Rodney Graham is a Canadian artist whose genre defying avant-garde experimentalism has confounded and thrilled audiences in museums and galleries all over the world. This major exhibition combines works in film and video with an extensive presentation of his photographic images.
Holly Hendry (b. London, 1990) presents an entirely new body of work for her first solo exhibition in a UK arts institution.
This group exhibition draws attention to the journey undertaken by migrants and refugees to cross the Mediterranean Sea.
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A major survey exhibition of one of the most vital artists to have emerged during the mid-1990s.
Covenant Transport Move or Die
BALTIC is pleased to present the UK premiere of Amanda Beech’s Covenant Transport Move or Die 2016. This five channel video installation delivers a heady mix of analogue-style pop and video game aesthetics.
Lithuanian artist Deimantas Narkevičius presents a new 3D film. 20 July 2015 traces the removal of several socialist realist sculptures from a prominent site in central Vilnius, known as the Green Bridge.
View details of this past exhibition on BALTIC+ online archive
Athens-based Christiana Soulou makes complex drawings that investigate the nature of being human and its many conditions. The expressive lines and expansive re-imagining of forms in her work often derive from literature.
Jumana Emil Abboud works with drawing, installation, video and performance, exploring personal and collective memory, loss, longing and belonging. Inspired by the cultural landscape of her home, Abboud draws on the traditions of Palestinian folklore and myth-making by collecting stories and fairy tales.
Omer Fast uses complex narrative structures to explore the different ways stories are constructed. Blurring the boundaries between "reality" and "representation" and between document and artifice, his practice questions the status of the image. This exhibition, co-produced with Jeu de Paume, Paris and Kunsten Museum of Modern Art, Aalborg, presented new and recent work.