The Joy of Food at the Lund

A feast for the eyes and taste buds awaits visitors at the Lund Gallery’s forthcoming exhibition. ‘The Joy of Food’ will see the normally minimal surroundings of the barn which houses the Lund Gallery transformed by a showcase of ceramics, glass, tapestries, crafts and objects all inspired by the cooking, presentation and enjoyment of food. Makers have been challenged to produce a table setting wh ...[Read More]

So The Wind Won't Blow It All Away

Photographers: Gavin Bambrick, Maeve Berry, Tim Burrough, James Hardie, Inbal Mizrahi, Jayne Taylor, Sam Taylor, David Wilkinson EAST Gallery 214 Brick Lane London E1 6SA 4th Nov – 9th Nov 2011 (closes 5pm on 9th Nov) Private view 3rd Nov at 6pm This photographic exhibition encompasses themes of memory, intimacy and escape. Diverse in style and approach, from the abstract to the cinematic, t ...[Read More]

Deivis Slavinskas: Textures of the Collective Unconscious

21 June – 15 July 2011 The Gallery at Willesden Green Centre, 95 High Road, Willesden, London NW10 2SF, UK Maria Robertson reviews Deivis Slavinskas’s solo exhibition The solo exhibition ‘Textures of the Collective Unconscious’ by Deivis Slavinskas is not a passive experience. It is a call to explore, to revel and respond with dreams and imaginings. Each painting has a uniq ...[Read More]

Art in Touch presents: Just Under the Surface

The Crypt Gallery, St Pancras Church, Euston Road, London NW1 2BA: Tuesday to Sunday: 12noon-6pm (except Friday 6th May, 12noon – 4.30pm)A unique location for a unique exploration of the sensory possibilities of art, with original soundscape by internationally acclaimed sonic artist Scanner Press and Private View: 6.00–9.00pm, Friday 6th May 2011 ‘The only pure, virginal sense that remains i ...[Read More]

Sedition: An Uprising of Cumbrian Contemporary Artists

From 18 September, Tullie House opens a new exhibition celebrating the most innovative and challenging work currently being produced by contemporary artists in Cumbria. Much of the work being produced in Cumbria, whilst celebrated outside the region, is overlooked within it. Sedition has been designed to address this situation, to give a more representative picture of contemporary art practice in ...[Read More]

5 of the Best UK makers – Yorkshire Show

To celebrate the Lund’s fifth anniversary gallery owner Debbie Loane has selected five makers whose work demonstrates the wonderful diversity of art and design being produced by young artists and makers in the UK today. James Naughton’s distinctive landscape paintings seem to catch an exhilarating moment in time in a way which is unique to him. James has enjoyed great success as a painter since he ...[Read More]

The Secret Art Show

The Secret Art Show at York City Screen is an art exhibition with a difference, aiming to raise £10,000 for the Multiple Sclerosis Trust and offering visitors the chance to buy a mini-masterpiece for only £45 With over 400 originals to choose from, the collection includes work by well known international artists, who can command prices upwards of four figures, right through to those not usually kn ...[Read More]

Andy Black – Conceptual Forest

On show at The Gallery, Ryedale Folk Museum, Andy Black’s timeless drawings play with our familiar notions of landscape by presenting imaginary places, which he creates through the slow fastidious repetition of motifs such as trees. His innovative practice was recently recognised through his nomination for the Northern Art prize (2009). This exhibition incorporates a group of drawings from his ong ...[Read More]

über kitsch – german contemporaries

über kitsch – german contemporaries takes place at the Vyner Studio in East London, 2nd til 4th September 2010. Celebrate the First Thursday in East London the German way! 7 young artists from fine art academies in Nürnberg and München combine living tradition with a playful freudian irony to create a happy but broken nostalgia. Colourful camp oil paintings, animation videos and quirky photo ...[Read More]

Light Sensitive – Brand New Photography Show

Exhibition September 3rd – 7th 10:00 – 18:00 Private view September 2nd 18:00 London’s most talked-about degree show returns: 14,000 sq ft of the best new photography Light Sensitive brings together artists from across the globe to showcase their latest photographic work. A brand new collection of thought-provoking work by award-winning photographers goes on show this September as part ...[Read More]

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