Events for 25 Jan 2018
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This exhibition examines the work and legacy of influential Spanish couturier Cristóbal Balenciaga, with over 100 pieces crafted by ‘the master’ of couture, his protégées and contemporary fashion designers working in the same innovative tradition
This exhibition, including works by Spanish artist Roman Lokati, explores seven pivotal migration moments in Britain’s migration history. Some brought people together, others moved people apart; all had a profound effect on individuals who lived through them – and on the country as a whole.
A Tale on the Mile, the work of Spanish photographer based in Edinburgh David Guillén, is a harmony of original photography and text that explores the personalities and places on one of the most historically vibrant streets in Scotland: The Royal Mile.
Your Consequences Have Actions is Saelia Aparicio’s first major exhibition in a public gallery in the UK, bringing together newly commissioned works made especially for The Tetley with a selection of existing works.
Using video, photography, light and sound, Altered Landscapes encourages you to open up contemplation and discussion about the current situation in Europe, a place that has become filled with militarised border control.
Coinciding with the SCAN Project Room first anniversary, the artist Olga Diego will be executing an experiment in endurance and drawing. The action titled TRANSCRIPTION has been in preparation for the last 2 years and will involve the artist drawing continuously for as long as possible without a break. It might be a dream to which all artists aspire to or simply complete madness.
This exhibition gathers Vazquez’s both graphic and audiovisual work together. It presents how the artist adapted his comics and illustration books into animated films.
una 13 Galeria presents a collective exhibition of contemporary artist in the new art space in Leicester Square. The artists’ works range from painting to photography, embracing mixed techniques and collage. The exhibition will gather nine different artist, including Barbara Traver, Javier Arres and laPatryCruz, among ot
Little Soldier’s award winning and critically acclaimed take on Cervantes’ timeless novel is back in London for the last time.
This work, based on the original book written by Cervantes, narrates the wanderings of Don Quixote during his journey through medieval Spain. Accompanied by two women and a guitarist, the protagonist shares his adventures, pain and joys with the audience.
The Katharine of Aragon Festival commemorates 29th January 1536, when Henry VIII's first wife was buried at Peterborough Cathedral after her death in exile at Kimbolton Castle. She still lies here today and the occasion is marked by a programme of events on a Tudor theme.
Spanish artist Carlos Alba describes The observation of trifles (2013-2016) as how a foreigner finds his way in a new country and a new neighborhood. He becomes the immigrant, taking objects found on the streets and using them as a kind of visual archaeology. He focuses on the neighborhoods of Tower Hamlets and Hackney.