Viewing Room - Exhibition News

New Contemporaries & Modern British Art: A Selection

26th January 2022

Our exhibition New Contemporaries & Modern British Art is now on display in the gallery until 18th February.

New Contemporaries Newsletter

21st January 2022

Highlights include new work by John Blackburn, Brendan Burns, Melanie Comber & Sean Henry. This year we have two new additions to our roster of artists; John Bartlett & Keith Grant will be exhibiting with us for the first time.

Tim Flach Exhibition Newsletter

8th December 2021

Tim Flach: Birds exhibition and book launch until December 23rd.

Tim Flach: Birds

29th November 2021

Tim Flach's intention for this project is to explore the beauty and wonderment of birds by depicting them in a series of portraits, abstract and in flight.

Sybil & Cyril Newsletter

16th November 2021

Osborne Samuel Gallery presents a long awaited exhibition of linocuts, drawings and designs by Sybil Andrews and Cyril Power.

Sybil & Cyril: Cutting Through Time

14th November 2021

We are very pleased to announce a special exhibition of linocuts, drawings, monotypes and poster designs by Sybil Andrews (1898-1992) and Cyril Power (1872-1951) to launch a new book titled Sybil and Cyril: Cutting Through Time by Jenny Uglow.

Henry Moore: Space and Form

4th November 2021

Follow the link to view installation photographs of our Henry Moore exhibition at the gallery until November 17th.

Henry Moore: Space & Form

1st October 2021

It is hard to imagine now that I met Henry Moore some 40 years ago on my first visit to the Henry Moore Foundation.

Modern British Art Newsletter

28th June 2021

Including important early unique works by Armitage, Butler and Chadwick, all from the 1950s and 1960s, the golden era of British sculpture. Also paintings and works on paper by Andrews, Auerbach, Bomberg, Clough, Craxton, Heron, Hilton, Kinley, Moore, Perry, Power, Reynolds, Riley, Scott, Sutherland, Vaughan & Wadsworth. Further bronzes included…

Modern British Art 2021

24th June 2021

Last summer’s Modern British exhibition was a significant challenge with the various lock downs restricting access to the gallery. We have made a number of significant acquisitions since the beginning of 2020, and few of you will have been able to see them until now.