Here at 20-21 Visual Arts Centre, we have five exhibition spaces showing a range of contemporary art and craft from local, regional, national and international artists.

To help us remain Covid Secure, entry to some of 20-21 Visual Arts Centre’s busier exhibitions may be by free ticket only. Please check our current exhibitions to see if you need to book ahead.
Please read our visitor information before visiting.

Current exhibitions:

None of our current exhibitions require pre-booked tickets. Just drop in.

7 May to 25 June 2022
X Change – 10 artists from the collection of Sparkassenstiftung Lüneburg.

30 April to 2 July 2022
Clare Morton – Fish Bones and Free People – Glasgow based artist and designer Clare Morton explores gender identity and belonging.

29 January to 25 June 2022
Introducing 2022 – A series of three small exhibitions by artists selected from the Lincolnshire region.

2 April to 25 June 2022
Hideaway: painting and poetry from the saltmarsh – Stunning figurative paintings by Judith Tucker alongside evocative poetry by Harriet Tarlo, exploring the Humberston Fitties, a unique area of historic holiday dwellings at the mouth of the River Humber.

Continuing through 2022
Dan Rawlings – Future Returns – Now showing in our Gallery Courtyard, Dan Rawlings’ vision of a post-industrial future.


Virtual 3D exhibition tour (Online Only):

Some of our past exhibitions have been recorded as a virtual tour, to be experienced on your PC, smart device or VR headset. Enjoy a visit to 20-21 in virtual 3D without leaving home.

Take the tour

Art in a computer generated gallery

Welcome Home – A Virtual Gallery Takeover – Artist Sam Metz has worked with a team of 16-25 year olds to create and curate a virtual exhibition in a 3D digital space.


Forthcoming exhibitions:

Announcements coming soon.


Why not check out our exhibitions archive and read about some of the fantastic exhibitions we’ve had at 20-21 over the years?

As well as the exhibitions we organise for in-house, we also manage the touring of exhibitions to venues across the UK and overseas. For details of our current touring exhibitions, visit our Touring Exhibitions page.