Manspreading, Menstruation and Mansplaining.
Founded on a belief that art should be democratic, accessible and engaging, The Gallery aims to reach millions of Brits, showcasing exciting new work by diverse artists no matter where they are in the world.
10 artworks were exhibited across our four nations in towns and cities large and small and reaching millions of people over a four-week period: from Bournemouth to Belfast and Margate to Manchester, including Cardiff, Edinburgh, Glasgow and London.
The Gallery is supported by the Out-of-Home* advertising industry and other funders and supporters including Clear Channel and JCDecaux. The project aims to make art truly accessible in an outdoor gallery that thrusts thought-provoking pieces into the heart of public conversations. Produced by Artichoke, The Gallery sets out to nurture and develop early and mid-career artists, giving them a platform and guidance on producing art in the public realm.
*The term Out-of-Home refers to any visual advertising media found outside of the home, including on-street billboards, digital screens, bus-shelters and train stations.