5 June 2015

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Solco Gallery: NYC Summer Show 2015

Solco Gallery is hosting a summer show in Soho NYC. We invite artists to submit their artwork to be exhibited at our show in August 2015. The gallery space is in an excellent location in the Soho art district and on the ground floor level with excellent visablity and foot traffic. The show is from Aug […]

3 June 2015

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An Other World

Part of All of this belongs to you and hosted by “conceptual politician” Giuseppe Marinetti AKA artist Joseph Young, the symposium explores through performance, sound and image the idea and meaning of Utopias in public and private life. Four artist groups appearing at InTRANSIT festival 2015 perform extracts of their work and invite the audience […]

3 June 2015

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Late Tuesday: Welcome to the Playground

To launch The Brutalist Playground, RIBA with Assemble and artist Simon Terrill invite you to an evening of talks, films, tours and more exploring the links between post-war architecture and urban play! Registration required. INTRODUCTION AND TALKS ‘Welcome to the Playground’ By Assemble/Simon Terrill 6.20 to 6.40pm, Jarvis Hall, Lower Ground Floor ‘A Brief History […]

3 June 2015

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Interim

Chisenhale Gallery presents a major new performance by Berlin based Wojciech Kosma and his collaborators, commissioned as part of Interim, a programme of performances and event based presentations taking place in the main gallery in between exhibitions. This commission will be the group’s most significant presentation in a UK institution. It follows previous Interim commissions by artists including Alice […]

2 June 2015

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Tremulous

An evening of live music from Buckner Building (Naomi Graham and Fritha Jenkins) with film, performance and drawings from invited artists Sophie Buxton, Nicky Hodge, Louise Ashcroft and Lily Johnson.

2 June 2015

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DocHouse Presents: ALMOST THERE + Dir. Q&A

Documentary Screening. Dir: Dan Rybicky & Aaron Wickenden United States / 2014 / 93mins Filmmakers Dan Rybicky and Aaron Wickenden stumbled onto the art of Peter Anton in Whiting, Indiana. The old man sat at a broken table, trying to convince people to let him draw a portrait of them, eventually he showed them several books full […]

1 June 2015

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The Nomad

The Nomad by leading Dubai-based Khalid Shafar is a contemporary architectural reinterpretation of the Arish – a traditional Gulf house placed in the iconic surroundings of the Rootstein Hopkins Parade Ground at Chelsea College throughout Shubbak, The Nomad now invites you to sit, meet, converse, study and relax.  Supported by: Dubai Design District (d3) & Abu […]

1 June 2015

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North Yorkshire Open Studios 2015

Find out what happens behind the scenes when over 100 North Yorkshire artists, from painters and potters, to silversmiths and sculptors, open up their studios this June.   For two weekends, Sat 6 & Sun 7 June, and Sat 13 & Sun 14 June 2015, 116 artists across the region, from Skipton to Scarborough, will […]

27 May 2015

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Weng Contemporary: Official Launch

Official launch party of Weng Contemporary, an online art platform selling contemporary prints and editions.A gallery exhibition will run until June 7th in London that will show available editions.

27 May 2015

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AiR Competition – exhibition

AIR Competition 2015 Since 2004 The Muse Gallery / Studio has supported a residency program offering recently graduated artists: subsidized studio space and a gallery to both exhibit work and the opportunity to establish both client and industry connections through participation in regular events. This year we invite artists of all disciplines who have graduated […]

26 May 2015

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‘Rorschach Audio’ An Evening of Psychoacoustic and Optical Illusions

The book Rorschach Audio: Art & Illusion for Sound, by author and installation artist Joe Banks, takes as its central metaphor the comparison between the perception of ambiguous speech-sounds, and the “projective” interpretation of the famous ink-blot tests devised by the Freudian psychoanalyst Hermann Rorschach in 1921. With a nod to the model of perception […]

26 May 2015

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‘Hilda & Freud – collected words’ Promenade performance by Antonio Quinet

The Unconscious on Stage Company returns to the Museum for three nights of their hugely successful performance about the acclaimed American poet HD (Hilda Doolittle)’s analysis with Freud, on 1st, 2nd and 3rd of July. The play is based on HD´s book Tribute to Freud, the letters she exchanged with Freud and her literary circle, […]

25 May 2015

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Planting Day

On Sat 18 Jul we are inviting all budding gardeners along to NCCD plant your own Seeds of Memory. Bring your green fingers and help us decorate our stairwell, pop along throughout the exhibition and watch your handy work grow.

22 May 2015

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SohoCreate Festival

SohoCreate – London’s new festival celebrating the most creative square mile in the world – returns for its second year from 3-7 June, after the success of its inaugural festival in 2014.   Bringing together the world’s leading creative people for a week of discussions, debates and live events, SohoCreate today (Thursday 19 February) announces […]

20 May 2015

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Summer School at Candid Arts

SUMMER SCHOOL 2015 We’re now booking for our week-long Life Drawing and Painting Summer School! Mon 10th August – Fri 14th August 201510am-5pm Price: £260 Tutor: Sofia Welch ALL LEVELS WELCOME!   Looking to improve your drawing skills? Have you always wanted to try painting? Do you have free time in the summer?   Course […]

20 May 2015

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THE PERFORMER

An insight into the contemporary art world. Based on the life of one of the most original performance artists alive – Oskar Dawicki. The main theme of his art is the search for an answer to the question of whether… Oskar Dawicki exists at all. The trademark of his performances is his blue shining jacket. […]

20 May 2015

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Call for Musicians – Acoustic Nights at Candid Cafe

Candid Cafe is looking for acoustic musicians to play in the Cafe on Monday evenings.If you are interested please send a short description of you and 3 songs to office@candidarts.com More info: https://candidarts.wordpress.com/events/ https://www.facebook.com/events/1444549369176145/

19 May 2015

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Expo Zéro

expo zéro is an exhibition project without any objects: no photographs, no sculptures, no paintings, no installations or videos. Instead ten performers, artists and thinkers discuss, enact and perform their ideas of what a museum of dance could be. Ideas are shared and tested with the audience, through words and actions in Tate Modern’s empty […]

19 May 2015

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Art Macabre Death Drawing: Midsummer Nightmares

Art Macabre will transform the basement of The Book Club into a magical faerie dell. On the most magical weekend of the year, sketch scenes inspired by Scandinavian midsomer traditions and Shakespearian tales. Draw models depicting a dark twist on Shakespeare’s classic tale of fairy queens and shape-shifting creatures. Bare bottoms, flora and fauna to […]

19 May 2015

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Shelf Heroes: Issue B Launch Party

Do you love movies? Illustration? The letter B? Then come celebrate the joy of chronological cinema with Shelf Heroes, as they launch the ‘B’ issue of their fanzine. Featuring an exhibition from 15 film-obsessed illustrators, a print & zine sale and a mystery box of DVDs. Music from DJ Goldbars. Category: Arts | Visual Arts […]

18 May 2015

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Sensing pictures: Art and synaesthesia

Does Van Gogh’s ‘Sunflowers‘  flood your mouth with tastes? Do the vibrant yellows and greens play a symphony in your mind? For some people, paintings can have just that effect. Indeed, Van Gogh described himself as a ‘musician of colour’. Join Dr Sally-Anne Huxtable, Principal Curator of Modern and Contemporary Design (Post 1850) at National […]

18 May 2015

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Open House Lazarides

Lazarides is considered one of the international market leaders in contemporary art. Since it was founded in 2006, the gallery has been a constant force in championing the careers of artists who have transformed the way art is made and presented. Come to the gallery and be given an exclusive artist led tour of the […]

18 May 2015

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Open House: Riflemaker

Situated in one of the oldest buildings in Soho, this former gunmaker’s turned gallery shows work by upcoming artists and is very much a part of London’s current creative landscape. One of Riflemaker’s newest artists Wen Wu talks with Tot Taylor, the gallery’s owner, about how she works and the relationship between gallery and artist.See […]

18 May 2015

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Open House: Pace Gallery

Pace, one of the world’s leading contemporary galleries takes you on a behind the scenes tour of their Burlington gardens gallery. Explore the areas the public never see, including Pace’s specially curated room where art is bought and sold and the store room where art is painstakingly packaged and prepared. Find out how the gallery […]

17 May 2015

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Performance: Salvatore Arancio

To open Salvatore Arancio’s ‘garden installation’, a series of perfromances referencing Richard Slee’s Big Nose (2005) activate the space. The performances will be repeated on Saturday 20 and Sunday 21 June at 4.00pm.  Working across a range of media including sculpture, collage, animation and video, Salvatore Arancio’s main interests lie in the potential of images. For the […]

17 May 2015

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Performance: Altered States

Students from Central Saint Martins present a series of live works responding to the current exhibitions by Jo Baer and Simon Martin. Jo Baer’s first major show in a UK public gallery centres around her most recent series of paintings, In the Land of the Giants. This series, developed since 2009, reflects on her life-long interest in […]

14 May 2015

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“Shooting Star” by Pierre Yves Clouin at WUFF 2015

Shooting Star by Pierre Yves Clouin premier at the Winnipeg Underground Film Festival, Frame Arts Warehouse, Winnipeg, June 5,6,7

13 May 2015

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The Exhibitionists: THE NEW RIJKSMUSEUM

In 2003, Amsterdam’s world famous Rijksmuseum closed to the public for a major re-design. The plan was to reopen in 2008, but what was supposed to take five years took ten, with a budget that kept on growing. In order to make this remarkable documentary, director Hoogenjijk was granted unfettered access for the entire ten year period. Following a […]

11 May 2015

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The Glasgow School of Art – A Beautiful Living Thing

Marking the final day of ‘Mackintosh Architecture’ RIBA in partnership with the Glasgow School of Art (GSA) hosts an event celebrating the life and future of the world famous ‘Mack.’ ‘Let every artist strive to make his flower a beautiful living thing, something that will convince the world that there may be, there are, things […]

11 May 2015

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KINGDOM | Downe

KINGDOM is an artist-led open exploration of the UK, where focus is placed on being, doing and gathering amongst a varying group of discursive visitors.   For May’s KINGDOM we will be both celebrating and sharing our sorrows in light of the recent election results by visiting Downe, the birthplace of recently resigned Nigel Farage, […]

11 May 2015

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Gallery Launch: Massive Arms ‘Pop Tarts’

Armed with a thinned tipped rollerball pen, paper and tippex, Dave creates illustrations and graphics that celebrate a cross pollination of the un-sung hero and the eccentric superstar – a peculiar brand of Pop Art. Initial drawings of Larry David, Jemaine Clement, Billy Bragg and Layne Stayley were born from the lack (and quality) of […]

9 May 2015

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DEEP TRASH ITALIA #5 Religious Bondage

Deep Trash Italia exhibition-cum-performance-club night is back in town for its ultimate Divine Cummunion!   Oh, rays of light! Oh, joyful joyful whips! It is with great pleasure and obscene delight that we welcome you to this ecstatic ass-embly, gathered in Religious Bondage for the first – and only – time of our life.   […]