Located in the Fruit Market cultural quarter, Humber Street Gallery is being opened as part of the Hull UK City of Culture 2017 programme.
The three storey gallery in a former fruit and vegetable warehouse will present a range of contemporary visual art, design, film, photography and craft throughout 2017, with a café and rooftop bar for visitors.
Humber Street Gallery helps cement Hull’s reputation as a significant cultural destination, for visual arts in particular. It follows national acclaim for the Ferens Art Gallery, which recently reopened following its £5.2m refurbishment by Hull City Council, and the Brynmor Jones Library at the University of Hull, which has also recently been refurbished with a £28-million investment and is now able to bring major and diverse exhibitions to the city.
“I hope to generate debate, push boundaries, and encourage new ways of thinking for both those familiar with the arts and those new to this arena.” David Sinclair (Curator).
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