MUST HAVE....Been Something You Said
4 November - 30 December
An eclectic mix of text based work produced in a range of media
Open: 11am – 4pm Daily
Town and Cityscapes
12th November – 3rd December
Tuesday to Friday 10am - 5pm and Saturday 10am - 4pm
The Willis Museum
Awarded Winner of 'Public's Choice' for Painting
Evening in London
The first international exhibition of contemporary art to be located in Gaudi’s architectural jewel the Casa Batllo.
Open to the public on Saturday 10th December 2011 from 10.00 to 22.00
How Far Can We Reach?
Three-Day Art Festival
Topolski Century Gallery, 150-152 Hungerford Arches South Bank, London SE1 8XU
Friday 29th - Saturday 30th of July
The festival includes artists in a variety of mediums from visual art to music, performance, video, photography and sculpture and it is inspired by the sketches and paintings of Feliks Topolski who dedicated his life’s work to a journey exploring and capturing the major moments of 20th century, one of the most significant century’s in history.
Following the same longing for exploration, and desire to manifest the world we share and beyond, we are exploring the meaning of ‘journey’ and its different meanings, multiple expressions and varying facets of potential, from those deep within ourselves to that which identifies us in relation to each other.
Aaron Tebano, Amanda Whittle, Ayþe Banu Cansever, Bethany Milam, Chris Ivory, Chris King, Claud & Gronk, Collaborative Art, David Lucas, Florian Rago, Jane Hodge, Jessica Suarez, Nicol Vizioli, Panos Dimitropoulos, Russell J. Chartier & Paul J. Botelho, Sam Peacock, Susie Mendelsson and Wendy Stone would like you to join them on this journey of exploration through artistic expression in an attempt to challenge the limits of imagination.
Friday 29/7 opening day: gallery opens at 11:30am
Music performances and bar open after 6pm.
Gallery closes at 9:30pm
Saturday 30/7: gallery opens at 11:30am
Bar opens at 6pm.
Live theatrical performance starts at 7:30pm
Gallery closes at 9:30pm
Sunday 31/7 gallery opening time: 11:30am - 6:30pm
Brent Salon des Arts
The Gallery at Willesden Green, Willesden Green Centre, 95 High Road, London, NW10 2SF
Open Daily: 19th July - 12th August, 2pm - 6pm
Preview Party: Thursday 21 July 6-9pm
Brent Salon des Arts
Brent Artists Resource is proud to present its first Brent Salon des Arts curated by Emma Frith and Lorenzo Belenguer.
Featuring work from emerging talent as well as established artists from across the globe, this group show will give visitors the opportunity to enjoy an eclectic array of artwork, from painting and sculpture, to photography and prints.
Visitors are encouraged to explore and engage with contemporary art in a creative and relaxed environment. Brent Salon des Arts, conceived in order to inspire audiences, encourages the purchasing and collecting of art. The Gallery at Willesden Green, selected by the BBC as one the top community galleries in London, gives a unique opportunity to explore the works of British and international artists.
Parallax Art Fair
Please Mind The Gap: Good To Firm
Parallax AF is a selected art fair curated by Gayane Umerova and organised by Barlow Fine Art. Parallax AF showcases the best established and emerging international contemporary artists. Parallax AF will be held at La Galleria, Royal Opera Arcade, Pall Mall, London.
The fair involves two showcase exhibitions taking place on July 1st - 3rd and July 8th - 10th. Entry is FREE to the public.
Showcase Exhibition 1 focuses on international abstraction and conceptual work.
Open to the Public:
Friday 1st July: 10am-6pm
Saturday 2nd July: 10am-6pm
Sunday 3rd July: 10am-5pm
For information and tickets please go to Parallax AF
For a direct link to Milam’s page in the online catalogue click here
HerStory by Women’s Work
8th June – 8th July 2011
Monday – Friday 9am – 5pm
The Link Gallery, Winchester
The 15th annual exhibition organised and curated by the North Hampshire group, Women’s Work will include a broad range of art by women that demonstrates narrative through it’s content and method. Rather than use the title as in it’s feminist roots, here we broaden it to show the thematic and technical breadth when things are told from a woman’s point of view.
Women's Work is a group of female artists who hold annual exhibitions exploring issues that affect the everyday lives of women. The concept was originally created by Izita Kerr in 1996, with the first exhibition being held in conjunction with International Women's Day. Since then exhibitions featuring up to fifty artists at a time have explored different topics in galleries across Hampshire.
The theme of this exhibition, the second to be held in the Link Gallery, is 'Her Story'. Within this 'In the broadest sense, the title covers any aspect of women’s lives that the artist chooses to portray, with a focus on Chronology and Narrative.”
7th - 17th June
Private View 7th June, 7pm - 9pm
Annual salon style exhibition by Basingstoke Art Club Members held at Queen Mary's College.
The Trans-Siberian Arts Centre: Open Exhibition
Bethany has been shortlisted as a featured artist for the Trans-Siberian Arts Centre; an exhibition of works in postcard format, exhibited to the public from a cabin on board the Trans-Siberian train travelling from Moscow to Beijing starting on the 26th of April 2011.
The Trans-Siberian Arts Centre (T-SAC) is a collaborative project between artists Jon Hewitt + Britt salt and is the first project for the not for profit artist run initiative KITCHEN. Travelling widely with no fixed address, KITCHEN promotes a varying range of artist projects using a pop-up ethos.
From April 26th- 2nd May 2011, T-SAC will be presenting a series of free performances, exhibitions and new works by over 180 emerging international artists from Moscow to Beijing aboard the Trans-Siberian train. Following this program of events, Britt + Jon will be developing the outcomes of the T-SAC project at an artist residency at Red Gate Gallery in Beijing.
During the 6 day Trans-Siberian journey, T-SAC will hold three main events. The Open Call Postcard Exhibition involving international emerging artists from diverse cultural backgrounds, the New Works: Emerging Australian and UK Video artists’ exhibition, and Platform Performances. These exhibitions will be presented to a broad range of local commuters and international travellers between Moscow and Beijing from T-SAC’s on board location, and will be free to view.
For more information and to view featured work please follow this link:
Trans-Siberian Art Centre Blog
10 Gales Art Prize
Teatime Reverie: An Eco Café has been selected for the 10 Gales Art Prize Exhibition, 22nd - 27th March
Please Mind The Gap: Peak Time Commute
10 Gales Gallery
Railway Arch 10
Gales Gardens Mews
The ‘10 Gales Prize’ will be composed of three group shows, during the course of three consecutive weeks, starting the 8th of March 2011. From painting and drawing, to printing or sculpture, film, video-art or installation, live art or mixed media.
Iceberg Fernandez - Curator 10 Gales Prize
Teatime Reverie: An Eco Café