The Bermuda National Gallery is a space that facilitates the sharing of ideas, dialogue and discussion.
The gallery hosts a range of engaging exhibitions, events and programmes for all ages.
BNG provides a national platform for Bermudian art and artists, presenting their work alongside international exhibitions. Private tours of current exhibitions can be arranged. Please call ahead to book in advance.
A selection of portraits by Henry Ward that capture key figures in Bermuda’s diverse communities. Ward’s approach to portraiture is inspired by techniques developed over the centuries by the Old Masters, yet stylistically he aims to blend the old with the new.
On now until October 15
The Bermuda Biennial provides a unique cultural cornerstone for Bermuda. This year’s exhibition is juried by Claire Gilman, Chief Curator at the Drawing Centre, NYC; Alexandria Smith, Head of Painting at the Royal College of Art, London, and Richard Georges, Poet Laureate, BVI.
On now until December 30
With an instinctive eye for framing the shot and playing with visual cues, Richard Saunders (Bermudian, 1922 -1987) applied an artist’s approach to documentary photography. His striking black and white photographs provide a unique way of seeing.
On now through to February
Enjoy a range of interviews with local artists and creatives in Stories, the Bermuda National Gallery’s editorial section.
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Judith Aidoo-Saltus Standing at over 7ft tall, Vocable #2: The Veneration of Mami Wata (aka Mother Water), whose Ecstatic Beauty and Celestial Power is Made Most Manifest as She Bestrides both Atlantic and Time, (Re)Presented in Bermuda, August 2020 by greets visitors as they enter the 2022 Bermuda Biennial. Of
Richard Saunders Swapping a successful freelance photographic career for a role as a foreign correspondent for the US government, in 1967 Richard Clive Saunders (Bermudian, 1922-1987) became International Editor for Topic, a magazine published by the United States Information Agency (USIA), now the Public Diplomacy and Public Affairs bureaus within
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Members enjoy unlimited free access to the gallery, a discount on all BNG events and education programmes as well as exclusive invitations to exhibition openings.
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