A selection of forthcoming and current events by Axisweb Members.
LAY OF THE LAND (AND OTHER SUCH MYTHS)
LONDON ART FAIR | 17 – 22 JANUARY 2017
STAND P31 ART PROJECTS
Chiara Williams Contemporary Art will present SOLO Award 2016 winner Victoria Lucas at the London Art Fair 2017 (17-22 January).
I hope that you can join us for the closing event of figure - process - material the exhibition that is part of Yorkshire Sculpture Triangle's Community Engagement Programme on: Friday 27th January 2017 6:00 -7:30pm
Concert of three composers who responded to an artwork in this exhibition.
David Greenhorne responded to my painting Red Riding Hood
Latent will be an exhibition of work that is the culmination of my textiles degree with The Open College of the Arts.
My work itself explores themes of memory in death, how our memories change when we loose a loved one, but also how memories are indelibly
A solo exhibition at Wolverhampton Art Gallery of carved and constructed sculpture, running from 17th December 2015 to 12th February 2017.
There will be a private view for the exhibition on Saturday 14th January from 12.00noon - 2.00pm, all welcome.
This Years Model 2017- The Human Stain, Annual Members Show, PV Thurs Jan 5th 6-9 pm
Image: Liv Pennington, from her Ovum series.
COLLECTIVE is the opening exhibition at the new Devonshire Collective DC1 Gallery on 67-69 Seaside Road, due to open in January 2017.
The exhibition is curated by Judith Alder and will include work by
A solo show comprising of drawings, prints and a new animation shown alongside artefacts and works of art selected by the artist from the collections of the University of Dundee.
Exhibition preview: Tuesday 10 January 2017, 5-7pm
Exhibition dates: 10
Ashman's work 'Maid of the Mist' has been selected by Yinka Shonibare, Kate Murdoch and Tony Heaton, for the Shape Open Exhibition to be held at the Ecology Pavilion, Mile End. ...more
The exhibition runs from the 19th January to the 2nd of February
James Moore & Zachary Eastwood-Bloom.
7th - 29th January 2016.
Curated by Samuel Capps.
At the base of the mountains lies Baudrillard's 'Desert of the Real' where the sun of a postmodern plurality beats down hard. If you can even survive the desert
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