Saturday 22nd-Sunday 23rd July

Still on the Beach, Jane Watt

During high summer daylight hours at Aldeburgh Beach Lookout, Jane Watt will use an early photographic process, the cyanotype, to capture moments of stillness on the beach. She uses this camera-less process that works with shadows to create striking blue and white life-size photogram images of bodies on fabric, that lie across shingle. The result is a glimpse, or suggestion of form;

a trace.


Saturday 29th July-Sunday 30th July

What Remains; The End of the Urinal,

Vicky West

Includes Radio Dada, presented by radio ham, Tony Scott-Robinson with his steampunk radio equipment, Beth Reeks, (superstar model dressing up and posing to be drawn, using Baroness Elsa's modelling school poster and information).


21st-25th August

Adam Bridgland

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Please note: All openings are Saturday 11am-4pm, unless stated otherwise.

Saturday drinks opening from 12-2pm.










We Are the Weather

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Saturday 14th-Sunday 15th October

Perienne Christian

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2017 - Duchamp 100 Years Later


It is 100 years since Duchamp presented his infamous urinal Fountain, to the art world.  This act of iconoclasm changed the history of art by allowing artists complete artistic freedom and because it posed serious philosophical, artistic and social questions about the nature of artistic creation, which are just as relevant today.


Now in 2017 The Mr Tut (an anagram of R Mutt) Collaboration advances modern art with a work which takes Duchamp’s Fountain and makes it relevant to today's

global issues. This, says the Duchamp historian, Calvin Tomkins, is needed now. PeaceWar is the beginning of Peoples Post Modernism when artists move on from art world self-absorption and make works of art of depth and spiritual resonance which unite humanity, as art is supposed to do.