Greenham Common Control Tower
Saturday, March 16, 2019
Wednesday, May 29, 2019
Burys Bank Road, Greenham, Newbury RG19 8BZ
South East England
Robert Fitzmaurice

Supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England

This exhibition of paintings and mixed media art looks back at the social history of Greenham Common, especially the former military presence and the peace camp protests of the 1980s.  Over the years Robert has developed a variety of figurative and semi-figurative motifs to question ideas about power, gender, childhood and identity. This exhibition advances those themes in the context of the actions taken by the Greenham women to confront patriarchy and challenge militarism.

The common was certainly no Eden then but this show offers no safe historical perspective. When leaders with nuclear arsenals have insulted each other with terms like rocket-man and dullard, and the US and Russia have withdrawn from the INF Treaty the same tensions exist now as then, and deserve our attention.

Exhibition Information

16th March to 29th May

Thurs & Fri 10.30-13.30, Sat & Sun 9.30-16.00Tand by appointment

Greenham Common Control Tower
Burys Bank Road, Greenham, Newbury RG19 8BZ