About Xross-PolyNation

Gallery History

Xross-PolyNation aims to promote cross-cultural exchange through Art exhibitions, which in some ways enables a richer cultural fabric to strengthen ties between diverse regions of the world.

In February 2005 Xross-PolyNation hosted an exhibition of International artists in the A.I.F.A.C.S Gallery New Delhi; India. Artists from Palestine, England, America, India and Canada were all represented and had work on display for the two week show. The diverse selection of artist’s promoted an eclectic contemporary exhibition that represented Painting, Drawing, Mixed Media, Video Art and Digital work. The exhibition was inaugurated by the British High Commissioner in India.

Xross- Polynation continues to encourage and support emerging practitioners and to showcase their work on an international stand.


Mission Statement

The mission of Xross-PolyNation is to encourage, appreciate and understand its sole in society through direct engagement with original works of Art. The gallery will stimulate active learning about Art and the creative process through research, teaching, and dialogue among communities, Artists, scholars, alumni and the wider public.

The gallery will organise exhibitions and educational events to offer enjoyment and encourage support for voices of community in peace and prayer through “Art Power” Exhibitions.

The gallery is proud to partner with a variety of high profile of art societies: Upcoming artist from UK Youth, Royal Art Schools and the University of Creative Arts. Enrich Art spaces and activate Art spaces.


A few words about us…

"In the context of this exhibition in the gallery, refers to the coming together of a group of different artists and cultures who present independent issues of creative research, reflecting experiences through international travel. This group of highly motivated artists reflects a wide diversity of FOCI in terms of international activity. This has been a key strength for these contemporary practitioners who are at the forefront of the experience of fast communication systems and accessibility of information that is now transforming visual arts.

These Exhibits stand firmly in their own right as individual manifestation of the thinking process of the dynamic experiences undertaken.

To this effect the audience is invited to share and invest in these artworks. Not only as they stand before us, but also in the potential of what they point to in the future"

Richard Davies
University of Creative Arts