Happy To Be Here sees Two Queens invite current members and past exhibiting artists to make work about TwoQueens – it’s building, personality, and their experiences within it.
Attenborough Arts Centre, Lancaster Road, Leicester, LE1 7HA
Launch 6th Jan – 6-8pm
Exhibition open 7 – 12 January 2017
Opening Times Monday – Saturday, 10am – 5pm, Sunday, 12 noon – 4pm
Artists: Gino Attwood, Mateus Domingos, Colette Griffin, Jack Halford, Tom Harding, Alice Hicken, Andrea Jaeger, Daniel Sean Kelly, Khush Kali, Tim Neath, Nick O’reardon, James Parkinson, Emma Price, James Poyser, Sam Francis Read, Luke Routledge, Leon Sadler, Mita Solanky, Jack Squires, Robert Wilson, Callum Whitley, Tom Van Herrewege
For the duration of the show, the organisation will operate from within AAC’s gallery spaces as an institution in residence, hosting some of the regular activities that take place within the building as public events.
'Sleep Walks' has been awarded 1st Prize in the visual arts category.
Exhibition open Sat 19th 7pm-10pm and Sun 20th 10am-3pm @ Roz Barr Architects Gallery.
More info is available at http://www.elbow-room.org/the-elbow-room-prize-2016/
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The 'Elbow Room Prize Anthology 2016' is available here.
3-27 November 2016
Charlie Warde | Mita Solanky | Olivia Crane | Robin Tarbet | Simon Leahy-Clark
Curated by Fausto Sanmartino and Claire Damary
LUBOMIROV / ANGUS-HUGHES is a charitable organisation dedicated to contemporary curation. We see curators as localised experts in a global and increasingly complex contemporary art world. By engaging with all forms and levels of curation, we aim to present to the public a wider picture of art today. We also invite curatorial projects by artists, art critics, collectors, gallerists and other members of the art world, who both wield influence in the shaping of new art and have a uniquely valuable perspective on current and future state.
Every month the Lubomirov Angus-Hughes gallery office is curated by the team, drawing from their collection of editions and small works by artists who have previously exhibited in the gallery, or will be in our current or future programme. This evolving space engages with the history of the gallery through curation in a more traditional sense, showcasing our growing community of artists.
The second group show brought about through the continued conversations of a diverse group of artists that started out based in London. They each have made work independently to bring to the HIVE gallery space and co-curated the show through dialogues raised by the juxtaposition of complementary and contradictory pieces. The show explores the connections each artist has with others in the group, and how their work responds to the context presented by the variety of works in the space.
Participating Artists incude: Belle Benham-Moore / Carla Ferrari / Cred Roy / Christopher Bardo / Dion Fenton / Eleanor Demsky / Filmon Belay / Kirsty Kemp / Mary Law / Mita Solanky / Inma Berrocal/ Natasha Hole / Sean Orr / Richard Armstrong-Wood / Rosemary May
OPENING EVENT : Saturday 23rd July 6pm till late ... ALL WELCOME
Exhibition runs from Saturday 23rd July - Saturday 30th July
Weekday opening times from 2pm-7pm
The HIVE, 260-264 Kingsland Road, London, E8 4DG
The Hive is an independent social space facilitated by not-for-profit company, ReSpace Projects, that enables the temporary use of empty buildings for social good. The building itself is a four-storey ex-office block that was broken and empty for nearly eight years.
15 european artists respond to Manfred Max Neef's ecological economic concepts of fundamental human needs;
Anna Brazier, Anna Kedziora, Mark Coulbrook, Carolin Weinert, Colin Shaw, David John Beesley, Joanna Bond, Jodi Nicholson, Mike Williamson, Mita Solanky, Raksha Patel, Sam Vicary, with additional works by Simon Whitehead, Debbie Rees and Julian McKenny.
The exhibition will run from Sunday 5th June until Sunday 26th June 2016
The opening is from 2pm on Sunday 5th June, all welcome.
Performances and events will be set around the straw bale house and surrounding permaculture market garden.
Vegetable Agenda is an artist/grower led initiative in Pembrokeshire, Wales.
They are working towards making the land a resource for artists, encouraging engagement with aspects of sustainable living and food production, including collaborative projects and events, residencies and involvement in land-based activities.