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September 2018


September 13, 2018-8:00 am - September 13, 2019-5:00 pm

Sculpture installation in the church gardens at St Pancras- access via the front gate to the right of the main church doors. Gardens open officially 8am-6pm Monday -Thursday ALIEN By David Breuer-Weil conceived in 2012 bronze with brown patina height: 6m (19’ 8”) cast as an edition of 3 plus 2 Artist’s Proofs in Bronze Resin inscribed ‘Breuer-Weil / 2012’ and ‘Alien’ Exhibited: Sotheby’s: Beyond Limits, Chatsworth House, 2013 Grosvenor Gardens, London 2013-2015 (part of Westminster City Council’s ‘City of…

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September 20-11:00 am - September 23-6:00 pm

20-23 September Open: 11am-6pm daily Private View: 6-8pm Thursday 20 September 2018 An exhibition of paintings by Bianca Neagu Press release ARTIST AND ART WORK: www.biancaneaguart.com Instagram @biancaneaguart Email: biancaneaguart@yahoo.com

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MEDUSA- Performance by 27 Degrees

September 26-6:00 pm - September 29-8:15 pm

After a sold out run in 2017, 27 degrees brings Medusa back to haunting vaults of the Crypt Gallery. This immersive show revisits the myth of Medusa through intimate sensory theatre, contemporary dance, shadow puppetry, sound installations and interactive audience experiences. A contemporary take on a well-known myth offering perspective on what it takes for women to be considered monsters. Dates: 26-29 September Doors open at 6pm / show: 7-8.15pm More info Tickets

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October 2018

BACON- Space Of The Mind III

October 13-1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Join us for our third and final installment of our Francis Bacon series of Drawing Theatre events. Draw and create from immersive theatrical sets based on Francis Bacon’s incredible existential paintings. Join London Drawing and artist John Close for an intense day of drawing and visual drama as they explore the body in the psychological spaces of Bacon’s visceral and brutally powerful paintings- all set against the dark chambers of the The Crypt Gallery (St Pancras), Euston. 13 October 2018 1-5pm £35 All basic materials…

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The Body Exquisite- Shibari Life Drawing Salon

October 16-7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

Join London Drawing for the final edition of their 2018 series of Body Exquisite events. In Japanese, “Shibari” simply means “to tie”. The contemporary meaning of Shibari describes an ancient Japanese artistic form of rope bondage. Shibari style rigging creates geometric patterns and shapes with rope that contrast beautifully with the body’s flesh. This is a very intimate and completely immersive drawing experience and a chance to observe the incredibly close relationship between model and rigger, the physcial and emotional…

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October 17-2:00 pm - October 21-9:00 pm

17 – 21 October 2018 Open 2pm – 9pm FREE Part of the Bloomsbury Festival   Life-Blood is defined as the blood, as being necessary for life. It’s also the indispensable factor or influence that gives something its strength and vitality. In this exhibition we will explore activist art as realised by a group of international artists, film makers, writers and a poet. The Tate website explains that “Activist Art is about empowering individuals and communities and is generally situated in the public arena…

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Te Ao Hurihuri: Ever Changing World

October 23-11:00 am - October 27-7:30 pm

23-37 October Open: 12-7pm daily Private View: 23 october 6-9pm Closing event: 27 October 6-9pm  Te Ao Hurihuri : Ever Changing World Journeys through jewellery from New Zealand and the UK 250 years on from James Cook’s historic voyage, two leading edge jewellery collectives embark upon their own journeys.  Handshake (New Zealand) and Dialogue Collective (UK) navigate around the impact of colonialism to create a bejewelled voyage like no other. Te Ao Hurihuri: Ever Changing World showcases work by twenty-two artists who…

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October 31-12:00 pm - November 4-5:00 pm

Open to public: 31 October – 4 November Private view: 1 November 6pm-9pm Artists from across the globe explore themes relating to charity and its place in our world today with a group exhibition “Who will provide?”.   Presenting a collection of site-specific works from a diverse group of artists, the show attempts to respond to its unique setting by reactivating a piece of history through its archives from the Camden Local Studies and Archives Centre.   Artist and Head of Fine…

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