Landscapes of Exploration – Peninsula Gallery Plymouth Jan 2012
A touring exhibition curated by Liz Wells, Professor of Photography at Plymouth University. The exhibition brings together for the first time, the work of artists and writers who have been to Antarctica as part of the British Antarctic Survey / Arts Council artists and writers programme. Neville Gabie spent four months traveling to and resident at Halley Research Station, the most southerly British base in Antarctica. He is the only artist to date who has been allowed to be based at Halley Research Station.
The exhibition is due to tour to; The Scott Polar Institute and Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge – The Gallery, Bournmouth University in 2013 / 2015