BALTIC presents an exhibition of new and recent work by Heather Phillipson (born London, 1978). Yes, surprising is existence in the post-vegetal cosmorama – consists of three videos within custom made environments in BALTIC’s Ground Floor Gallery.
This large-scale presentation of Thomas Scheibitz’s work retraces the conceptual and painterly development of his career with a particular focus on the human figure and the existence of form between figuration and abstraction.
Find out more about the local sights whilst enjoying the extraordinary views of the Quayside from BALTIC Level 5 Viewing Box and Level 4 Viewing Terrace
Held three times a day every day, these bitesize, introductory tours are suitable for everyone and help bring BALTIC’s exhibitions to life.
Every Tuesday, Quay, BALTIC’s learning space, is transformed into a magical area for you and your under 5s to explore art. Play with different materials, colours and shapes to create your own work
No pre-booking required. Packed full of fun facts and exciting activities our explorer guides can help your family delve deeper into our exhibitions and learn more about the building.
11 exhibitions, 5 weeks, 1 venue: ARKA Group: Ben Jeans Houghton & Matthew de Kersaint Giraudeau / Darren Banks / Paul Becker, Nadia Hebson & Tess Denman-Cleaver / Graeme Durant / Ella Finer Andrea Jespersen / Andrew Lacon / Kate Liston & Dan Wilde / Ben Sansbury / Andro Semeiko / Eleanor Wright & Sam Watson
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.