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Legends, legacies, digital art, installation, sculpture and film – our opening programme is revealed
PRESS RELEASE - 20 January 2020: Plymouth’s amazing Box will open on Saturday 16 May with a stunning programme featuring major contemporary artists and an internationally important exhibition about the Mayflower that will debunk myths and tell the story of one of the world’s most significant journeys.
PRESS RELEASE 8 January 2020: The first two names on The Box's ambitious contemporary art programme have been revealed - internationally acclaimed British artist Antony Gormley and leading Portuguese installation artist Leonor Antunes.
PRESS RELEASE - 11 October 2019: Tim Marlow, award-winning radio and television broadcaster, writer and museum director, who has worked with some of the most important artists of our time, will visit Plymouth later this month to give a special talk about his diverse career.
BLOG POST, 9 October 2019: Learn more about 'Tactile Change' and 'Mariner: a painted ship upon a painted ocean' - two great exhibitions we're supporting in the city this Autumn at the Levinsky Gallery and The Gallery at Plymouth College of Art.
PRESS RELEASE - 23 September 2019: An epic maritime poem will be the inspiration for a major exhibition of international art in Plymouth. ‘Mariner: a painted ship upon a painted ocean’ is on display in The Levinsky Gallery, University of Plymouth from Monday 23 September to Saturday 16 November.
PRESS RELEASE - 3 April 2019: We've acquired eight works by four contemporary artists for our permanent collections thanks to the national fig-futures project.
BLOG POST - 13 March 2019: Find out where the idea for the nationally touring fig-futures project came from and what its legacy will be.
BLOG POST - 13 February 2019: We look at the work of leading UK landscape photographer Jem Southam, whose exhibition is currently on display in the Levinsky Gallery (until 16 March).
PRESS RELEASE - 2 October 2018: The UK’s largest touring exhibition of contemporary British Art will be heading to Plymouth again in 2021, following the official announcement by London’s Hayward Gallery that the city has been selected as one of the four host locations for British Art Show 9 (BAS 9).