Here you find an overview of all exhibitions at Pallant House Gallery in Chichester. Besides the current temporary exhibitions, the overview lists permanent exhibitions, upcoming exhibitions and past exhibitions.


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From Pissarro to Kollwitz: The Elizabeth Burney Bequest
23Jun

From Pissarro to Kollwitz: The Elizabeth Burney Bequest

A collection of works on paper bequest by Elizabeth Mary Parker (née Burney), a criminal psychologist who was inspired to gift her collection to the gallery after attending a tour. Includes etchings...
Harold Gilman: Beyond Camden Town
09Jun

Harold Gilman: Beyond Camden Town

British painter Harold Gilman (1876–1919) broke away from his contemporaries to produce a view of modern urban life in the early 20th century that was entirely distinct. He combined the gritty formali...
Nick Goss: Morley's Mirror
09Jun

Nick Goss: Morley's Mirror

Nick Goss (b. 1981) reimagines his home city of London, transforming the cityscape and its interior spaces to explore themes of displacement, natural disaster and the psychology of place. In his large...
Art Quake: Post-Impressionism and British Art
01Jun

Art Quake: Post-Impressionism and British Art

In 1910 the art critic Roger Fry introduced the work of Cézanne, Van Gogh, Gauguin, Matisse and Picasso to an unaware British audience. He coined the term ‘post-impressionism’ for his landmark exhibit...
Sheila Bownas: A Life in Pattern
20May

Sheila Bownas: A Life in Pattern

An exhibition of original designs by the mid-century textile designer Sheila Bownas (1925—2007), a supplier to Liberty London and Marks & Spencer who remained relatively unknown until an archive of he...
POP! Art in a Changing Britain
07May

POP! Art in a Changing Britain

A vivid exploration of how artists in Britain in the 1950s and 1960s responded to rapid social change, as Pop Art emerged as a means of addressing the rise of mass media, the cult of celebrity, questi...
Leonard Rosoman: Painting Theatre
24Apr

Leonard Rosoman: Painting Theatre

Experience John Osborne’s controversial play ‘A Patriot for Me’ through the eyes of British painter Leonard Rosoman RA (1913 – 1912) in a series of works not seen together since the 1970s. When ‘A Pat...
An Architect’s Eye: The Peter Collymore Gift
11Feb

An Architect’s Eye: The Peter Collymore Gift

A view of Modern British art through the eyes of the architect Peter Collymore, who designed the Library for the Britten-Pears Foundation and whose collection has recently been gifted to Pallant House...
Spirit in the Mass: Bomberg’s Legacy
04Feb

Spirit in the Mass: Bomberg’s Legacy

A display celebrating David Bomberg’s radical influence on the young artists he taught at the Borough Polytechnic between 1945 and 1953, including Dinora Mendelson, Dennis Creffield, Lilian Holt, Lesl...
Bomberg
04Feb

Bomberg

A major review of the life and career of David Bomberg (1890 – 1957), revered as one of the greatest British artists of the 20th century. Taught by Walter Sickert and part of the Slade School of Art’s...
Paula Rego: The Sketchbooks
28Jan

Paula Rego: The Sketchbooks

A rare opportunity to see Dame Paula Rego's preparatory drawings for her paintings, providing an insight into her remarkable draughtsmanship and the development of her ideas. The exhibition, drawn fro...
Women Artists: The Female Gaze
15Oct

Women Artists: The Female Gaze

Women have always been the subject of art produced by male artists and have historically been idealized as muse to invoke a particular view of beauty. This exhibition seeks to challenge these traditio...
John Minton: A Centenary
01Oct

John Minton: A Centenary

A major exhibition marking the centenary of the birth of British artist John Minton (1917 – 1957). A charismatic and complex artist, Minton was a Bohemian figure in London during the 1940s and 50s and...
Lucian Freud: Early Works
01Oct

Lucian Freud: Early Works

Celebrating three new long-term loans to the Gallery of early works by Lucian Freud, this display showcases works which reveal Freud’s sharp and meticulous early technique. The three newly loaned work...
William Coldstream: Measuring Reality
01Oct

William Coldstream: Measuring Reality

A display of paintings and drawings by William Coldstream drawn from the significant collection of Professor Colin St John Wilson. Commissioned portraits, intimate figure studies, and architectural an...
A Different Light: British Neo-Romanticism
24Sep

A Different Light: British Neo-Romanticism

British Neo-Romanticism refers to the lyrical, mystical and often poetic work of a group of young artists during and just after the Second World War. This exhibition explores the personal and artistic...
Transferences: Sidney Nolan in Britain
11Jun

Transferences: Sidney Nolan in Britain

A major exhibition marking the centenary of the birth of Australian-born artist Sir Sidney Nolan (1917 – 1992), a leading figure of international 20th century art whose diverse oeuvre saw experimentat...
Victor Pasmore: Towards a New Reality
11Jun

Victor Pasmore: Towards a New Reality

In the late 1940s British artist Victor Pasmore (1908–1998), then one of Britain’s leading figurative painters, reinvented himself as one of the foremost exponents of abstract art. This major exhibiti...
British Constructivism: The Catherine Petitgas Collection
11Jun

British Constructivism: The Catherine Petitgas Collection

A display of sculptures, reliefs and constructions by Victor Pasmore’s contemporaries in the British Constructivist movement, including Kenneth and Mary Martin, Anthony Hill, Norman Dilworth and John...
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