Land, Sea, and Sky – Paul Nash in Oxford

11 May – 9 June
Thursdays and Fridays  4pm – 7pm
Weekends 11am – 4pm

Entrance is free

Land, Sea, and Sky will draw on the holdings of the Ashmolean Museum, the Tate archives, and a number of Oxford Colleges and private collections to bring the work of renowned British surrealist painter and war artist Paul Nash to Oxford.
This exhibition will shed light on the Oxfordshire locations that inspired his work, and the Oxonian women who supported him. This project is a collaboration with a team of curators, writers, researchers and art historians from across the country.

The exhibition will also be open for half an hour before and after each of the events linked to this exhibition:

How to See Wars? Artistic Interventions into the Landscapes of Power Aida Hozić
Wednesday 15 May | 6.30pm

Out of A Chaos – A Documentary
Wednesday 22 May | 6pm-8pm

Dave McKean in conversation with David Boyd Haycock
Wednesday 29 May | 6.30pm

A very British Surrealist? The Enduring Legacy of Paul Nash Will Gompertz in conversation with Myroslava Hartmond
Sunday 9 June | 6pm

Paul Nash Curatorial panel discussion
Wednesday 5 June | 6.30pm


May 11 2024 - Jun 09 2024


6:30 pm


Pembroke Art Gallery
5 Brewer Street, Oxford, OX1 1QN