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The exhibition traces how David Lynch – probably best known as a film and television director – uses ‘naming’ in film, photography, drawings, watercolours, painting and prints from 1968 to the present. mima is delighted to be the first UK venue to present the exhibition, originally shown in Los Angeles, California.
Derek Eland is a multi-media artist whose work is primarily focused on engaging with people about what it is like to ‘be human’ in stressful and difficult situations. In 2011 he worked as an official War Artist embedded with the British Army in Helmand, Afghanistan. Diary Rooms describes the results of Derek’s time there.
I, Cave is a new solo exhibition from British artist Georgina Starr. Starr’s early works brought her to international attention in the 1990s, and since then she has developed a distinct language through the use of video, sculpture, performance, writing and sound.
Presenting Stephen McKenna’s largest solo exhibition in over a decade. The paintings, drawings and watercolours, made between 1980 and the present, reflect the cities, landscapes and people across Europe alongside the history and contents of its museums.
mima gallery and shop opening times:
Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday & Saturday 10.00am – 4.30pm
Thursday 10.00am – 7.00pm
Sun 12.00 – 4.00pm
mima reception is open during gallery opening times: 01642 931 232
Easter 2015 opening times:
Closed Friday 3rd, Sunday 5th & Monday 6th April (Good Friday, Easter Sunday and Easter Monday)
Open as usual Saturday 4th April (10.00am – 4.30pm)
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Perspectives of Europe 1980 – 2014 is Stephen McKenna’s largest museum solo…