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The Gallery

"As a space for contemporary art that reinvents itself for every exhibition, NGCA is a venue that any city in Europe would be proud of."
Eric Bainbridge, Professor of Fine Art, University of Sunderland

Northern Gallery for Contemporary Art's main gallery is one of the most flexible spaces in the UK and changes character for each exhibition. Its generous 35x17m space contains a grid of ceiling-mounted screens, which are used to create suites of rooms, sequences of intimate spaces, or a spacious open-plan arena.

Click here to download floor plans for the Main Gallery or Project Space. Each dotted line signifies a 4-metre square ceiling grid.

[Main Gallery Floor Plan]
[Project Space Floor Plan]
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Preview evening for the Arthur Zmijewski exhibition 2010


Preview evening for the Arthur Zmijewski exhibition 2010


Project space during the Rank exhition 2009


Exhibition installation Shot:
Cory Arcangel: 'a couple thousand short films about Glenn Gould' 2007


Exhibition installation shot:
Daniel Silver: 'Demos' 2007


Exhibition installation shot:
Ergin Cavusoglu: 'Point of Departure' 2006




Exhibition installation shot:
'Condition of England' 2005

  
Exhibition installation shot:
'Condition of England' 2005


Exhibition installation shot:
'Cooperative Society' 2005


Exhibition installation shot:
Project Space 2005