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February 2017

London Drawing Presents: BlackStar- A Drawing Theatre Epic

February 3-7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

London Drawing Presents: BlackStar- A Drawing Theatre Epic A preacher in the Deep South, voodoo in the fields, scare crows come alive and a solitary candle in the centre of it all. An unmissable evening of beautiful life drawing inspired by this seminal Bowie epic. Take a look at the Black Star video here Friday 3 February 2017 7-10pm £28- EARLY BIRD TICKETS SOLD OUT! £32- Second release tickets- a few remaining £35- Third release tickets Basic materials included  …

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February 6-10:00 am - February 12-6:00 pm

6-12 February 2017 Open daily 10-6pm Private views: Thursday 9 February 6-9pm Saturday 11 February 5-9pm Caput means head in Latin (in colloquial English Caput means finished) Caput mortuum is a reddish brown pigment Kaput means destroyed in German CAPUT is a memento mori- we are all caput sooner or later. In this show we offer up a defiant acts of creation- demonstrating our refusal to just lie down and die. The Crypt is a place where the corporeal gives…

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Radical Love: Female Lust

February 14-12:00 pm - March 5-8:30 pm

46 Female Artists inspired by Arabic Poetry of Love & Lust 14 February – 5th March 2017 Open daily 12-8.30pm Private view 13 February ​ Frustrated with the burial of female voices across history, we found inspiration in those that rang out loud and proud across the Arab world thousands of years ago. The words of these poets challenge preconceptions of faith, of class, of the female experience long ago; they capture what it is to relish life and living. ‘Female Lust’ showcases these breathtaking poems full…

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March 2017
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March 10-10:00 am - March 12-7:00 pm

Open: 10-12 March 12-7pm daily Private View: Thurs 9th March 6-9pm The Kokkalis Project In the summer of 2016, a group of international contemporary artists worked alongside each other in the remote village of Psarades in North Western Greece. They brought with them their individual sensibilities and cultural backgrounds and, responding to the history and geography, created an eclectic mix of painting, sculpture, installation, photography and film. Set in the beautiful mountains around the Lakes of Prespes, where the borders…

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March 18-10:00 am - March 22-6:00 pm

18-22 March Opening times: 10-6pm daily Private View: 17 March 6-9pm On the journey of discovering interests, diving into experiments, and intense research, the show presents the very current progress of 1st and 2nd year MA students’ practices from the Royal College of Art. The collection of works from the sculpture and painting departments shows the diverse languages of conveying ideas, which are not only formed between different medias but also built within the intersections of artists’ central focuses and…

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March 28-10:00 am - April 4-6:00 pm

Camberwell College of Art Interim Show 28 March 4 April Private View: 27 March 6-9pm   27th of March 2017 11.57pm   Dear Dia… Ugh, that’s a little obvious, well anyway… Dear imagined reader. I went to two shows tonight. The weather was so beautifully warm… or was it wet and cold? Perhaps I got water in my shoes? I’m struggling to remember. But I do remember placing my shoes on the radiator, and stuffing it with tonight’s press releases……

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April 2017


April 7-11:00 am - April 10-4:00 pm

7-10 April 2017 Open daily:  11am-4pm Private View: 6 April 6-9pm Arcana is an exhibition of work inspired by and reinterpreting the traditional tarot deck. Whether we believe in tarot as a divination tool or not, it speaks to universal themes and archetypes, and channels our human desires for clarity and knowledge. The tarot cards can help us think through our situations and desires, opening out the subconscious. They are a tool we use to tell ourselves stories, and to unravel…

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A Sense of Scotland

April 13-10:00 am - April 17-7:00 pm

Open: 13 April – 17 April 10am to 7pm daily Private View: Thursday 13 April 6-9pm Davy Macdonald is a dramatic artist with a story to tell. Specialising in portraiture he has been exhibiting regular shows in Edinburgh and London since 2009. Over the years, he has researched and developed historic and cultural backgrounds for his “Heritage Series” paintings which tell a story from Scotland’s past. His works include depictions of Harris Tweed workers, charming portraits of women against the…

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The Currents of Identity

April 18-12:00 pm - April 23-6:00 pm

Open: 18-23 April 10-5pm Private View: 19 April 6-9pm Art and its contemporaneity in relation to current affairs has been an issue discussed for decades, with globalisation and trans nationalisation being generally accepted as the core of it. In a time of social change and movement, the term ‘contemporary’ can mean more than newly created art work. Current work cannot help but coincide with the latest events and political changes in the world and alongside this, artist’s ideology of self-recognition…

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Michelangelo – Sublime Beauty

April 29-1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Join London Drawing for an afternoon of exquisite sculpture and sublime beauty in a gorgeous life drawing and performance workshop inspired by the Master himself, all set against the soaring interior of St Pancras Church. Prepare for some serious Renaissance, Italian style….. Saturday 29 April £35 all materials included Advance booking only 1-5pm More info and booking

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