BxNU MFA | Interim Exhibition
Living Room marked the mid point of the BxNU Master of Fine Art programme where the artists bring the diverse trajectories of their individual practices together to present a collective exhibition.
BxNU MFA | Graduate Exhibition
A group exhibition showcasing the work of graduates of the BxNU Master of Fine Art, a course delivered by Northumbria University in partnership with BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art.
Alt:Mix was a multimedia exhibition in BALTIC’s project space at BALTIC 39 created by Art Mix (previously Blah Blah Blah) a group of 14-19 years olds who meet regularly to take part in unique opportunities at BALTIC.
A programme of films by Sebastian Buerkner, Saeed Taji Farouky and Jessica Sarah Rinland is presented in the temporary screening space.
Mai Hofstad Gunnes (born 1977), lives and works in Oslo, Norway. Gunnes reconsiders the frameworks we live and use within society in conjunction with our many forms of categorisation.
Madhusudhanan: The Marx Archive – Logic of Disappearance
Pallavi Paul: Trilogy
BALTIC’s project space at BALTIC 39
Newcastle upon Tyne
Festival opening hours: Tue – Sun 12.00-20.00 / Thu 12.00-20.00
10 exhibitions were held in the project space at BALTIC 39 from 20 January – 21 February 2016. BALTIC 39 | FIGURE THREE was an opportunity for artists to test works and ideas, or to develop works in progress within a public context.
An exhibition of new and recent work by artist Peter J Evans in BALTIC’s project space at BALTIC 39, Newcastle upon Tyne. Evans is interested in the nature and ideas of finite truth in an infinitely changeable universe and works with drawing, sculpture, installation, performance and sound in an attempt to make sense of the ungraspable realities we live within.
BALTIC’s project space at BALTIC 39 presented for the first time the annual Woon Foundation Painting and Sculpture Art Prize exhibition, a vibrant exhibition of talented graduating artists from across the country.
This unique and highly prestigious award, presented in partnership with Northumbria University, was made possible by their alumnus and keen art collector Mr Wee Teng Woon and his three brothers. 2015's exhibition was selected by BALTIC Professor Christine Borland, BALTIC Chief Curator, Laurence Sillars, Fiona Bradley, Director of The Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh and Jenni Lomax, Director at Camden Art Gallery, London.