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Olga Karlovac Escape

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  Olga Karlovac Escape 20 - 31 July 2021 Willesden Gallery  95 High Road  London NW1 2SF Monday - Friday 10:30am - 8pm | Saturday 10:30am - 5pm | Sunday 12-5pm Having launched her current series of photo books at Willesden Gallery in 2018, Olga Karlovac returns to London to present  escape , a solo exhibition accompanying her latest edition by the same name.   The artist takes us on a visual journey through the streets of her Croatian hometown. Rather than documenting famous sights or recognisable characters, Olga Karlovac uses her camera to create lasting impressions of fleeting moments and emotions.   By blurring the lines between reality and poetic interpretation, and working exclusively in black and white, Karlovac’s photography takes on a dreamlike quality. Her abstracted images invite the viewer to linger, lose track of time as she leads us down winding streets, recognising the familiar within the barely there. in the blink of an eye in the moment between day and night, somewhere

Alexandra Harley shortlisted for the Ashurst Prize

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  I am thrilled to announce that I have been shortlisted for the highly prestigious  Ashurst Prize   with my sculpture Adaxka  The other finalists can be seen  here  https://www.artprize.co.uk/shortlist-2021.html   - what a  cracking show this will be! The exhibition is open from 16th  June 2021 to October 29th 2021 at Ashurst's Emerging Artist  Gallery, in London -: London Fruit & Wool Exchange, Duval  Square, London E1 6PW, UK   The exhibition is open to visitors every day between 10am- 8pm  and I do hope that you are able to visit, Covid permitting.  Please email    info@artprize.co.uk  to arrange the visit. Many  thanks to the chairman Conrad Carvalho and his team, and to  you too for all your support. 

Bettina Reiber “Paintings from Epping Forest”

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Golden Light through Hornbeams Oil on canvas on board,  Bettina Reiber “Paintings from Epping Forest” Solo Exhibition at The London Dermatology Centre To view the exhibition, please ring The London Dermatology Centre on 020 7467 3720 and arrange a suitable time. The exhibition is open until Friday, 3rd September 2021. Venue: The London Dermatology Centre, 69 Wimpole Street, London W1G 8AS. Contact me with your questions and comments per email at  info@bettinareiber.com . You can see more of my work at  www.bettinareiber.com  and  www.freieratem.com .

Teresa Wells MRSS June Newsletter New Work - exhibitions and events

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  Proud to announce that I am featured in a fabulous new exhibition entitled  Introspection  at The View Art Gallery Bristol where 'The Wish and Loss' will be available until end of June Click here for more info   https://issuu.com/ viewartgallery/docs/ introspection?fr= sMTgyMzE0NjU3NzM Visit The View Art Gallery What’s Happening 'Loss'  June 2021 Exhibition  Introspection  The View Art Gallery, Bristol The Wish until  20th June Exhibtion  Introspection  at The View Art Gallery, Bristol. Desire and Denial (1,2,3) 1st April - 1st October at Cotswold Sculpture Park Leap of Faith  1st April - 20th June Cotswold Sculpture Park Viktoriya 1st April - October Cotswold Sculpture Park The stolen veil (4)1st April - October Cotswold sculpture Park I Spirit 1st April - 1st October GalerieTON - Ruchpen, The Netherlands Weight of the World 1st April - 30th September Devon Sculpture Park Narcissus (5)19th June - 5th September Sculpture at Beaulieu, Surrey   Loss (2) 20th June - 1st

STEVE LOBB

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Alexandra Harley update

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  I hope this finds you well and thriving. Here in London at last, we have a chance to see real, proper sculpture and paintings in galleries and it is a joy to be face to face with work in an exhibition- I am definitely going to make up for lost time.  Meanwhile, I have news of a couple of exhibitions I am involved with. The new  Abcrit Gallery   has opened in Bermondsey, SE1 and 'Yclept' is on show alongside some fabulous artists. 'Songsmith/Slide by Robin Greenwood, the artist and curator, is on the wall here.   And Harry Hay 'Freeloader' and Steven Walker's 'Untitled1' are in the image here.  'Undertow' is on at the  Open Art Exchange  in Schiedam, Rotterdam, in the Netherlands. I am delighted (and amazed!) that I managed wend my way through the Brexit paperwork to send 3 sculptures, including Arossa below. Sadly, travel restrictions prevent me seeing what looks like a wonderful exhibition; many thanks to curator Joke Bakker.         

Barbara Hepworth: Art & Life, Eileen Agar Retrospective, ACS artists at Victoria Miro and more!

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  © Craigie Aitchison,  Small Yellow Bird, 2001,  oil on canvas.                                                                      19 Mar 2021 Barbara Hepworth: Art & Life Barbara Hepworth at work on the plaster for  Single Form , January 1962, at the Morris Singer foundry Photograph by Morgan-Wells. © Bowness, Hepworth Estate To celebrate the Hepworth Wakefield’s ten year anniversary, the gallery is hosting the largest exhibition of  ACS  member Barbara Hepworth’s work since the artist’s death in 1975. Barbara Hepworth: Art & Life  will bring together a selection of Hepworth’s most celebrated sculptures including the modern abstract carving that launched her career in the early twentieth century, her iconic strung sculptures of the 1940s and 1950s, and large-scale bronze and carved sculptures from the latter stages of her career. 21 May - 27 Feb 2022 Find out more on  The  Hepworth Wakefield website . The Sky was Blue the Sea was Blue and the Boy was Blue   at Victoria Miro