Towner Eastbourne and Tate have revealed the judging panel for the 2023 Turner Prize shortlist.
The shortlisted artists will be announced in spring 2023, and an exhibition of their work will open at Towner Eastbourne from 28th September 2023 to 14th January 2024.
The Turner Prize, the world’s leading prize for contemporary art, will be presented at Towner Eastbourne in 2023, as the… Read More
John Nash (1893-1977) tends to be remembered as the less radical younger brother of Paul, a first rank illustrator as well as a longstanding Royal Academician adept at the subtle transfiguration of landscapes, particularly in watercolour.
Towner & De La Warr have announced a series of timely free online business talks from leaders in the creative industries, with speakers including Assemble, Helen Cammock, Tai Shani and Michelle Ogundehin.
Towner Eastbourne has been successful in securing a further £341,000 from ACE towards the redevelopment.
Towner International is a new biennial exhibition of contemporary art that will take place for the first time at Towner Eastbourne from 6th October 2020 to 10th January 2021.
The outdoor commission Dance Diagonal by Lothar Gotz is to stay at Towner Eastbourne until Spring 2021
Towner Eastbourne, an iconic building on the South Coast between the sea and the South Downs, became the canvas for the largest outdoor mural in the United Kingdom in 2019.
Vacuum cleaners, gods, hallucinogens, art in the USA and lots of colour.
Towner Eastbourne have announced a major exhibition of early works by Alan Davie (1920–2014) and David Hockney (b.1937) that will explore the convergence between the two major figures of post-war British painting.
The cultural renaissance transforming the seaside towns of England’s South East — spearheaded by the region’s world-class galleries and arts organisations — is the inspiration for England’s Creative Coast, a series of art commissions and creative initiatives that will connect the coastline of Essex, Kent and East Sussex, bringing new visitors to the region.