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September 2018
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ALIEN & BROTHERS – SCULPTURES IN ST PANCRAS CHURCH GARDENS

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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May 2019
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Contemporary Art + Ritual

May 16-10:00 am - May 21-6:00 pm

16-21 May 2019 Open daily: 10am-6pm Public Opening Party: 16 May 2019 6-9pm How does ritual manifest itself in today’s society? Twelve artists explore this question in an experimental show Contemporary Art + Ritual. Encompassing sound, light, word via dust, wood, thread and more the show reveals ritual to be an expression of human life that is undergoing a process of constant reinvention. The Crypt’s atmospheric brick vaulted corridors will take the viewer on a journey through healing, wishing, weaving,…

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A HISTORY OF WOMEN’S PRISONS: AN ARTWORK EXHIBITION

May 24-11:00 am - June 2-5:00 pm

24 May – 2 June Open 11-5pm daily Private View: 24 May 6-9pm This is a collaborative project between academic Susy Menis and artists Noriko Hisazumi and Fabiana Vigna. The artwork in A History of Women’s Prisons: an artwork exhibition draws upon historical criminological research on the reform of the prisoner during nineteenth-century England. The artwork focuses on the emotional tension between the penal aim of reformation and the effects it may have had on the prisoner. The main aim…

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June 2019
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PERSONAL NARRATIVES

June 5-1:00 pm - June 7-6:00 pm

A group exhibition curated by Olga Eliseeva Opening times: 5 June 13:00-18:00 6 June  13:00-18:00 Private View: 4 June  19:00-22:00 On June 4, we invite everyone to the opening of the exhibition “Personal Narratives”. It unites 18 emerging artists from England, France, Korea, Russia, Germany,Turkey and Sweden. The exhibition will feature works made in different mediums: painting, drawing, sculpture and video art. The authors share the viewer with artistic research, such as the search for self-identity, the study of daily…

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The Body Exquisite – Shibari Life Drawing Salons

June 10-7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

Let London Drawing  take you by the hand into the fabulously atmospheric chambers of The Crypt Gallery for a candle lit life drawing session of sensuality and physicality with the brilliant Anatomie Studio  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 human body’s natural shapes. The aesthetic arrangement of ropes and knots on the…

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Fantastic Properties

June 14-11:00 am - June 16-7:00 pm

14-16 June Open: Fri-Sat 11-7pm Sun 11-4pm Private View 13 June “Fantastic Properties” will be a multi-media show where each member of the collective explores his or her response to the exhibition space as a place where personal and collective histories collide. Our experimental engagement with materials leads to unexpected outcomes. Unit 303 is a London collective of twelve artists working across painting, sculpture, film, performance and installation. Formed in 2018 and associated with the ‘Contemporary practice’ advanced course at City Lit, our work deals in known and…

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Substrata

June 21-11:00 am - June 25-7:00 pm

Open: 21-25 June 12-7pm Private View: 20 June 6-9pm Substratum in British noun plural -strata (-ˈstrɑːtə, -ˈstreɪtə) Any layer or stratum lying underneath another, a basis or foundation; groundwork, the non-living material on which an animal or plant grows or lives Geology – the solid rock underlying soils, gravels, etc; bedrock, the surface to which a fixed organism is attached Sociology – any of several subdivisions or grades within a stratum Photography- a binding layer by which an emulsion is made to…

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Sustainable Architecture: an Immersive Exhibition

June 29-11:00 am - July 3-9:00 pm

Opening times: 29 June -2 July 11am – 9pm Opening night: Friday 28 June 7pm – 9pm An exhibition of students’ work from the Centre for Alternative Technology, one of the most forward-looking and innovative higher education institutions in the UK. Explore architecture that is rooted in sustainable design, within an installation that blurs spatial boundaries. Situated in the crypts of a Georgian church, we examine what part of architecture must also be buried for us to move forward into a…

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September 2019
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Past & Present Tense

September 10-12:00 pm - September 15-6:00 pm

Past and Present Tense 10-15 September 2019 Open: Tuesday – Sunday 12-6pm Private View: Wednesday 11 September 2019  6.00 -9.00 pm “He who controls the present, controls the past. He who controls the past, controls the future.” George Orwell ​Works of art are an interpretation or reinterpretation of the world filtered through the imagination and creativity of the artists who present the work. Neither the work nor the artist exists in a vacuum. The aesthetic choices taken by artists reflect…

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