A new display celebrating the recent additions to the Collection including works by Turner Prize winners from Scotland, Martin Boyce and Douglas Gordon as well as works by Scandinavian artists Camilla Løw and Olafur Eliasson.
An exhibition of pupils artwork made in response to the Pier Arts Centre Collection. The artwork for this display has been made by pupils from Stromness Primary, including the nursery and pre-school classes.
A stunning collection of photographs capturing experiences and relationships over a long life will be on show. Neat is a champion of the marginalized – Scottish Travelling People, Gaelic bards, salmon-netters, crofters, bee-keepers, horse breeders, Andalucian villagers, poets and artists.
Living Colour brings together a group of artist’s films, created between 1926 and the present day, that share a common interest in the potential of the moving image to capture and convey abstract form and colour.
Orcadia & Other Stories is a major exhibition of work by Zoë Walker & Neil Bromwich spanning more than 15 years - from the formative Dream Cloud (created as part of a residency in Orkney in 1997) to more recent and newly commissioned works. The exhibition aims to raise relevant and challenging questions about cultural identity and change at a time of development and opportunity across Scotland.