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Fall Out: War and Conflict in the British Council Collection

The final exhibition from the British Council Collection at the Whitechapel Gallery focuses on art made in response to conflict and war.  Entitled Fall Out, it has been selected by Theodor Ringborg, from Stockholm, who was the winner of the British Council’s international competition to find ‘The Fifth Curator ‘. Where? Gallery 7 Whitechapel Gallery […]

First Thursday - Late Night Free Gallery Openings

On the first Thursday of every month the galleries and museums of East London open their doors late for a chance to see amazing art, culture and events after hours. With over 100 galleries and museums open until 9pm on First Thursdays there will always be something free and exciting to see. Where? Around various […]

Samuel Beckett - Paul Joyce

Internationally renowned photographer Paul Joyce has captured a range of inspirational figures including Samuel Beckett, Henry Moore, Eartha Kitt and Ansel Adams during his illustrious career. Each image, taken in the sitters natural environment, demonstrates Joyce’s ability to put his subject at absolute ease. This exclusive retrospective demonstrates the inspiration of the man behind the […]

Ken Symonds- Between Penzance and St Ives

The show will feature work by nine artists closely associated with West Cornwall. The artists all have pay someone to do essay close associations with Penwith in the far west of Cornwall. They work in a variety of media, and encompass a broad spectrum of painting styles, from quite abstract figures and nudes, to both […]

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The first major exhibition of its kind, Close Examination: Fakes, Mistakes and Discoveries celebrates the remarkable collaboration of scientists, conservators and art historians at the National Gallery. The exhibition show cases some of the gallery’s infamous collection of fake works and chronicles the work done by the scientific department at the National Gallery. Where? Sainsbury […]

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I went to the house but did not enter is a staged concert in three Tableaux, composed by Heiner Goebbels and magnificently performed by the world-famous Hilliard Ensemble. It premiered at the Edinburgh International Festival in 2008 to great acclaim. Where? Barbican Centre Silk Street London EC2Y 8DS When? Wednesday 28 April – Saturday 1 […]

Having been open for a year now Raven Row Gallery  is a non-profit contemporary art exhibition centre in Spitalfields that is open free to the public, Wednesdays to Sundays. It has been constructed within eighteenth century domestic rooms, onto which 6a Architects have added two contemporary galleries, and it stands on the part of Artillery […]

Nicholas Jolly : A Message From Our Leader, 2008

The themes and photo montage-based imagery of Nicholas Jolly’s current paintings are clearly influenced by his magazine work, but also has a lineage that can be traced back through the techniques and concerns of Pop Art and Surrealism. This will be his first solo London exhibition since 1996. Where? Sarah Myerscough Fine Art 15-16 Brooks […]

This exhibition brings together recent works by the International Sculptor Jeff  Lowe for the first time since his major 2008 exhibition at the Robert Steele Gallery in New York. Where? The Gallery In Cork Street 28 Cork Street Mayfair London W1S 3NG When? 3rd till 8th of May 2010 How Much? Free Jeff Lowe ‘Building […]

An open call for submissions is announced by GFEST – Gaywise FESTival 2010. GFEST is recognised as London’s lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) and queer cross – art festival for all. The three main categories open for submissions are: Short Films, Performances, Visual Art. When? Deadline for GFEST 2010 submissions is 2ndnd July 2010 […]

The strength of international demand for Asian Art was again demonstrated in the March 2010 sales in New York which realized $60 million; re-confirming Christie’s continued position as market leader for the category, with 73% market share. Where? homework help – 85 Old Brompton Road London SW7 3LD 020 7581 7611 When? 11th of […]

British Museum holds an exhibition with a majority of drawings in the exhibition are working studies, and as such were never intended to be seen outside the studio. Featuring 100 works by amongst others Fra Angelico, Jacopo and Gentile Bellini, Botticelli, Carpaccio, Leonardo da Vinci, Filippo Lippi, Mantegna, Michelangelo, Titian  and Verrocchio. Where? British Museum, […]

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