Exhibitions

    Past Exhibitions:

    • Silencing the Silence ryan-img-337x450 27 – 28 September 2013 Preview: Friday 27 September, 6 – 9pm Exhibition and Performances: Saturday 28 September, 11am – 9pm Alex Allmont  |  Veronica Cordova De La Rosa  |  Charlotte Heffernan  |  Aya Kasai  Ronak Khakban  |  Ryan Quarterman  |  Lee Riley  |  Austin Sherlaw-Johnson  |  Sophie Frenzel Special Guest: Macarena Ortuzar with Bruno Guastalla and Dariusz Dziala ‘Silencing the Silence’ showcases the works of Oxford researchers ...
    • The Romance of Dereliction dscf0404-300x225 4 – 19 May 2013 Preview: Saturday 4 May, 6 – 9pm Aliki Braine  |  Emma Papworth  |  Zsuzsanna Nyul  |  Robert Rapoport  |  Mary Robinson In collaboration with Artweeks, emerging curators were invited to respond to OVADA’s new warehouse space with an exhibition by Oxfordshire artists. The warehouse is a blank canvas in terms of the opportunity and possibility ...
    • Proposed Additions Private view front 5 – 21 April 2013 Preview: Thursday 4 April, 6 – 9pm Architrope  |  Jack Eden  |  Mimi Joung  |  Chris Taylor  |  Sebastian Thomas Proudly presenting a group exhibition of new work made in response to OVADA’s warehouse. ‘Proposed Additions’ is a collaboration between Oxford and London-based artists who have each used their residency period to explore architectural ...
    • Audiograft at OVADA Klangen-web-helmut-300x200  Helmut Lemke: Klangeln IX Monday 25 February – Saturday 2 March 2013 OVADA is proud to host Helmut Lemkes’ installation, Klengeln IX. The title comes from a combination of the German word Klang for noise and the English word angler. Experience the sound of oscillating fishing rods vibrating long strings  connected to drums, in the evocative and ...
    • Spotlight 2012 CLNimg 23 November 2012 For the third year running, OVADA will take over one of the City’s most attractive and historic buildings, Oxford Town Hall, for Christmas Light Night. Artists working in the South East region were selected from open submission to produce and exhibit work that responds to the physical space or the history of Oxford ...