Brian Griffin is one of Britain’s most influential photographers, the founder of a photographic style known as Capitalist Realism. Brian Griffin: Work and Other Stories is on at MMX Gallery until 3 August 2019.
My Own Private Bauhaus, 24 July – 28 September 2019. This colourful exhibition marks the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Bauhaus.
The Gates of Onomatopoeia, 27 April - 13 July 2019. Explore Charles Avery's imaginary city of Onomatopoeia through drawings, texts and installations.
Space through Colour, 29 June – 13 October 2019. This is the largest Hitchens exhibition since 1989, featuring over 70 examples of the artist's works.
Yorkshire Sculpture International is the UK’s largest sculpture festival, and what’s more – it’s free! Celebrated over 100 days, 22 June – 29 September 2019, this is its inaugural year, full of exhibitions, events and learning programmes.
“Even Moore himself would never have seen them like this.” Catch Henry Moore: The Helmet Heads at the Wallace Collection until 23 June 2019. Hannah Higham, one of the exhibition’s curators, tells us more.