29 September 2014

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“HOW THE PAST PUSHES ITS WAY INTO THE PRESENT” with Dr Angela Fell

12 October 2014 RECURSIVE: How the past pushes its way into the present Dr Angela Fell, Jungian analyst and psychotherapist, presents a discussion on how the past pushes its way into the present, in conjunction with RECURSIVE. I have been a Psychotherapist, then Jungian Analyst for over thirty years and during that time I have […]

26 September 2014

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Lose & Find Victoria

Designer and artist Bahbak Hashemi-Nezhad has designed a participatory art trail around Victoria for Delfina Foundation as part of the Inside Out festival hosted by Create Victoria, Land Securities. The 2-hour mapping workshop/game will collectively explore the unregistered places and opinions within the area in response to pending redevelopment. Working in small groups, participants are […]

26 September 2014

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Gabriele De Santis: On The Run – Panel Discussion

To signal the start of Gabriele De Santis: On The Run, ARTUNER is pleased to announce a panel discussion on Monday, 13th October 2014 at 18:30pm, which will feature the artist in conversation with Gregor Muir, Executive Director of the Institute of Contemporary Art, London and Eugenio Re Rebaudengo, Founder of ARTUNER. On The Run […]

25 September 2014

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CCLAP (CROSS-CULTURAL LIVE ART PROJECT)

CCLAP brings together Southeast Asian and UK/European artists for a 2-day symposium, showcasing performances, talks and a screening programme exploring gendered/feminist notions of “rites”. Presented in partnership with SEA ArtsFest, Asian Performing Arts Forum, Live Art Development Agency and Romeet Contemporary Art Space. CCLAP instigates the sharing of the developments and critical reflections of significant […]

25 September 2014

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Burlesque & Sensual Arts

TriSpace Gallery is hosting the next instalment in our series of Burlesque and Sensual Arts. As an event space as well as art gallery, and situated minutes from Bermondsey station, we are the perfect place for a night of entertainment and arts in London. Join us on October 3rd for an evening of performances with […]

25 September 2014

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Daniel Canty – Worldlines

The current Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec (CALQ) London Residency holder Daniel Canty, presents Worldlines, a limited edition booklet where he dwells on the invention of self and writing. Interweaving his personal history with the mythical matters of a universal literature, Daniel Canty exposes the ways in which literature amplifies our temporal […]

25 September 2014

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Talk: Building Blocks: Curating Architecture

Despite the complexity and difficult curatorial challenge in exhibiting architecture as a medium, a number of such exhibitions have been held in a variety of settings. Often involving installations, sketches, photos and models, we are able to gain an insight into the minds, worlds and inspirations of architects and the environments they create, but what […]

25 September 2014

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Artist talk: Shinro Ohtake

Constantly exploring the act of creating, Shinro Ohtake is a distinguished Japanese contemporary artist whose career spans over 35 years. His work is truly borderless with his main medium being painting but also expands into sculpture, design, installation, and even experimental music. Ohtake’s subject and complex style has earned him numerous invitations to exhibitions worldwide including dOCUMENTA […]

25 September 2014

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Talk: Speaking the Same Language – International Collaboration and Co-production in Performing Arts

With the increasing number of opportunities available, performing arts professionals have noted the benefits of international collaboration, and this has resulted in a growing number of projects being co-produced, even between the U.K. and Japan. Attributed to many factors, including arguably improved communication technology and the increased pace of globalisation, this established practice is not […]

24 September 2014

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21st Century Carpet Sale: A Legendary Collection

watersidecontemporary and Swedenborg Society present 21st Century Carpet Sale! A Legendary Collection, a performance event conceived by Oreet Ashery. Ashery’s expansive body of work often confronts ideological, social and historical constructions within the fabric of personal and broader contemporary realities. This new work weaves together ideas the artist has been exploring since the beginning of the century. Part catwalk, […]

24 September 2014

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Arthur I Miller: How Cutting Edge Science Is Redefining Contemporary Art

Arthur I. Miller is fascinated by the nature of creative thinking – in art on the one hand and science on the other. What are the similarities, what are the differences?   Miller’s latest book, Colliding Worlds: How Cutting-Edge Science is Redefining Contemporary Art tells the story of how art, science and technology are fusing in […]

23 September 2014

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Sound and Light Art Workshop

PARALLEL RELAY: EXPERIMENTS IN SOUND AND LIGHT FREE ART WORKSHOP 27th September 2014
 Creative Section 14:00-18:30
 Public Presentation 19:30-20:30 (Light Window and Soundscape)Bow Church, 230 Bow Road, London E3 3AH Booking: info@parallelrelay.com Free sound and light art workshop, open to all experience levels. A unique workshop exploring the mediums of sound and light through site-specific working. Hosted […]

22 September 2014

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Bow Arts Stratford Open Studios ’14

Bow Arts runs one of the most vibrant and well attended Open Studios in London. The Open Studios represents an excellent opportunity for members of the public, curators and collectors to see a huge range of diverse art forms and artists at all stages of their careers. Right next to Discover Children’s Story Centre, our […]

22 September 2014

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National Trust launches ‘pop-up’ opening of the Balfron Tower

For two weeks only, the National Trust is opening Flat 130 in the Balfron Tower, Poplar, to the public. Designed by modernist architect Ernö Goldfinger, and finished in 1967, Flat 130 is the flat that Goldfinger himself lived in for 2 months in 1968, to prove the desirability of high-rise living. Why is the National […]

20 September 2014

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Piano Recital at rosenfeld porcini: Giovanni Guidi, Nicola Samorì

An evening of Jazz: Giovanni Guidi Piano recital   16 october 2014, 7:30 – 9:15 pm   On the evening of Thursday 16th October 2014, rosenfeld porcini is proud to present in its Fitzrovia gallery, for a second consecutive year, an exclusive piano concerto by acclaimed young Italian Jazz prodigy Giovanni Guidi.     rosenfeld porcini’s […]

19 September 2014

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LONDON ALTERNATIVE PHOTOGRAPHY COLLECTIVE Nov Talk

The London Alternative Photography Collective holds free talks every first Tuesday of the month. November talk – Madaleine Trigg and Lam Pok Yin Jeff http://lapc.4ormat.com/ This talk is part of Doomed Gallery’s Photomonth 2014 programme.

19 September 2014

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LONDON ALTERNATIVE PHOTOGRAPHY COLLECTIVE Sept Talk

The London Alternative Photography Collective holds free talks every first Tuesday of the month. October talk – Terry King and Martin Newth http://lapc.4ormat.com/ FACEBOOK EVENTMEET UP EVENT This exhibition is part of Doomed Gallery’s Photomonth 2014 programme.

17 September 2014

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The Modernist Offence: Egon Schiele and the Naked Female Body

Art historian Gemma Blackshaw, Associate Professor of Art History at the University of Plymouth, will discuss Egon Schiele’s drawings of the naked female body in the context of pornography in Vienna at the turn of the twentieth century. Focusing on an ‘obscene’ portfolio of prints from drawings by Schiele implicated in the 1923 arrest of […]

17 September 2014

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Freud and Eros: Love, Lust and Longing – Curator’s Talk

The god of love is one of the best represented deities in Freud’s impressive collection of antiquities. Join Dr Burke, the exhibition’s curator, as she discusses the profound connections between classical Greek culture, the artworks collected by Freud and the development of psychoanalysis. Freud understood the god well: Eros could spark the civilizing force of […]

17 September 2014

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Annie Davey: Holiday Art

As autumn draws in once again and artists return to their day jobs teaching and installing shows, Annie Davey will give a lecture reflecting on a summer of residencies and holidays. Identifying a commonality between these activities, she will trace a parallel history rooted in the 19th century pursuit of leisure and escapism through to […]

17 September 2014

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Still Moving DSLR Film Festival

Photofusion is excited to announce the final PROGRAMME of events for the upcoming STILL / MOVING Film Festival taking place in Brixton this September (20-28th).The festival focuses around the screenings of exclusive and acclaimed films with accompanying Q&As at the Ritzy, as well as outdoor screenings of selected short films submissions from talented emerging film makers, at central locations […]

13 September 2014

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OPEN STUDIOS DUMBO Arts Festival 2014 New York

OPEN STUDOS Leopold van de Ven during DUMBO Arts Festival on Friday, September 26th, Saturday, September 27th and Sunday, September 28th. at Triangle Arts Association New York studio building

11 September 2014

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ARTiculations with Richard Deacon

As part of the ARTiculations series, Richard Deacon, Turner Prize winning sculptor will be in conversation with Pamela Kember, Head of Arts and Learning at Asia House. Richard Deacon grew up in Sri Lanka, and has travelled through many parts of Asia over the course of his career. He will come to talk with Pamela […]

11 September 2014

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SAF Hook Up

SAF Hook Up SHOW, PROMOTE & TALK ABOUT YOUR WORK COLLABORATE WITH MORE CREATIVES USE THE NETWORK TO FIND SUPPORT FOR YOUR PROJECTS!   SAF Hook Up is a networking event that aims to build bridges and make connections between creatives from varying disciplines. Come to the sessions with cards in hand, ready to promote […]

11 September 2014

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Talent Match – Open Day

Drop-ins @ Karamel for employment and training. Throughout September and October, Collage Arts are hosting weekly drop-ins at the Karamel cafe for young people who are interested in finding out more about Talent Match and the opportunities in North London. Karamel is a vibrant, welcoming space in Wood Green – an ideal setting to meet […]

11 September 2014

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Serpentine Cinema Series: Cerith Wyn Evans

Serpentine Cinema presents a series of screenings curated by Cerith Wyn Evans on the occasion of his exhibition at the Serpentine Sackler Gallery. Part 1 includes a new film by Steve Farrer as well as films by Andy Warhol and Peter Gidal, among others.  Part 2 includes films by Kenneth Anger, John Cage and Steve […]

9 September 2014

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Jonah (Marin Sorescu) | An audio play Diana Duta

WE ARE DELIGHTED TO INVITE YOU TO THE PREMIERE OF MARIN SORESCU’S   IONA (Jonah)   A RADIO PLAY IN AN ORIGINAL TRANSLATION INTO ENGLISH BY DIANA DUTA  Part of Roundtable Projects …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… Friday, 26 September | 7:00 – 9:00 PM | Manchester Square, 18 Fitzhardinge Street, London W1H 6EQ Admission Free | RSVP at bookings@romanianculturalcentre.org.uk …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… Marin Sorescu‘s play Iona (Jonah), belongs to the theatre of the absurd, and uses […]

9 September 2014

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Visual Cultures Lecture Series 2014/2015

This autumn the RCA School of Fine Art hosts its third Visual Cultures public lecture series with a focus on today’s art production and culture. The theme, Contemporaneity and Other Tales, invites audiences and cultural figures to consider the world around them through various artistic mediums. Guest speakers, including distinguished artists, writers, curators and academics […]

8 September 2014

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Art Meets Design – Talk: Yuri Suzuki x Kouichi Okamoto with Alex Coles

Today, the names Yuri Suzuki and Kouichi Okamoto have become synonymous as fusion artists who can freely cross the boundary between design and art. While both have worked in product design creating functional objects, each has been involved in music and sound projects and their practices have started leaning towards the pursuit of creative expression […]

5 September 2014

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PhotoHastings 2014

PhotoHastings 2014 is the UK’s newest photographic season, running through October and November.  The season, which is delivered by Photo Hub Group, is a platform for emerging and established names to show together in the seaside town. There will be a series of 25 exhibitions, lectures and community events, with the eason launch on October […]

3 September 2014

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Lambeth Open 2014

On the first weekend of October artists and makers across the borough of Lambeth will be opening their studio, work spaces and homes to the public. This event showcases the fantastic wealth of creative talent tucked away in the borough including painting, sculpture, photography, textile design, jewellery and print making. Venues vary from artists home […]

3 September 2014

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IAAC – International Awards for Art Criticism

These new annual International Awards for Art Criticism are open to candidates from anywhere in the world, writing in Chinese or English about any contemporary art exhibition held between 1 January and 30 September 2014.   The First Prize consists of a cash award of 50,000 RMB (6,000 Euros) and a fully funded two-week residency […]