2014 has got off to a great start with an impressive exhibition of sculptures and drawings by Stephen Towns. Our current exhibition by Hampshire-based artist Kev Munday blends street art with a graphic edge. For more information on our upcoming exhibitions, see the Future Exhibitions page.
The Carroll Centre
From 11 - 13 April 2014; Private View: (by invitation and ticket) Friday 11 April.
An exhibition held in aid of the Carroll Community Centre in Stanmore, a registered charity that provides activities, help and support for all members of the local community particularly children and young people. Held throughout the Link Gallery and adjoining Shakespeare Room, the exhibition will be open to the public on Saturday April 12 from 10.30 - 19.00 and on Sunday April 13 from 10.30-16.00.
If you are interested in exhibiting, please see the following information booklet and entry form for further details.
Thomas Dryden-Kelsey: 303
From 25 April - 4 June 2014; Private View: Friday 25 April 18:00-20:00
The exhibition of a long-term photographic project of a journey into the culture and visual representation of a 93 mile stretch of historic “A” road. Bricked up buildings, road side cafes, open fields, waitresses, KFC, Stonehenge Solstices and a human encroachment that depicts all that is English and all that is traditional along this famous southern road that stretches through five counties from Hampshire, through Wiltshire, Dorset, Somerset and Devon.
Thomas Dryden Kelsey is a British documentary photographer based in the UK. His work focuses on long term social documentary projects home and abroad. He also works on commissioned, independent and street photography. He received a Bachelor (Hons) in documentary and photojournalism from The University of Gloucestershire.
For more information, visit his website.
Kev Munday: The Way I See Things
From 3rd March - 9th April 2014; Private View: Thursday 6th March 18:30-20:30.
An exhibition of colour and content rich paintings, drawings and prints by Hampshire-based artist. 'The Way I See Things' features work in a variety of mediums including aerosol paint, acrylics, marker pens, laser etchings and digital illustration on unusual objects, using their shapes and textures to influence his art. This exhibition features a series of violins and an antique wooden church organ pipe. Primarily drawing from his imagination, Munday's work contains a child like quality and an element of humour aiming to communicate as much to a 7-year-old kid as a serious art collector.
Kev started his creative career painting graffiti with friends as an early teen. A decade on, his work still carries the raw energy of street art, blended with an intelligent graphic edge, gained through producing illustrations for clients including Walt Disney, Fracture Skateboards and Monster Energy. Describing his artwork as ‘the offspring of people watching and imagination’, Munday is inspired by styles as diverse as huichol art and kawaii graphics. His work has been exhibited all over the world and has received praise from worldwide design press and having recently been named one of Artfinder's top 10 artists of 2013, Kev Munday is looking forward to many more years of watching paint dry.
For more information on Kev Munday, please visit his website.
Contact details for artists wishing to enquire about holding their own exhibition at the Gallery can be found in the right-hand side column. To find out more about the exhibition space itself, go to our 'Exhibiting at the Link Gallery' page.
Explore the menu on the left for information about past and future exhibitions.