16/10/2021 - 30/01/2022

British artist, Sutapa Biswas, first substantial solo show in 14 years. On until the 30th January 2022.

This show will foreground Biswas's vital contributions to the Black Arts Movement in Britain and to the shifting understanding of post-war British art. Visual theorist Griselda Pollock said that it was Biswas who 'forced us all to acknowledge the Eurocentric limits of the discourses within which we practice.' Her works visually disrupt, challenge and reimagine our present time.

Through the display of painting, drawing, sculpture, photography and video, the exhibition will demonstrate the richness, diversity and conceptual continuity of the artist's extended practice.

© Jo Underhill

Kettle's Yard will be hosting a new film that maps a semi-fictional narrative of migration, co-commissioned by Kettle's Yard, Film and Video Umbrella, Bristol Museum and Art Gallery, and BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, supported by Art Fund through the Moving Image for Museums programme.

© Jo Underhill

Castle Street, CB3 0AQ. A 10 minute drive or 20 minute walk from the University Arms.

Opening Hours: Tuesday-Sunday 11am-5pm.

Pre-booking recommended but you can also come along to the galleries on the day you wish to visit and book your visit then.

Further information can be found on their website.