Some arty bits and bobs to see and get involved with.. enjoy!
Get your art fair fill!
See our recommended art fairs for #London this Autumn and get inspired or even start your art collecting!
Do you live in SW4?
The guys from @OpenDoorsLondon who we blogged about last month (see here) are off on their second exhibition mission, this time in SW4. After being so successful in W12 they want to spread their mission to another lovely London borough.
Everyone can get involved not just those in SW4 the aim is for the show to have works that have been inspired by the area. Get touch with them via the blog or on their twitter page!
Lazarides The Minotaur 11th – 25th October
Head on down to The Old Vic Tunnels as Lazarides are taking over the unique space under Waterloo station. Countering the staid events of Frieze, the space will transform into an extension of Lazarides gallery. Drawing inspiration from the ancient Greek legend of The Minotaur, visitors will experience original installations by a range of artists.
White Cube Bermondsey
White Cube is the third space from Jay Joplin and opened last night (11 October). A packed crowd of art lovers, literally squeezed their way in. It’s a hop skip and a jump from London Bridge and features work from Damien Hirst and Kitty Kraus. Expect white walls with minimal but impacting artworks.
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No stuffy art galleries in site. I promise.
Over the past couple of months I have been following a new gallery project Open Doors London which is set to literally pop up all over London and most importantly it will be by the people of the capital. Think you know your own postcode, then Open Doors London may open it up to a whole new cultural melting pot on your doorstep.
Open Doors London network aims to launch exhibitions and activities using the cultural hustle and bustle of London’s boroughs as inspiration. They’re heading back to more traditional values of art, by exploring it in this postcode format which will be an expression of people, events and ideas that have maybe not been voiced before.
Behind the helm at Open Doors London are some lovely enthusiastic people, Tom and Katy who despite their day jobs are launching the first show ‘Exhibition W12’ on 24th September at a couple of locations, Galloway Road and Hemlock Road. Take a sneaky peek and click me to see some images of W12 by Tom.
Pop along to W12!
Their mission is to ‘encourage our artists to help us document the lives of the people living in a chosen borough. This could mean using any medium they wish, from film and photography through to the more traditional sculpture and painting‘.
Explore their site to see more artists work and also see they’re ever growing digital scrapbook of past and present images and memories of London. It’s a site that they’re adding to each week as this unique and refreshing project grows!
They’re always on the lookout for locations and artists from London Boroughs so get in touch with them below and see if they’ll be planning to come to a postcode near you!
firstname.lastname@example.org and follow their progress and twitterings @OpenDoorsLondon