A blog of news, events and comment from The Fry Art Gallery.
For the first time, the Fry Art Gallery is to dedicate a full season and all of its gallery space to a single exhibition: Edward Bawden at Home. Opening on the 1st of April 2018 and running until the 28th of October 2018, the show will include around 200 artworks and other items. These will … Continue reading ‘Edward Bawden at Home’ at the Fry Art Gallery
What could a leading portrait painter make from the collection at the Fry Art Gallery? That’s the question raised – and answered – by the new exhibition, Connections, which runs at the Gallery from the 9th September to the 29th October 2017. Connections is curated by Benjamin Sullivan. Benjamin has established himself as a major … Continue reading Benjamin Sullivan on ‘Connections’
Michael Rothenstein described his workplace as a ‘studio-laboratory’, and nothing comes through more strongly from the diverse, sometimes startling images on show in the Fry Art Gallery’s current exhibition, Michael Rothenstein: Sustained Invention (27th May to 3rd September 2017) than the artist’s desire to experiment in the print making process. Complementing the large, major pieces … Continue reading Rothenstein at the Frontiers of Printmaking
The Fry Art Gallery is hosting a sale of works by twentieth century British artists on the weekend of the 24th and 25th of June 2017. The event will be an opportunity to buy original works at reasonable prices, and will include pieces from artists such as Ceri Richards, Norman Ackroyd, Charles Bartlett and … Continue reading Sale of Works by 20th Century British Artists 24/25th June 2017