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Salon Art Prize – Call for entries

SALON ART PRIZE – Call for entries Since 2007, Matt Roberts Arts has produced the annual Salon Art Prize, exhibiting 244 artists and photographers and receiving over 2800 visitors. We are currently seeking applications for the fourth annual Salon Art Prize, in which we will support artists working in Painting, Drawing, Printmaking, Collage, Sculpture and Installation (including sound). The selecti ...[Read More]

Artist Talk by Tolly Nason

Artist Talk by Tolly Nason Tuesday 3rd August, 6.30 – 7.30pm Tolly introduces the process and inspiration behind her newest work from the major solo exhibition ‘Natural Selection’. Spaces for the talk are limited so please RSVP to corinne@zestgallery.com or call on 020 7610 1900.

Fallis in Wonderland

Fallis In Wonderland5 May – 3 July 10 Inspired by Lewis Carroll’s classic fantasy, “Alice in Wonderland,” Fallis uses humour and absurd distortion to draw our attention to the issues that trouble her – mass consumerism, scientific distortion and environmental destruction: “When we consider our planet and its entire species we really are living in a wonderland,&# ...[Read More]

NATURAL SELECTION

Zest Gallery announces the opening of Natural Selection, a major solo exhibition of work by glass artist Tolly Nason. Tolly developed her skills under some of the most influential and eminent glass artists in Sweden and the United States. Her inspiration and passion lies within natural subjects and the theme of evolution. She travels extensively and does meticulous research so that her work is not ...[Read More]

The Crystal Palace (Destroyed)

Sovay Berriman, Melanie Counsell, Heather & Ivan Morison, Mike Ricketts, Roy Voss 3 July – 7 August 2010 Preview: 2 July 2010 A crystal palace. A fortress of solitude. A mythical place of majesty and retreat. Destroyed. A (science) fiction of sorts, of sculpture and images, of a broken utopia refracted through fragments – autonomous artifacts that together weave a suggested archeology. Of the ...[Read More]

Magic Show Exhibition at Tullie House now Open

Magic Show 15 May – 4 July For some, the idea of magic suggests fantasy and illusion, while for others it signals a license to practice deception. Magic Show, a Hayward Touring exhibition, considers how art and magic often share common ground, and how some contemporary artists adopt the perception-shifting tactics of the theatrical magician to influence the viewer and explore the power of suggesti ...[Read More]

Lizi Sánchez – Journeyman’s Heirs

Continuing an edgy programme of art by emerging and established national and international artists, Duckett and Jeffreys Gallery are pleased to present an exciting exhibition of sculpture and collage by Lizi Sánchez. Born in Peru, Lizi Sanchez completed her MFA in Fine art at Goldsmiths, London, in 2007, whilst there winning the Red Mansion Art Prize, resulting in a residency in Beijing. Her colla ...[Read More]

Exhibition: New Works by Jawad al Malhi

Exhibition: 11 June – 8 July 2010 Mon – Sat, 10:00 – 18:00, at The Delfina Foundation, 29 Catherine Place, London SW1E 6DY Mon – Fri, 11:00 – 18:00, Sat 11:00 – 16:00, at The Mosaic Rooms, Tower House 226 Cromwell Road, London SW5 0SW Jawad al Malhi’s work includes painting, photography, video and site-specific work and is preoccupied with the experience of marginalized communities and their ...[Read More]

Talk by Adam Aaroson

Zest Contemporary Glass Gallery would like to invite you to a talk by Adam Aaronson on Wednesday, June 9, 2010, 6.30-7.30 pm. Adam will explain the process and inspiration behind his newest work from the major solo exhibition ‘The Imaginary Landscape’ (May 13 – July 17, 2010). Featuring organic forms and painterly surfaces, ‘The Imaginary Landscape’ is Adam’s mo ...[Read More]

Out of Practice, exhibition at Siobhan Davies Studios

Working in collaboration with Siobhan Davies Studios, some 20 students from the Royal College of Art MA Ceramics and Glass course fill the building with site specific works, which demonstrate a lively and individual response, with each student bringing their own agenda to the place or space. Ideas are far ranging with works that evoke and provoke, that look at ways of providing intimate experience ...[Read More]

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