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Exhibitions in Manchester

Exhibitions in Manchester

The Whitworth

Exhibitions in Manchester

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  1. Add Manchester Science Festival to your Itinerary

    Manchester Science Festival


    Manchester Science Festival is a creative, playful and surprising celebration of science.

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  2. Add Robots to your Itinerary



    The robots are coming.

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  3. Add The Reformation to your Itinerary

    The Reformation


    A monk who shattered the strength of the Catholic Church, a monarch who wanted to take more than one wife, a society that put sin up for sale – and the power of the printed word to challenge it all. Our latest exhibition reveals a series of events...

  4. Add Buy Art Fair to your Itinerary

    Buy Art Fair


    Last year’s Buy Art Fair was the most successful event to date seeing more than 7000 art lovers visit over the weekend and record art sales.

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  5. Add Four Miles from Manchester: Tony Warren's Coronation Street exhibition to your Itinerary

    Four Miles from Manchester: Tony Warren's Coronation Street exhibition

    The Crescent, Salford

    This exhibition tells the story of Tony Warren, the Salford legend, on his path to creating television's biggest and longest running continuing drama, Coronation Street; an innovation of its time, telling the stories of ordinary people on an...

  6. Add humansbeingdigital to your Itinerary



    humansbeingdigital draws on an international selection of artworks that bring us to the touch-point between human beings and being digital.

  7. Add Dinosaurs in the Wild to your Itinerary

    Dinosaurs in the Wild


    Dinosaurs in the Wild is a unique and exhilarating blend of live-action theatre, theme park fun and the very latest palaeontological knowledge which will transport you back an astonishing 67 million years by time machine to encounter living...

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  8. Add LS Lowry: The Art and The Artist to your Itinerary

    LS Lowry: The Art and The Artist


    The Lowry is home to the world's largest public collection of paintings and drawings by LS Lowry.

  9. Add Maeve Brennan: The Drift to your Itinerary

    Maeve Brennan: The Drift


    The Whitworth presents a major new film commission, The Drift, by London and Beirut based artist Maeve Brennan.

  10. Add Tape to your Itinerary



    Is your spidey sense tingling? That'll be because award-winning artists Numen/For Use have transformed the 1830 Warehouse into a giant spider's web made from sticky tape.

  11. Add Wonder Women 2018 to your Itinerary

    Wonder Women 2018


    Manchester's feminist festival highlighting the feminist journey, via 10 days of events, debate, music, art, gigs, profiles and more.

  12. Add Uncovering the Reformation - Curator Tour to your Itinerary

    Uncovering the Reformation - Curator Tour


    Join us for a free 30 minute curator-led tour that will explore the stories behind the items in The Reformation exhibition.

  13. Add Cozens and Cozens to your Itinerary

    Cozens and Cozens


    This exhibition showcases the Whitworth's collection of works by father and son, the largest outside of London. By drawing on their uniting elements of trees and European exploration, visitors will gain a rare insight into the practices of 18th...

  14. Add Steve McQueen: Ashes to your Itinerary

    Steve McQueen: Ashes


    Ashes (2002-2015), a double video projection, tells the story of a young Caribbean man known by this name. On one screen we see a film portrait of him, young and handsome, standing on the prow of a boat.

  15. Add What's in Store? to your Itinerary

    What's in Store?


    Exhibition showcasing the breadth of University of Salford Art Collection. The exhibition comprises of artworks from the 1960s to present day, many of which have not previously been on public display.

  16. Add Portraits And Voices Of WWII to your Itinerary

    Portraits And Voices Of WWII


    Lancashire photographer Allen Thomasson presents an exhibition of photographic portraits of WWII veterans augmented with oral accounts & video accounts

  17. Add South Asian Design to your Itinerary

    South Asian Design


    South Asian craft and fashion from India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka spanning three centuries. Each country is famous for their vibrant regional costumes, luxurious textiles and intricately detailed ceramic, stone or metal ornaments.

  18. Add The Return of Memory to your Itinerary

    The Return of Memory


    HOME's new major group exhibition seeks to redress the legacy of the Russian Revolution on its centenary by exploring how contemporary artists are responding to the state of the 'New East' today.

  19. Add Barbara Brown to your Itinerary

    Barbara Brown


    Barbara Brown was the golden girl of Heal Fabrics in the 1960s and early 1970s. This is the first major solo exhibition of her work in the UK.

  20. Add The Reformation: Who gives a fig? to your Itinerary

    The Reformation: Who gives a fig?


    Join us at the Library as we celebrate the 500th anniversary of The Reformation with an evening of debate and discussion.
    Prepare to be challenged and enlightened as we mark the 500th anniversary of The Reformation and ask, 'Does it still matter?'

  21. Add Tomorrow's World Live to your Itinerary

    Tomorrow's World Live

    Castlefield, Manchester

    Tomorrow's World was the show that introduced the nation to mobile phones and laser eye surgery – and now it has returned as a new live and digital interactive vision of the future.

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