FORTHCOMING EXHIBITION: Thomas Joshua Cooper: Scattered Waters Sources Streams Rivers11 October – 29 November 2014Private ViewFriday 10 October, 6 – 8pmThomas Joshua Cooper is one of the most celebrated and distinctive landscape photographers working anywhere in the world today. He was born in California in 1946, of mixed Jewish and Cherokee descent, but has lived in Scotland for […]
The Studios at the Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden, St Ives | Tate. http://bcove.me/5nqhg1ma I have just returned from a fabulous week in St Ives, during the Arts Festival. My annual pilgrimage to Barbara Hepworth Garden has left me with wonderful feelings of peace and renewed love for the place. A visit to Tate St […]
arebyte gallery is a cross disciplinary space in East London working mainly in Performance and New-Media arts examining the relationship between the body, technology and human experience. ARBEIT is located in Hackney Wick, 2 min from the Hackney Wick overground station, 50 m from the canal and a couple of min walk from both Victoria […]
Lacey Contemporary Gallery – Lacey Contemporary Gallery.
Millennium | Sax Impey. As part of St Ives Arts Festival- Open Studios at Porthmeor. A great opportunity to view the work of the artists in their studios and speak to them about their work. Yesterday we spoke to Sax Impey and viewed his beautiful charcoal drawings of a storm at sea. On Wednesday we […]
During the festival the Eames Fine Art Gallery continues to show Norman Ackroyd’s stunning watercolours and etchings of the Shetland Islands, Galapagos Islands, Donegal Bay and the Aran Islands in his new exhibition, Sea Changes. If you haven’t seen the show already, do make sure you catch it now. In our studio, just a few […]
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Ann Jones visits two very different art installations currently showing in central London and finds both provide space to think. Marina Abramović Some artists I like, some I don’t. Sometimes it’s all about the work, sometimes it’s not. Frankly, sometimes it’s sheer bloody prejudice on my part; I get put off…
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ISSUU – Richard Nott Histolysis by Millennium. Richard Nott – Histolysis opens at The Millennium Gallery St Ives 19 September – 21 October 19 September at 19:30 to 21 October at 17:00 Millennium | Contemporary Fine Art | St. Ives, Cornwall Street-an-Pol, TR26 2DS Saint Ives, Cornwall, United Kingdom
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On the 5th October, praesentia will make its way into London for the Duckpond Market, bringing along beautiful unique mono prints, watercolours and jewellery. The market starts at 11am to 5pm in the beautiful Lauderdale House set in Waterlow Park, Highgate. Here are a few pictures of this historical house. Hope…
LensCulture Visual Storytelling Awards 2014. Enter Competition- Deadline October 19th
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boat yard at night It’s the last week of our group show ‘Nothingness’ at Parndon Mill this week. The show runs until September 14th and includes work by Hideki Arichi, Jo Howe, Alex McIntyre, William White and myself. The Exhibition reflects our individual responses to a broad and fascinating theme which…
Teaching History with 100 Objects About the project Teaching history with 100 objects is the result of a partnership between museums across the UK and the British Museum. It has been funded by the Department for Education to help equip teachers to teach the new national history curriculum in England through the provision of high […]
Hertfordshire Visual Arts HVA – News – Newsletters – September 2014 – Exhibitions & Events. After months of preparation – September and Herts Open Studios is finally here – plus a whole range of events and exhibitions taking place across the county… ‘NOTHINGNESS’ 17 Aug – 14 Sept 2014 ‘Nothingness’ includes the work […]
Caryl Beach Photo Gallery by inparallel artists at pbase.com. another website………In the beginning….