Events for 23 Oct 2018
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As part of the exhibition FASHIONED FROM NATURE opening at the Victoria and Albert Museum, Carlos Jimenez presents a new film commission, A STORY FROM LIVING WITH LESS.
Each year, the international LOEWE Craf Prize aims to highlight the work of avant garde creators whose talent, artistic vision and innovation showcase new paths for the future of craft. Created with the help of LOEWE’s Creative director, this prize is now opening its 2019 entry.
Ribera: Art of Violence will be the first UK show of work by the Spanish Baroque artist and printmaker, Jusepe de Ribera (1591-1652), bringing together his most sensational, shocking and masterfully composed work.
Instituto Cervantes Manchester, in collaboration with the Basque Children Association in the UK, presents a monographic exhibition: Basque children. English exile.
The Freud Museum in London presents an exhibition exploring the connection between Sigmund Freud, and Salvador Dali.
Inspired by Filipino Modern Masters Fernando Amorsolo and Vicente Manansala, expedition artist Maria Murga challenged the conventions of life and art by travelling to remote areas of rural Philippines as a plein air documenter of the world around her.
Barbican Art Gallery’s pioneering autumn exhibition Modern Couples: Art, Intimacy and the Avant-garde showcases the creative output of over 40 artist couples active in the first half of the 20th century. Drawing on loans from private and public collections worldwide, this major interdisciplinary show features the work of painters, sculptors, photographers, architects, designers, writers, musicians […]
The Scotish Documentary Institute and Bertha Dochouse are happy to bring a special screening of the documentary Donkeyote, the tale of a a man defying the odds alongside one of his bist friends, a donkey called Gorrión. An adventure film like you’ve never seen, this extraordinary observational documentary follows 73-year-old Manolo, who lives a simple […]
The 10th edition of Liverpool Biennial, Beautiful world, where are you? invites artists and audiences to reflect on a world in turmoil. The title derives from a line in a poem, Die Götter Griechenlands, written by the German poet Friedrich Schiller in 1788 and set to...read more
OCSA Plans for the weekend
Lorca’s Blood Wedding in London until 23 Sep | Omnibus Theatre | London A reimagined modern day adaptation of celebrated Spanish dramatist Federico Garcia Lorca’s Blood Wedding will be staged for three weeks at Omnibus Theatre. 'Common Senses’: Santa&Cole at the...read more