20/07/2021
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Lucy Strange
Summer Holiday Series: Galleries to visit on the South Coast (Part 2)
This week, we are travelling from Portsmouth to St Ives, highlighting some of our favourite galleries along the way.

Welcome to part-two of our summer holiday series on the South Coast, providing you with plenty of arty inspiration for UK trips this year. This week, we are travelling from Portsmouth to St Ives, highlighting some of our favourite galleries along the way. You can find all these exhibitions and more on our free app.

Portsmouth Museum and Art Gallery

Portsmouth

Portsmouth Museum and Art Gallery celebrates the area for its rich history and unique geography, being the UK’s only island city. The venue hosts regular events for families and art lovers alike, alongside exhibitions and special displays centred around the history of the city and two galleries showing the city’s art collections.

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John Hansard Gallery

Southampton

John Hansard Gallery, part of the University of Southampton, is a leader in the field of contemporary art, supporting an international roster of artists while highlighting the culture of Southampton. The next exhibition to open at the gallery will be Trinity by Hetain Patel, featuring a new moving image work and two films, on show from 3rd August – 30th October 2021.

Hetain Patel, Trinity (2021), film still. Courtesy the artist.
View fullsizeHetain Patel, Trinity (2021), film still. Courtesy the artist.

Southampton City Art Centre

Southampton

Southampton City Art Centre has been a key institution on the city’s cultural scene since opening in 1939, with a collection of over 5,000 items spanning eight centuries, showcasing painting, sculpture, drawing, photography and film. The gallery offers workshops, exhibitions and events across the site, supported by an online offering. There are a number of exhibitions currently on show, including Face of Britain curated by Nahem Shoa, showcasing portraits of British individuals from the 17th century to present day.

© Joe Low Photography
View fullsize© Joe Low Photography

Russell-Cotes

Bournemouth

Built in 1901 by Merton Russell-Coates for his wife, the Russell-Coates building was one of the last Victorian houses to be built in England. Beautifully situated on a clifftop overlooking the sea, Russel-Coates is home to an impressive art collection both inside the gallery and throughout the gardens. Russel-Coates also features temporary exhibitions and events, currently showing Hidden Highlights - Life in Lockdown, featuring over 80 works from the fine art collection.

Russell-Cotes Art Gallery & Museum
View fullsizeRussell-Cotes Art Gallery & Museum

Penwith Gallery

Cornwall

The Penwith Gallery is home to the Penwith Society of Arts in Cornwall, a historic society founded in 1949 by Barbara Hepworth, Ben Nicholson, Peter Lanyon, Bernard Leach, Sven Berlin and Wilhelmina Barns-Graham. The gallery today is home to three public galleries, artist’s studios, a print workshop, sculpture courtyard, shop and archive. The Main Gallery exhibition currently on show is the Members Summer Exhibition, featuring a diverse selection of sculptures, ceramics, paintings, drawings and prints.

Richard Holliday 'Three Friends', Cornish soapstone
View fullsizeRichard Holliday 'Three Friends', Cornish soapstone

Dartington Trust

Devon

Dartington Trust, based in Totnes, Devon, is a centre for learning, arts, ecology and social justice, working with artists and thinkers on projects and exhibitions. Across the 1,200 acre site, visitors can experience cultural events, explore the agriculture in the grounds and take part in learning activities. Current exhibitions on show include HOPE: A KEVICC student exhibition and Tom Hammick Prints.

Image via Instagram
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Circle Contemporary

Cornwall

Circle Contemporary is a contemporary gallery based in Cornwall, showcasing emerging and established artists across their two floors. The gallery has a focus on artists who take inspiration from the natural world with a spotlight on local Cornish artists and makers, while also bringing international artists into the programme. There are two exhibitions currently on show, In Summer and Pleasure-Go-Round.

PLEASURE-GO-ROUND, Simon Gaiger and Bernard Irwin, 03-30 July | Floor 2
View fullsizePLEASURE-GO-ROUND, Simon Gaiger and Bernard Irwin, 03-30 July | Floor 2

Tate St Ives

Cornwall

Tate originally opened their St Ives gallery in 1993 and later opened a refurbished space in 2017, with an increased exhibition space and additional art handling facilities to deal with the increased demand. The St Ives site is home to a permanent collection, temporary exhibitions, a shop, café and the Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden. There are two exhibition currently on show, Chaos, Connections and Collaboration and Haegue Yang: Strange Attractors.

Installation view of Haegue Yang: Strange Attractors at Tate St Ives, 2020. Photos: Tate (Matt Greenwood). Image courtesy of Tate St Ives.
View fullsizeInstallation view of Haegue Yang: Strange Attractors at Tate St Ives, 2020. Photos: Tate (Matt Greenwood). Image courtesy of Tate St Ives.
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Summer Holiday Series: Galleries to visit on the South Coast (Part 2)
This week, we are travelling from Portsmouth to St Ives, highlighting some of our favourite galleries along the way.

Welcome to part-two of our summer holiday series on the South Coast, providing you with plenty of arty inspiration for UK trips this year. This week, we are travelling from Portsmouth to St Ives, highlighting some of our favourite galleries along the way. You can find all these exhibitions and more on our free app.

Portsmouth Museum and Art Gallery

Portsmouth

Portsmouth Museum and Art Gallery celebrates the area for its rich history and unique geography, being the UK’s only island city. The venue hosts regular events for families and art lovers alike, alongside exhibitions and special displays centred around the history of the city and two galleries showing the city’s art collections.

download.jpeg
View fullsize

John Hansard Gallery

Southampton

John Hansard Gallery, part of the University of Southampton, is a leader in the field of contemporary art, supporting an international roster of artists while highlighting the culture of Southampton. The next exhibition to open at the gallery will be Trinity by Hetain Patel, featuring a new moving image work and two films, on show from 3rd August – 30th October 2021.

Hetain Patel, Trinity (2021), film still. Courtesy the artist.
View fullsizeHetain Patel, Trinity (2021), film still. Courtesy the artist.

Southampton City Art Centre

Southampton

Southampton City Art Centre has been a key institution on the city’s cultural scene since opening in 1939, with a collection of over 5,000 items spanning eight centuries, showcasing painting, sculpture, drawing, photography and film. The gallery offers workshops, exhibitions and events across the site, supported by an online offering. There are a number of exhibitions currently on show, including Face of Britain curated by Nahem Shoa, showcasing portraits of British individuals from the 17th century to present day.

© Joe Low Photography
View fullsize© Joe Low Photography

Russell-Cotes

Bournemouth

Built in 1901 by Merton Russell-Coates for his wife, the Russell-Coates building was one of the last Victorian houses to be built in England. Beautifully situated on a clifftop overlooking the sea, Russel-Coates is home to an impressive art collection both inside the gallery and throughout the gardens. Russel-Coates also features temporary exhibitions and events, currently showing Hidden Highlights - Life in Lockdown, featuring over 80 works from the fine art collection.

Russell-Cotes Art Gallery & Museum
View fullsizeRussell-Cotes Art Gallery & Museum

Penwith Gallery

Cornwall

The Penwith Gallery is home to the Penwith Society of Arts in Cornwall, a historic society founded in 1949 by Barbara Hepworth, Ben Nicholson, Peter Lanyon, Bernard Leach, Sven Berlin and Wilhelmina Barns-Graham. The gallery today is home to three public galleries, artist’s studios, a print workshop, sculpture courtyard, shop and archive. The Main Gallery exhibition currently on show is the Members Summer Exhibition, featuring a diverse selection of sculptures, ceramics, paintings, drawings and prints.

Richard Holliday 'Three Friends', Cornish soapstone
View fullsizeRichard Holliday 'Three Friends', Cornish soapstone

Dartington Trust

Devon

Dartington Trust, based in Totnes, Devon, is a centre for learning, arts, ecology and social justice, working with artists and thinkers on projects and exhibitions. Across the 1,200 acre site, visitors can experience cultural events, explore the agriculture in the grounds and take part in learning activities. Current exhibitions on show include HOPE: A KEVICC student exhibition and Tom Hammick Prints.

Image via Instagram
View fullsizeImage via Instagram

Circle Contemporary

Cornwall

Circle Contemporary is a contemporary gallery based in Cornwall, showcasing emerging and established artists across their two floors. The gallery has a focus on artists who take inspiration from the natural world with a spotlight on local Cornish artists and makers, while also bringing international artists into the programme. There are two exhibitions currently on show, In Summer and Pleasure-Go-Round.

PLEASURE-GO-ROUND, Simon Gaiger and Bernard Irwin, 03-30 July | Floor 2
View fullsizePLEASURE-GO-ROUND, Simon Gaiger and Bernard Irwin, 03-30 July | Floor 2

Tate St Ives

Cornwall

Tate originally opened their St Ives gallery in 1993 and later opened a refurbished space in 2017, with an increased exhibition space and additional art handling facilities to deal with the increased demand. The St Ives site is home to a permanent collection, temporary exhibitions, a shop, café and the Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden. There are two exhibition currently on show, Chaos, Connections and Collaboration and Haegue Yang: Strange Attractors.

Installation view of Haegue Yang: Strange Attractors at Tate St Ives, 2020. Photos: Tate (Matt Greenwood). Image courtesy of Tate St Ives.
View fullsizeInstallation view of Haegue Yang: Strange Attractors at Tate St Ives, 2020. Photos: Tate (Matt Greenwood). Image courtesy of Tate St Ives.
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Summer Holiday Series: Galleries to visit on the South Coast (Part 2)
This week, we are travelling from Portsmouth to St Ives, highlighting some of our favourite galleries along the way.

Welcome to part-two of our summer holiday series on the South Coast, providing you with plenty of arty inspiration for UK trips this year. This week, we are travelling from Portsmouth to St Ives, highlighting some of our favourite galleries along the way. You can find all these exhibitions and more on our free app.

Portsmouth Museum and Art Gallery

Portsmouth

Portsmouth Museum and Art Gallery celebrates the area for its rich history and unique geography, being the UK’s only island city. The venue hosts regular events for families and art lovers alike, alongside exhibitions and special displays centred around the history of the city and two galleries showing the city’s art collections.

download.jpeg
View fullsize

John Hansard Gallery

Southampton

John Hansard Gallery, part of the University of Southampton, is a leader in the field of contemporary art, supporting an international roster of artists while highlighting the culture of Southampton. The next exhibition to open at the gallery will be Trinity by Hetain Patel, featuring a new moving image work and two films, on show from 3rd August – 30th October 2021.

Hetain Patel, Trinity (2021), film still. Courtesy the artist.
View fullsizeHetain Patel, Trinity (2021), film still. Courtesy the artist.

Southampton City Art Centre

Southampton

Southampton City Art Centre has been a key institution on the city’s cultural scene since opening in 1939, with a collection of over 5,000 items spanning eight centuries, showcasing painting, sculpture, drawing, photography and film. The gallery offers workshops, exhibitions and events across the site, supported by an online offering. There are a number of exhibitions currently on show, including Face of Britain curated by Nahem Shoa, showcasing portraits of British individuals from the 17th century to present day.

© Joe Low Photography
View fullsize© Joe Low Photography

Russell-Cotes

Bournemouth

Built in 1901 by Merton Russell-Coates for his wife, the Russell-Coates building was one of the last Victorian houses to be built in England. Beautifully situated on a clifftop overlooking the sea, Russel-Coates is home to an impressive art collection both inside the gallery and throughout the gardens. Russel-Coates also features temporary exhibitions and events, currently showing Hidden Highlights - Life in Lockdown, featuring over 80 works from the fine art collection.

Russell-Cotes Art Gallery & Museum
View fullsizeRussell-Cotes Art Gallery & Museum

Penwith Gallery

Cornwall

The Penwith Gallery is home to the Penwith Society of Arts in Cornwall, a historic society founded in 1949 by Barbara Hepworth, Ben Nicholson, Peter Lanyon, Bernard Leach, Sven Berlin and Wilhelmina Barns-Graham. The gallery today is home to three public galleries, artist’s studios, a print workshop, sculpture courtyard, shop and archive. The Main Gallery exhibition currently on show is the Members Summer Exhibition, featuring a diverse selection of sculptures, ceramics, paintings, drawings and prints.

Richard Holliday 'Three Friends', Cornish soapstone
View fullsizeRichard Holliday 'Three Friends', Cornish soapstone

Dartington Trust

Devon

Dartington Trust, based in Totnes, Devon, is a centre for learning, arts, ecology and social justice, working with artists and thinkers on projects and exhibitions. Across the 1,200 acre site, visitors can experience cultural events, explore the agriculture in the grounds and take part in learning activities. Current exhibitions on show include HOPE: A KEVICC student exhibition and Tom Hammick Prints.

Image via Instagram
View fullsizeImage via Instagram

Circle Contemporary

Cornwall

Circle Contemporary is a contemporary gallery based in Cornwall, showcasing emerging and established artists across their two floors. The gallery has a focus on artists who take inspiration from the natural world with a spotlight on local Cornish artists and makers, while also bringing international artists into the programme. There are two exhibitions currently on show, In Summer and Pleasure-Go-Round.

PLEASURE-GO-ROUND, Simon Gaiger and Bernard Irwin, 03-30 July | Floor 2
View fullsizePLEASURE-GO-ROUND, Simon Gaiger and Bernard Irwin, 03-30 July | Floor 2

Tate St Ives

Cornwall

Tate originally opened their St Ives gallery in 1993 and later opened a refurbished space in 2017, with an increased exhibition space and additional art handling facilities to deal with the increased demand. The St Ives site is home to a permanent collection, temporary exhibitions, a shop, café and the Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden. There are two exhibition currently on show, Chaos, Connections and Collaboration and Haegue Yang: Strange Attractors.

Installation view of Haegue Yang: Strange Attractors at Tate St Ives, 2020. Photos: Tate (Matt Greenwood). Image courtesy of Tate St Ives.
View fullsizeInstallation view of Haegue Yang: Strange Attractors at Tate St Ives, 2020. Photos: Tate (Matt Greenwood). Image courtesy of Tate St Ives.
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Summer Holiday Series: Galleries to visit on the South Coast (Part 2)
This week, we are travelling from Portsmouth to St Ives, highlighting some of our favourite galleries along the way.

Welcome to part-two of our summer holiday series on the South Coast, providing you with plenty of arty inspiration for UK trips this year. This week, we are travelling from Portsmouth to St Ives, highlighting some of our favourite galleries along the way. You can find all these exhibitions and more on our free app.

Portsmouth Museum and Art Gallery

Portsmouth

Portsmouth Museum and Art Gallery celebrates the area for its rich history and unique geography, being the UK’s only island city. The venue hosts regular events for families and art lovers alike, alongside exhibitions and special displays centred around the history of the city and two galleries showing the city’s art collections.

download.jpeg
View fullsize

John Hansard Gallery

Southampton

John Hansard Gallery, part of the University of Southampton, is a leader in the field of contemporary art, supporting an international roster of artists while highlighting the culture of Southampton. The next exhibition to open at the gallery will be Trinity by Hetain Patel, featuring a new moving image work and two films, on show from 3rd August – 30th October 2021.

Hetain Patel, Trinity (2021), film still. Courtesy the artist.
View fullsizeHetain Patel, Trinity (2021), film still. Courtesy the artist.

Southampton City Art Centre

Southampton

Southampton City Art Centre has been a key institution on the city’s cultural scene since opening in 1939, with a collection of over 5,000 items spanning eight centuries, showcasing painting, sculpture, drawing, photography and film. The gallery offers workshops, exhibitions and events across the site, supported by an online offering. There are a number of exhibitions currently on show, including Face of Britain curated by Nahem Shoa, showcasing portraits of British individuals from the 17th century to present day.

© Joe Low Photography
View fullsize© Joe Low Photography

Russell-Cotes

Bournemouth

Built in 1901 by Merton Russell-Coates for his wife, the Russell-Coates building was one of the last Victorian houses to be built in England. Beautifully situated on a clifftop overlooking the sea, Russel-Coates is home to an impressive art collection both inside the gallery and throughout the gardens. Russel-Coates also features temporary exhibitions and events, currently showing Hidden Highlights - Life in Lockdown, featuring over 80 works from the fine art collection.

Russell-Cotes Art Gallery & Museum
View fullsizeRussell-Cotes Art Gallery & Museum

Penwith Gallery

Cornwall

The Penwith Gallery is home to the Penwith Society of Arts in Cornwall, a historic society founded in 1949 by Barbara Hepworth, Ben Nicholson, Peter Lanyon, Bernard Leach, Sven Berlin and Wilhelmina Barns-Graham. The gallery today is home to three public galleries, artist’s studios, a print workshop, sculpture courtyard, shop and archive. The Main Gallery exhibition currently on show is the Members Summer Exhibition, featuring a diverse selection of sculptures, ceramics, paintings, drawings and prints.

Richard Holliday 'Three Friends', Cornish soapstone
View fullsizeRichard Holliday 'Three Friends', Cornish soapstone

Dartington Trust

Devon

Dartington Trust, based in Totnes, Devon, is a centre for learning, arts, ecology and social justice, working with artists and thinkers on projects and exhibitions. Across the 1,200 acre site, visitors can experience cultural events, explore the agriculture in the grounds and take part in learning activities. Current exhibitions on show include HOPE: A KEVICC student exhibition and Tom Hammick Prints.

Image via Instagram
View fullsizeImage via Instagram

Circle Contemporary

Cornwall

Circle Contemporary is a contemporary gallery based in Cornwall, showcasing emerging and established artists across their two floors. The gallery has a focus on artists who take inspiration from the natural world with a spotlight on local Cornish artists and makers, while also bringing international artists into the programme. There are two exhibitions currently on show, In Summer and Pleasure-Go-Round.

PLEASURE-GO-ROUND, Simon Gaiger and Bernard Irwin, 03-30 July | Floor 2
View fullsizePLEASURE-GO-ROUND, Simon Gaiger and Bernard Irwin, 03-30 July | Floor 2

Tate St Ives

Cornwall

Tate originally opened their St Ives gallery in 1993 and later opened a refurbished space in 2017, with an increased exhibition space and additional art handling facilities to deal with the increased demand. The St Ives site is home to a permanent collection, temporary exhibitions, a shop, café and the Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden. There are two exhibition currently on show, Chaos, Connections and Collaboration and Haegue Yang: Strange Attractors.

Installation view of Haegue Yang: Strange Attractors at Tate St Ives, 2020. Photos: Tate (Matt Greenwood). Image courtesy of Tate St Ives.
View fullsizeInstallation view of Haegue Yang: Strange Attractors at Tate St Ives, 2020. Photos: Tate (Matt Greenwood). Image courtesy of Tate St Ives.
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Summer Holiday Series: Galleries to visit on the South Coast (Part 2)
This week, we are travelling from Portsmouth to St Ives, highlighting some of our favourite galleries along the way.

Welcome to part-two of our summer holiday series on the South Coast, providing you with plenty of arty inspiration for UK trips this year. This week, we are travelling from Portsmouth to St Ives, highlighting some of our favourite galleries along the way. You can find all these exhibitions and more on our free app.

Portsmouth Museum and Art Gallery

Portsmouth

Portsmouth Museum and Art Gallery celebrates the area for its rich history and unique geography, being the UK’s only island city. The venue hosts regular events for families and art lovers alike, alongside exhibitions and special displays centred around the history of the city and two galleries showing the city’s art collections.

download.jpeg
View fullsize

John Hansard Gallery

Southampton

John Hansard Gallery, part of the University of Southampton, is a leader in the field of contemporary art, supporting an international roster of artists while highlighting the culture of Southampton. The next exhibition to open at the gallery will be Trinity by Hetain Patel, featuring a new moving image work and two films, on show from 3rd August – 30th October 2021.

Hetain Patel, Trinity (2021), film still. Courtesy the artist.
View fullsizeHetain Patel, Trinity (2021), film still. Courtesy the artist.

Southampton City Art Centre

Southampton

Southampton City Art Centre has been a key institution on the city’s cultural scene since opening in 1939, with a collection of over 5,000 items spanning eight centuries, showcasing painting, sculpture, drawing, photography and film. The gallery offers workshops, exhibitions and events across the site, supported by an online offering. There are a number of exhibitions currently on show, including Face of Britain curated by Nahem Shoa, showcasing portraits of British individuals from the 17th century to present day.

© Joe Low Photography
View fullsize© Joe Low Photography

Russell-Cotes

Bournemouth

Built in 1901 by Merton Russell-Coates for his wife, the Russell-Coates building was one of the last Victorian houses to be built in England. Beautifully situated on a clifftop overlooking the sea, Russel-Coates is home to an impressive art collection both inside the gallery and throughout the gardens. Russel-Coates also features temporary exhibitions and events, currently showing Hidden Highlights - Life in Lockdown, featuring over 80 works from the fine art collection.

Russell-Cotes Art Gallery & Museum
View fullsizeRussell-Cotes Art Gallery & Museum

Penwith Gallery

Cornwall

The Penwith Gallery is home to the Penwith Society of Arts in Cornwall, a historic society founded in 1949 by Barbara Hepworth, Ben Nicholson, Peter Lanyon, Bernard Leach, Sven Berlin and Wilhelmina Barns-Graham. The gallery today is home to three public galleries, artist’s studios, a print workshop, sculpture courtyard, shop and archive. The Main Gallery exhibition currently on show is the Members Summer Exhibition, featuring a diverse selection of sculptures, ceramics, paintings, drawings and prints.

Richard Holliday 'Three Friends', Cornish soapstone
View fullsizeRichard Holliday 'Three Friends', Cornish soapstone

Dartington Trust

Devon

Dartington Trust, based in Totnes, Devon, is a centre for learning, arts, ecology and social justice, working with artists and thinkers on projects and exhibitions. Across the 1,200 acre site, visitors can experience cultural events, explore the agriculture in the grounds and take part in learning activities. Current exhibitions on show include HOPE: A KEVICC student exhibition and Tom Hammick Prints.

Image via Instagram
View fullsizeImage via Instagram

Circle Contemporary

Cornwall

Circle Contemporary is a contemporary gallery based in Cornwall, showcasing emerging and established artists across their two floors. The gallery has a focus on artists who take inspiration from the natural world with a spotlight on local Cornish artists and makers, while also bringing international artists into the programme. There are two exhibitions currently on show, In Summer and Pleasure-Go-Round.

PLEASURE-GO-ROUND, Simon Gaiger and Bernard Irwin, 03-30 July | Floor 2
View fullsizePLEASURE-GO-ROUND, Simon Gaiger and Bernard Irwin, 03-30 July | Floor 2

Tate St Ives

Cornwall

Tate originally opened their St Ives gallery in 1993 and later opened a refurbished space in 2017, with an increased exhibition space and additional art handling facilities to deal with the increased demand. The St Ives site is home to a permanent collection, temporary exhibitions, a shop, café and the Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden. There are two exhibition currently on show, Chaos, Connections and Collaboration and Haegue Yang: Strange Attractors.

Installation view of Haegue Yang: Strange Attractors at Tate St Ives, 2020. Photos: Tate (Matt Greenwood). Image courtesy of Tate St Ives.
View fullsizeInstallation view of Haegue Yang: Strange Attractors at Tate St Ives, 2020. Photos: Tate (Matt Greenwood). Image courtesy of Tate St Ives.
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Summer Holiday Series: Galleries to visit on the South Coast (Part 2)

Welcome to part-two of our summer holiday series on the South Coast, providing you with plenty of arty inspiration for UK trips this year. This week, we are travelling from Portsmouth to St Ives, highlighting some of our favourite galleries along the way. You can find all these exhibitions and more on our free app.

Portsmouth Museum and Art Gallery

Portsmouth

Portsmouth Museum and Art Gallery celebrates the area for its rich history and unique geography, being the UK’s only island city. The venue hosts regular events for families and art lovers alike, alongside exhibitions and special displays centred around the history of the city and two galleries showing the city’s art collections.

download.jpeg
View fullsize

John Hansard Gallery

Southampton

John Hansard Gallery, part of the University of Southampton, is a leader in the field of contemporary art, supporting an international roster of artists while highlighting the culture of Southampton. The next exhibition to open at the gallery will be Trinity by Hetain Patel, featuring a new moving image work and two films, on show from 3rd August – 30th October 2021.

Hetain Patel, Trinity (2021), film still. Courtesy the artist.
View fullsizeHetain Patel, Trinity (2021), film still. Courtesy the artist.

Southampton City Art Centre

Southampton

Southampton City Art Centre has been a key institution on the city’s cultural scene since opening in 1939, with a collection of over 5,000 items spanning eight centuries, showcasing painting, sculpture, drawing, photography and film. The gallery offers workshops, exhibitions and events across the site, supported by an online offering. There are a number of exhibitions currently on show, including Face of Britain curated by Nahem Shoa, showcasing portraits of British individuals from the 17th century to present day.

© Joe Low Photography
View fullsize© Joe Low Photography

Russell-Cotes

Bournemouth

Built in 1901 by Merton Russell-Coates for his wife, the Russell-Coates building was one of the last Victorian houses to be built in England. Beautifully situated on a clifftop overlooking the sea, Russel-Coates is home to an impressive art collection both inside the gallery and throughout the gardens. Russel-Coates also features temporary exhibitions and events, currently showing Hidden Highlights - Life in Lockdown, featuring over 80 works from the fine art collection.

Russell-Cotes Art Gallery & Museum
View fullsizeRussell-Cotes Art Gallery & Museum

Penwith Gallery

Cornwall

The Penwith Gallery is home to the Penwith Society of Arts in Cornwall, a historic society founded in 1949 by Barbara Hepworth, Ben Nicholson, Peter Lanyon, Bernard Leach, Sven Berlin and Wilhelmina Barns-Graham. The gallery today is home to three public galleries, artist’s studios, a print workshop, sculpture courtyard, shop and archive. The Main Gallery exhibition currently on show is the Members Summer Exhibition, featuring a diverse selection of sculptures, ceramics, paintings, drawings and prints.

Richard Holliday 'Three Friends', Cornish soapstone
View fullsizeRichard Holliday 'Three Friends', Cornish soapstone

Dartington Trust

Devon

Dartington Trust, based in Totnes, Devon, is a centre for learning, arts, ecology and social justice, working with artists and thinkers on projects and exhibitions. Across the 1,200 acre site, visitors can experience cultural events, explore the agriculture in the grounds and take part in learning activities. Current exhibitions on show include HOPE: A KEVICC student exhibition and Tom Hammick Prints.

Image via Instagram
View fullsizeImage via Instagram

Circle Contemporary

Cornwall

Circle Contemporary is a contemporary gallery based in Cornwall, showcasing emerging and established artists across their two floors. The gallery has a focus on artists who take inspiration from the natural world with a spotlight on local Cornish artists and makers, while also bringing international artists into the programme. There are two exhibitions currently on show, In Summer and Pleasure-Go-Round.

PLEASURE-GO-ROUND, Simon Gaiger and Bernard Irwin, 03-30 July | Floor 2
View fullsizePLEASURE-GO-ROUND, Simon Gaiger and Bernard Irwin, 03-30 July | Floor 2

Tate St Ives

Cornwall

Tate originally opened their St Ives gallery in 1993 and later opened a refurbished space in 2017, with an increased exhibition space and additional art handling facilities to deal with the increased demand. The St Ives site is home to a permanent collection, temporary exhibitions, a shop, café and the Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden. There are two exhibition currently on show, Chaos, Connections and Collaboration and Haegue Yang: Strange Attractors.

Installation view of Haegue Yang: Strange Attractors at Tate St Ives, 2020. Photos: Tate (Matt Greenwood). Image courtesy of Tate St Ives.
View fullsizeInstallation view of Haegue Yang: Strange Attractors at Tate St Ives, 2020. Photos: Tate (Matt Greenwood). Image courtesy of Tate St Ives.
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Summer Holiday Series: Galleries to visit on the South Coast (Part 2)
This week, we are travelling from Portsmouth to St Ives, highlighting some of our favourite galleries along the way.

Welcome to part-two of our summer holiday series on the South Coast, providing you with plenty of arty inspiration for UK trips this year. This week, we are travelling from Portsmouth to St Ives, highlighting some of our favourite galleries along the way. You can find all these exhibitions and more on our free app.

Portsmouth Museum and Art Gallery

Portsmouth

Portsmouth Museum and Art Gallery celebrates the area for its rich history and unique geography, being the UK’s only island city. The venue hosts regular events for families and art lovers alike, alongside exhibitions and special displays centred around the history of the city and two galleries showing the city’s art collections.

download.jpeg
View fullsize

John Hansard Gallery

Southampton

John Hansard Gallery, part of the University of Southampton, is a leader in the field of contemporary art, supporting an international roster of artists while highlighting the culture of Southampton. The next exhibition to open at the gallery will be Trinity by Hetain Patel, featuring a new moving image work and two films, on show from 3rd August – 30th October 2021.

Hetain Patel, Trinity (2021), film still. Courtesy the artist.
View fullsizeHetain Patel, Trinity (2021), film still. Courtesy the artist.

Southampton City Art Centre

Southampton

Southampton City Art Centre has been a key institution on the city’s cultural scene since opening in 1939, with a collection of over 5,000 items spanning eight centuries, showcasing painting, sculpture, drawing, photography and film. The gallery offers workshops, exhibitions and events across the site, supported by an online offering. There are a number of exhibitions currently on show, including Face of Britain curated by Nahem Shoa, showcasing portraits of British individuals from the 17th century to present day.

© Joe Low Photography
View fullsize© Joe Low Photography

Russell-Cotes

Bournemouth

Built in 1901 by Merton Russell-Coates for his wife, the Russell-Coates building was one of the last Victorian houses to be built in England. Beautifully situated on a clifftop overlooking the sea, Russel-Coates is home to an impressive art collection both inside the gallery and throughout the gardens. Russel-Coates also features temporary exhibitions and events, currently showing Hidden Highlights - Life in Lockdown, featuring over 80 works from the fine art collection.

Russell-Cotes Art Gallery & Museum
View fullsizeRussell-Cotes Art Gallery & Museum

Penwith Gallery

Cornwall

The Penwith Gallery is home to the Penwith Society of Arts in Cornwall, a historic society founded in 1949 by Barbara Hepworth, Ben Nicholson, Peter Lanyon, Bernard Leach, Sven Berlin and Wilhelmina Barns-Graham. The gallery today is home to three public galleries, artist’s studios, a print workshop, sculpture courtyard, shop and archive. The Main Gallery exhibition currently on show is the Members Summer Exhibition, featuring a diverse selection of sculptures, ceramics, paintings, drawings and prints.

Richard Holliday 'Three Friends', Cornish soapstone
View fullsizeRichard Holliday 'Three Friends', Cornish soapstone

Dartington Trust

Devon

Dartington Trust, based in Totnes, Devon, is a centre for learning, arts, ecology and social justice, working with artists and thinkers on projects and exhibitions. Across the 1,200 acre site, visitors can experience cultural events, explore the agriculture in the grounds and take part in learning activities. Current exhibitions on show include HOPE: A KEVICC student exhibition and Tom Hammick Prints.

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Circle Contemporary

Cornwall

Circle Contemporary is a contemporary gallery based in Cornwall, showcasing emerging and established artists across their two floors. The gallery has a focus on artists who take inspiration from the natural world with a spotlight on local Cornish artists and makers, while also bringing international artists into the programme. There are two exhibitions currently on show, In Summer and Pleasure-Go-Round.

PLEASURE-GO-ROUND, Simon Gaiger and Bernard Irwin, 03-30 July | Floor 2
View fullsizePLEASURE-GO-ROUND, Simon Gaiger and Bernard Irwin, 03-30 July | Floor 2

Tate St Ives

Cornwall

Tate originally opened their St Ives gallery in 1993 and later opened a refurbished space in 2017, with an increased exhibition space and additional art handling facilities to deal with the increased demand. The St Ives site is home to a permanent collection, temporary exhibitions, a shop, café and the Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden. There are two exhibition currently on show, Chaos, Connections and Collaboration and Haegue Yang: Strange Attractors.

Installation view of Haegue Yang: Strange Attractors at Tate St Ives, 2020. Photos: Tate (Matt Greenwood). Image courtesy of Tate St Ives.
View fullsizeInstallation view of Haegue Yang: Strange Attractors at Tate St Ives, 2020. Photos: Tate (Matt Greenwood). Image courtesy of Tate St Ives.
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Summer Holiday Series: Galleries to visit on the South Coast (Part 2)
This week, we are travelling from Portsmouth to St Ives, highlighting some of our favourite galleries along the way.

Welcome to part-two of our summer holiday series on the South Coast, providing you with plenty of arty inspiration for UK trips this year. This week, we are travelling from Portsmouth to St Ives, highlighting some of our favourite galleries along the way. You can find all these exhibitions and more on our free app.

Portsmouth Museum and Art Gallery

Portsmouth

Portsmouth Museum and Art Gallery celebrates the area for its rich history and unique geography, being the UK’s only island city. The venue hosts regular events for families and art lovers alike, alongside exhibitions and special displays centred around the history of the city and two galleries showing the city’s art collections.

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John Hansard Gallery

Southampton

John Hansard Gallery, part of the University of Southampton, is a leader in the field of contemporary art, supporting an international roster of artists while highlighting the culture of Southampton. The next exhibition to open at the gallery will be Trinity by Hetain Patel, featuring a new moving image work and two films, on show from 3rd August – 30th October 2021.

Hetain Patel, Trinity (2021), film still. Courtesy the artist.
View fullsizeHetain Patel, Trinity (2021), film still. Courtesy the artist.

Southampton City Art Centre

Southampton

Southampton City Art Centre has been a key institution on the city’s cultural scene since opening in 1939, with a collection of over 5,000 items spanning eight centuries, showcasing painting, sculpture, drawing, photography and film. The gallery offers workshops, exhibitions and events across the site, supported by an online offering. There are a number of exhibitions currently on show, including Face of Britain curated by Nahem Shoa, showcasing portraits of British individuals from the 17th century to present day.

© Joe Low Photography
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Russell-Cotes

Bournemouth

Built in 1901 by Merton Russell-Coates for his wife, the Russell-Coates building was one of the last Victorian houses to be built in England. Beautifully situated on a clifftop overlooking the sea, Russel-Coates is home to an impressive art collection both inside the gallery and throughout the gardens. Russel-Coates also features temporary exhibitions and events, currently showing Hidden Highlights - Life in Lockdown, featuring over 80 works from the fine art collection.

Russell-Cotes Art Gallery & Museum
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Penwith Gallery

Cornwall

The Penwith Gallery is home to the Penwith Society of Arts in Cornwall, a historic society founded in 1949 by Barbara Hepworth, Ben Nicholson, Peter Lanyon, Bernard Leach, Sven Berlin and Wilhelmina Barns-Graham. The gallery today is home to three public galleries, artist’s studios, a print workshop, sculpture courtyard, shop and archive. The Main Gallery exhibition currently on show is the Members Summer Exhibition, featuring a diverse selection of sculptures, ceramics, paintings, drawings and prints.

Richard Holliday 'Three Friends', Cornish soapstone
View fullsizeRichard Holliday 'Three Friends', Cornish soapstone

Dartington Trust

Devon

Dartington Trust, based in Totnes, Devon, is a centre for learning, arts, ecology and social justice, working with artists and thinkers on projects and exhibitions. Across the 1,200 acre site, visitors can experience cultural events, explore the agriculture in the grounds and take part in learning activities. Current exhibitions on show include HOPE: A KEVICC student exhibition and Tom Hammick Prints.

Image via Instagram
View fullsizeImage via Instagram

Circle Contemporary

Cornwall

Circle Contemporary is a contemporary gallery based in Cornwall, showcasing emerging and established artists across their two floors. The gallery has a focus on artists who take inspiration from the natural world with a spotlight on local Cornish artists and makers, while also bringing international artists into the programme. There are two exhibitions currently on show, In Summer and Pleasure-Go-Round.

PLEASURE-GO-ROUND, Simon Gaiger and Bernard Irwin, 03-30 July | Floor 2
View fullsizePLEASURE-GO-ROUND, Simon Gaiger and Bernard Irwin, 03-30 July | Floor 2

Tate St Ives

Cornwall

Tate originally opened their St Ives gallery in 1993 and later opened a refurbished space in 2017, with an increased exhibition space and additional art handling facilities to deal with the increased demand. The St Ives site is home to a permanent collection, temporary exhibitions, a shop, café and the Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden. There are two exhibition currently on show, Chaos, Connections and Collaboration and Haegue Yang: Strange Attractors.

Installation view of Haegue Yang: Strange Attractors at Tate St Ives, 2020. Photos: Tate (Matt Greenwood). Image courtesy of Tate St Ives.
View fullsizeInstallation view of Haegue Yang: Strange Attractors at Tate St Ives, 2020. Photos: Tate (Matt Greenwood). Image courtesy of Tate St Ives.
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Summer Holiday Series: Galleries to visit on the South Coast (Part 2)
This week, we are travelling from Portsmouth to St Ives, highlighting some of our favourite galleries along the way.

Welcome to part-two of our summer holiday series on the South Coast, providing you with plenty of arty inspiration for UK trips this year. This week, we are travelling from Portsmouth to St Ives, highlighting some of our favourite galleries along the way. You can find all these exhibitions and more on our free app.

Portsmouth Museum and Art Gallery

Portsmouth

Portsmouth Museum and Art Gallery celebrates the area for its rich history and unique geography, being the UK’s only island city. The venue hosts regular events for families and art lovers alike, alongside exhibitions and special displays centred around the history of the city and two galleries showing the city’s art collections.

download.jpeg
View fullsize

John Hansard Gallery

Southampton

John Hansard Gallery, part of the University of Southampton, is a leader in the field of contemporary art, supporting an international roster of artists while highlighting the culture of Southampton. The next exhibition to open at the gallery will be Trinity by Hetain Patel, featuring a new moving image work and two films, on show from 3rd August – 30th October 2021.

Hetain Patel, Trinity (2021), film still. Courtesy the artist.
View fullsizeHetain Patel, Trinity (2021), film still. Courtesy the artist.

Southampton City Art Centre

Southampton

Southampton City Art Centre has been a key institution on the city’s cultural scene since opening in 1939, with a collection of over 5,000 items spanning eight centuries, showcasing painting, sculpture, drawing, photography and film. The gallery offers workshops, exhibitions and events across the site, supported by an online offering. There are a number of exhibitions currently on show, including Face of Britain curated by Nahem Shoa, showcasing portraits of British individuals from the 17th century to present day.

© Joe Low Photography
View fullsize© Joe Low Photography

Russell-Cotes

Bournemouth

Built in 1901 by Merton Russell-Coates for his wife, the Russell-Coates building was one of the last Victorian houses to be built in England. Beautifully situated on a clifftop overlooking the sea, Russel-Coates is home to an impressive art collection both inside the gallery and throughout the gardens. Russel-Coates also features temporary exhibitions and events, currently showing Hidden Highlights - Life in Lockdown, featuring over 80 works from the fine art collection.

Russell-Cotes Art Gallery & Museum
View fullsizeRussell-Cotes Art Gallery & Museum

Penwith Gallery

Cornwall

The Penwith Gallery is home to the Penwith Society of Arts in Cornwall, a historic society founded in 1949 by Barbara Hepworth, Ben Nicholson, Peter Lanyon, Bernard Leach, Sven Berlin and Wilhelmina Barns-Graham. The gallery today is home to three public galleries, artist’s studios, a print workshop, sculpture courtyard, shop and archive. The Main Gallery exhibition currently on show is the Members Summer Exhibition, featuring a diverse selection of sculptures, ceramics, paintings, drawings and prints.

Richard Holliday 'Three Friends', Cornish soapstone
View fullsizeRichard Holliday 'Three Friends', Cornish soapstone

Dartington Trust

Devon

Dartington Trust, based in Totnes, Devon, is a centre for learning, arts, ecology and social justice, working with artists and thinkers on projects and exhibitions. Across the 1,200 acre site, visitors can experience cultural events, explore the agriculture in the grounds and take part in learning activities. Current exhibitions on show include HOPE: A KEVICC student exhibition and Tom Hammick Prints.

Image via Instagram
View fullsizeImage via Instagram

Circle Contemporary

Cornwall

Circle Contemporary is a contemporary gallery based in Cornwall, showcasing emerging and established artists across their two floors. The gallery has a focus on artists who take inspiration from the natural world with a spotlight on local Cornish artists and makers, while also bringing international artists into the programme. There are two exhibitions currently on show, In Summer and Pleasure-Go-Round.

PLEASURE-GO-ROUND, Simon Gaiger and Bernard Irwin, 03-30 July | Floor 2
View fullsizePLEASURE-GO-ROUND, Simon Gaiger and Bernard Irwin, 03-30 July | Floor 2

Tate St Ives

Cornwall

Tate originally opened their St Ives gallery in 1993 and later opened a refurbished space in 2017, with an increased exhibition space and additional art handling facilities to deal with the increased demand. The St Ives site is home to a permanent collection, temporary exhibitions, a shop, café and the Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden. There are two exhibition currently on show, Chaos, Connections and Collaboration and Haegue Yang: Strange Attractors.

Installation view of Haegue Yang: Strange Attractors at Tate St Ives, 2020. Photos: Tate (Matt Greenwood). Image courtesy of Tate St Ives.
View fullsizeInstallation view of Haegue Yang: Strange Attractors at Tate St Ives, 2020. Photos: Tate (Matt Greenwood). Image courtesy of Tate St Ives.
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