Galleries

 

The centre is now open all week except Tuesdays.

 

Our galleries offer a diverse and dynamic exhibition programme throughout the year. They serve as a platform to showcase work from a wide range of artists as well as art, heritage and community projects curated by The Horsebridge.

The galleries are free to visit and are open to public every day apart from the first and last day of the exhibition dates which are dedicated installation and de-installation days.

We are now accepting proposals for exhibitions in 2022. Please email galleries@thehorsebridge.org.uk for an information pack.

 

Gallery Exhibitions

Here Dead We Lie

A collaboration between Mark Allen, Professor Mark Connelly and Dr Helen Brooks of the University of Kent. 'Here Dead We Lie' is an exhibition of beautiful photography which explores the landscape and history of the First World War and its commemoration through photographs of cemeteries and memorials taken during the centenary of the conflict.

28 Days of Silence

Lyndon Douglas Focusing on the sea as a canvas, artist photographer Lyndon Douglas reflects on its rapid changes and energies over 28 days through film and soundscape and photography.

Shoreline 2

Ann Palmer Ann Palmer will be exhibiting oil paintings depicting Shoreline scenes, inspired by beaches on the north east coast of Kent and the coastline in Cornwall

Solace

Helen Easter - Beeken Helen presents golden paintings set in a moment of time, pulled from the visual history of sightings, some just fleeting, some lingering.

Not a Solo Endeavour

Jane Cordery Not a Solo Endeavour is a contemporary exhibition of abstract paintings, drawings and sculpture by conceptual artist Jane Cordery. Exploring the complexity and fragility of human connection, Jane’s work simultaneously explores disconnect due to disruption, loss and bereavement. Her sculptures typically include thread, wool and glass combined with harder materials.

Void 2020

Curated by Jane Cordery Void 2020 is a collaborative/engagement fundraising art exhibition, comprising multiple wall-hung sculptural ‘photo’ frames, made of plaster and clay, to be individually sold to raise money for NHS Charities Together. Inspired by the Curator’s own personal loss, this exhibition acts as a memorial to those lost during the pandemic.

Time Explored

Karen Wynyard, Daphne Candler and Barbara Drinkwater Three female artists explore the concept of Time through colour, texture, shape and pattern through both 2D and 3D works.

A Moment in Time

Canterbury Society of Art Canterbury Society of Art is delighted to return to Gallery 1 to showcase their work giving opportunity to share and reflect moments in time, personal to them, through a wide variety of styles and media.

Layered Cloth

Ann Small A solo exhibition of Contemporary Textiles as featured in her bestselling book 'Layered Cloth'.