Out of Chaos

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Includes works by Auerbach, Bomberg, Chagall, Gertler, Soutine and Wolmark

Auerbach, Frank, Mornington Crescent, Summer Morning II

Dates

Until Sunday 26 February

Visitor Information

Opening Times

MondayClosed (except bank holidays)
Tuesday10am - 5pm
Wednesday10am - 5pm
Thursday10am - 5pm
Friday10am - 5pm
Saturday10am - 5pm
Sunday2pm - 5pm

Booking

Book online or at the ticket desk on the first floor.

Admission

Full price including donation£7
Full price£6
Senior citizens£5.40
Concessions*£4.80
Family ticket**£12
Children 12 and underFree
Membership discounts***£3
Multi-visit ticket£11.80
Multi-visit member£8

All funds raised from the sale of tickets for this exhibition go to directly support the work of the Laing Art Gallery.

Max Card holders, members of NMDC and Museum Association and exhibition lenders: Free

*Concessions include 12-18 year olds, students, registered unemployed, disabled people (plus free entry for one carer).

**Two adults and two 12-18 year olds or one adult and three 12-18 year olds.

***Membership discount applies to Friends of the Laing, Art Fund members and Laing Exhibition Partners.

To be eligible for discounts you must show proof of age/status/membership.

Free entry for refugee card holders.

About

See powerful works by 50 international artists including Frank Auerbach, David Bomberg, Marc Chagall, Chaïm Soutine and Alfred Wolmark, which address the universality of migration and resulting issues of identity and belonging.

Drawn from the collection of the Ben Uri Gallery, London, the works span more than a century. They range in style from traditionalism to modernism and encompassing examples of Impressionism, Expressionism, Vorticism and Social Realism, as well as embracing media from painting to contemporary photography, film and installation.

A Ben Uri Partner exhibition.

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