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Red Earth and Blue Water: Studies of Indian Life by Susan Beaulah

01 July 2017 - 26 August 2017 Beverley Art Gallery Susan Beaulah has been painting and exhibiting regularly since the 1980s in both watercolour and oil. Latterly her vibrant and colourful works have been produced mainly in India, from Rajasthan in the north to Kerala in the south.

'Morning Campers!' The British Holiday Camp

15 July 2017 - 16 September 2017 Treasure House A nostalgic touring exhibition exploring the history of the British Holiday Camp. The first Holiday Camp appeared in 1894 on the Isle of Man but it was in the 1930s that Billy Butlin launched the concept in a big way, with rapid growth after WW2.

Edgelands: Exploring the Margins of Urban Living

02 September 2017 - 14 October 2017 Beverley Art Gallery Edgelands was a name dreamt up some 20 years ago to describe aspects of the changing face of Britain, "places where our slipstream has created a zone of inattention". In this exhibition we see 6 visions of the discarded margins of urban living.

Karl Blossfeldt - Art Forms in Nature

23 September 2017 - 09 December 2017 Beverley Art Gallery Karl Blossfeldt was a German photographer celebrated by Surrealists and early modernists for his pioneering close-up images of plants and flora. This Hayward Touring exhibition features a selection of photogravures from an original German portfolio.

Gary Saunt Presents: A Cultural Pilgrimage from Beverley to Hull

21 October 2017 - 02 December 2017 Beverley Art Gallery In celebration of Hull's City of Culture year we have commissioned the digital painter Gary Saunt to create a colossal work of art for display at the Art Gallery. The individual panels form one single work extending over 25m in length.

Humber Estuary: Changing Views

16 December 2017 - 17 February 2018 Treasure House The Humber Estuary has inspired artists for centuries. Painted landscapes, riverscapes and industrial views are shown alongside displays of social and maritime history. Oral history recordings will tell stories of life on the Humber.