Conversation on Making: Lavinia Greenlaw & Cornelia Parker

Friday 1 October 7 – 8.30pm Tickets £5, no booking fee Call 020 7091 9650 to book To continue with last year’s series of Conversations on Making, Siobhan Davies Studios welcomes Lavinia Greenlaw and Cornelia Parker to the building to talk about how they make their work. Siobhan Davies asks ‘What kind of constructions, limitations or questions do you put in place in order to begin and sustain a cre ...[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]

Own-it at Illumini: shedding light on copyright

When: 15the September 2010 at 16:00 Where: Basement, Shoreditch Town Hall, 380 Old Street, London, EC1V 9LT As part of Illumini Event 2010, Own-it is organising a seminar on copyright for artists. The event will be an introduction to law for artists whose artistic practices are outside the more traditional art forms, such as conceptual, appropriation or installation art. Do installations attract c ...[Read More]

Grey Area

This exhibition is the graduating show of the MFA Computational Studio Arts, Goldsmiths, University of London. Private View: 17th of September, 18:00 – 21:00 Dates: 18th to 23rd of September 2010 Address: Centre for Creative Collaboration, 16 Acton Street, London. WC1X 9NG. Sarah Abu Bakr, Ric Carvalho and James Irwin, in partnership with the Centre for Creative Collaboration, London, invite ...[Read More]

Artist Talk by Helen Slater

Artist Talk @ Zest Gallery Wednesday 15th September, 6.30 – 7.30pm Helen Slater Helen will be giving a talk about the inspirations and making process behind the work she is exhibiting during BLAST! 2010. Spaces for the talk are limited so please RSVP to corinne@zestgallery.com or call on 020 7610 1900

Howard Skempton: September Songs

Saturday 11 – Sunday 12 September 2010, 11am – 6pm, First and Second Floor Galleries, Ikon Gallery A Birmingham Contemporary Music Group and Ikon collaboration; presented during ArtsFest Featuring BCMG soloists and mezzo-soprano Loré Lixenberg For September Songs renowned British composer Howard Skempton selects artworks from Ikon’s exhibition This Could Happen To You and uses them as a visual bac ...[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]

Jacob Epstein and Blackpool

Midway through its showing at Blackpool’s Grundy Art Gallery is the insightful, Jacob Epstein and Blackpool exhibition. This display tells the story of the controversial sculptor Jacob Epstein and his ground-breaking statue ‘Adam’, which was displayed in the holiday town throughout the summer of 1939. The exhibition examines through the media of press clippings, photography, film and ephemera how ...[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]

Hackney Wickipedia Art Exhibition

Gadjee Collective Presents “Hackney Wickipedia” The Gadjee Collective is a group of up and coming artists based mostly in London, but who hail from many different nations, including France, Canada, Germany, Poland and Britain. Their creative backgrounds are varied, but many of the… artists study at internationally renowned Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design. The coll ...[Read More]

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