Herbert Read Gallery at University for the Creative Arts, Canterbury

Herbert Read Gallery at University for the Creative Arts, Canterbury


The Herbert Read Gallery is the campus exhibition space at the University for the Creative Arts (UCA), Canterbury. Founded in 1984 and rebuilt in 2001, it is named after the British modern art historian, poet and anarchist Herbert Read and hosts exhibitions and events on architecture, fine arts, design and fashion. Admission is free. 

Artists who have shown at the gallery include Yoko Ono, Jeremy Deller, Mark Titchner, Mike Nelson, Andrew Kӧtting, Hans Haacke, Fischli & Weiss, Atelier Van Lieshout, Clio Barnard, Adam Chodzko, Susan Hiller, Aernout Mik and Jamie Shovlin. The gallery has also displayed outstanding projects by UCA students and the annual BA and MA Graduation shows.


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