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Program for 2012

February


Gallery One
30th Jan to 5th Feb
FIRST THURSDAY February 2, 6-9pm

Tracy Varndell
The first solo exhibition by emerging photographer TracyVarndell

A Pocket Sonnet, comprises a series of images built around our values and attitudes toward modern morality. The seven days of the Old Mother Goose nursery rhyme “Mondays Child” are evolved into a contemporary portrait of female sexuality.

January

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February

2 Day Hands-On Photographic Workshop
January 28th & 29th FULL
February 4th & 5th

If you are an artist currently currently building your own catalogue or portfolio, preparing an exhibition or have just completed a new series of work, this workshop will allow you to make a photographic record of your own work while giving you the skills to continue doing so in the future.

In few words, the workshop has been prepared as a way for artists and designers to learn how to self-document their own practice.

Participants should have some prior photographic experience and bring their own art work or design objects.

Each participant will end with a complete set of high resolution digital photographs of their own work.

Only 10 places available, apply here:
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February

Gallery Twenty-One

WHEN WE DEAD AWAKEN

February 1-26, 2012
PRIVATE VIEW, February 2nd, 6-9pm
FIRST THURSDAY February 2, 6-9pm

VASILIS ASIMAKOPOLOUS | AARON HOLZ | JOHN NIELSEN | ANJA RONACHER

Appropriating its title from playwright Henrik Ibsen's final play, dating 1899 which debuted at London's Haymarket Theater, When We Dead Awaken is an exhibition that presents themes of art imitating life, and life imitating art. Combined with consciously melodramatic themes of adoration, petrification, and the plight of the artist, the exhibition comments on the myth of the artistic genius and the role of art as consciously self-aware.

Beers Lambert.ContemporaryArt

March


Gallery One

28th Feb to 3rd March.11.00-6.00pm Daily
Private view on Tuesday 28th February 18.00 - 21.00
FIRST THURSDAY March 1st 6-9pm.


'The Space Between' Exhibition of prints and drawings by Lucy Bainbridge, Helen Bridges, Brian Hodgson, Katherine Jones, Angie Lewin and Julia McKenzie

The Space between will allow you to inhabit the created landscapes of six artists. The Space between is where the viewer meets the work, the artist takes on processes and subject matter. The space between is the area of compulsion that forces the artist to return again and again to a certain place, object, or pathway.
This exhibition will give us access into worlds between worlds, the different strands all start with very real places, physical or imagined. The hope is that your visit will transport you into new places, realms and possibilities.

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March

Gallery Two

28th Feb to 3rd March.11.00-6.00pm Daily
FIRST THURSDAY March 1st 6-9pm.
Private view on Tuesday 28th February 18.00 - 21.00

KU-9

Riccardo Cellottini

In Japan the number 9 is called ku (kyuu), which has the same sound to the word suffering and agony. This project is focused on the ethical issues of nuclear energy around human life and living creatures. More than just documentary, in these photos imagination has been imprinted on the reality captured. It portrays a hypothetical futuristic life where daily activities are affected by a radioactivity environment, along with a documentary sequence that shows the current British situation. Dungeness village life close to a nuclear plant and community disapproval in King’s Cliffe, chosen as next nuclear waste disposal. www.riccardocellottini.com

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March

Gallery Twenty-One

1st March to 23 March
FIRST THURSDAY March 1st, 6-9pm
Travels with an Artist

Adrian Hemming's landscapes have grown in cultural significance since he was twice shortlisted for the National Gallery's "Artist in Residence". Geography and art have a long historical association; human relationships to nature and the understanding of the mechanisms which enable this, have been handfast with art's narrative and it's these influences which are growing in an age of displacement and detachment.

Hemming's new collection of work draws from his experiences in, and travels to, both the exotic and the ordinary, such as the Yucatan jungle, Australian rainforest and the Channel Islands. His sensitive awareness of human and physical landscape and the colour that permeates his paintings, creates a body of work that reminds us how we should understand and define a place and that each encounter with a landscape, people and culture, is part of a greater journey.

Visit Adrian's Website Here
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‘Thirty Million years of Antarctica’ 2011.
Oil on canvas 122cm dia.


March

2 Day Hands-On Photographic Workshop
March 24th and 25 March


If you are an artist currently currently building your own catalogue or portfolio, preparing an exhibition or have just completed a new series of work, this workshop will allow you to make a photographic record of your own work while giving you the skills to continue doing so in the future.

In few words, the workshop has been prepared as a way for artists and designers to learn how to self-document their own practice.

Participants should have some prior photographic experience and bring their own art work or design objects.

Each participant will end with a complete set of high resolution digital photographs of their own work.

http://www.delirios.co.uk

Please Do Not Contact the Gallery

April


Gallery Twenty-One
3rd April to 8th April
FIRST THURSDAY April 5th 6-9pm

Gary Foster
Andrew Harrison
David Degreef-Mounier

'All Previous Thoughts'

 

April
Gallery One
3rd April to 7th April
11.00am–6.00pm daily
Private View Thursday 5th April at 6pm
FIRST THURSDAY April 5th 6-9pm

ʻTen-Out-Of-Tenʼ presents the work of ten up and coming artists completing their painting degree at Wimbledon College of Fine Art, who are set to launch their careers over the coming year.

This fresh mix of talented work draws from a rich variety of themes;
– Images that transfuse experience into a visual medium, questions our environment, perception and rationality through repetition.
– Abandoned landscapes - the effects of developing technologies on society's perceptions of the romantic image.
– The concept of space as a container and the importance of shelter.
– The mind's eye and it's strong ties to the subconscious...

and more...

The artistsʼ journey is there to be seen and celebrated. They look forward to seeing you and taking you through their world.
Visit ʻTen-Out-Of-Tenʼ Website

Click Here to View a pdf with more info.

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April
2nd April to 8th April
FIRST THURSDAY April 5th 6-9pm
Gallery Two

Taking A Line For A Walk

'A drawing is simply a line going for a walk'- Paul Klee
'Taking A Line For A Walk' is a collection of drawings from 7 artists.
Drawing is the most basic and complex of artistic practices and in this exhibition artists from a variety of artistic backgrounds will join together to celebrate this vast and spectacular medium.

 

Ollie Bremner, Nina Carter, Charlotte Cranidge, Rebecca Hunter, Aatish Shah, Craig Sherwood and Joanna Tidey.

April
11th April to 26th April
Gallery Twenty-One

Set Aymot
Large scale abstraction from the UK based artist.


Studio Discussions London)...it's over-kill. I'm interested in reducing that over complication.....(to ) maintain the immediacy of the experience. What is the experience? Do you just let the experience happen.. and let it 'be' or do you say 'this is the experience because I've worked on this painting for six months, I've tried to aim the experience at you with a thousand brush strokes so that qualifies it?' Very often that method of working looses the experience itself, the original reason....this (kind of) painting is about immediacy and how we deal with expressive energy within the confines painting. You mention Baselitz...(he) tends to generate a surface by repetition.... pattern, squares and little birds and drops in this figurative focal point and fills up the surrounding space, surrounding the figure, with 'stuff' which is somehow equally as poignant as the figure...

Set returns for his second show at Vyner Street Gallery

April


16th April to 27th April

Gallery One & Gallery Two

Philip Ward-Jackson Curates
Erminio Schieppati (1944-2011): An Italian Painter in London

The painterly traditions of Milan and the Euston Road come together in the works of this bank-clerk turned artist. Erminio made film, sculpted, drew and was a prolific screen-printer and etcher, but most of all he thrived on paint. His reading of Marinetti and Bergson in his student days coloured a vision of a London, in which a sense of sexual liberation was also a powerful ingredient. Even at its most bucolic industry looms large in his work, the activities of the container port at Felixstowe forming the backdrop to more recent Essex coastal scenes. This exhibition is a small retrospective, a taster from a huge ouput, all achieved between the mid-1970s and his sudden death towards the end of last year.

 

May

1st May to 6th May
FIRST THURSDAY May 3rd 6-9pm.
Gallery One

Group Show Curated by Caroline Harris


Alex Tracy / Dean Moone / Lawrence Hentall

SCRAP – an exhibition of contemporary art and sculptures using discarded materials in diverse and thought provoking ways.
The three artists exhibiting in SCRAP have collaborated on this one theme but each approaching the issues of a throw-away society using different industrial materials, packaging and techniques. They have contributed a number of unique pieces presented in a way that creates an interesting and extraordinary exhibition.

May

1st May to 6th May
FIRST THURSDAY May 3rd 6-9pm.
Gallery Two

We are an art collective based in London, formed upon graduating from Middlesex University 2011. We’re coming to an exhibition near you…

Here is a Link to The Group's Blog

Click Here for Photographs

James Bell,
Margaret Moore,
Samantha Lesley,
Zoe-Lee Skelton,
Rachel Morris,
Rajaul Hoque,
Vanessa Lee,
Rei Matsushima,
Katie Bellinger,



May

Wednesday 9th May to Tuesday15th May
Gallery One
Physicality and Spirituality of Death


Private View, Friday 11th May 6-9pm
Kai Kim, Patrizia Paolini
Two artists Kai Kim and Patrizia Paolini present the duality of death through paintings and performance each.

The project has been fundedby the Youth in Action programme (UK National Agency - British Council) of the European Commission. Action 1.2  youth initiative.
This project has been funded with support from the European Commission and British Council. 
This communication reflects the views only of the author, and the European Commission and British Council cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information containeed therein

INCA International Network for Culture and Arts  is glad to present:

 --------- Space for Development and Intercultural Exchange ------

May

Saturday May 12th 2012, 14:00 – 17:30
Gallery One
The Systemic Constellations as a research laboratory, in architecture, urban planning and political vision

What is moving us in ''commons' awareness"? We are happy to invite you for a 1st organic constellation workshop at London on May 12th 2012 to explore how "commons in urban planning and architecture" create a bridge for citizens to better serve their purpose. Be welcome to join with old and new friends in a small group setting with discussion and practice in between.
Please write us an email note for our planning until the day before.
You are welcome to forward this to those of your friends who you feel would like it :-)Looking forward,
Daniela, Marilyn

RSVP by e-mail to: daniela.terrile@gmail.com not later than May 11th 2012
Venue: in London, Vyner Street Gallery Public transport: (bus)

Daniela T (mobile: +32 472 907679), Marilyn Droog (mobile +32 495 535563)
Sunday: Arrival 14:00, workshop starts at 14:30, end ca. 17:30

 

 
May

18th May to 20th May
Gallery One
Private View: Friday 18th May from 6:30pm

 'Past Presents Future'

 Marcus Tolan, James Gilleard, James Sandifer

Group exhibition comprised of illustration, music and animation.

A collection of alternative birthday cards, surreal predictions and retro inspired artwork.  The show takes the form of a birthday celebration with entertainment alongside artwork providing excitement, intrigue and reflection.
Group Website Here

May

18th May to 19th May 10.00 to 5.00pm
Gallery Two
Private View, Thursday 17th 6.00 till 9.00

Trompe-l'oeil / interpassive.
Olivier Hölzl / Linda Krefft / Nicole Prutsch

As a philosophical interpretation of the Trompe-l'oeil, the "interpassive Praxis" (Robert Pfaller) describes the practice of delegating feelings and behaviours on to external objects, persons or things.
This represents a subtle form of escapism from anxiety raised by the confrontation with one’s own pleasure.

Artists from London, Hamburg and Vienna come together to explore the interplay between reality and deception, through an exhibition that processes contemporary perceptions of pleasurable sensation.

In 'Bananas and Cream' Olivier Hölzl reproduces explicit images that are transferred on to wallpapers. The work deals with issues of ‘home’ in relation to more covert internet pursuits.

'Fan', an installation by Linda Krefft, creates a playful interaction between the real object and the virtual image, questioning the viewer's perceptions of reality and illusion through movement in linear time.

'Self Portraits', a video installation by Nicole Prutsch is conceived out of sequences recorded by the integrated camera in webbrowsing devices, whilst experiencing a range of stimuli.

May

25th May to 2nd June
11.00am – 6.00pm daily

Private View on Thursday 24th May 6-9pm
Private View on Thursday 31st May 6-9pm.

Gallery One
Allan Martin

Who She Is & Other Work

From a background in graphic design with music and fashion taking precedence, of many highlights is years working closely with The Psychedelic Furs, as is the last ten years of close collaboration with Annie Lennox. Initially a photographic adventure it led to encompassing, design, websites, videos, and my being her creative consultant.
My intention to explore painting more fully has always remained. I like where it leads and relish the challenge. I wanted to find time to paint. Now I have, and it feels right.
WHO SHE IS… Painted from searched for images, selected for what they offer beyond the predictable intended purpose. Moments taken, transitory rather than deliberate, which convey something more, something real. These women now stand in muted, quiet, dark space, not in limbo, but vital and intriguing. Strong and contemplative. Revealed as such, to be considered for their strength, their reality. Inviting inquiry and invoking respect.
Allan's Website Here


June

6th June to 11th June
11.00am to 6.00pm
FIRST THURSDAY June 7th 6-9pm.
Gallery One
Robert Kyle

Jubilee

Jubilee documents our changing times using broken down images and type from newspapers and magazines during the year running up to 2012. The work creates a stark reality of the world we currently find ourselves living in. Taking inspiration from the fanzines of the 1970’s and 80’s this work looks at the comparison between the Silver Jubilee and the Diamond Jubilee. Thirty-five years later it feels like nothing has changed as we find ourselves yet again in a society of inequality, rising unemployment and depression. It’s a window into a dystopian world where money has become a new god for our humanity to worship and the greed of a few far exceeds the want of many.
Will the youth rise up and create a new world? We are living in turbulent times and this work creates reportage on the build up to a prophetic year that has been expected to bring about global change.

Robert returns for his second show at Vyner Street Gallery

June

7th June to 12th June
FIRST THURSDAY June 7th 6-9pm.
Gallery Two

Hélène Lord

Infinite City

Full Details Here



June
This
Exhibition Has
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14th June to 24th June
12.00 to 18.00 daily

Galleries One and Two

XXXora - The Newer Gender


Press Release Here

June
This
Exhibition Has
Finished

26th June to 30th June
Galleries One + Two
UCA Farnham, BA (Hons)
Fine Art
A Collaborative Show of 2012's BA (Hons) Fine Art Graduates from the University for the Creative Arts in Farnham.
Private View 6-9pm Thursday, 28th June 2012


July

3rd July to 8th July
FIRST THURSDAY July 5th 6-9pm
Gallery One

Projekt

Eleven students from the University of Greenwich BA Fine Arts course, taught at K College, Tonbridge, bring a selection of works from their Degree Show.

July
This
Exhibition Has
Finished

3rd July to 8th July
12noon - 6pm daily
FIRST THURSDAY July 5th 6-9pm
Gallery Two


'REASONABLE MODE'

MODE - a way or manner in which something occurs or is experienced, or expressed or done.

JULES PEARSON ¦ MARIUSZ CHADAJ ¦ CELINE MODZELEWSKA

SCULPTURE & DRAWING: Following Line
PHOTOGRAPHY: Hunting Light
PAINTING: Capturing Movement

July
This
Exhibition Has
Finished

19th,20th & 21st July
Gallery 1+2

LAISVYDE SALCIUTE

ORLANDO. A BIOGRAPHY

 29 silk-screen prints

This exhibition is homonymous with Virginia Woolf's novel ‘Orlando. A Biography’ of 1928. The protagonist of the novel is not subject to gender or time constraints and lives a life of oscillating sex through the ages. This brave reevaluation of gender is one of the biggest values of the novel.


Exhibition curated by Babora Grigaliunaite



August
This
Exhibition Has
Finished
30th July to 5th August
FIRST THURSDAY August 2nd 6-9pm
Galleries One & Two


This is how you stand correctly

See how we do it in the 'North'!
A selected exhibition showcasing diverse contemporary art works including: painting, drawing, digital processes, film, sculpture, audio, installation, text and photography from The University of Huddersfield's Art graduates 2012.

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September

3rd Sept to16th Sept
FIRST THURSDAY Sept. 6th 6-9pm
Gallery One
Life in the Abstract
Stephen J Newton

Donald Kuspit called me 'a true outsider' -

'I don't paint anything that actually exists in reality. I don't paint memories or dreams.
My painting doesn't tell a story and it doesn't symbolise anything - it just is what it is - no more'.

Stephen J Newton 2012


 

September

3rd Sept to 9th Sept
FIRST THURSDAY Sept. 6th 6-9pm
Gallery Two

Connie Viney

Connie Viney is known for her outlandish and larger than life sculptures and installations made from cake and icing.

Observing the nation’s obsession with the confectionary industry, Connie recently created an entire room intricately carved out of sugar-paste.  With an overwhelming visual aesthetic, and an invitation to eat the displays, her intention was to entice the viewer to move deeper inside for a closer look. ‘I wanted to see how long this sense of intrigue would last before the sickly sweet smell of icing evoked a feeling of claustrophobia and a need for a hasty retreat,’ she states.

In her upcoming exhibition, Connie plans to build on this previous work by creating a sugar installation that incorporates movement, light and sound.  She says ‘the work aims to evoke a reaction.  I’m interested to see whether people are fascinated, intrigued or simply repulsed by this sensory overload’.  In this exhibition, she asks, ‘are candy stores a bit harmless fun, or a depressing sign of the times?’  By capturing these competing themes and ambiguities, Connie challenges our assumptions about the confectionary industry in the 21st century.

Connie's Website

Interview with Connie in Guardian

 

21st and 22nd September
Gallery One
Eclectic 13
Opening Night 21st September

A collective of Fine Artists currently studying at Kingston University, coming together to showcase an array of artwork from a selection of mediums.

Works from Lily Wanda Waugh, Megan McCann, Lucy Hargan, Frankie Wray, Sophie Bramley, Jonathan Whittaker, Annie Rawle, Hannah Pedersen, Emily Mills, Emma Tobin, Emily Vanns, Jessica Melling and Corey Bartle Sanderson.
 
www.cargocollective.com/lucyhargan

www.cargocollective.com/jessicamelling

www.cargocollective.com/meganmccan

www.pedpedped.tumblr.com - Hannah Pedersen

September


25th - 30th September 2012
Gallery Two

Opening hours : 11am - 7pm
Preview on Tuesday 25th September from 7pm

Cosmic Intimacy

With Marion Sagon and Noah Wiegand

Curated by Bertrand Riou

London’s Vyner Street Gallery is pleased to welcome Cosmic Intimacy, a poetic proposal by Marion Sagon and Noah Wiegand.

Transformed into a poetic space, this location will, for a brief moment in time, be imbued with a cosmos of these artists’ imagination, becoming a psychological site for their deep-seated intellect. Beyond the intimacy of their own universe, these two artists unite and unveil a constellation of artefacts ranging from the recognisable to the non-identifiable. The two solitary universes become a universal vision that promptly draws us away from the confinement that is often an exhibition. Bypassing this restrictive and obsolete constraint, their wish is to forge connections that are freed from predefined boundaries to connect the public and their personal mythology. As a result, the creative links that occur are intimate by their location (the spirit) and cosmic by the archetypes that can be produced in this world by such propositions.

http://www.facebook.com/events/501136883231050/

riou.bertrand@gmail.com


October
1st October to 7th October
11.00 to 18.00 Daily
FIRST THURSDAY Oct 4th 18.00 to 21.00pm
Gallery One


Inane Systems

Ryan Dunn


Dunn arrives at Vyner Street fresh from representing the United Kingdom at World Event Young Artists in Nottingham during the Cultural Olympiad.

Originally trained as an industrial designer, Dunn’s practice occupies a realm between the worlds of art and design. His work reconfigures and subverts imagery from our everyday domestic landscape – generic chairs, shirts and magazines – to create strangely normal objects and compositions that are beautiful, absurd and sinister in equal measure.

Inane Systems will present a diverse collection of collage art, fashion & textiles and poetic furniture design pieces that explore society’s relationship with material culture and the social practice of lifestyle while challenging the underlying assumptions, aspirations and expectations about design that shape these phenomena.



www.inanesystems.com

More Images Here




October

1st October to 7th October
FIRST THURSDAY Oct 4th 6-9pm
Gallery Two


bareSPACE            

This group exhibition features three artists with diverse interpretations of   contemporary experience.

Faye Dobinson’s paintings are concerned with time and space. Using a personal lexicon of marks and gesture, the canvas becomes the location where stimulus and response collide in an investigation of the notion of place and the spaces we inhabit.
Jules Greaves creates installations which examine memorial, military and domestic. By combining familiar materials in unorthodox ways she deconstructs the way the brutality of military combat is sanitized and presented to us through the media.
Investigating the nature of the reality we construct around ourselves, Pippa Young’s paintings and drawings  employ a mixture of visual languages to reflect the fragmented and surreal nature of contemporary experience, as well as expressing something of the transience and vulnerability of the human condition.

Faye Dobinson’s WebSite
Jules Greave's WebSite
Pippa Young’s WebSite


  Galleries 1+2

October 16th to 21st

South West Graduate Photography Prize 2012

Fotonow present the 3rd year of the South West Graduate Photography Prize, featuring photographic works by: Adam Pedley, Emilia Moisia, Philip Shanno, Chris Hoare, Jo Filer-Cooper & Mark Perham

Show runs
Tues 16th to Sun 21st October 2012 (11am-6pm)

Opening night
Thur 18th October 2012 (6pm-9pm)



www.fotonow.org
swgpp@fotonow.org
November

30th October to 4th November
FIRST THURSDAY Nov. 1st 09.30 to 22.00
Gallery One
Open Daily 09.30 to 18.30

Lilk Gallery is proud to showcase selected original works from Ben Farleigh, Jacob Perlmutter, Kirstin Todtling and Damian Golfinopoulus for their opening pop-up exhibition.
Lilk Gallery aspires to present a bold and exciting selection of art, carefully curated to ensure it is both accessible and thought-provoking. The collection is diverse; works range from photography and painting to risograph, sculpture and drawing. - handpicked from the work of some of the most exciting emerging artists. Themes vary from the everyday to the imaginary, the sinister to the sublime, all connected by the strength, skill and talent that is universally apparent throughout each artist and each piece of work.
Lilk Gallery hopes you will join them for their launch night on First Thursday, 1st November

Lilk Launch 01 November 2012 from clairep on Vimeo.


November



30th October to 4th November
FIRST THURSDAY Nov. 1st 6-9pm
Gallery Two

Joanna Georgiades



http://joannageorgiades.com/

London based artist Joanna Georgiades is holding her first solo exhibition at Vyner Street Gallery from 30 October to 4 November, bringing her abstract landscapes which hover between dreams and elusive memories to the public.



November

Galleries 1+2

November 20th to 25th

An Owl Barn Residency Exhibition

Inroads

This two room exhibition showcases the work of the artists in residence at the Owl Barn in Gloucestershire. Please come and join them at Vyner Street Gallery from the 20th to the 25th November to see how the residency has impacted on their current practice.
Work includes Andrew North, Ben Jenner, Flora Arbuthnott, Laura Hathaway and Simon Hall.
Group Website

owlbarnresidency

December

Open Dec 7-Dec 16, 11am -6pm daily,
closed Dec 10-11

FIRST THURSDAY Dec 6th 6-9pm

Gallery One

Assemble
Jennifer stacks, props, and hangs her paintings in an ostensibly haphazard manner that appears as though they are waiting to be hung or picked up at a later point. This is intentional, for she has discovered that this chaotic informality gives primacy to the relationships amongst the paintings rather than what is occurring on the surface of each painting. Edges disappear in  to the face of another canvas; paint dissolves and reforms itself on another surface, then reforms again and pours on to the floor. The paintings seen together in this manner function as a whole , with surprise, serendipity and chance.

Jennifer Talbot is a graduate of Central St Martins School of art and design and City and Guilds of London Art School

Vyner Street Gallery is very pleased to welcome Jenny back for her third show with us.



December

3rd December to 9th December
FIRST THURSDAY Dec 6th 6-9pm

Gallery Two

Lilk Gallery

Monday 3rd December to Sunday 9th December

First Thursday 6th December, 18h00 - 21h00.

In our December "Group Show", Lilk Gallery will be exhibiting enticing new works from newly joined artists Lily Clark, Cathy McMurray and Alex Simpson. Selected works from photographer Rob Jurd and Jacob Perlmutter will also be on display, with new work from risograph artist Kirstin Toedtling and collage artist Damian Golfinopoulos. With a collection ranging from photography, painting, sculpture, risograph and collage; this exhibition promises to showcase artwork that holds tension not only in the diversity of medium, but in the juxtaposition of beauty to dispair.

 
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Coming Up in 2013

January

Galleries One & Two
Jan 24th to 26th


Group Show Curated by Elliot Walker

 
February
Gallery One
5th February to 10th February
First Thursday 7th Feb. 18.00 to 21.00

Group Show

Awaiting Details
 
March
Galleries One & Two
26th February to 3rd March

Curated show of 3rd Year Fine Art students from Middlesex University.
 
March
Gallery One
March 5th to March 10th
First Thursday 7th March. 18.00 to 21.00

Cancelled____Gallery One Available for First Thursday Week!
 
March/April

Gallery Two
March 26th to April 7th
First Thursday 7th March. 18.00 to 21.00

Mark Leadbetter

 
April
Gallery One
April 2nd to April 7th
First Thursday 7th Feb. 18.00 to 21.00

Anthony Hayes
 
May
Galleries One & Two
April 30th to May 5th
First Thursday 2nd April. 18.00 to 21.00

Havering Fine Art Degree StudentsFine Art Degree students
 
June
Gallery One
June 4th to June 9th
First Thursday 6th June. 18.00 to 21.00

Anna Jung Seo
 
July

Galleries One & Two
July 2nd to July 7th
First Thursday 4th July. 18.00 to 21.00

The University of Huddersfield's Art graduates 2013

 
August
   
September
Gallery One
Sept 10th to Sept 15th

Group Show
Helen Scalway
 
October
   
November
   
December