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The Aviary gallery, situated in Jesmond, Newcastle, opened last December as an instore and online destination for those who wanted to own unique and original art at an affordable price and, despite the hardship brought on by the global pandemic, are carrying on their reputation for curating rare and remarkable collection of arts the gallery presents their latest exhibition, NE:BODY 

This collective showcase (taking place from 9th September until 4th October) brings together a unique family of internationally established artists with an exceptional pedigree and legacy, along with emerging home grown talent from Newcastle and the North East of England, highlighting the best of the what the region has to offer in art, design and sculpture from some of most respected and well loved creators in the business.

The gallery director Trevor Read tells us more about The Aviary and the upcoming exhibition…

“The Aviary has always aimed to provide an innovative forum for contemporary art, presenting work by firmly established, internationally exhibiting and award-winning artists along with unseen emerging talent whose work has been rarely or never exhibited in the UK.

“When The Aviary Newcastle first opened its doors in December 2019 it was our ambition to create an accessible space, a home to house our unique collection of artwork that would become a hub of creativity; a place to share and evolve for us and all that would visit. Since our launch less than a year ago a whole world of artistic accomplishment and powerful creative capability has been revealed to us. We only had to step outside to discover a rich pedigree in gifted creators and an abundance of blossoming innovators, to know that we were at the core of a visionary hot bed.

“NE:BODY is a show dedicated to the legacy of every artist that ever contributed to the flourishing creative tapestry of the North East of England, and a celebration of those accomplished and compelling champions whose work you see on the walls here today.”

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