An exhibition showcasing five decades of work by one of Britain’s foremost contemporary artists is opening at The Gallery at DMU this month.
Brendan Neiland has created some of the most memorable images of modern metropolitan life and has been featured in galleries including the Victoria and Albert Museum and The Tate Gallery in London. DMU was proud to award him an honorary degree in 2013.
Surface Tension by Brendan Neiland will run from Friday 14 December to Saturday 9 February. Staff and students are invited to a private view of the exhibition from 6-8pm on Thursday 13 December at The Gallery, DMU.
The exhibition will be opened by the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Dominic Shellard, at 7pm and followed by an introduction by Paul Finch, director of the World Architectural Festival.
Image: City Zest, Brendan Neiland, 2018
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