Aspex Gallery, The Vulcan, PO1 3BF
Monday 01 October 2018 – Wednesday 31 July 2019
June 4 – 10
Saturday 9 June – Saturday 15 September
Rose Wylie is best known for creating colourful, large-scale, figurative paintings that are smart, funny, and quietly political. These are usually made from memory and draw on a wide range of cultural references from history, fashion and cinema, to mythology, sport and literature.
'It’ll be brilliant to see Rose Wylie’s History Painting in Cornwall. Curated by Ben Borthwick, Director of Plymouth Arts Centre, the exhibition includes recent and large-scale works as well as Ben Rivers’ beautiful film What Means Something, filmed on visits to Wylie’s studio.'
June 11 – 17
Until Sunday 17 June
This exhibition brings together work by a group of internationally recognised artists to reflect on the current trends and broader developments of nationalist impulses in Western society.
'Curated by Dr Jean Wainwright, Another Spring is a group exhibition that includes work by Forensic Architecture and Andreas Angelidakis. Reflecting on questions of citizenship, free movement and nationalist identities, it's on our list to catch before it closes.'
June 18 – 24
Friday 22 – Sunday 24 June
Passage for Par is a dance performance created specially for and presented on Par Beach, conceived and directed by choreographer Rosemary Lee.
'At the turn of the tide 30 women will slowly cross the beach like a moving sculpture. Timed to coincide with the summer solstice, when daylight hours are longest, each performance will last approximately 90 minutes. Passage for Par is free to attend and everyone is welcome.'
June 25 – July 1
Until Sunday 9 September
Alexander Calder was one of the most influential and pioneering artists of the twentieth century, transforming the very nature of sculpture by introducing the fourth dimension and the actuality of real-time experience into his work.
'We’re looking forward to a trip to Hauser & Wirth Somerset to see this major solo exhibition of works by Alexander Calder, the majority of which have never before been exhibited in the UK. Including large-scale and mobile outdoor sculptures, one of which features a found cow vertebra – moooving.'
Working towards a South West where talented artists thrive, and a resilient and connected visual arts ecology that inspires more engaged and diverse audiences to value and advocate for its work.
Part of the Contemporary Visual Arts Network