ART POINT in LONDON 24 - 29 September 2019
1-7PM(Last day 12-3PM)
presented by GALLERY ART POINT in Ginza Tokyo
This is the first overseas exhibition commemorating the 50th anniversary of the GALLERY ART POINT in Ginza, Tokyo.
Featuring paintings, 3D works and installations by 50 Japanese artists. Come and immerse yourself in the Tokyo art scene!
@ espacio gallery
159 Bethnal Green Road,LondonE2 7DG
Reception Party - Private view -
26 September from 7-9PM
ENTRANCE, Foods and Drinks FREE
100 piece of SUSHI and fruity flavor SAKE, Vegan foods are also available. Bring your appetite and enjoy Japanese food and SAKE, Please feel the Tokyo art scene!
Kou Shirai from Tokyo
In Japan, since ancient times the binding of ropes has symbolized a sacred act that pervades all natural processes. In shrines ropes were used to distinguish sacred places from other places. Binding is considered to have the power of connecting people or things, filling them with the feelings of the person who binds them. Kou Shirai expresses this power, his feelings and spirituality through his binding works.
At the event, Kou will perform the binding with a part of your body or your belongings. “I wish you to experience the Japanese binding art. Please bring your belogings that you wish to be bound.” - Kou Shirai
GALLERY ART POINT(Tokyo)
PopUp Painting invites you to sip and paint in London. Unleash your creativity – wine glass in one hand, paint brush in the other. No experience needed!
Your event at The Castle, Farrington, will be themed around our Gordon Bruce's rainy London scene. Add your favourite London landmarks into this picture!
Your experience will include:
All art supplies – including paint, brushes, canvas and apron
Guidance from a practicing artist - but feel free to go off-piste!
A themed playlist to immerse you in your experience
Drinks are available for purchase from the bar
Your canvas is yours to keep. Hang it with pride!
Join the event on Facebook and invite a friend.
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From walking into a local gallery to browsing the aisles of Frieze, the art world can be intimidating—but it doesn't have to be. Now, with the advent of the internet and online resources, starting an art collection is easier than ever. In celebration of the opening of Frieze in London (and with Frieze LA in its first year,) Second Home and global art marketplace Artsy present a discussion on how to start collecting art with a focus on the vibrant art capitals of London and Los Angeles. Choe Newcombe, Collector Relations Associate at Artsy will be facillitating the conversation alongside the following panelists:
Marcelle Joseph, independent curator and collector and founder of Marcelle Joseph Projects.Natasha Arselan, founder of AucArtJaime Manné, Director of Kayne Griffin Corcoran Gallery (LA)
The conversation will delve into the vast array of digital tools and resources available, raise important considerations and questions for new buyers, and provide a window into the London and Los Angeles art scenes.
Whether you’re attending the event or browsing online, begin your collecting journey with [this featured selection of available works](https://www.artsy.net/collection/second-home?m-id=ca19), curated by Artsy Specialists exclusively for Second Home.
The Other Art Fair London: Victoria House
The Other Art Fair is the UK's leading artist fair presented by Saatchi Art, showcasing the work of the very best in emerging art to art lovers of all experiences.
On 3 - 6 October 2019 the fair will host its 18th London edition at Victoria House, Southampton Row, presenting 120 talented emerging artists alongside a unique and immersive features programme.
Private View, Thursday 3 October: 5pm - 10pm - limited tickets available
Friday 4 October: 1pm - 10pm (Friday LATE 6pm - 10pm)Saturday 5 October: 11am - 7pmSunday 6 October: 11am - 6pm
All advanced ticket pricing inclusive of booking fees.
London WC1B 5HR
How can I contact the organiser with any questions?
Please email Anouka Pedley at [email protected]
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
We accept both printed tickets and those displayed on mobile phones.
Is my ticket transferrable?
Yes. If you are unable to attend yourself, or you would like to purchase tickets as a gift, you are most welcome to give your ticket to someone else. If you are unable to attend on your ticket date you are welcome to use your ticket on any of the other public opening days: Friday 4 October - Sunday 6 October. Only Private View ticket holders will be permitted entrance to the Private View evening on Thursday 3 October.
Can I buy tickets on the door?
Private View tickets are not available on the door. Extra tickets for Friday - Sunday can be purchased at the door for £14 / £12 concessions.
Who qualifies for concession ticket pricing?
Seniors (60 and over) and full time students with a valid NUS card.
Can children attend?
Children under 16 years do not need an entrance ticket but must be accompanied by an adult.
Where do I find more information about Victoria House?
You will find further information about how to get to the fair and opening times on our website at theotherartfair.com.
I have accessibility requirements, what should I do?
Visitors with accessibility requirements are asked to head to the Fair’s main entrances on Southampton Row. From here they will be escorted by welcome staff to the accessible entrance.
Carers will also qualify for a complimentary ticket.
If you have any questions before your visit and to book your carer ticket, please contact Anouka Pedley at [email protected]
Join us on exploring Shoreditch - incredibly rich in creativity when it comes to murals, stencils, wheat pastes, colours and styles.
During the walk, starting at Liverpool Street - we will head in the direction of Shoreditch, seeing an array of Fashion, dining and art. We will explore Brick Lane, Truman Brewery and Spitalsfields Market.
Expect to get great pictures of:
Incredible murals in Brick Lane
The hustle and bustle of street stalls around Truman's Brewery
Hipster chic in Spitalsfields Market
Essential items to bring with you on your walk:
Camera - Compact Camera, Mirrorless Camera or Digital SLR
Lenses: if you are bringing an interchangeable lens camera a wide-angle lens, standard zoom and telephoto lens would all be useful, however if you only have one lens don't worry!
Bottle of water
A few suggestions:
Don't weigh yourself down with lots of gear: one or two cameras is fine, and try to bring a maximum of 3 or 4 lenses. We also recommend that you don't bring a tripod along on the walk.
Be Aware: cameras are valuable items so please keep your gear close to you and be aware of your surroundings.
Waterproof Clothing: these Photo Walks are in London, meaning regardless of the month you could be prone to a rain storm at any time! Bringing a waterproof coat or umbrella will help protect you from the elements.
If the weather conditions are wet then your walk leader may change the route to allow shots from sheltered locations.
Please note: You will receive an email from the course Tutor a day or two before the event with full meeting point instructions. Some of our courses require a minimum number of participants to enable us to operate them. If the minimum number of bookings required for a course has not been received, we are entitled to cancel it. We will notify you of cancellation for this reason no later than 7 days before your course is due to take place.
Tuesday 1 October, 6pm.
Part of the Sexual Cultures Research Group series of public events in the School of English and DramaQueen Mary University of London
The event is FREE to attend but booking is essential. All welcome.
The lecture takes place in ArtsOne Lecture Theatre, which is located in the ArtsOne Building in the Mile End Campus of Queen Mary University of London. The lecture will be followed by a wine reception with the artist.
Kindly supported by Wellcome Collection and Queen Mary. In association with the launch of Being Human, a new permanent exhibition of art about trust, identity and health at Wellcome Collection, London.
CASSILS is a visual artist working in live performance, film, sound, sculpture and photography.Listed by the Huffington Post as “one of ten transgender artists who are changing the landscape of contemporary art,” Cassils has achieved international recognition for a rigorous engagement with the body as a form of social sculpture. Drawing on conceptualism, feminism, body art, and gay male aesthetics, Cassils forges a series of powerfully trained bodies for different performative purposes. It is with sweat, blood and sinew that Cassils constructs a visual critique around ideologies and histories. http://cassils.net/
Caption: Cassils, Becoming an Image, London, 2013. Photo by Manuel Vason.
The Happiness Program is an immersive 3-day journey into powerful breathing and mind mastery techniques.
At the core of the program is the Sudarshan Kriya™, the #1 science-backed breathing technique that will deeply harmonize your whole system by cleansing daily accumulated stress and negativity and unlock your inner freedom and joy.
In this free 90-minute introductory workshop to the Art of Living Happiness Program, you’ll discover:
✔ How breathing and meditation techniques can radically change your life
✔ The powerful ‘Bellows Breath’ that will boost your energy. A technique you can take home and practice daily.
✔ The peace & calm of a unique guided meditation
✔ The tendencies of your mind and how to overcome them
This workshop is taught in 156 countries worldwide and in 283 cities across the US - Here’s what people often experience:
“A space to slow down, rest, and get centered”
“Recharged my energy in minutes”
“Excellent tools to deal with tough times”
“Tuned in to my true self and purpose in life”
Discover the Power of Art of Living's Breathing Techniques
Over 70 independent studies conducted on four continents and published in peer review journals, have demonstrated a comprehensive range of benefits from practicing Sudarshan Kriya™ and related breathing exercises taught on the Art of Living Happiness Program.
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Please Note: To allow the best meditation environment for all, we kindly ask to avoid bringing chi ldren younger than 13 years to the event.
How can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Amol Sarnaik - [email protected] | 07469163969
Mountainfilm on Tour visits London at the Royal Geographical Society London. Join us for an evening of inspiring and captivating films handpicked from the Mountainfilm festival in Telluride, Colorado.
Founded in 1979, Mountainfilm is one of America’s longest-running film festivals. The annual festival is held every Memorial Day weekend in Telluride. Mountainfilm is a dynamic nonprofit organization and festival that celebrates stories of indomitable spirit and aims to inspire audiences through film, art and ideas.
Mountainfilm on Tour in London will feature a collection of culturally rich, adventure-packed and engaging documentary short films that align with Mountainfilm’s mission to use the power of film, art and ideas to inspire audiences to create a better world. A Mountainfilm presenter, Ben Ayers, will as usual guide the audience through the program providing insight on the films, filmmakers and subjects. Ben Ayers is executive director of dZi Foundation and a National Geographic filmmaker in his own right.
Film selection: Life of Pie, The Mystery of Now, Dawa, The Movement, Jagrlama, All In: Alaska Heli Skiing, Sweetheart Dancers, March of the Newts, Ice and Palms, Danny Daycare. Click HERE for further information.
Exhibition Road Doors open for the event at 6.00 pm and the show will kick off at 7.00 pm. The RGS’s historic Map Room will be the place to head to the cash bar before the screenings and during the interval. There you can meet friends, buy a drink and purchase raffle tickets – great prizes! The event will close at 10.00 pm.
The event is a fund-raiser for dZi Foundation dzi.org and Community Action Nepal canepal.org.uk
For further information or to purchase tickets direct contact: Denise Prior by email [email protected] or call 07986 372558.