2007 / Exhibitions & Events

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    BNC 2007, Cornerhouse, Manchester

    23 November 2007 - 20 January 2008

    Cornerhouse is a loyal venue for New Contemporaries and has regularly presented the show over the last 20 years in its programme. It is an independent space, with a specialist programme of contemporary art and independent film and is a vibrant social space well served by cafes, bars, and active cinema and gallery programmes. The show is well supported by the Cornerhouse audiences and the show always receives a very positive reception. The audience figures are estimated at 12,000, making it one of the most popular exhibitions in their programme.
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  • BNC 2007, Club Row, London

    BNC 2007, Club Row, London

    8 October - 4 November 2007

    Club Row is a non-gallery venue and the new regular London base for the exhibition. Times to co-incide with Frieze Art Fair, the exhibition attracts a smaller hard-core audience of artists, art professionals and art colleges. Frieze brought an International art market to the show, with many purchases made from International Collectors on the opening night, including a collectors group from the Whtney Museum. The audience figures for Club Row are estimated at 4,000 and reflect a professional art audience and core audience for the show.
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  • Image: work from BNC 2007 displayed at The New Art Gallery, Walsall, a magnificent space specially commissioned from architects Caruso St John

    BNC 2007, The New Art Gallery, Walsall

    13 July - 2 September 2007

    Walsall has a strong sense of place and social purpose with an expressed commitment to art, community and education programmes. The venue is family friendly with active participation from local schools. The audience figures reflect its popularity, with over 1.3 million visitors since it opened in February 2000.
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