Ashbourne College exhibit students art in evening of creativity

Ashbourne College exhibit students art in evening of creativity

The Creative Arts event, hosted by Ashbourne College exhibited pupils work on the 26th March, displaying everything from fashion and textiles to  graphics and fine art. The students, who have been working on these projects for the whole year, proudly showed off their hard work to over 150 guests. Those...

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Plus One Gallery celebrate 50 years of Realism with exhibition in Brazil

Plus One Gallery celebrate 50 years of Realism with exhibition in Brazil

The aim of ’50 Years of Realism – From Photorealism to Virtual Reality’ is to present to the Brazilian audience a rich exhibition of a few contemporary hyperrealist artists working today, some of whom are showing their work in Brazil for the first time. The exhibition includes works by some...

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FLUX EXHIBITION –  NATIONAL ARMY MUSEUM CHELSEA

FLUX EXHIBITION –  NATIONAL ARMY MUSEUM CHELSEA

Discover the big names of tomorrow at FLUX Exhibition 14th – 17th March 2019 Private View: March 14th 18.30 – 21.30 FLUX Exhibition is London’s leading exhibition to discover the most talented, dynamic painters, sculptors and performance artists.  FLUX has established itself as the platform for contemporary artists to be...

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University of Arts: Wimbledon College of Art

University of Arts: Wimbledon College of Art

A magnificent kaleidoscope of Artworks in various media, by final year students, formed the ‘Summer Show’ at Wimbledon College this year. Dignitaries were full of praise, prize winners beamed, their friends cheered them wildly and music played loudly as proud parents surveyed the scene with bewilderment! Exhibits were displayed from...

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Model and artist’s muse Laurence Sessou launches Tribal Art London

Model and artist’s muse Laurence Sessou launches Tribal Art London

Model and artist’s muse Laurence Sessou launches Tribal Art London, which opens today at Mall Galleries, 6-9 September 2017. Tribal tattoos were worn to show affiliation, status or strengths. Special Tribal Tattoo Day Sat 9 Sep. Free entry every day. http://tribalartlondon.com

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Tribal Art London – VIDEO

Tribal Art London – VIDEO

  On Wednesday 6th September, Mall Galleries, opens the 10th annual show of Tribal Art London. Exhibitors will be offering a variety of tribal art from across the globe, from traditional sculpture, clothing and tattooing. This is the only tribal art fair of its kind in the UK. The show...

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Don Grant discusses the RA Summer Exhibition – VIDEO

Don Grant discusses the RA Summer Exhibition – VIDEO

  KCW Today Arts and Culture Editor Don Grant takes a tour of the Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition. To read Don’s article on the Exhibition click here. Until 28 August 2017, Admission £15.50. For more information: royalacademy.org.uk

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Promising London artist Khadija Saye work is displayed at Tate Britain

Promising London artist Khadija Saye work is displayed at Tate Britain

The work of the promising London artist Khadija Saye, who died in the Grenfell Tower fire on 14 June is being displayed in her memory and all those who lost their lives at the Tate Britain. The 24-year-old artist had just produced her first major body of work and had...

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Interview with Landscape Artist Natalia Avdeeva

Interview with Landscape Artist Natalia Avdeeva

Natalia Avdeeva is a familiar face on the streets on Kensington and Chelsea often with a brush in hand. A striking looking Russian artist she spends most of her time outside, painting and drawing Chelsea’s streets, parks, bridges, river and iconic cityscapes. This summer over 150 of her latest works...

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Alberto Giacometti

Alberto Giacometti

KCW Today Senior Arts Correspondent reviews the Alberto Giacometti exhibition at the Tate Modern. In the same way that it is said owners begin to resemble their dogs, Giacometti must be one of the few artists that resemble their work. With chiselled angularity, mad hair and hooded eyes, he is...

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