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January 2019
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UNDERGROUND WITHIN- MIHAELA MIHALACHE

January 16-1:00 pm - January 20-5:00 pm

16-20 January Open: 1-5pm daily with the exception of Thursday 17 January when the gallery will be closed Private view: 6-9pm, 15 January 2019 An exhibition by Mihaela Mihalache These works analyze and deepen the interior space in depth, both in its own and figurative sense. The images are frames from a personal archive, where the depths of consciousness and imagined existence are reproduced, suppressed by limiting the physical space of both nature and the human body. Researching another world,…

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Savage Journal Noise Exhibition

January 21-6:30 pm - January 22-4:00 pm

Open: 21 January: 18:30-21:00 22 January: 10:00-16:00 Free Entry / All Welcome Join us for Savage’s inaugural art exhibition, taking place in the in the crypt of St Pancras Church on Euston Road. The venue is completely accessible and seconds away from UCL. Come along to see a showcase of artwork exhibited by some of UCL’s finest artists, with a variety of performances, sculptures, paintings, video screenings, live music and a subsidised bar. Entry is free and everybody is welcome.

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FALLING STARS- STELLA CADENTI- LUMEN RESIDENCY EXHIBITION

January 25-12:00 pm - January 27-6:00 pm

25-27 January 2019 Private View: Friday 25 January 7 – 9pm Saturday: 12 – 6pm Sunday: 12 – 6pm   The culmination of Lumen’s Residency in Atina, Italy, between 1-17 August 2018. The resident artists and exhibition have been curated by Louise Beer, Melanie King, Rebecca Huxley and Natasha Sabatini. This two-week residency was set up to help like-minded artists from multi-disciplines develop their practice in a relaxed, yet productive environment. The peaceful village of Atina, situated 154km from Rome in the…

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SCOTTISH FASHION SHOW: THE HENDERSON EXPERIENCE

January 31-6:30 pm - 9:00 pm

This show is in memory of Stuart Henderson who died 20 years ago at the age of 47 from a heart attack. All proceeds from the show will go to the British Heart Foundation. Stylist and Curator:   Donna Henderson This is a Private Event

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February 2019
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KLIMT & SCHIELE: THE SEDUCTIVE LINE III

February 9-1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Inspired by the Klimt/Schiele blockbuster show at the Royal Academy? Following two sell out events around Christmas- London Drawing are delighted to announce a third and final Klimt and Schiele event! London Drawing and artist John Close will be creating a whole new series of works for you to interpret! Join London Drawing and artist John Close for an afternoon of the fantastic life drawing, as we explore the sumptuous work of Gustav Kilmt & Egon Schiele against the ornate interiors of…

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QUEUING ON STAIRS

February 22-10:00 am - February 24-6:00 pm

Open: 22 – 24 February daily 10am-6pm Private view: 22 February 6pm-8.30pm Queuing On Stairs articulates artworks by 15 artists from the RCA and UAL. Resonated with individual memories, societies, and the visions of time, the artworks compose underground scenery, both personal and public, through interpersonal intimate experiences.   The exhibition puts forth an unresolved, undecided, and unsettled state. It excavates personal experiences, memories, and self-awareness, challenging the authenticity of self. It questions the rationality of contemporary constructed identities, attempting to extract…

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Ashurbanipal: The Last Great King of Assyria

February 28-7:30 pm - March 3-8:30 pm

An immersive theatre event: Thursday, 28 Feb – Sunday, 3 Mar £12 – £15 7.30pm daily Matinee Saturday 2 March 2.30pm Book tickets      Catharsis Theatre presents ASHURBANIPAL by L. S. Wisnom “The eclipse is coming. One of us must die” Something is rotten in Ashurbanipal’s court. A civil war rages: brother against brother, Assyria against Babylon.  The king’s ministers plot to control his decisions, while the royal family unravels from the inside. Who will emerge from the chaos to control…

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March 2019
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HOLLOW CHAMBERS

March 6-12:00 pm - March 10-5:00 pm

5 – 10 March Opening times: Wed -Sat 12pm-6pm Sun 12pm-5pm Private View: Tuesday 5 March 6pm – 9pm The Exploraton of Caves and Artsts’ Talk: Friday 8 March 4pm – 6pm Exhibiting Artists: Andrew Youngson •  Ruth Richmond • Su Bonfanti • Erika Trotzig • nimmi •  Su Jung Jang • Galina Hristova • Jenny Klein • Jeremy Ip • Mai Wada • Jacqueline Nicholls • Helen Dear • Claire Michel • Xiaohui Wu • Robin Weijers • Silvia…

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TAKE BACK CONTROL

March 14-10:00 am - March 24-6:00 pm

14th-24th March 2019 Open daily: 10am-6pm Public Opening Party: 14th March 2019 6-9pm. https://www.takebackcontrolofthe.press/ “Take Back Control” is a chance to relive the gut-wrenching excitement of the 2016 Brexit vote week through its newspapers. We have collected over 70 newspapers from the week of the Brexit vote: 16-19th June 2016. this show is a unique snapshot of the British media’s most exaggerated campaigns for both sides of the debate (Leave and Remain). This show aims to: Take back control from…

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April 2019
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WILLIAM BLAKE: DIVINE INSPIRATION – Drawing Theatre

April 13-1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Join London Drawing in the subterranean vaults of the Crypt Gallery for a very special edition of The Drawing Theatre as they collaborate artist John Close for an afternoon of divine drawing inspiration! Expect fantastical imagery, the mystical, the supernatural and the ethereal, as they re-create heavenly and transcendental imagery of visionary William Blake for you to draw. This promises to be a truly immersive afternoon of unforgettable creative life drawing. Take a look at previous Drawing Theatre events here William…

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