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February 2018
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Artists Residency 2018: Luis Elvira

February 14-11:00 am - February 18-6:00 pm

14-18 February 2018 Open daily 11-6pm As a migrant artist space is often a problem and in addition a subject of reflection. When I moved to London I used to walk through the streets trying to find a solution for my big paintings. Then I realized that this city is a city of migrants, movement and constant change. People move constantly leaving behind their trace but also their belongings…. Those objects as doors, furniture, domestic appliances are not only a…

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The Crypt Residency 2018: Loosing, Seeking and Finding

February 25-1:00 pm - March 1-4:00 pm

25 February – 1 March 2018 Open 1-4pm daily Nettie Edwards: Loosing, Seeking and Finding Over the last 20 years, I’ve been researching the lives of a family of artists who lived in the Parish of St. Pancras during the 18th and 19th centuries. For the duration of my residency, I’ll bring some of their stories to the Crypt: utilising photography, video and sound to discover lost or hidden narratives. I have invited musician and sound artist Matt Brock to…

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March 2018
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Catalina Lam: Secret Corner

March 3-12:00 pm - March 4-7:00 pm

Opening Times: 3 March 12pm-9pm 4 March 10am-7pm Private View: 3 March 6-9pm Lam’s immersive and mesmerizing installations provides audiences a quick escape from the real world. The Crypt Gallery presents the first solo exhibition of a Hong Kong artist Catalina Lam, featuring more than 20 of her light and moving installations made in both UK and China. Catalina Lam was born in 1996 in Hong Kong, she went to study in York since Year 10 and then moved to…

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RUBENS – The Female Baroque: A Drawing Theatre Epic

March 10-1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Prepare for an unforgettable afternoon of lush sensuality and visual drama as London Drawing and artist and art historian John Close join forces to explore the female in the art of the fabulous Rubens. Be inspired by dramatic set ups and expressive models based on Ruben’s epic paintings against the spectacular back drop of St Pancras Church, Euston- and prepare to leave your average life drawing class at the door… Saturday 10 March 1-5pm £35 All basic materials included More…

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DYSPLA International Moving Image Festival

March 14-7:00 pm - March 18-8:30 pm

The festival will run from the 14th to 18th March, 2018, and will commence on the 14th March, 2018, at The Crypt Gallery, St. Pancras, London, 7:30pm, with an Award Ceremony Gala and wine reception. DYSPLA was established in 2007 to exhibit the work of dyslexic and neurodivergent story makers. The DIMIF intends to blur the lines between traditional film festivals and the art gallery experience. The audience is immersed simultaneously with multiple screenings, projected into the space. The audio…

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UCL Drama Society Presents: In The Penal Colony

March 21-6:00 pm - March 22-9:00 pm

UCL Drama Society Presents: In The Penal Colony 21-22 March Performances 6pm and 9pm UCL Drama Society presents an immersive theatrical production of ‘In the Penal Colony’. Based on a short story by Franz Kafka. Adapted for the stage by Steven Berkoff. About an execution device. A story about punishment, torture and freedom. An immersive and physical performance. At the Crypt Gallery. Tickets: £7 (standard), £5 (concessions). Ticket prices are inclusive of a donation of £1 to Amnesty International. For…

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SEX! Human Construction & Human Connection

March 23-6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Opening times and dates: Friday, 23rd March. 5.30pm-9pm UCL ART SOCIETY’S ANNUAL ART EXHIBITION Sex defines the construction of all human bodies and identities, while also contributing to the way we act towards one another, the ways in which we connect. This exhibition explores the concept of sex in all of its forms; sex can be intimacy, ownership, liberty, spirituality, individuality or publicity, it can refer to objectification and eroticism, but also to the subtle intricacies defining our identities. In…

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LAST STAND AT EUSTON SQUARE GARDENS

March 25-12:00 pm - March 27-5:00 pm

An exhibition by Dan Llywelyn Hall 25-27 March Dan will be painting the east half of his diptych of the trees as standing witnesses to the distruction of High Speed 2 (HS2)  

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April 2018
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The Michael Bowman Retrospective

April 12-6:30 pm - April 13-5:00 pm

  Private view:    12 April 2018    6:30 – 9pm Open to the public: 13 April  2018  11:00 – 5pm Curator:  Donna Henderson Growing up in the North East with its industrial landscapes and contrasting hills and moorland inspired Bowman’s early interest in painting.  Throughout his university and working life, he has created work in diverse media; oils, watercolour, ceramics and most recently, etching. Using 3D mixed media, Bowman exhibits unusual narratives based on rock faces and cliffs, incorporating hidden images and…

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Neulinge (Newcomers)

April 19-5:00 pm - April 21-7:00 pm

20-21 April Open: 11-7pm daily Private View: 19 April 5-9pm Guest curated by Georgina White-Aldworth from HEWING WITTARE ‘Neulinge’ is a show that will consider reciprocities and relationships between the practices of 10 Artists, Annie Marie Akussah, Yihsin Chu, Chudamani Clowes, Marium M Habib, Aty Hadidi, Maryam Hina Hasnain, Yun Park, Divya Sharma, Monique Wan, and Samiya Younis. Using paint on canvas, clay, textiles, wooden sculptures, film and projection, each artist has created works that have a very physical and…

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