03/08/2021
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Chioma Ince
Summer Holiday Series: Galleries to visit in Bristol

This week for our Summer Holiday Series, we are travelling to the South West of England to visit Bristol. ,highlighting the amazing selection of galleries to discover this summer. Find all exhibitions and more on our app, available to download for free on Android and iOS now.

Bristol Museum & Art Gallery

Bristol

Bristol Museum & Art Gallery contains art from the classical periods through to contemporary art exhibitions. Archaeology, geology and art including fossils, a Romany caravan and artwork by local boy Banksy. There are a number of exhibitions currently on show, including: a powerful use of archive and photography in Bristol Photo Festival: Lips touched with blood by Sarah Waiswa and the breathtaking finely carved miniature sculptures in Netsuke: Miniature masterpieces from Japan.

An educated Kikuyu (Elspeth Huxley, 1937) © British Empire and Commonwealth Collection
An educated Kikuyu (Elspeth Huxley, 1937) © British Empire and Commonwealth Collection

Centrespace

Bristol

Part of Centrespace Studios, Centrespace Gallery is located in the centre of Bristol, just off Corn Street. Their ethos is to show fresh and interesting work, with an emphasis on encouraging new talent and up and coming artists. The gallery has a range of interesting exhibitions to see this summer including Jessie Woodward & Sophie Elinor Martin, which showcases works from both abstract and contemporary Bristol and Suffolk based artists.

Left: #542, Jessie Woodward, Acrylic,Posca pen & blue glitter on canvas | Right: TERRA, Sophie Elinor Martin, 2021, Acrylic and spray paint on ply
Left: #542, Jessie Woodward, Acrylic,Posca pen & blue glitter on canvas | Right: TERRA, Sophie Elinor Martin, 2021, Acrylic and spray paint on ply

Arnolfini

Bristol

Arnolfini is Bristol’s International Centre for Contemporary Arts located on the harbourside in the heart of the city. Woven into the fabric of Bristol since 1961, Arnolfini is a pioneer of interdisciplinary contemporary arts, presenting an ambitious, eclectic programme of visual art, performance, dance, film and music, carefully curated to appeal to a broad audience. It is an inspiring public space for contemporary arts and learning, greeting over half a million visitors each year and offering an innovative, inclusive and engaging experience for all. Join the Arnolfini as it celebrates its 60th anniversary and showcases the work of pioneering painter Sir Frank Bowling in Frank Bowling | Land Of Many Waters, sharing new and previously unseen work, alongside key paintings from the last decade.

The Arnolfini, Photograph: Ben Birchall/PA
The Arnolfini, Photograph: Ben Birchall/PA

M Shed

Bristol

Located on Prince's Wharf beside the Floating Harbour in a dockside transit shed formerly occupied by Bristol Industrial Museum, M Shed museum explores the history of Bristol. If you are looking to see amazing film and photographs, listen to moving personal stories, encounter rare and quirky objects and add your own memories of Bristol through the interactive displays M Shed museum is the place to go.  One of the current exhibitions is Vanguard | Bristol Street Art, which brings together one of the largest collections of original works and memorabilia ever seen in the UK.

M Shed © Bristol Culture
M Shed © Bristol Culture

View Art Gallery

Brighton

View Art is one of the largest independent galleries in the South West and is split into zones over two floors, allowing it to incorporate a mixture of media including paintings, sculptures, photography, ceramics and a room dedicated to video installations. The regularly changing exhibitions give returning visitors something vibrant and exciting to mull over whilst the gallery itself tries to create a relaxed and informal atmosphere that allows people to view art in their own way. A perfect destination on your summer trail in Bristol. The current show, INTROSPECTION, is on until 29th August and features a group of artists whose introspection during the COVID pandemic lockdown has taken them to a new place.

Richard Twose, On Holiday (with Caravaggio), Oil on canvas, Introspection exhibition

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Summer Holiday Series: Galleries to visit in Bristol

This week for our Summer Holiday Series, we are travelling to the South West of England to visit Bristol. ,highlighting the amazing selection of galleries to discover this summer. Find all exhibitions and more on our app, available to download for free on Android and iOS now.

Bristol Museum & Art Gallery

Bristol

Bristol Museum & Art Gallery contains art from the classical periods through to contemporary art exhibitions. Archaeology, geology and art including fossils, a Romany caravan and artwork by local boy Banksy. There are a number of exhibitions currently on show, including: a powerful use of archive and photography in Bristol Photo Festival: Lips touched with blood by Sarah Waiswa and the breathtaking finely carved miniature sculptures in Netsuke: Miniature masterpieces from Japan.

An educated Kikuyu (Elspeth Huxley, 1937) © British Empire and Commonwealth Collection
An educated Kikuyu (Elspeth Huxley, 1937) © British Empire and Commonwealth Collection

Centrespace

Bristol

Part of Centrespace Studios, Centrespace Gallery is located in the centre of Bristol, just off Corn Street. Their ethos is to show fresh and interesting work, with an emphasis on encouraging new talent and up and coming artists. The gallery has a range of interesting exhibitions to see this summer including Jessie Woodward & Sophie Elinor Martin, which showcases works from both abstract and contemporary Bristol and Suffolk based artists.

Left: #542, Jessie Woodward, Acrylic,Posca pen & blue glitter on canvas | Right: TERRA, Sophie Elinor Martin, 2021, Acrylic and spray paint on ply
Left: #542, Jessie Woodward, Acrylic,Posca pen & blue glitter on canvas | Right: TERRA, Sophie Elinor Martin, 2021, Acrylic and spray paint on ply

Arnolfini

Bristol

Arnolfini is Bristol’s International Centre for Contemporary Arts located on the harbourside in the heart of the city. Woven into the fabric of Bristol since 1961, Arnolfini is a pioneer of interdisciplinary contemporary arts, presenting an ambitious, eclectic programme of visual art, performance, dance, film and music, carefully curated to appeal to a broad audience. It is an inspiring public space for contemporary arts and learning, greeting over half a million visitors each year and offering an innovative, inclusive and engaging experience for all. Join the Arnolfini as it celebrates its 60th anniversary and showcases the work of pioneering painter Sir Frank Bowling in Frank Bowling | Land Of Many Waters, sharing new and previously unseen work, alongside key paintings from the last decade.

The Arnolfini, Photograph: Ben Birchall/PA
The Arnolfini, Photograph: Ben Birchall/PA

M Shed

Bristol

Located on Prince's Wharf beside the Floating Harbour in a dockside transit shed formerly occupied by Bristol Industrial Museum, M Shed museum explores the history of Bristol. If you are looking to see amazing film and photographs, listen to moving personal stories, encounter rare and quirky objects and add your own memories of Bristol through the interactive displays M Shed museum is the place to go.  One of the current exhibitions is Vanguard | Bristol Street Art, which brings together one of the largest collections of original works and memorabilia ever seen in the UK.

M Shed © Bristol Culture
M Shed © Bristol Culture

View Art Gallery

Brighton

View Art is one of the largest independent galleries in the South West and is split into zones over two floors, allowing it to incorporate a mixture of media including paintings, sculptures, photography, ceramics and a room dedicated to video installations. The regularly changing exhibitions give returning visitors something vibrant and exciting to mull over whilst the gallery itself tries to create a relaxed and informal atmosphere that allows people to view art in their own way. A perfect destination on your summer trail in Bristol. The current show, INTROSPECTION, is on until 29th August and features a group of artists whose introspection during the COVID pandemic lockdown has taken them to a new place.

Richard Twose, On Holiday (with Caravaggio), Oil on canvas, Introspection exhibition

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Summer Holiday Series: Galleries to visit in Bristol

This week for our Summer Holiday Series, we are travelling to the South West of England to visit Bristol. ,highlighting the amazing selection of galleries to discover this summer. Find all exhibitions and more on our app, available to download for free on Android and iOS now.

Bristol Museum & Art Gallery

Bristol

Bristol Museum & Art Gallery contains art from the classical periods through to contemporary art exhibitions. Archaeology, geology and art including fossils, a Romany caravan and artwork by local boy Banksy. There are a number of exhibitions currently on show, including: a powerful use of archive and photography in Bristol Photo Festival: Lips touched with blood by Sarah Waiswa and the breathtaking finely carved miniature sculptures in Netsuke: Miniature masterpieces from Japan.

An educated Kikuyu (Elspeth Huxley, 1937) © British Empire and Commonwealth Collection
An educated Kikuyu (Elspeth Huxley, 1937) © British Empire and Commonwealth Collection

Centrespace

Bristol

Part of Centrespace Studios, Centrespace Gallery is located in the centre of Bristol, just off Corn Street. Their ethos is to show fresh and interesting work, with an emphasis on encouraging new talent and up and coming artists. The gallery has a range of interesting exhibitions to see this summer including Jessie Woodward & Sophie Elinor Martin, which showcases works from both abstract and contemporary Bristol and Suffolk based artists.

Left: #542, Jessie Woodward, Acrylic,Posca pen & blue glitter on canvas | Right: TERRA, Sophie Elinor Martin, 2021, Acrylic and spray paint on ply
Left: #542, Jessie Woodward, Acrylic,Posca pen & blue glitter on canvas | Right: TERRA, Sophie Elinor Martin, 2021, Acrylic and spray paint on ply

Arnolfini

Bristol

Arnolfini is Bristol’s International Centre for Contemporary Arts located on the harbourside in the heart of the city. Woven into the fabric of Bristol since 1961, Arnolfini is a pioneer of interdisciplinary contemporary arts, presenting an ambitious, eclectic programme of visual art, performance, dance, film and music, carefully curated to appeal to a broad audience. It is an inspiring public space for contemporary arts and learning, greeting over half a million visitors each year and offering an innovative, inclusive and engaging experience for all. Join the Arnolfini as it celebrates its 60th anniversary and showcases the work of pioneering painter Sir Frank Bowling in Frank Bowling | Land Of Many Waters, sharing new and previously unseen work, alongside key paintings from the last decade.

The Arnolfini, Photograph: Ben Birchall/PA
The Arnolfini, Photograph: Ben Birchall/PA

M Shed

Bristol

Located on Prince's Wharf beside the Floating Harbour in a dockside transit shed formerly occupied by Bristol Industrial Museum, M Shed museum explores the history of Bristol. If you are looking to see amazing film and photographs, listen to moving personal stories, encounter rare and quirky objects and add your own memories of Bristol through the interactive displays M Shed museum is the place to go.  One of the current exhibitions is Vanguard | Bristol Street Art, which brings together one of the largest collections of original works and memorabilia ever seen in the UK.

M Shed © Bristol Culture
M Shed © Bristol Culture

View Art Gallery

Brighton

View Art is one of the largest independent galleries in the South West and is split into zones over two floors, allowing it to incorporate a mixture of media including paintings, sculptures, photography, ceramics and a room dedicated to video installations. The regularly changing exhibitions give returning visitors something vibrant and exciting to mull over whilst the gallery itself tries to create a relaxed and informal atmosphere that allows people to view art in their own way. A perfect destination on your summer trail in Bristol. The current show, INTROSPECTION, is on until 29th August and features a group of artists whose introspection during the COVID pandemic lockdown has taken them to a new place.

Richard Twose, On Holiday (with Caravaggio), Oil on canvas, Introspection exhibition

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Summer Holiday Series: Galleries to visit in Bristol

This week for our Summer Holiday Series, we are travelling to the South West of England to visit Bristol. ,highlighting the amazing selection of galleries to discover this summer. Find all exhibitions and more on our app, available to download for free on Android and iOS now.

Bristol Museum & Art Gallery

Bristol

Bristol Museum & Art Gallery contains art from the classical periods through to contemporary art exhibitions. Archaeology, geology and art including fossils, a Romany caravan and artwork by local boy Banksy. There are a number of exhibitions currently on show, including: a powerful use of archive and photography in Bristol Photo Festival: Lips touched with blood by Sarah Waiswa and the breathtaking finely carved miniature sculptures in Netsuke: Miniature masterpieces from Japan.

An educated Kikuyu (Elspeth Huxley, 1937) © British Empire and Commonwealth Collection
An educated Kikuyu (Elspeth Huxley, 1937) © British Empire and Commonwealth Collection

Centrespace

Bristol

Part of Centrespace Studios, Centrespace Gallery is located in the centre of Bristol, just off Corn Street. Their ethos is to show fresh and interesting work, with an emphasis on encouraging new talent and up and coming artists. The gallery has a range of interesting exhibitions to see this summer including Jessie Woodward & Sophie Elinor Martin, which showcases works from both abstract and contemporary Bristol and Suffolk based artists.

Left: #542, Jessie Woodward, Acrylic,Posca pen & blue glitter on canvas | Right: TERRA, Sophie Elinor Martin, 2021, Acrylic and spray paint on ply
Left: #542, Jessie Woodward, Acrylic,Posca pen & blue glitter on canvas | Right: TERRA, Sophie Elinor Martin, 2021, Acrylic and spray paint on ply

Arnolfini

Bristol

Arnolfini is Bristol’s International Centre for Contemporary Arts located on the harbourside in the heart of the city. Woven into the fabric of Bristol since 1961, Arnolfini is a pioneer of interdisciplinary contemporary arts, presenting an ambitious, eclectic programme of visual art, performance, dance, film and music, carefully curated to appeal to a broad audience. It is an inspiring public space for contemporary arts and learning, greeting over half a million visitors each year and offering an innovative, inclusive and engaging experience for all. Join the Arnolfini as it celebrates its 60th anniversary and showcases the work of pioneering painter Sir Frank Bowling in Frank Bowling | Land Of Many Waters, sharing new and previously unseen work, alongside key paintings from the last decade.

The Arnolfini, Photograph: Ben Birchall/PA
The Arnolfini, Photograph: Ben Birchall/PA

M Shed

Bristol

Located on Prince's Wharf beside the Floating Harbour in a dockside transit shed formerly occupied by Bristol Industrial Museum, M Shed museum explores the history of Bristol. If you are looking to see amazing film and photographs, listen to moving personal stories, encounter rare and quirky objects and add your own memories of Bristol through the interactive displays M Shed museum is the place to go.  One of the current exhibitions is Vanguard | Bristol Street Art, which brings together one of the largest collections of original works and memorabilia ever seen in the UK.

M Shed © Bristol Culture
M Shed © Bristol Culture

View Art Gallery

Brighton

View Art is one of the largest independent galleries in the South West and is split into zones over two floors, allowing it to incorporate a mixture of media including paintings, sculptures, photography, ceramics and a room dedicated to video installations. The regularly changing exhibitions give returning visitors something vibrant and exciting to mull over whilst the gallery itself tries to create a relaxed and informal atmosphere that allows people to view art in their own way. A perfect destination on your summer trail in Bristol. The current show, INTROSPECTION, is on until 29th August and features a group of artists whose introspection during the COVID pandemic lockdown has taken them to a new place.

Richard Twose, On Holiday (with Caravaggio), Oil on canvas, Introspection exhibition

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Summer Holiday Series: Galleries to visit in Bristol

This week for our Summer Holiday Series, we are travelling to the South West of England to visit Bristol. ,highlighting the amazing selection of galleries to discover this summer. Find all exhibitions and more on our app, available to download for free on Android and iOS now.

Bristol Museum & Art Gallery

Bristol

Bristol Museum & Art Gallery contains art from the classical periods through to contemporary art exhibitions. Archaeology, geology and art including fossils, a Romany caravan and artwork by local boy Banksy. There are a number of exhibitions currently on show, including: a powerful use of archive and photography in Bristol Photo Festival: Lips touched with blood by Sarah Waiswa and the breathtaking finely carved miniature sculptures in Netsuke: Miniature masterpieces from Japan.

An educated Kikuyu (Elspeth Huxley, 1937) © British Empire and Commonwealth Collection
An educated Kikuyu (Elspeth Huxley, 1937) © British Empire and Commonwealth Collection

Centrespace

Bristol

Part of Centrespace Studios, Centrespace Gallery is located in the centre of Bristol, just off Corn Street. Their ethos is to show fresh and interesting work, with an emphasis on encouraging new talent and up and coming artists. The gallery has a range of interesting exhibitions to see this summer including Jessie Woodward & Sophie Elinor Martin, which showcases works from both abstract and contemporary Bristol and Suffolk based artists.

Left: #542, Jessie Woodward, Acrylic,Posca pen & blue glitter on canvas | Right: TERRA, Sophie Elinor Martin, 2021, Acrylic and spray paint on ply
Left: #542, Jessie Woodward, Acrylic,Posca pen & blue glitter on canvas | Right: TERRA, Sophie Elinor Martin, 2021, Acrylic and spray paint on ply

Arnolfini

Bristol

Arnolfini is Bristol’s International Centre for Contemporary Arts located on the harbourside in the heart of the city. Woven into the fabric of Bristol since 1961, Arnolfini is a pioneer of interdisciplinary contemporary arts, presenting an ambitious, eclectic programme of visual art, performance, dance, film and music, carefully curated to appeal to a broad audience. It is an inspiring public space for contemporary arts and learning, greeting over half a million visitors each year and offering an innovative, inclusive and engaging experience for all. Join the Arnolfini as it celebrates its 60th anniversary and showcases the work of pioneering painter Sir Frank Bowling in Frank Bowling | Land Of Many Waters, sharing new and previously unseen work, alongside key paintings from the last decade.

The Arnolfini, Photograph: Ben Birchall/PA
The Arnolfini, Photograph: Ben Birchall/PA

M Shed

Bristol

Located on Prince's Wharf beside the Floating Harbour in a dockside transit shed formerly occupied by Bristol Industrial Museum, M Shed museum explores the history of Bristol. If you are looking to see amazing film and photographs, listen to moving personal stories, encounter rare and quirky objects and add your own memories of Bristol through the interactive displays M Shed museum is the place to go.  One of the current exhibitions is Vanguard | Bristol Street Art, which brings together one of the largest collections of original works and memorabilia ever seen in the UK.

M Shed © Bristol Culture
M Shed © Bristol Culture

View Art Gallery

Brighton

View Art is one of the largest independent galleries in the South West and is split into zones over two floors, allowing it to incorporate a mixture of media including paintings, sculptures, photography, ceramics and a room dedicated to video installations. The regularly changing exhibitions give returning visitors something vibrant and exciting to mull over whilst the gallery itself tries to create a relaxed and informal atmosphere that allows people to view art in their own way. A perfect destination on your summer trail in Bristol. The current show, INTROSPECTION, is on until 29th August and features a group of artists whose introspection during the COVID pandemic lockdown has taken them to a new place.

Richard Twose, On Holiday (with Caravaggio), Oil on canvas, Introspection exhibition

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Summer Holiday Series: Galleries to visit in Bristol

This week for our Summer Holiday Series, we are travelling to the South West of England to visit Bristol. ,highlighting the amazing selection of galleries to discover this summer. Find all exhibitions and more on our app, available to download for free on Android and iOS now.

Bristol Museum & Art Gallery

Bristol

Bristol Museum & Art Gallery contains art from the classical periods through to contemporary art exhibitions. Archaeology, geology and art including fossils, a Romany caravan and artwork by local boy Banksy. There are a number of exhibitions currently on show, including: a powerful use of archive and photography in Bristol Photo Festival: Lips touched with blood by Sarah Waiswa and the breathtaking finely carved miniature sculptures in Netsuke: Miniature masterpieces from Japan.

An educated Kikuyu (Elspeth Huxley, 1937) © British Empire and Commonwealth Collection
An educated Kikuyu (Elspeth Huxley, 1937) © British Empire and Commonwealth Collection

Centrespace

Bristol

Part of Centrespace Studios, Centrespace Gallery is located in the centre of Bristol, just off Corn Street. Their ethos is to show fresh and interesting work, with an emphasis on encouraging new talent and up and coming artists. The gallery has a range of interesting exhibitions to see this summer including Jessie Woodward & Sophie Elinor Martin, which showcases works from both abstract and contemporary Bristol and Suffolk based artists.

Left: #542, Jessie Woodward, Acrylic,Posca pen & blue glitter on canvas | Right: TERRA, Sophie Elinor Martin, 2021, Acrylic and spray paint on ply
Left: #542, Jessie Woodward, Acrylic,Posca pen & blue glitter on canvas | Right: TERRA, Sophie Elinor Martin, 2021, Acrylic and spray paint on ply

Arnolfini

Bristol

Arnolfini is Bristol’s International Centre for Contemporary Arts located on the harbourside in the heart of the city. Woven into the fabric of Bristol since 1961, Arnolfini is a pioneer of interdisciplinary contemporary arts, presenting an ambitious, eclectic programme of visual art, performance, dance, film and music, carefully curated to appeal to a broad audience. It is an inspiring public space for contemporary arts and learning, greeting over half a million visitors each year and offering an innovative, inclusive and engaging experience for all. Join the Arnolfini as it celebrates its 60th anniversary and showcases the work of pioneering painter Sir Frank Bowling in Frank Bowling | Land Of Many Waters, sharing new and previously unseen work, alongside key paintings from the last decade.

The Arnolfini, Photograph: Ben Birchall/PA
The Arnolfini, Photograph: Ben Birchall/PA

M Shed

Bristol

Located on Prince's Wharf beside the Floating Harbour in a dockside transit shed formerly occupied by Bristol Industrial Museum, M Shed museum explores the history of Bristol. If you are looking to see amazing film and photographs, listen to moving personal stories, encounter rare and quirky objects and add your own memories of Bristol through the interactive displays M Shed museum is the place to go.  One of the current exhibitions is Vanguard | Bristol Street Art, which brings together one of the largest collections of original works and memorabilia ever seen in the UK.

M Shed © Bristol Culture
M Shed © Bristol Culture

View Art Gallery

Brighton

View Art is one of the largest independent galleries in the South West and is split into zones over two floors, allowing it to incorporate a mixture of media including paintings, sculptures, photography, ceramics and a room dedicated to video installations. The regularly changing exhibitions give returning visitors something vibrant and exciting to mull over whilst the gallery itself tries to create a relaxed and informal atmosphere that allows people to view art in their own way. A perfect destination on your summer trail in Bristol. The current show, INTROSPECTION, is on until 29th August and features a group of artists whose introspection during the COVID pandemic lockdown has taken them to a new place.

Richard Twose, On Holiday (with Caravaggio), Oil on canvas, Introspection exhibition

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Summer Holiday Series: Galleries to visit in Bristol

This week for our Summer Holiday Series, we are travelling to the South West of England to visit Bristol. ,highlighting the amazing selection of galleries to discover this summer. Find all exhibitions and more on our app, available to download for free on Android and iOS now.

Bristol Museum & Art Gallery

Bristol

Bristol Museum & Art Gallery contains art from the classical periods through to contemporary art exhibitions. Archaeology, geology and art including fossils, a Romany caravan and artwork by local boy Banksy. There are a number of exhibitions currently on show, including: a powerful use of archive and photography in Bristol Photo Festival: Lips touched with blood by Sarah Waiswa and the breathtaking finely carved miniature sculptures in Netsuke: Miniature masterpieces from Japan.

An educated Kikuyu (Elspeth Huxley, 1937) © British Empire and Commonwealth Collection
An educated Kikuyu (Elspeth Huxley, 1937) © British Empire and Commonwealth Collection

Centrespace

Bristol

Part of Centrespace Studios, Centrespace Gallery is located in the centre of Bristol, just off Corn Street. Their ethos is to show fresh and interesting work, with an emphasis on encouraging new talent and up and coming artists. The gallery has a range of interesting exhibitions to see this summer including Jessie Woodward & Sophie Elinor Martin, which showcases works from both abstract and contemporary Bristol and Suffolk based artists.

Left: #542, Jessie Woodward, Acrylic,Posca pen & blue glitter on canvas | Right: TERRA, Sophie Elinor Martin, 2021, Acrylic and spray paint on ply
Left: #542, Jessie Woodward, Acrylic,Posca pen & blue glitter on canvas | Right: TERRA, Sophie Elinor Martin, 2021, Acrylic and spray paint on ply

Arnolfini

Bristol

Arnolfini is Bristol’s International Centre for Contemporary Arts located on the harbourside in the heart of the city. Woven into the fabric of Bristol since 1961, Arnolfini is a pioneer of interdisciplinary contemporary arts, presenting an ambitious, eclectic programme of visual art, performance, dance, film and music, carefully curated to appeal to a broad audience. It is an inspiring public space for contemporary arts and learning, greeting over half a million visitors each year and offering an innovative, inclusive and engaging experience for all. Join the Arnolfini as it celebrates its 60th anniversary and showcases the work of pioneering painter Sir Frank Bowling in Frank Bowling | Land Of Many Waters, sharing new and previously unseen work, alongside key paintings from the last decade.

The Arnolfini, Photograph: Ben Birchall/PA
The Arnolfini, Photograph: Ben Birchall/PA

M Shed

Bristol

Located on Prince's Wharf beside the Floating Harbour in a dockside transit shed formerly occupied by Bristol Industrial Museum, M Shed museum explores the history of Bristol. If you are looking to see amazing film and photographs, listen to moving personal stories, encounter rare and quirky objects and add your own memories of Bristol through the interactive displays M Shed museum is the place to go.  One of the current exhibitions is Vanguard | Bristol Street Art, which brings together one of the largest collections of original works and memorabilia ever seen in the UK.

M Shed © Bristol Culture
M Shed © Bristol Culture

View Art Gallery

Brighton

View Art is one of the largest independent galleries in the South West and is split into zones over two floors, allowing it to incorporate a mixture of media including paintings, sculptures, photography, ceramics and a room dedicated to video installations. The regularly changing exhibitions give returning visitors something vibrant and exciting to mull over whilst the gallery itself tries to create a relaxed and informal atmosphere that allows people to view art in their own way. A perfect destination on your summer trail in Bristol. The current show, INTROSPECTION, is on until 29th August and features a group of artists whose introspection during the COVID pandemic lockdown has taken them to a new place.

Richard Twose, On Holiday (with Caravaggio), Oil on canvas, Introspection exhibition

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Summer Holiday Series: Galleries to visit in Bristol

This week for our Summer Holiday Series, we are travelling to the South West of England to visit Bristol. ,highlighting the amazing selection of galleries to discover this summer. Find all exhibitions and more on our app, available to download for free on Android and iOS now.

Bristol Museum & Art Gallery

Bristol

Bristol Museum & Art Gallery contains art from the classical periods through to contemporary art exhibitions. Archaeology, geology and art including fossils, a Romany caravan and artwork by local boy Banksy. There are a number of exhibitions currently on show, including: a powerful use of archive and photography in Bristol Photo Festival: Lips touched with blood by Sarah Waiswa and the breathtaking finely carved miniature sculptures in Netsuke: Miniature masterpieces from Japan.

An educated Kikuyu (Elspeth Huxley, 1937) © British Empire and Commonwealth Collection
An educated Kikuyu (Elspeth Huxley, 1937) © British Empire and Commonwealth Collection

Centrespace

Bristol

Part of Centrespace Studios, Centrespace Gallery is located in the centre of Bristol, just off Corn Street. Their ethos is to show fresh and interesting work, with an emphasis on encouraging new talent and up and coming artists. The gallery has a range of interesting exhibitions to see this summer including Jessie Woodward & Sophie Elinor Martin, which showcases works from both abstract and contemporary Bristol and Suffolk based artists.

Left: #542, Jessie Woodward, Acrylic,Posca pen & blue glitter on canvas | Right: TERRA, Sophie Elinor Martin, 2021, Acrylic and spray paint on ply
Left: #542, Jessie Woodward, Acrylic,Posca pen & blue glitter on canvas | Right: TERRA, Sophie Elinor Martin, 2021, Acrylic and spray paint on ply

Arnolfini

Bristol

Arnolfini is Bristol’s International Centre for Contemporary Arts located on the harbourside in the heart of the city. Woven into the fabric of Bristol since 1961, Arnolfini is a pioneer of interdisciplinary contemporary arts, presenting an ambitious, eclectic programme of visual art, performance, dance, film and music, carefully curated to appeal to a broad audience. It is an inspiring public space for contemporary arts and learning, greeting over half a million visitors each year and offering an innovative, inclusive and engaging experience for all. Join the Arnolfini as it celebrates its 60th anniversary and showcases the work of pioneering painter Sir Frank Bowling in Frank Bowling | Land Of Many Waters, sharing new and previously unseen work, alongside key paintings from the last decade.

The Arnolfini, Photograph: Ben Birchall/PA
The Arnolfini, Photograph: Ben Birchall/PA

M Shed

Bristol

Located on Prince's Wharf beside the Floating Harbour in a dockside transit shed formerly occupied by Bristol Industrial Museum, M Shed museum explores the history of Bristol. If you are looking to see amazing film and photographs, listen to moving personal stories, encounter rare and quirky objects and add your own memories of Bristol through the interactive displays M Shed museum is the place to go.  One of the current exhibitions is Vanguard | Bristol Street Art, which brings together one of the largest collections of original works and memorabilia ever seen in the UK.

M Shed © Bristol Culture
M Shed © Bristol Culture

View Art Gallery

Brighton

View Art is one of the largest independent galleries in the South West and is split into zones over two floors, allowing it to incorporate a mixture of media including paintings, sculptures, photography, ceramics and a room dedicated to video installations. The regularly changing exhibitions give returning visitors something vibrant and exciting to mull over whilst the gallery itself tries to create a relaxed and informal atmosphere that allows people to view art in their own way. A perfect destination on your summer trail in Bristol. The current show, INTROSPECTION, is on until 29th August and features a group of artists whose introspection during the COVID pandemic lockdown has taken them to a new place.

Richard Twose, On Holiday (with Caravaggio), Oil on canvas, Introspection exhibition

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Summer Holiday Series: Galleries to visit in Bristol

This week for our Summer Holiday Series, we are travelling to the South West of England to visit Bristol. ,highlighting the amazing selection of galleries to discover this summer. Find all exhibitions and more on our app, available to download for free on Android and iOS now.

Bristol Museum & Art Gallery

Bristol

Bristol Museum & Art Gallery contains art from the classical periods through to contemporary art exhibitions. Archaeology, geology and art including fossils, a Romany caravan and artwork by local boy Banksy. There are a number of exhibitions currently on show, including: a powerful use of archive and photography in Bristol Photo Festival: Lips touched with blood by Sarah Waiswa and the breathtaking finely carved miniature sculptures in Netsuke: Miniature masterpieces from Japan.

An educated Kikuyu (Elspeth Huxley, 1937) © British Empire and Commonwealth Collection
An educated Kikuyu (Elspeth Huxley, 1937) © British Empire and Commonwealth Collection

Centrespace

Bristol

Part of Centrespace Studios, Centrespace Gallery is located in the centre of Bristol, just off Corn Street. Their ethos is to show fresh and interesting work, with an emphasis on encouraging new talent and up and coming artists. The gallery has a range of interesting exhibitions to see this summer including Jessie Woodward & Sophie Elinor Martin, which showcases works from both abstract and contemporary Bristol and Suffolk based artists.

Left: #542, Jessie Woodward, Acrylic,Posca pen & blue glitter on canvas | Right: TERRA, Sophie Elinor Martin, 2021, Acrylic and spray paint on ply
Left: #542, Jessie Woodward, Acrylic,Posca pen & blue glitter on canvas | Right: TERRA, Sophie Elinor Martin, 2021, Acrylic and spray paint on ply

Arnolfini

Bristol

Arnolfini is Bristol’s International Centre for Contemporary Arts located on the harbourside in the heart of the city. Woven into the fabric of Bristol since 1961, Arnolfini is a pioneer of interdisciplinary contemporary arts, presenting an ambitious, eclectic programme of visual art, performance, dance, film and music, carefully curated to appeal to a broad audience. It is an inspiring public space for contemporary arts and learning, greeting over half a million visitors each year and offering an innovative, inclusive and engaging experience for all. Join the Arnolfini as it celebrates its 60th anniversary and showcases the work of pioneering painter Sir Frank Bowling in Frank Bowling | Land Of Many Waters, sharing new and previously unseen work, alongside key paintings from the last decade.

The Arnolfini, Photograph: Ben Birchall/PA
The Arnolfini, Photograph: Ben Birchall/PA

M Shed

Bristol

Located on Prince's Wharf beside the Floating Harbour in a dockside transit shed formerly occupied by Bristol Industrial Museum, M Shed museum explores the history of Bristol. If you are looking to see amazing film and photographs, listen to moving personal stories, encounter rare and quirky objects and add your own memories of Bristol through the interactive displays M Shed museum is the place to go.  One of the current exhibitions is Vanguard | Bristol Street Art, which brings together one of the largest collections of original works and memorabilia ever seen in the UK.

M Shed © Bristol Culture
M Shed © Bristol Culture

View Art Gallery

Brighton

View Art is one of the largest independent galleries in the South West and is split into zones over two floors, allowing it to incorporate a mixture of media including paintings, sculptures, photography, ceramics and a room dedicated to video installations. The regularly changing exhibitions give returning visitors something vibrant and exciting to mull over whilst the gallery itself tries to create a relaxed and informal atmosphere that allows people to view art in their own way. A perfect destination on your summer trail in Bristol. The current show, INTROSPECTION, is on until 29th August and features a group of artists whose introspection during the COVID pandemic lockdown has taken them to a new place.

Richard Twose, On Holiday (with Caravaggio), Oil on canvas, Introspection exhibition

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