Exhibitions and Projects
Information on current and upcoming exhibitions and projects at Brighton & Hove’s Museums and the Royal Pavilion
12 July 2014 to 1 March 2015, Brighton Museum. This major exhibition commemorates the 100th anniversary of the start of WW1.
25 Oct 2014 to 1 Mar 2015, Royal Pavilion. Pavilion Contemporary returns to the Royal Pavilion this autumn, with a stunning new installation in the Music Room by artist Maisie Broadhead.
4 Oct to 2 Nov 2014, Brighton Museum. Enter the tumultuous era of 1970s Italy with this unparalleled collection of photographs made by a group of photographers working for the Rome-based agency Team Editorial Services.
4 Oct 2014 to 3 Mar 2015, Hove Museum. Young imaginations take centre stage in an exhibition of inspiring, joyful and curious images in collaboration with German photographer Jan von Holleben.
Opens 6 Sep 2014, Brighton Museum. This display looks at some of the threats to life in the oceans as well as initiatives designed to reduce or reverse the impact modern society has had on this precious environment.
6 September to 2 November 2014, Brighton Museum. Brighton Youth Film Festival, animator Dave Packer, and a team of young people remix Brighton Museum!
11 November 2014 to 18 January 2015, Brighton Museum. This display features a series of remarkably emotive black and white prints of wartime Belgium by artist Frank Brangwyn.
11 November 2014 to 7 June 2015, Brighton Museum. A display of original First World War posters from the museum’s own collections.
The Royal Pavilion & Museums is engaged in an collaborative Interreg Channel programme project, involving partners in Amiens, France, and Brighton & Hove. Find out more about our exciting programme of Woad exhibitions and events.
10 June to 9 November 2014, Brighton Museum. This display explores the British artist Keith Vaughan’s final 15 years of creativity.
13 May 2014 to 9 May 2015, Brighton Museum. A film and new display of ceramic objects around the theme of charity
The Royal Pavilion & Museums are hosting a curatorial fellowship by Gaia Tedone as part of a collaborative initiative by the Contemporary Art Society and the Whitechapel Gallery.
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