Exhibitions

"Tintinnabulation" at the Free Space Project, Kentish Town – 15 May-16 June 2017

Artist in residence Victoria Coster explores the experience of tinnitus through a variety of mediums: moving image, sound, objects, etching, screen prints and drawing, all arrived at through an explorative and experimental process, rooted in the framework of a sculpture practice.

15 May-16 June (Mon – Fri, 9am – 6.30pm)

Private view: 15 May, 6.30pm — 9.30pm.

Free Space Gallery, Kentish Town Health Centre, 2 Bartholomew Road, London, NW5 2BX

Postcards from Prison, Koestler Trust – 17 May 2017

17 May 2017 19.30–22.30
The Tabernacle, Notting Hill Gate, 35 Powis Square, off Portobello Road, London, W11 2AY

Tickets include a piece of original postcard art by an artist inside or outside of prison and an evening at the Tabernacle with talks, performances, food and drink. (Tickets limited to 150).

Cost: £100. Or for £50, buy a piece of original postcard art by an artist inside or outside of prison (Tickets limited to 50).

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My Mother's Daughter exhibition, London – until 5 May 2017

Mon–Fri, 9am–6.30pm
An exhibition of photographic works at the Free Space Project by three artists examining the loss and legacy of their mothers.

"In each of the works the artists have found a unique method of retaining the bond between mother and daughter, in an exploration of grief, motherhood, genetic inheritance and their continuing role as daughters."

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The Koestler Exhibition for the West Midlands, Birmingham – until 26 March 2017

Curated by young people from Walsall Youth Justice Service, Beyond the Door is an exhibition of artwork, writing and music from prisons, secure hospitals, and by people on community sentences in the West Midlands.

13 Jan – 26 Mar 2017
mac Birmingham

Core Artists explore the British Museum – exhibition until 31 March 2017

A group of ceramicists from Core Arts has been exploring the British Museum collection for a year, through visits to the Ceramics departments, study room, various temporary and permanent exhibitions and special curator talks.

Drawing Insight, Pallant House, Chichester - until 26 March 2017

2-26 March 2017

The Studio, Pallant House Gallery, 9 North Pallant, Chichester, PO19 1TJ

This exhibition is the result of the Insight Partnership 2017, a collaboration between Outside In and University of Chichester that brings together an Outside In artist and two recent graduates of the MA Fine Art programme at the University of Chichester.

New international artists’ movement launched to combat populist right

Over 200 leading arts professionals have pledged to take part in exhibitions and art projects around the world to address the rise of right-wing populism through a new international movement, Hands Off Our Revolution. In a statement of support, Anish Kapoor said “Our art affirms our humanity and we insist on inclusion of all and for all”.

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'Light Therapy' at Free Space Gallery, Kentish Town – 14 February-3 March 2017

Eight artists explore light and art as therapeutic practice, through painting, drawing, sculpture and printing.

Using light as the basis for their artworks each artist was asked to create work around the theme of health and well-being, drawing upon inspiration ranging from the sun and its healing properties to the translucence of resin in sculpture.

Private view: 17 February 2017, 18:30-21:30

Drawing the Line, University College Hospital - 2 February-22 March 2017

UCLH Arts & Heritage presents an exhibition of new artwork from nine council members of the Society of Graphic Fine Art. Founded in 1919, the Society promotes fine drawing skills in both traditional and contemporary media.

Private View (all welcome): 6.00pm—7.30pm Thursday 2 February 2017

Exhibition dates: 2 February —22 March 2017

The Street Gallery, University College Hospital, 235 Euston Road, London NW1 2BU

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Transplant and Life, Qvist Gallery, Hunterian Museum – until 20 May 2017

A third collaborative project by artists Tim Wainwright and John Wynne, working closely with patients and staff at the Royal Free and Harefield Hospitals to reveal the intimate experiences of people who have had or are about to undergo an organ transplant.

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