On now! Due to current circumstances we do not have a fixed closing date for this exhibition. It will be on display until at least 31 October. Victor Pasmore (1908-1998) was one of the greatest British artists of his generation. His pioneering development of abstract art is considered one of the most significant achievements in 20th century British art.
On now! Due to current circumstances we do not have a fixed closing date for this exhibition. It will be on until at least the end of 2020. Sir Quentin Blake returns with prophetic new drawings, paintings, and a mural he has described as ‘his Guernica’, as raw, original and unlikely as anything he has produced in eight decades of creativity.
There is still time to visit the Victor Pasmore: Line and Space exhibition.
This retrospective provides a unique chance to take stock of a major figure in the international abstract movement, and includes never-before-seen work made close to Pasmore’s death in 1998.
Pasmore's incredibly versatile output was described by former Tate Director Alan Bowness as ‘a succession of metamorphoses that have at various times dismayed, astonished and delighted his admirers … surely one of the outstanding and most original contributions that anyone has made to the art of our time.’
Beautiful handmade ceramic mugs from @lilyarnold_ceramics are now available in our Shop.
We are open today and tomorrow 11am - 4pm and our Shop and @boatyardhastings are also open this evening and on Monday 11am - 4pm.
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The weekend is here! We're open for lunch and dinner Friday and Saturday, plus for lunch Sunday and Monday too.
Plenty of new treats on our evening menu this weekend too - including a selection of rock oysters, lobster with garlic butter, and the ultimate surf 'n' turf featuring aged fillet steak from Pevensey alongside lobster, crevettes and bone marrow.
On the plant-based side, we have roast local squash with goat's cheese, sage and seeds, plus foraged wild mushrooms from Battle Woods on toast - or add 'em to a steak. Plus our extensive new wine list of exclusively natural and biodynamic wines, from Loire and ...
This #throwbackthursday we are looking back at Marlow Moss exhibition in October 2013 - April 2014.
This @tate touring exhibition featured a group of important works by Marlow Moss (1889-1958), now regarded as one of Britain's most important Constructivist artists. The paintings, reliefs and sculptures, drawn from collections in the UK and Europe, were primarily concerned with an interrogation of movement, space and light.
Prior to the First World War, Moss produced highly abstract painted compositions similar to the work of Mondrian, with whom she is often associated and who she was close to for much of her life. Later, her practice developed toward the production of all-white reliefs and sculptural works.
Hastings Contemporary celebrates the best in modern and contemporary art in an award-winning building. Situated just a few steps from the beach, the gallery overlooks the largest beach-launched fishing fleet in Europe, where you can see the town’s fishermen at work.