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4 September - 11 October
Modern Art Oxford and Oxford Brookes University are proud to present Flow, the first collaborative exhibition co-curated by Modern Art Oxford volunteers. Celebrating a range of work by people across Oxfordshire, the exhibition asks us to question where our ideas come from.
Wednesday, 15 July 2020
Flow at the Glass Tank, a collaboration between Modern Art Oxford and Oxford Brookes University, will present an exploration of idea generation, creativity and the notion of ‘flow’ state. The project will culminate in an exhibition featuring artworks created by people from across Oxfordshire.
Wednesday, 24 January 2018
Although Thinking through Making ended just over a couple of months ago, it provides us with an opportunity to openly discuss the exhibit. What were Rycotewood trying to achieve? What’s with all the chairs? Can I sit on them?
Wednesday, 17 January 2018
Each year the Glass Tank welcomes two independent study module (ISM) students into the Glass Tank. One for each semester of the Academic year. Starting in September 2017, our first student, Layla joined us for her semester of shadowing and working in the gallery.
Friday, 05 January 2018
To acknowledge our feathery friends on National Bird Day I would like to bring our attention to a forthcoming exhibition in the Glass Tank gallery. Trompe l’Oeil by Senior Lecturer in Fine Art Theory Paul Kilsby will be coming to the Glass Tank in April 2018.
Wednesday, 08 November 2017
The current exhibition ‘Drawing in Rome’, curated by Jacqueline Thalmann, only proceeds to extend this curiosity, as what lies within the temporary exhibition space in the left wing of the gallery is a treasure cove of drawings.
Friday, 06 October 2017
The fourth display in its series, It’s Me to the World was an exhibition that brought together works from artists that use the body to explore ideas of perception, intimacy and endurance.
Time Capsules show a departure in Anderson’s practice in terms of concept and form. Varied in size and shape, these geometric forms make bold interventions in the space and the colour of the rust on the surfaces of the steel echo Anderson’s practice with thread.