On Saturday the 8th of October at 3pm Fox&Squirrel will be hosting yet another of their much talked about art walks.
122 Peckham Hill Street
Saturday 8th October @3pm
£15 for single ticket £25 for double
Fox&Squirrel organise private and public art walks. Public art walks take place once a month on a Saturday afternoon. The itinerary of the walk remains a secret up until the walk commences. With only a meeting point released followers are guided by an art historian or an art curator to three exhibitions. This time followers will be guided through Peckham by the art historian Natasha Hoare to 3 exhibitions where the audience will be introduced to guest speakers such as gallery owners, curators and/or the artist who will talk them through what is considered to be some of the most exciting art to have emerged recently in London.
On Saturday the 8th of October at 3pm the Fox&Squirrel team will be hosting their 7th public art walk in Peckham. Peckham boasts a vibrant art scene and plays home to some of the strongest emerging artists in London. Meeting point is under the portico of Peckham Library and the walk will last 90 minutes and visit three exhibitions.
On the 8th of October the Fox&Squirrel art guide will be Natasha Hoare, an art historian, a prolific art writer, a freelance curator and business development manager at Saatchi Gallery. At every exhibition Natasha will introduce the audience to key players in London’s art scene such as curators, gallery directors and artists. Guest speakers will talk the audience through the work on display while the Fox&Squirrel guide will place the work in an art historical context.
All Fox&Squirrel art walks end with a drink at an independent establishment. Art Walk Pekcham will terminate at Bar Story where visitors will have the opportunity to discuss the art they have seen and to socialise amongst themselves. An art walk is a great opportunity to experience the great art that London has to offer, to talk to the makers and shakers of London’s art scene and to meet like-minded people.