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Black Sabbath – 50 Years

Home of Metal: Black Sabbath – 50 Yearsat Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery26 June – 29 September BUY TICKETS Tickets must be purchased in advance of your visit “It’s an honour to be a part of the Home of Metal. I am just a guy from Birmingham who’s .
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Ben Venom: All This Mayhem

MAC (Midlands Art Centre) from 22 June – 8 September Free Admissionmacbirmingham.co.uk An exhibition using traditional quilting and Heavy Metal aesthetics. Working with repurposed materials to create textile- based pieces, Ben contrasts the often menacing and aggressive counterculture components of gangs, punk/metal music, and the occult with the .
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Alan Kane: 4 Bed Detached Home of Metal

The New Art Gallery Walsall 22 June to 1 SeptemberFree Admissionthenewartgallerywalsall.org.uk Will see Alan Kane bringing together personal collections from metal fans, plus works from leading UK artists, in an ambitiously collaborative exhibition that will be set across the extensive Floor 3 Galleries. The show will .
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Przemek Branas: I is Somebody Else

Przemek Branas: I is Somebody ElseCentrala22 June – 11 AugustFree Admission Acclaimed Polish artist Przemek Branas presents his first solo UK show at Centrala. In“I Is Somebody Else” he will create an installation employing the motif of the mask. Branas is inspired by impersonation strongly present in heavy metal culture but also .
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Hand of Doom

mac (Midlands Arts Centre)8 June – 1 SeptemberFree admissionmacbirmingham.co.uk/ This exhibition features a collection of portraits of Black Sabbath fans wearing the ubiquitous battle jacket. The jackets are embellished, handmade and embroidered by the fans themselves, and worn to tell the story of their fandom and gig-attending history. The photographs were created .
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Monster Chetwynd: Hell Mouth 3

18 May – 27 JulyEastside ProjectsFree admissioneastsideprojects.org Chetwynd’s fascination with Penelope Spheeri’s three-part film series The Decline of Western Civilisation, from 1981 to 1998, featuring many of the ‘most influential and innovative musicians and groups of all time’, has informed many of her works over the past decade and will take .
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NEVER SAY DIE!: Celebrating 50 Years of Black Sabbath

“Black Sabbath has been one of my all-time favourite bands for decades and I think it’s only fitting that we celebrate 50 years of the masters of reality. I’m proud to be part of this show and to bring this to Subliminal Projects and Echo .
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