Until December 2019
Floors 1 & 2
To coincide with the 60th anniversary year of Jacob Epstein’s death, this year we are celebrating sculpture in all forms throughout our Collections programme.
This major solo exhibition by acclaimed contemporary sculptor Daniel Silver celebrates the Gallery’s longstanding commitment to sculpture, and making links between historic and making links between historic and contemporary art, in the 60th anniversary year of Jacob Epstein’s death.
Linked to the 2018 British Museum exhibition Rodin and the art of ancient Greece, this Spotlight loan from the British Museum brings key national works to three regional galleries across the UK, inlcuding The Tinker, from the Burrell Collection, Glasgow.
Sarah Taylor Silverwood uses drawing and language as material to produce publications, animation and installation works. Daphne considers the relationship between women and language, taking the ancient Greek myth of Daphne and Apollo as a focus.
Mitti Ka Ghar means “house made of earth” in Urdu.
The house has been built and decorated by artist Mahtab Hussain with members of the local community.
It is based on traditional Kashmiri mud houses, still found in parts of the region.
The New Art Gallery Walsall is delighted to host the second of two 2018 graduates from the MA Fine Art course at the Univery of Wolverhampton.
Gallery Opening Times:
Tuesday – Saturday 10am – 5pm
Sundays 12noon – 4pm
Closed Mondays and Bank Holidays
Artist Sarah Taylor Silverwood talks about her new exhibition Daphne on display at The New Art Gallery Walsall until 12 May 2019.
A Google maps virtual tour has been produced for us by Autism West Midlands in partnership with Walsall Council, click to take a virtual look around the gallery.
We stock a wide selection of gifts and gallery souvenirs, greeting cards and stationery. Friends of the Gallery receive a 10% discount.