With a variety of galleries across Brighton, we’ve selected the top five art galleries for this month, showcasing local and national artwork.
Street Artists are congregating together to show you the best of this country’s future urban art. This exhibition aims to give you the snapshot of street artists in the future. Blending traditional and contemporary influences, you’ll be in awe of the talent on show. Leading artists Mr Zero, Fatheat, SNUB23 and Inkfetish will be joined by many more to showcase their work on canvas, sketches ,prints and 3D, undoubtedly gaining its place in our top five galleries for May.
Exploring all the hidden histories of Gypsies travellers, Delaine LeBas Draws upon her Romany heritage and family ties to the New Forest area to create this astounding exhibition in our top five galleries this May. Using the various forms of photography, film and archival material, as well as textiles and and costumes hand printed and embroidered by the artist, this exhibition will shine a light on the Gypsy hidden mysteries.
Find your inner happiness with Invisible Flock, as they invite you to create a map of happiness in Brighton. Design your own portrait of people’s lives, taking joyful memories from local residents and interweaving them in the form of art. The ONCA gallery will be transformed into a 3D map of Brighton where you can plot all your own happy memories, in a life-changing event.
Get a glimpse into the despair, death and desperation of World War One in Flanders Field and across Europe. Vere Benett-Stanford, heir to Preston Manor, served King and country in the Royal Field Artillery during WW1. Visit this fascinating display of personal archive material, photographs, letters and medals and get a taste of his experiences of war in France
With artwork chosen from the Arts Council Collection, this exhibition helps to tell the beautiful story of home of Brighton and Hove residents, between the Downs and the sea. Featuring seascapes by L S Lowry and Jeffery Camp; rural scenes by Peter Doig and Edward Burra; and urban images by Carel Weight and David Redfern, the different and abstract collection will be an eye opener.