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7, 2004, Camilla Løw © the artist

24 March - 18 June 2017

Free entry

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Can art help us to see things differently?

This exhibition shows how artists in the past and present have used transparent materials, forms and ideas about transparency to explore how we see and experience the world.

Transparency features sculpture, painting, photography and video by artists including Wolfgang Tillmans, Camilla Løw, Emily Speed, Christine Borland and Damien Hirst. It was originally conceived by Yorkshire Sculpture Park and was displayed there in 2016. The exhibition has been specially adapted for the Walker Art Gallery and features additional artworks and resources.


Explore images of the gallery and selected works from the exhibition below.

Gedser, 2004, Wolfgang Tillmans © the artist Corner of a Bathroom, 1975, Victor Newsome © the artist SimBodies Choking Charlie, 2009, Christine Borland © the artist Vanitas (anaglyph), 2007, Calum Colvin © the artist


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Transparency is an Arts Council Collection National Partner Exhibition. Arts Council Collection is managed by Southbank Centre on behalf of Arts Council England. 
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