David Jablonowski's work which investigates the history and potential of communication in visual culture. His sculptures, films and installations explore cultural aesthetics, display systems and information transfer, from calligraphic manuscripts to TV advertising and the World Wide Web.
The work of Marcin Maciejowski (born Babice, Poland in 1974) re-presents everyday images of our time. Using those already in popular circulation as starting points - found photographs, movies, posters, newspaper illustrations - his paintings naturally inherit the social and political implications of their source material.
Fabrice Hyber (born Luçon, France 1961) is one of the most inventive and influential artists of his generation. Hyber’s continually evolving work includes painting, drawing and installation and is developed from a principle of echoes, in which each work is made in response to another.
This large scale exhibition of David Maljkovic (Rijeka Croatia, 1973) will present an overview which spans from his early work up to the present day and includes the Scene for New Heritage trilogy. This epic series of films brought critical attention to the artist.
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.
For his solo exhibition at BALTIC 39, his first in a public gallery in the UK, Matt Calderwood will create a series of ambitious new sculptures which explore decaying and collapsing systems and the impact of environment and process on simple everyday materials.