4th March to 12th June 2011See more details >
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Generator Projects, Dundee
13 November - 5 December
Preview Fri 12th November 7-9PM
Meller Merceux Gallery, 105 High Street, Oxford, OX1 4BWSee more details >
Following the success of At Play1 (2009) and At Play 2 (2010), South Hill Park Arts Centre is delighted to welcome new proposals for the AT PLAY 3 (2011) and AT PLAY 4 (2012) exhibitions.See more details >
For its fourth edition, Brighton Photo Biennial 2010 will present New Documents, curated by the internationally renowned photographer, editor and curator Martin Parr.See more details >
Henry Moore Institute
Alina Szapocznikow (1926-73) coined the term photosculpture in 1971 to describe her remarkable series of black and white photographs featuring chewing gum forms.
Roman to English
The Migration of Forms in Early Northumberland
10 July – 10 October 2010, Gallery 4
3 June – 29 August, Main Galleries, Henry Moore InstituteSee more details >
11 March - 20 June 2010
An exceptional collection of watercolours will go on display from today to the public at one of Britain's leading boarding schools. It's not often that the average school boy can drop in to see a Turner or a Cotman inside the school gates but Harrow School has been lucky to have over 200 exceptional quality works by figures from the golden age of English watercolours.See more details >