Event — Exhibition Launch: Africa State of Mind
New Art Exchange
A ground breaking exhibition presenting new visions in African Photography. Produced by New Art Exchange and curated by Ekow Eshun., 16 artists from 11 different countries interrogate ideas of "Africanness" through highly subjective renderings of...

Event — Exhibition Launch: Digging Deep
Central Gallery
Join us for a special afternoon as we launch and celebrate the hidden history of former coal miners of African and Caribbean heritage from across the UK. The exhibition will feature a new collection of portraits of former miners, taken by photogra...

Exhibition — Digging Deep
Central Gallery
Led by local historian Norma Gregory, with volunteers, the exhibition uncovers the hidden history of coal miners of African Caribbean descent from across the UK. Step through time to experience personal narratives from former members of the coal c...

6pm: Exhibition opens, complimentary drink on arrival, 6.15pm: Artist's Talk in Performance Space*Welcome from Skinder Hundal, CEO New Art ExchangeZarina Bhimji in conversation with Dr Anthony Downey, 7.15pm: Launch party continues in café-bar, c...

Event — UPENDO
LGBT History Month is celebrated each February in the UK to highlight the positive work done across the country to challenge homophobia, biphobia and transphobia. This event will focus on the LGBTQ community in Africa and its diaspora, with an exp...

Event — Roots Tonic CaféBar Event
New Art Exchange
Presented in partnership with Dreadwise Music. A night celebrating the diversity in roots music through upliftment, Iration, heavyweight music and a positive message from Maxi Dread (Dreadwise Music), Jah Bundy (Rigbee Deep), Suga Lion (Lion Roads...

Event — Debasmita Bhattacharya
New Art Exchange
Debasmita is creating shockwaves across musical circles in her native India and beyond with her remarkable sarod talents and intense powerhouse performances. She is joined on the tabla by Rayatt with his blistering dynamism and a flair for sumptuo...

Event — Roopa Panesar
New Art Exchange
Discover India's iconic instrument – the sitar. Europe's finest sitar maestro, Roopa Panesar, performs lilting morning ragas in an intimate bhaitak (traditional floor seating) setting- how Indian classical music would have been performed in the ...

Event — Perfect Panzerotti
New Art Exchange
Do you want to learn how to make the original mozzarella and tomato panzerotti? Come along with an empty stomach and Deep Fried Calzone Club will take you through the stages of creating the perfect panzerotti!, Suitable for vegetarians and vegans,...

Exhibition — re(locate)
Mezzanine Gallery
'never to take the tedious task of waiting for a bus for granted.', (What Stephen Lawrence Has Taught Us by Benjamin Zephaniah), [re]locate revisits an ordinarily public place that retains the traces of a deeply significant event; it is concerned ...

Exhibition — The Inconsistency of Everything
Main Gallery
Harminder Singh Judge describes himself as an artist trapped in a perpetual love triangle with religion, art and pop culture. Over the last four years, Judge has developed an interdisciplinary practice obsessed with romanticised fables within reli...

Exhibition — Zarina Bhimji: Jangbar
Main Gallery
New Art Exchange is proud to present Jangbar (2012/2015), a new film and sound installation by leading British artist Zarina Bhimji. This eagerly anticipated piece joins Bhimji's portfolio of works in film, which includes the critically acclaimed ...

Page — Archive
Exhibition: Hyson Green Workshos: Citizen Design Action (January – March 2016), Bahbak Hashemi-Nezhad has researched Hyson Green Workshop Units, based in the now demolished Hyson Green flats, for an exhibition at New Art Exchange. The Workshop U...

Blog — The Aura of Boxing: The Black and White Series
This review was originally published in NVA, Saturday 22 February 2014...click here for original, THE AURA OF BOXING: THE BLACK AND WHITE SERIESBethan Davies, Max Kandhola's exhibition at New Art Exchange marks only the beginning of the end of a t...

Blog — Visiting Folkestone Triennial
Introduction by Skinder Hundal, NAE CEO, Folkstone Triennial is art in the public realm, sponsored and funded by philanthropist Sir Roger Die Haan and Arts Council England respectively. The third iteration was curated by Lewis Biggs, ex Director f...

Blog — Kochi-Muziris Biennale – Whorled Explorations
If Venice is the king of Biennales then recently a queen was finally found in Kochi, Kerala. The second edition of the Kochi-Muziris Biennale (KMB), was intelligently and sensitively curated by artist Jitish Kallat. Whorled Explorations offers a r...

Blog — Let's play mini golf, by Lindsay Seers
To be invited to show is always a privilege. QUAD had previously realised a large work of mine so I knew they understood the intensity that surrounds how I work (re: my requirement to be involved in the complete process of the making and installat...

Blog — Review of Musically Mad- Francesca Perrone
Once upon time, Hyson Green was musically mad....let's go back to that Da day!, "Musically Mad" is the title of the film screening shown last week at New Art Exchange. What do we already know about Reggae Sound System? What can we learn from this ...

Blog — Women in Music: Review by Madeleine Wallner
On a wet and windy Saturday afternoon, the upstairs studio at New Art Exchange slowly filled with mostly women and a handful of men, to listen and discuss Women in Music. A topic with many subjects for discussion. However, today was about certain ...


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