Bare Life art exhibition
Charts the development of twentieth-century British art, with a particular focus on the post-war period. The title Bare Life refers to the often uncompromising and experimental way in which a number of artists during this period responded to the human figure, from Walter Sickert and Francis Bacon to Gilbert and George and Matt Collishaw. The exhibition includes an important recent acquisition, Red Conservatory by John Walker.
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Directions to Ulster Museum
The museum is a leisurely 20-30 minute walk from Belfast City Centre; follow signs for Queens University or Botanic Gardens.