An exhibition chronicling two different generations of British abstract printmakers is running all throughout January starts on Wednesday at the Diss Corn Hall Gallery.
The works, on display in the Corn Hall until Saturday, January 31, will encompass the avant-garde generation of the 1930s, which includes the likes of Henry Moore and Barbara Hepworth, and the ‘pop’ art and American abstraction eras of the 1960s and 70s, where artists such as Bridget Riley, Howard Hodgkin and Sean Scully, among others, are represented.
The first evening viewing will take place at the gallery on Wednesday from 6.30pm until 7.45pm. Attendees invited to stay on for the Corn Hall’s screening of the critically-acclaimed Dardennes brothers film Two Days, One Night, which starts at 8pm.
The exhibition will remain free of charge to enter for the entire month.
For more information, visit www.disscornhall.co.uk