Mappin Art Gallery (Sheffield) Reviews
Description:Weston Park, Sheffield, S10 2TP. Telephone 0114 278 2600. Opening Times: Tuesday to Saturday 10am to 5pm; Sunday 11 ... more
Newest Review: ... Buildings. I have enjoyed numerous visits to the gallery over the past few years and the current show (May 2002) of some work by David Shrigley is great fun - particularly if you enjoy contemporary art which has a sense of humour. A number of other medium to high profile touring shows have appeared at the Mappin over recent years, so it is always worth keeping an eye on the diary of events. ... more
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by - written on 21/05/02, updated on 21/05/02 (Useful, 53 readings)
Whilst it may come as a surprise to some, Sheffield is actually blessed with a good selection of Art venues across the city. Many of these (The Mappin included) belong to the "Sheffield Museums and Galleries Trust), but there a few independent galleries too - the most notable being the Site Gallery. The Mappin is ideally situated just to the North West of the city centre in Weston Park, which is close to the tram network as well as the Hallamshire Hospital and main University Buildings. I have enjoyed numerous visits to the gallery over the past few years and the current show (May 2002) of some work by David Shrigley is great fun - particularly if ... Read the complete review
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