for the Canadian Cavalry Brigade and later for the Canadian Forestry Corps. At the war's end his paintings were bought by the Canadian Government and are now in the collection of the Canadian War Museum in Ottawa. In the centenary year of their first exhibition at the Royal Academy, London in 1919, The Munnings Art Museum is privileged to have on loan from Canada forty-one of these war paintings. The vibrant colours and painterly style of these works is a striking contrast to the familiar black and white images of World War 1. It is a rare opportunity to see these works, alongside sketches and paintings from the Munnings Art Museum's own collection.