In July 2010, the former Ipswich Art School on High Street re-opened as a gallery. Here we present detail of some of the exhibits loaned by London's Saatchi Gallery.
The Bed by Will Ryman dominates the atrium - the figure on the bed is 2.5 metres high and 8 metres in length.
Licorice Shoes by Andy Yoder is, indeed, a pair of shoes, 2 metres long, made of liquorice. The artist uses the American spelling.
Guild Of Mad Builders by Matthew Monahan is part of a work in three sections.
Unit 1 by Alexandra Bircken. All photos by David Hopley.
She by Rebecca Warren, still in its foam box. Read a full feature about the Ipswich Art School gallery in See Also below.
Croccioni by Rebecca Warren - legs and feet made of unfired clay on a plinth.
In one of the side-rooms at the gallery lives Joanne by Thomas Houseago.
Trapped in a glass case is Sloth by Francis Uprichard which is made of fake fur, silver rings and modelling material.
Travellers Collection by Francis Uprichard, which also features a mummified figure. To see the full size versions, visit the exhibition which runs until January 2011.
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