Pallant House Gallery
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Located in the heart of Chichester, Pallant House Gallery is a unique combination of a Grade 1 Listed Queen Anne townhouse and an award-winning contemporary extension, housing one of the UK's most significant collections of modern British art.
Pallant House Gallery was established as a public art gallery in 1982, and reopened in its present form in July 2006. The new wing, attached to the original townhouse of 1712, took nearly three years to complete, and quadrupled the gallery space.
In addition to its permanent collection, the gallery stages a rolling programme of first-class exhibitions of national, international and contemporary art. Some recent shows have focused on the work of R.B. Kitaj, Pauline Boty and Stanley Spencer.
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