From the MAO archive: Mrinalini Mukherjee in 1994

For our seventh post in the #MAOarchive series we take you back to 1994 when Indian sculptor Mrinalini Mukherjee’s larger than life fibre sculptures towered over visitors to the gallery. After studying figurative painting, Mukherjee quickly turned to sculpture. She had been inspired by the teaching of artist K.G. Subramanyan who championed Indian craft traditions,… Continue reading From the MAO archive: Mrinalini Mukherjee in 1994

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Take part – Flow at the Glass Tank

Modern Art Oxford and Oxford Brookes University invites people based in Oxfordshire to submit their creative response to Flow at the Glass Tank, a new interdisciplinary exhibition exploring ideas and creativity. The exhibition will explore and celebrate the many different ways we experience the creative process, from getting ‘in the flow’, the spark of a new idea… Continue reading Take part – Flow at the Glass Tank

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From the MAO archive: Helen Chadwick’s Viral Landscapes in 1989

Our sixth post in the #MAOarchive series looks back to 1989 when Helen Chadwick’s Viral Landscapes filled the gallery. The show consisted of a panoramic frieze, measuring four feet in height and 50 feet in length, of new photographic works by Chadwick.  Chadwick layered photographs of the Pembrokeshire coast with enlarged microscopic patterns made from the cells… Continue reading From the MAO archive: Helen Chadwick’s Viral Landscapes in 1989

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MAO Assembly – Isolation Music Diaries, Part Two

In the second of his two-part series for MAO Assembly, Oxford-based musician and promoter of Modern Art Oxford’s live Yard sessions, Martin Andrews aka Octavia Freud talks to local musicians Tiger Mendoza, Means of Production, Call.Me.Tiece and Limpet Space Race about their experiences during lockdown and finds out how they are being creative. Following the… Continue reading MAO Assembly – Isolation Music Diaries, Part Two

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As we all adapt to the challenges of COVID-19, so too does Modern Art Oxford. The gallery may be closed to the public but its work continues online and its commitment to inspire and engage audiences remains. We recognise that these are challenging times for everyone, however, if you feel able to support our work,… Continue reading Support Us

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