NAE is proud to present Here, an exhibition by the award-winning artist, Phoebe Boswell.
The Path by Hassan Hajjaj presents a unique and timely consideration of culture and identity in the modern, globalised world. Hajjaj's artworks are characterised by an explosion of colour, pattern, appropriated brand logos and found objects.
We present a selection of work from Nottingham Trent University's Photography Degree Show Festival 2020. We are proud to celebrate the creativity of NTU's students in their diverse explorations of photography as a medium.
This exhibition has been created by members of Kairos, a Nottingham based support group for lesbian and bi women who, because of violent homophobic persecution in their home countries, seek asylum in the UK.
A Black Canvas highlights black creatives from the East Midlands and allows these individuals to occupy space, using our Central Gallery space as a blank canvas
Filled with family memorabilia, this exhibition will instigate audiences to imagine what it means to be a second-generation child growing up in a first-generation South Asian home in Britain.
Shezad Dawood's new exhibition Encroachments, takes a pragmatic and oblique look at the relations between Pakistan and the US since partition in 1947 through a Virtual Reality environment, contained within an installations comprising: neon, wallpaper, tapestries, sculpture and print.
Sensing Beyond Sight brings together a range of artworks and textile designs from a series of ongoing conversations and collaborations between the My Sight Nottinghamshire visually impaired artists group and the Textile Design department at Nottingham Trent University.