Events for 28 Jun 2017 › Visual Arts
Spanish artist Pablo Genovés’ project Tides is on display in St Paul's Cathedral until 30 August as part of the international collaboration Just Water
The brand dedicated to Visual arts is focused on the artistic and socio-cultural movement La Movida of post - Franco Spain. The exhibition, curated by Sarah Perks, is going to show some of the representative aspects that characterised this period. Excess, clubbing, drugs, artistic freedom, gay rights, pornography …, will be at the core of an exhibition that represents the early 80s in Madrid.
Picasso: Minotaurs and Matadors, curated by Sir John Richardson examines the intersection of Picasso's bullfighting imagery with his mythological and biographical compositions of the 1930s.
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
Marco Godoy participates in the group show We have the weights, we have the measures, considering the relationship between the seemingly genteel pursuits of culture and learning and claims to geography
In Rosana Antolí’s upcoming solo exhibition ‘My East Ballad: The One, The Teeth and the Circle’ at The RYDER, the artist will present a site-specific installation and performance that will immerse the audience in the everyday activities and movements of the gallery’s neighborhood, Bethnal Green.
A Tale on the Mile, the work of photographer 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.
Through the use of video, photography, light and sound, Altered Landscapes aims to engage the viewer in a journey. For this exhibition delGado travelled to Greece, Macedonia and Calais to film, photograph and record the journeys taken by refugees.
Wounded is Juan Miguel Palacios’ first solo London exhibition. Using a woman's face as a base, the artist investigates the variety of hidden emotions beneath a happy face, to the fatigue and pain that is produced by day-to-day experiences, identifying these life experiences as 'wounds'
Unit 1 Gallery | Workshop presents Black Trunk of the Pharaoh, an exhibition of paintings by Jose Carlos Naranjo (b.1983, Cádiz) and Alan Sastre (b.1977, Barcelona), curated by Mathew Gibson.