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Tuesday, 31 March 2015

Opposite Fields



Invite: Opposite Fields Exhibition at BAR
We are pleased to announce the Opposite Fields exhibition which will take place 1-12 April 2015 at BAR Gallery. The exhibition will present work from analogue and digital artists experimenting with film, video, sound, photography and interactive art forms. Moving image, code and sonic art
1 April - 12 April 2015
Private View: Thursday 2nd April 6pm-9pm
Please check the Opposite Fields Website for programme information.
Brent Artists Resource · BAR Gallery · Unit 4-5, Queens Parade, Willesden Lane · London, London NW2 5HT · United Kingdom 

















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Friday, 20 March 2015

FPS UNFIXED @ THE ESPACIO

       
          
PRESS RELEASE 

          FPS UNFIXED @ 

          THE ESPACIO


                    24th – 29th March 
Preview 26th March 7-9pm

                   Espacio Gallery | 159 Bethnal Green Road |
                   London E2 7DG | United Kingdom |
                   www.espaciogallery.com

                

ABOUT THE EXHIBITION

The Free Painters and Sculptors have uprooted themselves from the Menier Gallery in London Bridge for an impromptu exhibition at the Espacio Gallery. This exhibition will feature a small selection of FPS members as well as a few new faces, including Marco Alessi, Rachael Bailey,
Camilla Bliss, Joanna Ciechanowska, Annabel Cullen, Zoe Landau Konson, Maria Kaleta, David Lee, Sam Meredith, Peter Murry, Roy Osborne, Maria Pierides, Bruni Schling and Wojciech Sobczynski.


ABOUT THE FREE PAINTERS AND SCULPTORS

FPS is an artist lead organisation based at the Menier Gallery that supports and promotes artists to develop their work on their own terms. The group builds long-term relationships with artists and promotes the dialogue and exchange of ideas within the visual arts through annual exhibitions and events.

Established in 1952, FPS was originally associated with the ICA (Institute of Contemporary Arts). Founding members featured many high profile and influential artists, including Roy Rasmussen, Lyall Watson and Maurice Jadot.

FPS played a significant part in the establishment of abstract art in the 1950's and 60's and was the first of a number of post war movements that freed artists from the orthodoxy of rigid and purely technical judgements.  This ethos continues today and we welcome applications from talented artists at all stages of their career.






CONTACT
Lead Curator Sally Buchanan
FPS Exhibitions Manager Gabriel Parfitt
info@freepaintersandsculptors.co.uk

www.freepaintersandsculptors.co.uk

Sunday, 15 March 2015

unfixed


Saturday, 14 March 2015

ST Patrick's Celebration: An exhibition of local Irish artists

ST Patrick's Celebration: An exhibition of local Irish artists

Showcasing the work of Bernard Canavan, Charles Gaston, Frank Reilly, Luke Canavan & Patrick Thornton

BAR Gallery

Thursday 5th March 2015 - Saturday 21st March 2015
Tues-Friday 12pm-6pm, Saturday 2pm-6pm
For the St Patrick's Day celebrations, BAR will be hosting an exhibition of five unique local artists each reflecting in their work and in separate ways the impact of the Irish diaspora. The exhibition will launch on Thursday 5th March 6pm-9pm with an evening of live music and entertainment.
The artists exhibiting include Bernard Canavan whose work is well known, particularly his 'emigrant’ pictures from renowned shows in the West End and Ireland. Charles Gaston is well known for his depiction of traditional Irish landscapes, and his work in this show is a haunting Irish cottage set in the hills. Frank Reilly is also a well-known figure in Cricklewood both as musician and songwriter, but this is the first show of his paintings, which are of memories of the County Cavan world of horses and farms, where in his youth he was a farrier. Luke Canavan is a portrait painter, and the show will include his recent commissioned portrait of the poet, Eddie Linden. The most unusual work is that of Patrick Thornton, who only took up painting in his sixties and has produced a large body of work, as much a tribute to his industry as to his artistry. All exhibited artwork is for sale.
The exhibition is supported by the Brent Ward Working Fund.