Surface Gallery is pleased to announce a solo exhibition by Hungarian artist Miklós Ladányi-Tóth, Transpattern.
This October, Surface Gallery will see the return of Julian Rowe, prizewinner from Painted Surface 2015, and his solo exhibition It's Too Soon To Say. Painted Surface – a contemporary painting competition - showcased a selection of contemporary painters from Great Britain, Germany, Australia and United States of America featuring works that expanded the definition of painting.
Surface Gallery is pleased to announce a solo exhibition by Céline Siani Djiakoua. Deep Sea is the culmination of a three-week residency, which was awarded to Djiakoua as the Surface Gallery prize for the Nottingham Castle Open 2015.
This September, Surface Gallery welcomes Iranian artist Farhad Jafari, and his solo exhibition Zymotic Gaze.
This August sees the return of Surface Gallery's resident studio artists in their annual exhibition. Last year, our exhibition Above/Below saw collaborations between studio artists and volunteers; this year, Surface Dwellers will see the studio’s newest and oldest occupants working together. Studio spaces have changed hands and artists have moved on to pursue new projects, yet the spirit of collaboration remains.
This Summer, Surface Gallery welcomes back the hottest show in town: the Nottingham Street Art Festival. This hugely popular exhibition supports and promotes Nottingham’s vibrant alternative art scene by showcasing some of today’s best local talent.
Surface Gallery introduces Automate, an exhibition that brings together the best work from New College Nottingham photography, graphic design and film students.
This May, Surface Gallery welcomes Batch Collective, one of the many groups exhibiting in this year's citywide NTU Photo Festival, Emerge.
Surface Gallery is pleased to announce Topsy-Turvy, an exhibition facilitated by artists Helen Sills and Alison McCulloch. The exhibition celebrates the work of a small group of people from Nature in Mind. This specialist Framework service supports people in Nottingham, enabling them to experience positive mental health and well-being through contact with nature.
Surface Gallery introduces A Cartographic History of Action, a solo exhibition by Patrick Milsom.
Surface Gallery is delighted to present a photographic exhibition documenting the Nott Romeo and Juliet project: a collaborative performance by young musicians and dancers from Sneinton and St Ann’s, developed in partnership between Renewal Trust, Birmingham Royal Ballet, and the Community Recording Studio (CRS).
Surface Gallery presents Unsolved Equations Do Also Exist, an exhibition of experimental drawing by Berlin-based artists, Juan Toro and Mirjam Kroker.
This March sees the return of Surface Gallery's annual collaboration with Nottingham Trent University with the fifth NTU Festival: As If By Magic. Following the success of last year's NTU Festival, Stories in the Dark, this year's selected Fine Art students take their practice into the dark arts with the creation of new work that explores illusion, alchemy, and the mesmerising. Their response to the magical is showcased in four week-long exhibitions.
Surface Gallery is pleased to announce Uncanny Beginnings, an exhibition by second-year photography students from Nottingham Trent University.
Surface Gallery is excited to welcome back the International Postcard Show. This vibrant, long-running exhibition is a highly popular feature of our calendar, and includes hundreds of original artworks from established and aspiring artists from all over the world. All submissions are included, from painting and print through to textiles and illustration, creating a wonderfully eclectic mix of artwork.