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.
This historic exhibition presents a selection of Bermuda landscapes painted by New Zealand watercolourist Owen Merton (1887-1931) in the year he spent living on the island in 1922. This is the first time that this striking series has ever been shown in Bermuda.
On through to August 2024
Bringing together a selection of mixed media works from the BNG’s permanent collection and loans from the community, the exhibition features work by artists of Bermudian heritage including Robert Bassett, Norman Lewis, Charles Lloyd Tucker, Robert Barritt and Bill Ming.
On through to March 2024
Bermuda Wonderland is an interactive exhibition aimed at children and children at heart. Paintings, which depict each one of Bermuda’s parishes through the lens of Alice in Wonderland and the imagination of Bermuda’s best-selling children’s author, are brought to life in a virtual world.
On through to May 2024
Threads Unravelling is an exhibition by Bermudian multi-media artist Gherdai Hassell, who returns to the Bermuda National Gallery with new textile and collage works, continuing her visual exploration of identity through the lenses of language and history.
On through to March 2024
Made Possible by the Christian Humann Foundation We’re thrilled to offer free admission for the whole family for 2024. A big thank you to the Christian Humann Foundation for making this possible for a second year running and ensuring that gallery admission is available for all. The Christian Humann Foundation
Made Possible by the Hamilton Princess & Beach Club We are offering free transport to and from the gallery for school children through to April. The programme is made possible by the generous support of the Hamilton Princess Hotel & Beach Club who have generously loaned their minibus. Schools island-wide are invited
Ebony G. Patterson and Helen Toomer Last week we welcomed multimedia artist Ebony G. Patterson and art fair organiser Helen Toomer to Bermuda to jury the 2024 Bermuda Biennial. Over 200 individual artworks were submitted, from which the pair selected 33 to be displayed in the exhibition. The jurors gave
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