27 June 2014

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With A Seamstress Tape & A Smile: Talk on women archaeologists in Italy & North Africa in the early

31 July 2014, 7pm Dr Caroline Goodson will give a lecture on the work of Esther Van Deman and speak more broadly on the work of other women Archaeologists in Italy and North Africa in the early twentieth century. Esther Van Deman’s photographs act as fulcrum for the works in our current exhibition My Sister Who […]

27 June 2014

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Choir of London: Showcasing the 2014 Bursary Scheme for young Palestinian musicians

MUSIC RECITAL 29 July 2014, 6pm Enjoy a fantastic evening of music with the Choir of London 2014 Bursary Scheme winners. This event will celebrate the close of the 2014 Bursary Scheme for young Palestinian musicians with an informal recital. Choir of London maintains a particular focus on developing music education in the Palestinian territories […]

27 June 2014

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New Visual Languages: Talk on Landscape, Politics & The Lens

DISCUSSION 24 July 2014, 7pm Artist Corinne Silva, whose work features in the exhibition My Sister Who Travels, will be in conversation with scholar Eugenie Shinkle. Together they will discuss the themes that emerge from the exhibition with a focus on landscape and its interpretation in contemporary photographic practices. Originally trained as a civil engineer, […]

27 June 2014

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Artists’ Round Table With ‘My Sister Who Travels’ curator & artists

GROUP DISCUSSION 19 July 2014, 12pm Join Martina Caruso, curator of the exhibition My Sister Who Travels, for introduction to the show followed by a discussion between the participating artists. Independent curator Rebecca Heald will chair the round table between Jananne Al-Ani, Halida Boughriet, Ursula Schulz-Dornburg, Corinne Silva and Paola Yacoub. Together they will discuss […]

25 June 2014

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20 YEARS OF ARCHIVE FEVER

International Symposium at the Freud Museum “It is what is happening, right here, when a house, the Freuds’ last house, becomes a museum: the passage from one institution to another.” (Jacques Derrida, ‘Archive Fever’) Presented as a gift to the Freud Museum, Jacques Derrida’s 1994 lecture ‘Archive Fever‘ remains a compelling work for scholars and […]

24 June 2014

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JUNE RESIDENCIES OPEN STUDIO WEEKEND

Friday 27 June 6-9pm & Saturday 28 June, 12-6pm A unique opportunity to view the work of international artists-in-residence Joon Kim (Korea), Wilhelm Klotzek (Germany), Christina Kral (Germany) and Luisa Ungar (Colombia). Screenings, tours, talks and other events will also take place over the weekend. The exhibition Dependency is also on show throughout the weekend, and events on the Friday coincide with SLAM Last Fridays, […]

24 June 2014

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London Art Week

One of the key art events in the London summer calendar is London Art Week, a week-long celebration of paintings, drawings and sculpture in Mayfair and St James’s which attracts collectors and curators from all over the world.  London Art Week is the platform that unites Master Drawings & Sculpture Week and Master Paintings Week, […]

24 June 2014

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Zoë Skoulding & Samira Negrouche. Poetry performance

Zoë Skoulding & Samira Negrouche Literature Across Frontiers and The Mosaic Rooms are pleased to present an encounter between languages and sound. Poets Zoë Skoulding and Samira Negrouche are working together on a cross-cultural and cross-media collaboration for this year’s Ledbury Poetry Festival. Alongside translating each other’s poems, they’ll be creating a multimedia performance combining […]

24 June 2014

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Electro Chaabi: Screening + Q&A

Electro Chaabi: Screening + Q&A 9 July 2014, 7.30pm Much more than a simple musical phenomenon, electro chaabi is a salutary discharge for a youth haunted by the shackles that the Egyptian society imposes. The genre is a new kind of music born under the cultural revolution that swept over Egypt, it combines pop, electronic […]

24 June 2014

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Syria: From the Great War to Civil War. Book launch/Discussion

Syria: From the Great War to Civil War BOOK LAUNCH/DISCUSSION 3 July 2014, 7pm Syria’s descent into civil war has already claimed an estimated 150,000 lives while nearly nine million people have fled their homes. This is now the greatest humanitarian and political crisis of the twenty-first century. Why have Syria’s foundations as a nation […]

24 June 2014

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Brixton Craft: The Surrealists

Brixton Craft is going Dada to Gaga! We’re literally melting with anticipation, this will be our most obscure and crazy crafting extravaganza to date with everything from ceramics to collage. Brixton Craft is going Dada to Gaga! We’re literally melting with anticipation, this will be our most obscure and crazy crafting extravaganza to date. Exploring […]

20 June 2014

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Snow Crash: New Productions Launch.

Banner Repeater is pleased to announce the extended run of the group exhibition SNOW CRASH, which will continue until 20 July. Erica Scourti, Jesse Darling, Yuri Pattison, Tyler Coburn, Anna Barham, and Ami Clarke.    Fri 27 June 6.30-9pm Snow Crash: New Productions Launch. Please join us on Friday 27 June, 6.30-9pm for the launch […]

19 June 2014

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Exhibition Closing Party & Catalogue Launch

Join us for a special closing party of Intervening Space: From the Intimate to the World. The exhibition, curated by Yasmina Reggad for aria, is the first London group show of six contemporary Algerian artists, featuring newly-commissioned and reimagined works from Fayçal Baghriche, Amina Menia, Atef Berredjem, Hanan Benammar, Massinissa Selmani and Sadek Rahim. During […]

17 June 2014

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Artist talk: Macoto Murayama on ‘Botech Compositions’ – Where Botanical Art Meets Science

Macoto Murayama is a digital artist who creates intricate computer-generated botanical images. Much like a true botanist, Murayama gathers flowers and dissects them piece by piece, before accurately creating detailed illustrations of the flowers’ form as geometric and mechanical structures using 3D imaging software. Murayama’s unique botanical blueprints lend themselves to the fields of architecture and […]

15 June 2014

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Cr8net: London’s Premier Creative Industries Conference

Cr8net is back and better than ever! CIDA presents the fourth annual Cr8net conference – our flagship creative sector event tackling industry concerns and championing innovation and creativity. Join us and the likes of David Lan, John Newbigin, and Jude Kelly alongside a whole host of other creative industries’ movers and shakers to deliberate the […]

13 June 2014

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Code your own Retro Game with Python

A beginners workshop for young people aged 13-17 to learn coding led by Codasign (limited capacity, please bring a laptop with you, online booking here) The workshop is part of a series of events in conjunction with the exhibition SEFT-1 Abandoned Railways Exploration Probe: Modern Ruins 1:220 running from 20 June – 27 July (open […]

13 June 2014

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Create Your Own Railway Exploration Vehicle

Join Codasign in this family workshop aimed at 7-12 year olds in which we will be making railway exploration vehicles inspired by SEFT-1 Abandoned Railways Exploration Probe – Modern Ruins 1:220 commissioned by The Arts Catalyst and presented in partnership with Furtherfield. We will be working with basic electronics, using 3v motors and gears to create […]

13 June 2014

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Death Collapsing Into Life: A Parkland Walk

“Death needs time for what it kills to grow in,” wrote William S. Burroughs. True, but so is its opposite. Life needs what death kills to grow in. Hope has its roots in ruin. This walk with landscape architect, urbanist and writer Tim Waterman, along a disused railway line between Finsbury Park and Highgate will […]

13 June 2014

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Meet the artists

Drop in to the gallery and meet model railway maker extraordinaire Neville Reid and artist Andrés Padilla Domene. The meeting is part of a series of events in conjunction with the exhibition SEFT-1 Abandoned Railways Exploration Probe: Modern Ruins 1:220 running from 20 June – 27 July (open Fri-Sun 11 to 6 pm) at Furtherfield […]

13 June 2014

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A de-industrialised estate

Talk with Dr Malcom Miles and discussion with the artists Ivan Puig and Andrés Padilla Domene at Furtherfield Commons – (limited capacity £5, details and online booking here) The Talk is part of a series of events in conjunction with the exhibition SEFT-1 Abandoned Railways Exploration Probe: Modern Ruins 1:220 running from 20 June – […]

12 June 2014

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Mapping Art Practice in the UK: Symposium

SYMPOSIUM: Monday 23rd June 2014: Mapping Art Practice in the UK   11.30am Standpoint Gallery open studios 12pm Screening of Glossolalia by Tom Varley and tour through Standpoint’s studios 1pm Lunch at Standpoint 2pm – 5.20pm Symposium at Shoreditch Town Hall   How to work as an artist in the UK?   Who: we intend […]

11 June 2014

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Art Experimenta Screening

Art Experimenta Screening is our latest project and we will be screening a selection of moving image works by various contemporary artists. The programme includes art, experimental, abstract, surreal, conceptual, performance videos and films, film poems and animation. During the evening we will also have q&a with artists and audience will have an opportunity to […]

6 June 2014

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Kensington Open Studios

55 artists open up 30 unique exhibition spaces across Kensington, Chelsea and Fulham. Check out the taster group exhibition at Chelsea Town Hall. During the weekends 10-12 & 17-19 October local West London creatives will be showing off their talents, displaying artwork with in the very spaces they create it.Visit living rooms and basements, houseboats […]

5 June 2014

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Serpentine Cinema: Adriana Lara, Shortsighted

The film and performance programme, Shortsighted, brings together a selection of films by Mexican artist Adriana Lara, produced over the span of her artistic career. This programme will include a live performance by guitarist David Massey as well as the premiere of Ocuardo (Awkward), a film by Lara featuring a new soundtrack by electronic musician […]

4 June 2014

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LFA – Artist Lead Tour: East London Group

 “An East London Group Artist stood here, now we do.” Artist Lead Walking Tour (3 Miles) with Colin Priest & Daniel Lehan Meet –  Mile End Station 13:45 & End –  The Nunnery Gallery 15:30 A short walk taking in places of interest to the East London Group artists led by Daniel Lehan and Colin […]

4 June 2014

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CURATORIAL THINKING WITH CHARLOTTE MEDDINGS

CURATORIAL THINKING WITH CHARLOTTE MEDDINGS June 10th, at 1pm Independent Curator Charlotte Meddings, has been working with a large network of international artists for the last six years on a variety of live art events and exhibitions. Charlotte has worked in partnership with The Royal Academy, Pallant House and Hauser & Wirth but also with […]

4 June 2014

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gallery kemang 58 jakarta

The Kemang 58 gallery is a alternative spot for art lovers to enjoy various indonesian arts where The kemang 58 gallery exhibit solo and group arts continuously The concept was to meet the art lovers and patrons to the artist in hope that there is a communication build between them to share idea, characters, style […]

3 June 2014

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LONDON SCULPTURE WORKSHOP | DRAWING INTO SCULPTURE

The London Sculpture Workshop and Griffin Gallery are delighted to present a collaborative drawing and sculpture event to coincide with the exhibition ‘Drawing Into Sculpture’, curated by Rebecca Pelly-Fry and Jessica Carlisle.  The event will mirror the curatorial ideas from the exhibition in that participants will spend the day transforming drawings made at Griffin into […]

3 June 2014

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Brent Arts Networking Evening

South Kilburn Studios are hosting the Brent Arts Networking Evening on Thursday 12 June, 6:30-8:30pm. Come along and meet creative professionals and find out about arts opportunities, spaces and contacts in the borough.

3 June 2014

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Robert Aickman: ‘Strange Stories’

An evening of readings and discussion with Reece Shearsmith and Jeremy Dyson Robert Aickman is one of literature’s great cult figures whose macabre collections of ‘strange stories’ made him perhaps the twentieth century’s most admired writer of the supernatural, his fans including Stephen King and Neil Gaiman. Aickman was a life-long enthusiast of Freud, in […]

3 June 2014

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Renata Salecl in conversation with Patrizio Di Massimo

‘Every cloud has a silver lining’ Di Massimo and Salecl will analyse recent projects of Di Massimo’s art practice such as ‘The Lustful Turk’ (2012/13), ‘Me Mum Mister Mad’ (2014) and his recent show at Rowing. The discussion will explore these projects under the lens of Salecl’s psychoanalytic approach, especially focusing on her essay ‘Love […]

3 June 2014

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SEFT-1 Abandoned Railways Exploration Tour

Join us at Furtherfield Gallery for a chance to meet Mexican artists Ivan Puig and Andrés Padilla Domene and have a curated tour of their exhibition SEFT-1 Abandoned Railways Exploration. Probe: Modern Ruins 1:220 The tour is part of a series of events in conjunction with the exhibition running from 20 June – 27 July […]