Glenn Gibson

Glenn Gibson

Posted on 08/18/2013


Photo taken on October 22, 2011



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A Tyne to reflect

A Tyne to reflect
The Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art (BALTIC) is an international centre for contemporary Art.
It is located in Gateshead, North East England.
It presents a constantly changing programme of exhibitions and events, and is a world leader in the presentation,
commissioning and communication of contemporary visual art.
Dominic Williams of Ellis Williams Architects won an architectural competition in the mid 1990s to convert the 1950s Baltic Flour Mill into a centre for art.
After ten years in the planning and a capital investment of £50m, including £33.4m from the Arts Council Lottery Fund, BALTIC opened to the public at midnight on Saturday 13 July 2002.
The inaugural exhibition, B.OPEN, featured work by Chris Burden, Carsten Holler, Julian Opie, Jaume Plensa and Jane & Louise Wilson and attracted over 35,000 visitors in the first week.
To the right is the Sage,which is a centre for musical education, performance and conferences.

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