29 April to 10 June 2005
Presenting work developed from her project Wo-manifestation, an
exploration of her roots, Anissa-Jane investigates personal and
collective experiences of cultural displacement and their effects.
24 June – 29 July
The Urban Vision - Metropolis exhibition gives talented budding graphic designers, photographers and illustrators an opportunity to exhibit their innovative work and celebrates the integration of the urban lifestyle to the UK culture.
291 gallery - June 2005
New York’s Hilton Hotel
An exquisite vintage contact print of Walker Evans’ classic
next Thursday through Sunday
2005 EXHIBITION SCHEDULE
This Is A Test James Ireland
Saturday 21st May – Saturday 9th July 2005
Angel Row Gallery is pleased to announce an exhibition of new
work by James Ireland. Ireland has received international acclaim
for his work, which uses mass produced objects and found images
to conjure up sublime illusions of idyllic landscapes.
Apples & Snakes - MAIN HOUSE,BAC, LAVENDER HILLSeconds Out Slam - North VS South
Manchester’s seconds out slam comes down to London to take on our best slam poets. The rules are simple, 180 seconds on the mic and then it’s up to you who stays and who goes.
Exhibition dates: 15 May – 19 June 2005
No Glory Gallery - The Aquarium
PRIVATE VIEW: SATURDAY 4TH JUNE
an exhibition of 365 paintings by Jamie Reid with photographs by Maria Hugues and Jamie Reid
8th June - 12th June
Light, Climate & Space
7 May – 16th July
Anastasia Lewis, formerly a costume designer and now
an exhibiting artist live, with her husband, the actor Jim Broadbent.
30 April 2005 – 19 June 2005
30 April 2005 – 19 June 2005
2 July - 4 September 2005
2 July - 4 September 2005
Eighteen artists use textile media, photography, video and digital technology to interpret textiles in traditional and innovative ways.
17 September - 20 November 2005
Paintings focusing on the idea of botanic gardens, refering to new genetic models of plant classification.
SOCIETY DATES 2005
Artvaults 2005 Beneath the City of Southampton/ Contemporary Art
9th July to 9th October 2005
After the successful launch of artvaults in 2004, in which five previously inaccessible medieval sites were opened as exhibition spaces for contemporary visual art, artvaults is back for 2005!
Association of Illustrators
Events May/June 2005
Listings May – November 2005
Bath Fringe Festival
27th May - 12th June
Time for all the creative folk of Bath, Bristol and the surrounding areas to turn out for Bath’s biggest annual visual arts event…
Young refugees show digital stories at Celebrating Sanctuary
Eight digital stories, made by young refugees from around the world as part of PhotoVoice’s Moving Lives project, will be showing at this year’s Celebrating Sanctuary festival, which launches Refugee Week, on June 19th from 2pm to 7pm. Moving Lives is a photography and digital-storytelling project run by award-winning photographic charity PhotoVoice. It helps newly arrived refugees settle in the UK, and to build positive multi cultural relationships.
13th June to 18th June
This exhibition brings together three artists whose work encompasses
drawing, painting and sculpture. Unique to this show is site-specific
sculpture, and a film of the artists working in the studio with
a male dancer.
Marion Coutts, Sophie Lascelles, Paulette Phillips, Sarah Woodfine
The artists in this exhibition use elements taken from theatre and circus as a device to challenge and trick the viewer. Artifice, as concept or medium, is the underlying thread in this group of works that takes us into a darker world of suspense and magic.
A photographic work Joanna Callaghan
16 June – 3 July 2005
EMPTY explores notions of the feminine self. Boundaries of inner and outer space reduce, expand and contract. Within this movement, some thing is glimpsed. A woman? A soul?
LESTERS PAINTING ROOMS
SUNDAY 5th - SATURDAY 11th June 2005
open 12 - 6 pm daily
Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere
May 27th - July 3rd
a Group Exhibition featuring Matt Leines, Brian Degraw, Brett Wilson, Wes Lang, Brian Belott, Anna Norlander, French, Joseph Hart
Hackney Empire’s Exhibition Space
Carefully selected artists, based in Hackney and the east end, exhibit fresh new work in conjunction with Hackney Empire’s Spice Festival. Painting, sculpture, drawing, screen-prints, photography, performance, video,and computer generated images from twenty five artists collate in a show that guarantees an engaged audience.
University of Essex Gallery
More than meets the eye
six MA Gallery Studies students
1st-25th June 2005
13th June – 2nd July 2005
In celebration of HRH The Queen’s birthday the eyestorm
britart gallery presents works from Jamie Reid, the man that put
a safety pin through Her Majesty’s lower lip.
Izima Kaoru - Koike Eiko wears Gianni Versace
28 April – 25 June 2005
In making these works he invites models and actresses to reveal
to him their fantasy of a perfect death, a fantasy which he then
brings to realisation.
Katsunobu Yaguchi a.k.a. Mr Corking.
04 of June – 02 of July
One of “Corking Project”’ is about conserving the natural cork and cork forest. He protests against the plastic cork, which is taking over the natural ones because of the cost of production that leads to disturbing chain of lives in cork forest .
Fashion & Textile Museum
FASHION AND CONTROVERSY
June 8, 15, 29 & July 13
The Fashion & Textile Museum is proud to continue its much-anticipated series of Wednesday evening talks. Sponsored by Newham College, this particular series will explore and debate four controversial topics whilst attempting to answer the question ‘what is the cost of fashion?’
The Foundation for Women’s Art
Monday 6th June
The site-specific work was made over five days in May 2005 in Visoko, an area that lies 20kms. north west of the capitol, Sarajevo. During this time the artist worked with local leather traders, craftsmen and former workers of KTK Visoko, to produce a leather structure encasing a traditional Bosnian-style house.
PHIL JONES THE COP
MAY 28th - 19th June
The Horse Hospital
BJARNE MELGAARD JASMIN LA NUIT
May 4th - June 25th
ART FAIR 2005
From 21st - 24th October 2005
150 of the world's leading galleries, and over 2000 artists ,
all brought together in a specially commissioned venue in Regent's
13 May until 11 June
Featuring ROB AND NICK CARTER - JULIE COCKBURN - WILLIAM CRUICKSHANK
LIS FIELDS - SUMIKO SEK
29 April - 19 June 2005
The artist’s practice comprises a mixture of two and three
dimensional works that, through her interactions with everyday
objects, playfully scrutinise the parallel languages of sculpture
10 June – 30 August
Aramesh's highly theatrical photographs are concerned with themes of perception and image, particularly their relation to issues of cultural constructs through globalisation and the media.
Same Old Shoe
25 May - 2 July
School of Art
This year’s Degree Show at The Glasgow School of Art looks
more intriguing than ever before with a unique blend of bold and
beautiful works of art.
18th June until 25th June
May 11th – June 17th 2005
Semi figurative abstract sculpture is a term that loosely describes
Haunch of Venison Listings Information for May – December
June 2nd - July 23rd
The new works, entitled The Pink Empire and Confusion in the Vault
Room are hand-made installations by Jackson, a West Coast artist
renowned for his visceral, colourful and frequently explosive
approach to painting and installation.
I Can’t help You
April 30th – June 12th
2 June - 9 July 2005
Gordon Cheung, Peter Lamb, Justin Mortimer, Alicia Paz
Square Bar & Kitchen
Die for love
now - 20th June 2005
CAFÉ LUMIÈRE (released June 10th ) and PUNISHMENT PARK (released July 8th)
Sunday 26th June
At Spiel, four guests will chew the fat over contemporary cultural events with Jewish content, surrounded by sneak live previews of new albums, plays, performance and books by visiting authors, bands, actors and contemporary dancers.
ICA LISTINGS : Friday 10 June - Thursday 16 June
ICA LISTINGS : Friday 17 June - Thursday 23 June
a mixed exhibition of SCULPTURAL CERAMICS
20th July - 25th August
5 June - 30 June 05
JayOne’s soft, dreamy, colourful designs are reminiscent
of camouflage patterns filtered through a graffiti style, allowing
design and slogan to cohabit and create a strong social and political
May 5 - June 30, 2005
Art & Language
11th May to the 2nd July
The Mall Galleries
IMAGES 29 The Best of Contemporary British Illustration
20 30 July 2005
The show includes 200 (touring 70) award winning works from the established and new talents of British illustration. Images 29 provides an ideal overview of the wealth and variety of work being produced in the UK today from traditional line drawings to the newest digital techniques.
27 April – 22 June 2005
Brain Aided Design™ SoYo™: The Designers Republic
28 th May – 21 st August 2005
a retrospective of work by the internationally renowned The Designers Republic, comes home to Sheffield.
Aesthetics of Violence
May 21st – June 25th
nextstep gallery, inside the Dolphin Hotel
electronic sketchbook two
Thursday May 5th 2005 from 7.00pm > 9.00pm
exhibition continues until July 22nd
National Museum of Photography, Film & Television, Bradford
10 June - 18 September
... a multi-media touring exhibition that offers a unique glimpse into the glitz and glamour behind exclusive catwalk shows, where the worlds of art and fashion meet.
History Museum Listings
May - November 2005
and at the bfi London IMAX Cinema
July 20th-24th 2005
Natural History Museum
8 July 2005 – 26 February
Many of the world’s most beautiful and spectacular diamonds star in this celebration of the most seductive of all gemstones.
In partnership with The Royal British Society of Sculptors
Sculpture and works on paper
until 4 September
Face to Face: Photography by James Mollison
James Mollison’s extraordinary images of apes will be exhibited for the first time in Face to Face.
until 18 September
GLORY GALLERY- THE AQUARIUM
MARIA HUGHES and JAMIE REID
4TH JUNE - 2ND JULY 2005
8pm - 11
6 May – 10 June 2005
Enter the world of Vedovamazzei – the pseudonym used by
the maverick artist duo who have taken the Italian art world by
The Diminishing Present
29 April - 18 June 2005
The Diminishing Present explores uncertainty, flux and transition
within the urban landscape.
TERRY DUFFY Gallery
28th May – 12th June
Magnus Bjerk explores “overwhelming” landscapes, exploring the tension between the person and their surroundings, between movement and static, the desire to challenge gravity, to achieve 'lightness' and a longing to fly.
April / May / June 2005 Exhibition Listings
Talks & Events for April - June 2005
Gallery & House
Neil Conroy and Lesley Sanderson
here we are
22nd April – 19th June
11May - 25 June 2005
Academy of Arts
Art by Kelly Moore
Royal Academy of Arts
RA SCHOOLS SHOW RA SCHOOLS STUDIOS
15 - 26 June 2005
The RA Schools Show sees the transformation of the RA Schools studios into contemporary gallery spaces, showcasing some of the finest work being produced by young artists today.
SUMMER EXHIBITION MAIN GALLERIES
7 June – 15 August 2005
The Royal Academy's annual exhibition brings together a wide range of new work by living artists.
Royal Botanic Gardens
Gardens of Glass: Chihuly at Kew
28 May 2005 – 15 January 2006
The Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew is hosting a major visual arts
exhibition set to challenge the traditional perception of Kew
and rival the established arts spaces in terms of scale and innovation.
Jane and Louise Wilson
THE KNOT GARDEN
10th May – 21st July
An innovative new video installation by renowned visual artists
Jane and Louise Wilson is to form the
setting for the Royal Opera House’s first co-production
with Music Theatre Wales, in a groundbreaking new
collaboration between opera and the visual arts.
THE TRIUMPH OF PAINTING
January 26 th – July 3 rd
First of a three part exhibition by some of the worlds most influential paintersMartin Kippenberger, Peter Doig, Marlene Dumas & Luc Tuymans.
11th May - 2nd July 2005
Myerscough Fine Art
1st - 18th June 2005
You are never left in any doubt when you first glance at a Pockley
painting that it represents the emotional position of the artist...
D O L O R E
May 12th to June 9th
12 London based artists are dealing with their personal experience
of pain whether individual, social, psychological, purely physical
Sartorial Contemporary Art
June 17th – July14 th
The show has a particular emphasis on young up-and-coming mostly British artists.
27th June - 23rd July
Ericsson Proud Central
James Dean - The Iconic Images of Phil Stern
29th April - 24th June
To celebrate the 50th anniversary since the tragic death of legendary
icon James Dean, Sony Ericsson Proud Central are thrilled to announce
a unique exhibition of rare and unseen images of the rebel hero,
by photojournalist Phil Stern - the leading photographer of the
Hollywood golden era.
South London Gallery EXHIBITIONS AND LIVE ART
NOVEMBER 2004 – JUNE 2005
+ Describing Form
14 May – 8 July 2005
Forthcoming Exhibitions—June-December 2005
Spectrum Fine Art
7 th June to 8 th July
Dennis Morris’s exhibition takes its inspiration from his recent trip in Spring 2004 to Australia, in which he visited the Aboriginal Mowanjum community, situated in the West Kimberleyregion.
SPRÜTH MAGERS LEE
11 · MAY - 18 · JUNE
Stitched Up: Paper and Politics runs
20th April - 15 June 2005
presenting a series of two and threedimensional pieces by British
artist Susan Stockwell all relating to
maps and cartography.
JUNE 2 - JULY 30
5 May – 19 June 2005
Entitled New Hang, the work consists of thirteen small
paintings made in egg tempera on paper. Each painting depicts
a different view of an imaginary exhibition in the very space
in which Grassie’s paintings are exhibited, the Art Now
There is Always an Alternative possibilities for art in the early nineties
29th May -10th July
18 th June to 3 rd July
Terrace is an artist-run gallery and studio in a former factory behind Kingsland Road. The space was central in the formation of our group of artists, working in a diverse range of practices. Our intention is to create both the possibility and space for the development and exchange of creative practices and ideas.
Girl in the Mirror" by Ingvild L. Holm
OF THE OUTSIDE
NEW ART AND THE CITY OF BRISTOL
21 May – 3 July 2005
Nathan Coley, Phil Collins, Kathleen Herbert, Susan Hiller, Silke
Otto-Knapp, João Penalva
Early summer will see an ambitious series of new artworks presented
in unusual locations around Bristol’s historic centre...
Painting and Collage
31st May – 25th June
In these works, a single sea or sky is made and, more importantly, felt in several registers at the same time. It is sensed in a sudden outburst of badly mixed blue paint, a triangular play of photographed light on water and in the hand-made intimacy of a wavy biro line.
10 April - 30 June
Autumn 2004 - 2007
BETWEEN PAST AND FUTURE
NEW PHOTOGRAPHY AND VIDEO FROM CHINA
15 September 2005 - 8 January 2006
Featuring 80 works by 40 artists, the exhibition reflects the energy of younger Chinese artists. The works, by both rising stars and established artists, are often monumental in scale and experimental in nature.The exhibition has four thematic sections: History and Memory; Re-imagining the Body; People and Place; Performing the Self.
FASHION IN MOTION
Wednesday 13 July
Internationally celebrated Italian fashion designer Gianfranco Ferré will show, for the first time in the UK, highlights from his extensive archive and 2005/6 Autumn / Winter collection in a series of catwalk shows at the V&A.
20th May to 21st June 2005
paintings, prints and photographs by Beverley Daniels, Bob Matthews, Eamon O'Kane, Daniel Rapley, Sarah Sparkes, Jo Syz
AND CRAFTS MOVEMENT
UK WIDE TRAIL LAUNCHED
17 March to 24 July 2005
Museums, galleries and historic houses with arts and
crafts movement collections and connections have joined together
in a UK wide trail to celebrate the work of William Morris, his
followers and the many other craftsmen and women inspired by the
19th century movement.
ARTS AND CRAFTS AT THE V&A
March to 24 July
The V&A's major spring exhibition, International Arts and
Crafts, will be the most comprehensive ever UK exhibition on the
movement and the first to look at it from a truly international
Arts Bath Fringe Festival
Friday 27th May – Sunday 12th June
Bath Fringe Visual Arts presents the city’s largest annual
programme of contemporary art, combining innovative work by today’s
up-and-coming progressive artists, with a community-based slant.
Every Saturday & Sunday
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Listings : April to July
Whitechapel Art Gallery
Back to Black – Art, Cinema and the Racial Imaginary
7 June – 4 September
When I think about sex…
27th May - 25th June 2005
Suky Best and Rory Hamilton
6 May – 19 June 2005
Artists Suky Best and Rory Hamilton have been collaborating on
works exploring cowboy films. They have made a series of animated
films and printed works based on generic scenes within these narratives.
May – 11th June
Whats on in '05
Zimmer Stewart Gallery
8th July to 14th August
we will present the work of four painters and five ceramists. The mix of work on show continues our aim of developing applied arts alongside fine art.
In June we are very pleased to present three artists, one painter
and two ceramicists.
AN ECLECTIC ELECTRIC SHAKEDOWN OF POST-PUNK
FUNK, ELECTRO GO-GO, DUB DISCO AND ITALO-BOOGIE.
Every Sunday @ Woodys
West London’s original, and still best, electro-disco party!
ECLECTIC ELECTRIC SHAKEDOWN OF ITALO-DISCO, ELECTRO BOOGIE, SPACED-OUT
PUNK-FUNK AND FORGOTTEN PARTY CLASSICS...
Every Sunday @ Woody's, 41-43 Woodfield Road, London W9
Gallery Chaos, Belgrade
'Hope And Glory'
14th June 2005 to 16th July
'Hope And Glory' is an exhibition about the proximity of one's desire and hope against the backdrop of contemporary concern exploring issues of identity, ethics, frustration, fear and vanity.
Cork silversmiths and goldsmiths.
April 16 – June 4 2005
Foundation, Wien, Austria
11 May through 28 August, 2005
Istituto dei Ciechi in Via Vivaio in Milan
JET SET LADY
Urs Fischer has built through his sculptures and installations
an infinite anthology of mutations which modify the surface and
structures of everyday objects.
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Egg Space Gallery
All Media Production Shop Extra Ordinaire
Maxalot is a platform for exploring the artistic value of graphic
and The Royal College of Art
: Pages of Madness
An on-line exhibition of insidious beauty, sensuality, and contemplation
Creation National Tour Award by "Dazed & Confused"
The search for the UK’s best young
creatives is on again…
Whiteread’s Room 101 on show in the Cast Courts at the V&A
by Louise Birchall
Polke – History of Everything
Review by Vishwa Shroff
Prize 2003 Review
by Vishwa Shroff
Radical international art movement for new figurative painting
with ideas.Anti the pretensions of conceptual art. Anti-anti-art.
The first Remodernist art group.
cutting-edge artists receive a boost
MAU DESIGNS NEW V&A MAGAZINE
The magazine will include interviews
with celebrated artists, designers and architects plus new pieces
by acclaimed authors.
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