Next to the library and a stones throw away from the market square, the Angel Row Gallery houses a large open plan space and presents a range of home-grown and touring exhibitions.
It's probably Nottingham's best-known gallery, mainly because of its prime location and consistently accessible contemporary arts programming. The Arts Council England has described the venue as a flagship' for the East Midlands.
All work shown in this space is made by living artists, who often work in an experimental way. Never afraid to shy away from difficult political and social issues, Angel Row presents around fifteen exhibitions of dynamic work a year.
The gallery has a very good education room and provides many workshops and events for people of all ages. The staff are helpful, polite and informative and this is also one of the few places in Nottingham which stocks a decent range of art magazines (e.g. Frieze, Art Monthly, Modern Painters etc...)