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Marlow Moss

Marlow Moss rediscovered

It is not surprising if Marlow Moss is not an immediately recognisable name. Acclaimed in the 1920s to 1950s, she was a woman who has been largely marginalised and forgotten. Yet she was painting quite avant-garde, abstract pictures in the 1920s, she was part of the Constructivist European movement and exhibited in Paris, London and the Netherlands. HOT reporter Lauris Morgan-Griffiths went along to the Jerwood for a look at this neglected artist.

Christopher Wood: The Bather

Jerwood Collection Revealed; In Focus: Alfred Wallis

No sooner has the Jerwood hosted a nude flashmob in the hope of attracting Spencer Tunick to Hastings, than it open its doors to Jerwood Collection: Revealed. This stunning exhibition celebrates the growth of the Jerwood Foundation’s small private collection into a major collection of 20th and 21st century British Art. The gallery also features a smaller exhibition – In Focus: Alfred Wallis. HOT reporter Cathy Simpson, accompanied by Assistant Curator Victoria Howarth, toured the exhibition.

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