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Tuesday - Saturday, 10am-5pm
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The gallery and cafe are closed on Mondays.

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Monday
Closed
Tuesday
10am - 5pm
Wednesday
10am - 5pm
Thursday
10am - 5pm
Friday
10am - 5pm
Saturday
10am - 5pm
Sunday
12pm - 5pm

Tuesday - Saturday, 10am-5pm
Sunday, 12pm - 5pm.
The gallery and cafe are closed on Mondays.

Video: Insights into A Slice through the World: Contemporary Artists’ Drawings

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Created to accompany the exhibition, A Slice through the World, this video offers special insights into the works and includes interviews with exhibiting artists including Kate Davis, Karl Haendel, David Haines, David Musgrave, Kathy Prendergast and Barbara Walker.

 

A Slice through the World: Contemporary Artists’ Drawings is an exhibition presented in joint partnership with Drawing Room, London. See the exhibition at Modern Art Oxford from 16 June – 9 September 2018.

Video: The Making of Cinthia Marcelle’s The Family in Disorder (2018)

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Modern Art Oxford is thrilled to present The Family in Disorder: Truth or Dare, the first major UK solo exhibition by Cinthia Marcelle (b. 1974, Belo Horizonte, lives and works in São Paulo). In her new exhibition, Marcelle has transformed the vast Upper Gallery with a newly commissioned two-part installation, The Family in Disorder (2018), which reacts to the architecture of the gallery through two site-responsive structures made from materials that include brick, chalk, boxes of matches and feathers. 

Throughout the course of a week, Marcelle has worked collectively with local artists and art technicians to disrupt, disassemble and reconfigure one of the structures, creating a mirror image of order and chaos across the two galleries, the result of which remains unknown until the exhibition’s public opening. 

Witness the creative process behind the work in our new time-lapse video, which captures the team as they dramatically transform the Upper Gallery. Look out for the smoke grenades at the end! 

The Family in Disorder: Truth or Dare, Cinthia Marcelle opens 10 March and runs until 27 May 2018. 

Read more about the exhibition here

The Making of Nicolas Party: Speakers – Timelapse Video

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Visitors to Modern Art Oxford are often amazed at how much our gallery spaces change with each new exhibition. These transformations are all down to our dedicated Production team, who are captured in this timelapse video during the making of Nicolas Party’s exhibition, Speakers.

Visit Nicolas Party: Speakers in our Piper Gallery before it closes on Sunday 18 February.

Read more about the exhibition here.

Rage in Order: Hannah Ryggen and Art with Marit Paasche

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Following the opening of Hannah Ryggen: Woven Histories, art historian and Hannah Ryggen expert Marit Paasche came into the gallery to discuss the life and work of the artist.

Ryggen was born in 1894 and died in 1970, leaving behind an impressive array of works, where there is no distinction between life and art.

This talk uncovers the combative attitudes and strong political awareness which were driving forces in Ryggen’s art, as well as exploring the topics and people she addressed in her works.

The Influence of Rose Finn-Kelcey

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On Thursday 28 September, Modern Art Oxford welcomed speakers and guests to discuss the life and work of influential artist Rose Finn-Kelcey.

Considered the ultimate artist’s artist, this event brought together leading artists, curators and writers Peter Liversidge, Mia Taylor, Jo Stockham, Hermione Wiltshire and Catherine Elwes, who were influenced by and worked with Finn-Kelcey, to examine her legacy in detail.

Space for Humans

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Matthew Stuttard, one of the research contributors to Aleksandra Mir’s Space Tapestry (on display at Modern Art Oxford 24 June – 12 November, 2017), hosted a talk on 29 June. Here you can watch him discussing the current and future uses of Space on Earth, highlighting aspects of beauty arising from Space phenomena and technologies.