We are pleased to announce that Amber-Jane Raab has 2 pieces of artwork going into The Exhibit Here’s Unleashed Exhibition at the Menier Gallery in Southwalk which runs from Tuesday 22nd March to Saturday 2nd April. ‘All Aboard’ featured above and a second piece of Big Ben.
Exhibit Here is an Online Art Gallery and Curator of Pop-Up Exhibitions across London, founded by Fine Artist Leila Bibizadeh in 2013. The exhibitions not only create a platform for artists to showcase their work, but they are also great networking events for meeting like-minded creative’s. Exhibit Here’s UNLEASHED Exhibition will feature more than 100 wild and innovative artworks that push the boundaries of raw talent, it will also be their third exhibition at the Menier Gallery. Join us at the Private View on Tuesday 22nd March 2016 from 6pm – 8.30pm.
Spring is in the air, the days are getting longer and sun is getting brighter in the sky, it is still frosty but you can definitely feel the change in the weather. Festival tickets are going on release and London is gearing up for a great summer. Early bird tickets have gone on sale for the Secret Garden Festival which always has a great line up. If you are looking to book something in advance which is a bit off the wall have a look at Secret Gardens Mass water fight. This event will be held I a secret location somewhere in London. The theme will be ‘The Gardener’s Guide to the Galaxy’ so as well as spending the day getting soaked you get to do it intergalactic style. Everyone will be split into two teams who will battle it out. There will also be prizes for the best outfits.
In the art world this week The Underdog in London Bridge has a fabulous exhibition of Contemporary Artists called MIX 3 which runs until 3rd April. If you have not managed to make it to either of the two previous MIX group shows you have been seriously missing out. It is quickly becoming a one of the “must see “group art exhibitions on the London Art scene, showcasing an International line up of artists including Mason Storm, Banksy, Shepard Fairey, Harper Deyong, Arturo Garcia De Las Heras and many more.
Living in London you also live amongst the Amazing London Art Scene, which crosses over with fashion, and so so many other creative and inspiring things. This last week has been a busy week for London as we have just played host to London Fashion week in Soho which came to a close last weekend. You might have noticed that Londoners have been putting their best fashion foot forward and getting into the swing of Spring with lots of new and inspiring colours and styles with shoes to die for.
In-line with fashion week The National Portrait Gallery is holding an exhibition to commemorate Vogue being 100 years old with an exhibition called ‘Vogue 100: A Century of Style’. The exhibition cleverly captures a 100 years of our style and history whilst also celebrating one of the first glossy magazines on fashion.
This exhibition is made up of photos taken by various photographers who over the years have captured the images of models, politicians, designers, actresses and even royalty have graced the pages of Vogue. They also have a library of bound copies so you can have a look through to view a century of Vogue in its physical self.
Elsewhere in London we have recently had the opening of the Leonardo da Vinci’s drawings exhibition The Mechanics of Genius at the science museum Where you get to see another side of Da Vinci’s talent.
Leonardo da Vinci is best known for his paintings including The Last Supper and the Mona Lisa., but what you may not know is that he was a very keen draftsman and inventor, inspired by the great mathematicians and engineers of his time.
The exhibition is brought to life in large-scale 3D models, and through various types of multimedia installations and interactive games.
The Royal Academy has recently opened a beautiful exhibition made up of 120 works called ‘Painting the Modern Garden: Monet to Matisse. Within this exhibition you get to discover the paintings of some of the most important Impressionist, Post-Impressionist and Avant-Garde artists of the early twentieth century as they explore this theme.