West Suffolk is set to host what will probably be the largest modern art exhibition ever seen in the UK.
The Urban Frame: Mutiny in Colour will run simultaneously across three locations in West Suffolk (the National Horseracing Museum, Newmarket, Moyse’s Hall Museum, Bury St Edmunds and Haverhill Arts Centre) during the summer of 2023:
– National Horseracing Museum – 3rd June to 1st October 2023
– Moyse’s Hall Museum – 3rd June to 1st October 2023
– Haverhill Arts Centre – 10th July to 12th September 2023
Organised in association with Brandler Galleries, the exhibition at the National Horseracing Museum will host over 100 works from some of the world’s most renowned contemporary artists including Banksy, Damien Hurst, Tracey Emin, the Connor Brothers, Blak Le Rat, Pure Evil, My Dog Sighs, Kaws, Sherlock, Swoon, Ben Eine, Bambi, Hush and Lamont White.
A number of the works across the venues have never been exhibited before, including three major pieces by Banksy: Computer Boy, Heart Boy and Sandcastle Girl, which was painted on a wall in Lowestoft during Banksy’s Spraycation to East Anglia in 2021. Banksy’s Hula Hoop Girl will be on display at the National Horseracing Museum.
£7 per adult
£3 children 12-18
Under 11’s go free