6 July 2013 - 13 October 2013
9 April 2013 – 30 June 2013
De'Longhi Print Room (Free Entry)
The first public showing of a collection of work by Paul Nash (1889–1946), one of the leading British artists of the early-twentieth century. Amassed by his intimate friend Clare Neilson, the collection includes important early wood engravings, photographs, collage, correspondence and illustrated books.
Paul Nash, The Dyke by the Road, 1922, Wood engraving, Pallant House Gallery, The Clare Neilson Gift through the Art Fund © TATE London 2013
Eduardo Paolozzi: Collaging Culture
6 July – 13 October 2013
Eduardo Paolozzi (1924 – 2005) was one of the most inventive and prolific of the British artists who came to prominence after the Second World War. Featuring around 150 works in a variety of media, the exhibition will explore the extraordinary versatility of Paolozzi's approach to making art and the central importance of collage as a working process within his career, not only in the traditional sense of paper collage, but also in terms of sculptural assemblage, printmaking and filmmaking.
Eduardo Paolozzi, Real Gold, 1949, Printed papers on paper, Tate, Presented by the artist 1995
Pallant House Gallery, as a registered charity, depends on the many generous individuals who give time and money to support the work of the Gallery, preserving one of the country's most important collections of modern British art.
This ensures there can be a lively programme of interpretation around the exhibitions, enabling more people to have better access to the artwork on display, now and in the future.