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Gallery 20 will be closed from 12 noon Tuesday 26 September until 12 noon Thursday 28 September

Past Exhibitions

  • Hiroshige’s Japan: Stations of the Tokaido Road

    29 November 2016 to 16 April 2017

    A selection of Japanese woodblock prints from the series that made Utagawa Hiroshige (1797-1858) one of the best known of all Japanese artists. His landscape prints are among the most frequently reproduced of all Japanese works of art and were hugely successful both in Japan and in the West. This exhibition of 21 prints from […]

  • The Numinous by Jemma Cholawo

    4 October 2016 to 8 January 2017

    The Devon-based artist Jemma Cholawo presented the show The Numinous at RAMM’s Café Gallery. Jemma Cholawo has searched worldwide for experiences of the numinous in wild places. She explores through her works a sense of place in nature with the aim of inviting and inspiring others to feel and remember the power of those places. Contrasts of black and white, day […]

  • Kurt Jackson: Revisiting Turner’s Tourism

    10 September to 4 December 2016

    An exhibition of works by the contemporary British artist Kurt Jackson and J.M.W. Turner. In 2013 Jackson was given access to the University of Exeter’s collection of Turner engravings, produced to promote tourism through ‘the picturesque’. The exhibition was based on his responses to Turner’s series. Jackson visited 12 of the locations in Devon and Cornwall depicted […]

  • Efflorescence by Jude Freeman

    5 July to 2 October 2016

    The local artist Jude Freeman presented the selling show Efflorescence at RAMM’s Café Gallery. The exhibition of etchings and drawings explored her response to a garden through the seasons and celebrated the constantly shifting cycles of growth and decay, focussing on wild and cultivated flowers. Jude Freeman studied History of Art at Sussex and the […]

  • Flower Power. Botanical illustrations from India

    11 June to 11 September 2016

    An exhibition of beautiful early 19th-century illustrations from RAMM’s collection of Indian flora exploring the plants’ usage in traditional Ayurvedic and  modern medicine. In the late 18th and early 19th centuries the East India Company controlled much of the Indian subcontinent. Keen to exploit and export valuable natural commodities, the Company set out to record […]

  • Express & Echo Local Art Show 2016

    30 April to 29 May 2016

    The Local Art Show 2016 competition has a botanical theme. The annual Express & Echo Local Art Show gives art groups and societies from Exeter and the surrounding area the chance to display their members work in an exhibition at RAMM. Shortlisted entries are featured in the Express & Echo and readers invited to vote […]

  • Ninth International Garden Photographer of the Year Competition

    23 April to 28 August 2016

    International Garden Photographer of the Year – now in its ninth year – continues to be the premium competition for garden and plant photography with entries from all around the world – open to all ages, amateurs and professionals alike, with a Young Garden Photographer of the Year award for under 16s. The International Garden […]

  • Whatever the Weather

    21 November 2015 to 10 April 2016

    RAMM’s major winter exhibition explores a theme which affects all our lives: the weather. Or more accurately, how weather seems to be constantly changeable, occasionally extreme and always unpredictable. Through a lively mix of historical paintings and prints, artefacts, archives and the work of contemporary artists, the exhibition exposes humanity’s relationship to the elements. It […]

  • Online exhibition by Falmouth University: Collections

    28 October 2015 to 18 January 2016

    For this exhibition staff and students from the Foundation Diploma in Art and Design at Falmouth University spent time at Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery researching the museum’s fascinating and varied collections.  This research inspired creative outputs spanning textiles, illustration, sculpture and painting, reflecting the creative diversity of the Foundation Diploma, which is one of […]

  • Exeter’s Fine Art Collection 2015-16

    24 October 2015 to 8 May 2016

    The RAMM Fine Art Collection 2015-16 exhibit features topographical prints, drawings and watercolours is a rich source of information about Exeter and its inhabitants. Featured in the display are some distinctive city landmarks, such as Mol’s Coffee House and the Higher Market. The fine art collection also includes outstanding British landscapes. Some of the finest […]

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