London Art Fair with Museum Partner Southampton City Art Gallery: Gallery 80 – From Generous Beginnings to Lasting Legacies

Guy Moreton (Photographer)

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Abstract

Following its 80th anniversary in 2019, the exhibition Gallery 80: From Generous Beginnings to Lasting Legacies’, will highlight Southampton City Art Gallery’s outstanding collection of modern British and contemporary art, which are considered to be amongst the finest in the UK outside of London; earning ‘Designated’ status from Arts Council England in 1998.

Revealing the depth and variety of Southampton’s evolving collection of modern and contemporary painting and sculpture, the exhibition will showcase a selection of around 25 works that are significant to the history of the Gallery; including pieces by Walter Sickert, L.S. Lowry, Stanley Spencer, Ben Nicholson, Helen Chadwick, Maggi Hambling, Christopher Le Brun, Bob and Roberta Smith, Clare Woods and Guy Moreton.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 21 Jan 2020

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Southampton City Art Gallery
Southampton
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Christopher Le Brun
Stanley Spencer
Ben Nicholson
L. S. Lowry
Maggi Hambling
Roberta Smith
Walter Sickert
Helen Chadwick
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