The first solo exhibition in the UK of Yugoslav-born Bojan Fajfrić includes the major recent work Theta Rhythm 2010. A film and installation, it examines the intersection between personal and collective memory.
The Rinse Cycle is the first ever full-scale survey of Jim Shaw’s work internationally and will bring together more than one hundred paintings, sculptures, drawings and videos from the last twenty-five years.
The Encampment of Eternal Hope is a major new sculptural installation by Zoë Walker & Neil Bromwich extending their enquiry into the role of art as an active agent for transformation in society. Taking apocalyptic predictions for 21 December 2012, the end date for the Mayan Calendar, as an imaginative catalyst, the project envisages a post-apocalyptic utopian community, a kind of ‘garden of earthly delights’.
Take a trip around BALTIC’s exhibitions with one of our friendly Crew who can offer fun and engaging ways to enjoy and learn more about contemporary art. Every Saturday 11.30-12.30.
Held three times a day every day, these bitesize, introductory tours are suitable for everyone and help bring BALTIC’s exhibitions to life.
Hassle free, no need to book – just drop-in and get stuck in. Activities for young artists inspired by our exhibitions. FREE.
No pre-booking required. Children and families have the opportunity to explore the exhibitions with our special Exhibition Explorer packs.
An exhibition of Jim Shaw’s collection of found thrift store paintings is currently open at BALTIC 39, Newcastle until 17 February 2013.