Nottingham Contemporary

Nottingham Contemporary is one of Britain’s largest and leading not-for-profit centres for contemporary art. Opening in 2009 in a striking, purpose built building designed by architects Caruso St. John. It has consistently shown ambition within its contemporary art programme and has been described by press such as The Observer as “constantly inventive”.

Opening with a solo David Hockney exhibition, it has since gone on to showcase internationally renowned artists such as Glenn Ligon and Simon Starling, to hosting exciting up and coming artists such as Marguerite Humeau. With a strong sense of local purpose, it is not only the contemporary art programme which is improving Nottingham Contemporary’s surrounding communities – With stimulating and inventive education and public programmes produced alongside every exhibition, it has become a valuable cultural and social hub which attracts national and international visitors.

Weekday Cross, Nottingham, United Kingdom (UK) (GB).

available works

Marguerite Humeau - FOXP2 (Mutation) - 2016

Marguerite Humeau

FOXP2 (Mutation)

Otobong Nkanga - Steel to Rust – Arrested - 2016

Otobong Nkanga

Steel to Rust – Arrested

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