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Location: Birmingham Museum
30th November 2013 - 30th March 2014
In late 1960s
In the Gas Hall.
Child (5-15 years): £3
Concessions (Students, Seniors): £3
Family Ticket (4): £10
Unwaged (from Gas Hall only - proof of eligibility must be shown): £2
Disabled: £5 (from Gas Hall only)
Accompanying Carer: FREE (from Gas Hall only)
Bookings in person from Gas Hall Reception
Tel:0121 303 1966 or Book ONLINE
Image: Untitled (4 VWs), 1971 by Don Eddy
Talks accompanying the exhibition:
All talks are £3. Places for talks are limited, please arrive early to avoid disappointment. No advance bookings – tickets available from 10am on the day only. To attend these events you must purchase a ticket for the exhibition, or show your ticket or proof of purchase from a previous visit.
Artist’s talk: John Salt
Saturday 18th January, 2-3pm, AV room (Gas Hall). 70 places available.
Photorealist painter John Salt discusses his career, from studying at the Birmingham School of Art to developing his distinctive style in America and exhibiting around the world.
Ben Johnson exhibition talk
Saturday 25th January, 1pm, Gas Hall. 30 places available.
Ben Johnson gives a personal take on his paintings The Rookery and Looking Back to Richmond House.
John Salt exhibition talk
Saturday 22nd February, 1pm, Gas Hall. 30 places available.
Birmingham-born artist John Salt discusses his paintings Bride and White Chevy, Red Trailer which are included in the exhibition and the techniques used to create them.
Artist’s talk: Ben Johnson
Saturday 15th March, 2pm, AV room (Gas Hall). 70 places available.
Ben Johnson gives a personal and illustrated introduction to his own practice and how Photorealism has helped form the direction of his work.
The exhibition catalogue and postcards are available from the Gas Hall reception and in the museum shop.