Portraits: What you lookin' at?
Explore our collection with our new online exhibition Portraits: What you lookin' at? Discover paintings, sculptures, photographs and drawings which depicture figures and faces. Some of the sitters stare out of the frame, looking back at the viewer. Others are seemingly unaware they are being watched, captured unawares. Online now, with more chapters to come shortly.
an online exhibition
ARTicles: explore student artwork
We have invited students, staff and fellows at Pembroke College to share their artwork, photographs, articles and prose with us. Discover their talents on our blog.
The gallery is currently closed to the public until further notice
This is in response to government advice regarding Coronavirus (Covid-19). The health and wellbeing of our visitors, staff and community is of paramount importance to us. We are unsure of when we will be able to open again, but hope you will continue supporting us. We look forward to being able to welcome visitors back to the gallery. Sign up to our newsletter to be notified when we reopen. In the meantime our website and social media channels have some great content for you to discover. We are contactable on our email email@example.com and will try to answer any enquiries as soon as possible.
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Discover Collection Favourites
with our online exhibition walkthrough and guide
While the gallery remains closed to the public, we are delighted to offer digital access to our collection on display. We have continued the Collection Favourites display, incorporating favourites selected by the governing committee of JCR students and Pembroke College staff.
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We are delighted to announce the winner of the Emery Prize 2020 is Ruskin MFA Finalist is
The Committee were highly impressed with Haffendi Anuar's artistic practice, with the layered depth to the development of his multi-media artworks. The textural elements intermix with sculptural influences creating a dynamic interplay between 2D and 3D.