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WW2 – War pictures by British artists (part of Terrain & Conflict: Repercussions)

November 10 - December 29
Young Gallery, Salisbury Library, Market Place
Salisbury, Wiltshire SP1 1BL
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This exhibition complements Arabella Dorman’s work. Portraits and images of war produced by war artists provide a potent insight into the elements of conflict – the machines employed, and the people engaged, in warfare. Plus the effects on landscape and the subsequent fallout endured by civilians, domestic animals and wildlife – and the poverty, homelessness … Continue reading WW2 – War pictures by British artists (part of Terrain & Conflict: Repercussions)

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Young Gallery Members Exhibition 2018

November 17 - December 8
Young Gallery, Salisbury Library, Market Place
Salisbury, Wiltshire SP1 1BL
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Gallery 1 Celebrating 12 months in which Salisbury’s Young Gallery has exhibited, separately, the work of artists such as Kathe Kollwitz, Piper, Sutherland, Auerbach, Kiff, Bacon, Hockney and Freud the gallery’s Members Group will present a Group show commencing 17 November. Collated by the Group’s Val Stephenson, work by 17 artists will be represented. Image shown … Continue reading Young Gallery Members Exhibition 2018

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Arabella Dorman – Stateless (as part of Terrain & Conflict: Repercussions)

November 17, 2018 - January 12, 2019
Young Gallery, Salisbury Library, Market Place
Salisbury, Wiltshire SP1 1BL
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Arabella’s work draws together the physical evidence of forced migration. Portraits and images of war - especially the effects of war on civilians - currently comprise her principle focus. Arabella’s conflict art is drawn from first-hand experience of working alongside British armed forces in Iraq (2006), Afghanistan (2009 – 2014) and, more recently, with refugees … Continue reading Arabella Dorman – Stateless (as part of Terrain & Conflict: Repercussions)

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