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Art Exchange Gallery / New Art Exchange

Nottingham, United Kingdom
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Opened in autumn of 2008, New Art Exchange is a purpose-built visual arts venue in Hyson Green, Nottingham. The first exhibition at New Art Exchange was a group show titled Next We Change Earth. Since then, a significant number of important exhibitions have taken place there, the work of resident curators Michael Forbes and David Schischka Thomas. It was David Schischka Thomas who curated a group exhibition The Meaning of Style: Black British Style, and the underlying political and social environment. (16 January - 10 April 2010).

The catalogue for Next We Change Earth included before and after photographs of the site and New Art Exchange building.

There was an earlier exhibition venue on the site of New Art Exchange, operated by East Midlands African Caribbean Arts (EMACA). The gallery it operated was known as the Art Exchange Gallery, located at 39 Gregory Boulevard, Hyson Green, Nottingham, NG7 6BE. This was the venue for an important exhibition by Kimathi Donkor, taking place in 2005. The exhibition in question was Caribbean Passion Haiti 1804

Related items

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»  Caribbean Passion Haiti 1804

Invite relating to an exhibition, 2005

click to show details of Jangbar - Zarina Bhimji

»  Jangbar - Zarina Bhimji

Catalogue relating to an exhibition, 2015

click to show details of Next We Change Earth

»  Next We Change Earth

Catalogue relating to an exhibition, 2008

Exhibitions at this venue

»  Next We Change Earth

Group show at New Art Exchange. 2008

People who have appeared at this venue + view all 18

»  Vanley Burke

Born, 1951 in Jamaica

»  Michael Forbes

Born, 1962

»  Barbara Walker

Born, 1964 in Birmingham