The Gallery has a dedicated all year round programme of exhibitions and shows a great variety of artists, all sharing a love of depicting the natural world.
Under the Skin has been selected as one of this year’s 65 featured UK artists for the 6th Great Print Exhibition, an annual celebration of the art of printmaking. We're proud to be nearly 900 works including screen prints, woodcuts, linocuts, collographs and cyanotypes.
Brothers Ed & James Harrison, founders of creative entity Under The Skin, bring their first solo exhibition to Brighton to shine a light on some of the world’s most endangered species and the efforts being made to rescue them.
We invite audiences young and old shining a light on extinction at the world renowned Natural History Museum where we bring the full Under the Skin collection to this iconic and world renowned venue.
An exhibition to raise money for Surfers Against Sewage. 15 ocean-themed prints that celebrate the wonders of the seaThis print was created as part of a wider body of work titled Ebb & Flow, an art collection that aims to bring together a sprinkling of playfulness, calmness and clarity to celebrate the magic of the ocean.
The Conservation Optimism Summit 2019, organised by the University of Oxford at the Natural History Museum in partnership with Synchronicity Earth, will bring together people to share ideas and offer solutions for more empowering conservation while continuing to disrupt the doom and gloom narrative.
Papercut specimens. Make sure you swarm down to @littlemancoffee and grab some delicious coffee and cake whilst your at it insects have flown, scuttled and crawled back into the earth!
The World Illustration Awards continues the AOI’s tradition of delivering an annual illustration competition, which has run in various forms for over 45 years. WIA2019 is delivered by the AOI in partnership with the Directory of Illustration.
We are proud to be exhibiting Under the Skin in partnership with the David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation as part of their Wildlife Artist of the Year 2019.