Archive for Category: art

ORBITAL LAUNCHES NEW ART GALLERY

LOCATION: Orbital Art Galley/Comics/Pop Ups 8 Great Newport Street, London WC2H 7JA [email protected] EXHIBITION: THURSDAY 1 JULY – FRIDAY 30 JULY 2021 (OPEN MONDAY – THURSDAY: 12 – 6 PM; FRIDAY & SATURDAY 12 – 7 PM; SUNDAY 12 – 5 PM) Internationally renowned ORBITAL is extremely proud to...

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The Constellations We Make | 24 June – 28 June

Anna Lytridou’s solo exhibition and site-specific installation The Constellations We Make gives the viewer the opportunity to reflect on concepts of time, location and space by inviting them to take a physical and visual journey in and around the disparate elements of her immersive installations. Lytridou is interested in how perception and memory affect our behaviour and...

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Moving Forward, Looking Back #2020

25 05 21: Arts association and independent film makers Abundant Art today release a new documentary charting the effects of the pandemic on the performing arts. MOVING FORWARD, LOOKING BACK #2020 follows three dancers, as they navigate the succession of lockdowns and the sudden shutdown of their working lives...

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Art Car Boot Fair | Flora and Fauna Edition

The Art Car Boot Fair Bursts Into May With a Special Flora & Fauna Edition Saturday May 15th, Exclusively Online The Art Car Boot Fair (ACBF) springtime Flora & Fauna edition promises to deliver all the joy of the famously exuberant art fair on a brand new digital platform,...

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The Line of Wit

The Guggenheim Museum Bilbao presents The Line of Wit, a selection of works from the Museum’s Collection and long-term loans that can be characterized clever and experimental. Bringing together artists of different generations working across a variety of media, the presentation includes rarely seen treasures from the Museum’s Collection...

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The Paint Dont Dry

Pioneering, Independent Art Brand Launches Crowdfunding Campaign for Exhibition Championing the Work of Lgbtq+ Artists. London-based studio, The Paint Don’t Dry, founded by illustration artist Courtney Ellis, hopes to raise nearly £14,000 for a special exhibition that will champion the work of rising stars in the LGBTQ+ art sector....

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Making Paradise

The Aga Khan Centre Gallery is delighted to present Making Paradise, a major new exhibition that explores the concept of Eden through Islamic garden design. Realised in collaboration with all three institutions at the Aga Khan Centre, the show brings together nineteen international multimedia artists each of whom will...

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Wojnarowicz

The deaths of many male artists in New York City in the late 1980’s and early 1990’s proved devastating for not just the closely knit artists community there but also for art in general. The list is endless, but the most famous were Keith Haring and Robert Mapplethorpe (both...

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