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past exhibitions 

Aspex Gallery
The Vulcan Building
Gunwharf Quays



3 October – 15 November 2015

Now in its fourth year, the 2015 Platform Graduate Award profiles new talent emerging from universities and colleges in the South East region. Working as part of CVAN (The Contemporary Visual Arts Network), five galleries in South East England – aspex, De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill; Modern Art Oxford; MK Gallery, Milton Keynes and Turner Contemporary, Margate – each showcase the work of recent graduates from their region.

Aspex has selected work by Fine Art and Photography graduates from the University of Portsmouth, University of Chichester, Arts University Bournemouth, Winchester School of Art,Southampton Solent University and UCA, Farnham.

past exhibitions 

Beauty Right There: Degree Selection 2015

Solent Showcase Gallery
Sir James Matthews Building
Above Bar
Hampshire SO14 7NN
United Kingdom

The latest show at Solent Showcase Gallery – Beauty Right There – selects works from over 30 of Solent's graduating fine artists, illustrators, photographers, graphic artists and fashion. Striking photographs, 3D masks, handmade books and an entire museum emporium with newly invented specimens will all be on show.


Fine Art Degree Show

School of Art and Design,

Southampton Solent University,

Below Bar Studios, 9 Castle Way, SO14 2BX

We are located on the second floor, both lift and stairs available. 


Private View:
Friday 12th June - 6pm-9pm.


Opening Times for the following week only:
Sat - 10am-5pm
Mon/Tues -10am-7pm
Wed - 10am- 5pm
Thurs - 10am- 4pm

Monkey Gallery:
Hanover Buildings, Southampton

13/11/2014 - 20/12/2014

The Museum of Categorisatium is presently on the first floor of Monkey Gallery in Southampton. As a moveable feast it will remain open until the 20th December then close it's doors forever in that specific location. It's archives will be archived until the next location is announced. 

On Loan From:
The Moon Museum of Dustology,Copenhagen,Denmark.


With the courtesy of the Moon Museums Chief Dustologist Dr. Astu Ito, The MoC has been able to exhibit a few of the rare dust samples from the Moon Museum collection. These will be available to view at present in Southampton. 

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