Musuems Sheffield: Graves Gallery

10 Nov - 14 Mar 2009
Three contemporary artworks from Tate are now on display in the Graves, courtesy of the ongoing Visual Dialogues project. Self Portrait as a Businessman, by Pawel Althamer, Butterfly Catchers, by Hannah Starkey and Boats by Bethan Huws, all make connections with existing works in Sheffield’s collection. ..more

Persistence Works: Yorkshire ArtSpace Society

Clinton de Menezes
26 Jan - 6 Mar 2009
New work by Clinton de Menezes, which is the artist's first solo show in the UK since emigrating from South Africa a year and a half ago. The artist has taken as his starting point the idea of ‘Probe’ as a critical or exploratory investigation, expedition or device designed to ... ..more

Showroom

28 Jan
Prism is a programme of contemporary art events commissioned by The Showroom Cinema, Sheffield. Adapting to its unique environment, the event exhibits exciting new audio, video, performative and interactive  works from emerging  students and  established artists. ..more

S1 Artspace

12 Mar
S1 / salon returns with a new season of artist film and video programmes presenting works from Belgium, France, Germany, the UK and USA. Selected exclusively from an open call, this years selection panel were Benjamin Cook, director of LUX, artist Anja Kirschner, and curator, Sophia Crilly. ..more

S1 Artspace

25 Feb
S1 / salon returns with a new season of artist film and video programmes presenting works from Belgium, France, Germany, the UK and USA. Selected exclusively from an open call, this years selection panel were Benjamin Cook, director of LUX, artist Anja Kirschner, and curator, Sophia Crilly. ..more

S1 Artspace

12 Feb
S1 / salon returns with a new season of artist film and video programmes presenting works from Belgium, France, Germany, the UK and USA. Selected exclusively from an open call, this years selection panel were Benjamin Cook, director of LUX, artist Anja Kirschner, and curator, Sophia Crilly. ..more

Site Gallery

Paul Etienne Lincoln
5 Mar - 6 Mar 2009
New York-based artist Paul Etienne Lincoln, who is known for his complex, allegorical installations inspired by historical figures, memory, and sensorial perception, will be undertaking a production residency at Site and presenting work in progress. ..more

Site Gallery

Paul Etienne Lincoln
5 Mar
New York-based artist Paul Etienne Lincoln, who is known for his complex, allegorical installations inspired by historical figures, memory, and sensorial perception, will be undertaking a production residency at Site and presenting work in progress. ..more

Showroom

25 Mar
Victor Mazin is a curator, art critic, philosopher, translator, and author. He is editor of the arts and science journal Kabinet, Head of the Department of Theoretical Psychoanalysis at East-European Institute of Psychoanalysis, and founder of Freud's Dreams Museum in St. Petersburg. ..more

Showroom

11 Mar
Tom Dale does things. He does things to things with which we are familiar, to make them strange. The work for him is the consequence of these actions. ..more

Showroom

11 Feb
Bryndis Snæbjörnsdóttir and Mark Wilson collaborate on work across installation, text, photography, and video, which uses the relation between humans and animals to question cultural and individual location between domesticity and wilderness. ..more

Showroom

18 Feb
Olivia Plender's work uses historical research to investigate idiosyncratic pockets of forgotten history that sit awkwardly with the way we live now. ..more

Showroom

28 Jan
John Timberlake’s work principally focuses on histories and fictions associated with landscape, and is held in collections in Britain, Europe and the US. ..more

Showroom

25 Feb
Gordon Cheung’s multi-media paintings capture the hallucinations between the virtual and actual realities of a globalised world, oscillating between Utopia and Dystopia. ..more

Showroom

4 Mar
Breda Beban is an artist, curator and a creative producer. Describing life simply and without obvious elaborations, her productions are invested with the profundity of human emotion. ..more

Showroom

18 Mar
Guido van der Werve constructs possible scenarios and imaginary realities where various geographies collide in order to generate momentary sensations of unusual, dream-like intensity. ..more

Site Gallery

21 Mar - 16 May 2009
Guido van der Werve constructs possible scenarios and imaginary realities where various geographies collide in order to generate momentary sensations of unusual, dream-like intensity. ..more

Access Space

Mike Howe
16 Jan
All are welcome to the opening event for Urban Mandala at Access Space. Mandalas are found among the most ancient art forms - it is thought that they expressed an awe of the natural world and natural cycles. Using the familiar circular form of the mandala, Mike Howe has created ... ..more

Access Space

Mike Howe
17 Jan - 12 Mar 2009
Mandalas are found among the most ancient art forms - it is thought that they expressed an awe of the natural world and natural cycles. Using the familiar circular form of the mandala, Mike Howe has created a series of detailed and intriguing textures and designs, manipulating photographs of ... ..more

Sheffield Town Hall

Trish O’Shea & Katie Davies
6 Feb - 20 Feb 2009
An exhibition and screening of new work by Trish O’Shea and Katie Davies, artists in residence at Sheffield’s Old Town Hall between July and December 2008. Through their work, Trish O’Shea explores the experiences of other people in relation to the places they occupy, and Katie Davies focuses on the ... ..more

Access Space

Kate Vale & James Wallbank
15 Nov - 12 Mar 2009
The Objective Room is a site specific installation created for Access Space, inspired by a room described in one of C.S. Lewis's theological science fiction novels. ..more

Museums Sheffield: Millennium Gallery

 
Suky Best
15 Jan - 8 Apr 2009
Museums Sheffield with Lovebytes presents The Return of the Native, shown on the Millennium Gallery plasma screens. Artist Suky Best highlights the gradual disappearance of once hitherto common types of wildlife from their former habitats across the UK. ..more

SIAD Gallery

Convergence - Endview
15 Jan
An exhibition of works which approach and focus on a particular theme or subject through the moving and still image, silence and sound. All works have been created by Northern Media School BA & MA Film and Media Production, and BA Photography students from Sheffield Hallam University. ..more

SIAD Gallery

6 Jan - 16 Jan 2009
An exhibition of works which approach and focus on a particular theme or subject through the moving and still image, silence and sound. All works have been created by Northern Media School BA & MA Film and Media Production, and BA Photography students from Sheffield Hallam University. ..more

Graves Gallery

18 Feb - 2 May 2009
How we define ourselves in the age of the individual is the theme of this contemporary art exhibition, which features work from leading British artists including Grayson Perry, Gillian Wearing and Mona Hatoum. A Picture of You? is part of The Great British Art Debate, a four year collaboration with ... ..more

Museums Sheffield: Graves Gallery

Gayle Chong Kwan
21 Jan
Join artist Gayle Chong Kwan as she shares insights into her new work for the Graves Gallery, The Land of Peach Blossoms ..more

Site Gallery

Tim Etchells
6 Feb
A live performance that features a long free-associating monologue that tumbles from topic to topic to create a vast, failing iteration and explanation of the world. Comical in its apparent naiveté and preposterously encyclopaedic in scope, Sight is the Sense… explores the absurdity and horror of consciousness as it ... ..more

Clock Tower Gallery

Lorraine Kay
23 Feb - 2 Apr 2009
Sponsored by the Hallamshire Physiotherapy group,'Pain'tings' is a personal documentary which explores how the creative focus can help deal with painful and debilitating health problems, resulting in improvements in both physical and emotional well-being, including a reduced dependency on medication. ..more

Clock Tower Gallery, Northern General Hospital, Herries Road, Sheffield, S5 7AU.
28 Feb
The Clock Tower Gallery is housed within the grounds of the city’s Northern General Hospital, and has a rolling programme of visual arts and crafts exhibitions. There is full disabled access and facilities and refreshments are available before 2.30pm. ..more

Artist Studio

12×12 - 2. This is not a love song
Stephen Carley
17 Jan
Artist Stephen Carley’s studio will be the context for a variety of monthly exhibitions or ‘visual trials’. This is not a love song will consist of two audio samples, three graphic images in chalk on blackboard, a large photograph, an image scorched into paper and a burning wax heart. Visitors ... ..more

Site Gallery

22 Nov - 31 Jan 2009
An exhibition exploring the tension between language and image through film and video, playing with the power of narration, the voiceover and the use of text to draw attention to language’s role in film ..more

Cupola Gallery

28 Nov - 10 Jan 2009
An Open Submission show, in which conceptual works sit alongside contemporary works in more traditional formats including painting, printmaking, stone sculpture, ceramics, jewellery, textiles, glass, wood, photography and mixed media works. ..more

Site Gallery

24 Jan
A talk on some of the issues raised by the exhibition 'Never let the truth get in the way of a good story by Dr Rachel Moore' ..more

Museums Sheffield: Millennium Gallery

Kongkee
9 Aug - 14 Jan 2009
New animated work by Hong Kong-based artist Kongkee, featuring comics, animation and video. The work explores people and place, recording acute observations of modern society, and looks at the pressures and messages that inhabit the contemporary urban environment ..more

Museums Sheffield: Graves Gallery

Gayle Chong Kwan
12 Apr - 31 Jan 2009
Taking her inspiration from an ancient Chinese tale and Sheffield’s unique collection of antique carved ivories, contemporary artist Gayle Chong Kwan has created The Land of Peach Blossom ..more

Museums Sheffield: Millennium Gallery

Claire Morgan
18 Oct - 8 Mar 2009
An installation depicting the graceful flight and subsequent fall of a bird through clusters of privet leaves, continuing Morgan’s exploration of our relationship with the natural world. ..more

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