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Pavement Gallery

Pavement Gallery

Pavement is an exhibition space situated on a corner site, part of a listed building which was formerly a drapery store. The window space, which cannot be entered by the public, provides a highly visible stage for the display of international contemporary art.

One of the key strengths of the gallery is its position. It is very much a ‘public’ space, with no real threshold between the work and its everyday surroundings. The work on show can be seen 24 hours a day, encouraging engagement on a variety of levels and contexts.

Previous Exhibitions

Pavement Gallery opened in 2009, and returned in July 2019 after a hiatus of 6 years. Previous exhibitions include

Christian Marclay

January February 2020

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John Cage: On Nothing

July December 2019

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Martin Creed

September November 2012

Work No.268 Half the air in a given space

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David Batchelor: Magic Hour

February April 2012

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Antoni Muntadas

December 2011 February 2012

Warning: Perception Requires Involvement

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Lawrence Weiner: Works

September December 2010

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Silent Post

July August 2009

Marita Fraser, Matthew Higgs, Emilie Pitoiset and Chu Yun

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Rut Blees Luxemburg: Caliban Towers

December 2008 February 2009

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