OPEN UNTIL 30 MAR
A collaboration between Sara Barker and Ryder Architecture to produce an ambitious new sculptural work for BALTIC’s remodelled Level 2 gallery.
OPENS FRI 21 MAR
This first European retrospective presents more than 30 years of Lorna Simpson's work across the mediums of photography, film, video, and drawing. Born in Brooklyn, New York, Simpson became well-known in the mid-1980s for her conceptually rigorous and language driven large-scale works combining photographs and text.
OPENS FRI 14 MAR
The oval paintings of Simon Bill draw upon a very wide variety of sources, from philosophy to heavy metal, art history to cookery, Art Deco to neuroscience. This exhibition, titled Lucky Jim, includes more than 30 works of mixed vintage, from 1999 to the present.
27 MAR,3,10 & 17 APR / ON SALE NOW
Over four weeks this practical course will give you the chance to explore portrait photography using techniques and ideas inspired by Lorna Simpson’s exhibition.
11 & 12 APR / ON SALE NOW
Fictional copies was created during 2013 by choreographer Björn Säfsten, set and lighting design collective SUTODA and five performers. The piece examines the importance of photography in today’s culture and how it has become a significant force in the development of our identity, how we present ourselves and interact with others.
OPEN AT BALTIC 39, NEWCASTLE UNTIL 23 MAR
RIFF/T is a group exhibition about painting, abstraction and representation taking place at BALTIC's project space atn BALTIC 39, Newcastle Upon Tyne. Divided into two sequential exhibitions, the component parts respectively focus upon the themes of the harmonious RIFF, and the discordant RIFT.