Average people drink average beers. Who wants average? Life's too short.
Indie Ales is about helping people drink the best beer available to them. This means a huge range of ludicrously tasty beers, crafted by independent breweries with the kind of love, care and attention usually reserved for a small puppy at Christmas.
We believe that more people would drink these beers, if only they knew just how amazingly tasty they were. So we care deeply about helping people to discover superior ales, supporting the little guys who dare to be different and sharing our passion for great beer with the world. Enthusiasm is infectious and beer is delicious.... that's a pretty good combination in our eyes. Our events are a direct reflection of our mission.
Simply put, Indie Ales's tutored beer tasting experiences champion independent, hand crafted and incredibly scrumptious beer. We won't stick to yawn inducing pre-scripted notes, so you can forget about the PowerPoint slides. You may even learn a thing or two to show off to your mates next time it’s your round. And did we mention there was beer involved? You get a load of that too.
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PLAY PACKAGE - EQUIPMENT ONLY £50.00 FOR 3 HOURS (includes set up) Bouncy castle of choice, tent tunnel, giant parachute, bubble machines and floor piano.
DELUXE PLAY PACKAGE - EQUIPTMENT ONLY £90.00 FOR 3 HOURS (includes set up) bouncy castle of choice, giant soft building blocks, roller ball pit, tent tunnel, giant parachute, bubble machines and floor piano.
TO INCLUDE SENSORY TOYS (SEE BELOW) TO ANY PACKAGE £15.00
CASTLE ONLY BETWEEN £25.00 - £40.00 PER HOUR
ROCKY THE BALLOON GUY - £30.00 FIRST HOUR - £20.00 FOR ALL CONSECUTIVE HOURS.
READY MADE BALLOON ANIMALS AS PART OF A PACKAGE 50P PER BALLOON "CREATION" DELIVERED (NO ROCKY!)
CRAFT TABLE CAN BE INCLUDED TO ANY PACKAGE £10.00
PARTY BAGS £1.50 EACH
SENSORY PARTY EQUIPMENT FROM 6 MONTHS TO 18 MONTHS £30.00 FOR 2 HOURS
Light toys, black out tent to experience the lights, musical toys, extra special parachutes, puppets, tactile activities for you to have a special party for our much younger customers! We can email a program for more information.
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LimitlessEvents Incorporated in 2010, we have built up an unrivalled reputation as one of London’s leading event services company. Since we started, we have worked with some of the biggest names in the business and have worked on some of London’s most high-profile events.
At LimitlessEvents, we live and breathe events and know what it takes to make them come together seamlessly. We are experts at delivering the right people with the right skills and attitude to make your event the best it can be. We value the needs and desires of our clients. We are committed to ensuring that everything runs smoothly on the day itself. We strive to create the perfect party celebration whilst remaining in background, making sure you, the clients, feel you are getting a valued and professional service at all times.
Your child's birthday is just around the corner! They can't wait for the day! You are dreading the organisation involved in pulling it all together!
Why not remove all of the stress, sit back and enjoy?
"Mini Me's Parties" specialise in children's entertainment and party planning....
Our tailor-made packages include everything to make your party a hit - decorations, party bags, prizes, glitter tattoos and so much more. They also come complete with an energetic, fun-loving entertainer.
Or, why not organise your own party details, then take a spectator's seat on the day and enjoy watching the fun, games and happy children.
Each "Mini Me's Parties" package will be created with your child in mind. Who is your child's favourite t.v. character, sports hero, pop star or super hero? Our bespoke events will ensure their desired theme runs throughout every aspect of the party, from games, to prizes, right down to the decorations.
The basic package includes: Entertainer, games, balloon animals, face painting and glitter tattoos. There are variations available, depending upon how much or how little you want to participate in the planning. The choice is yours. Happy birthday should mean happy parents, as well as happy kids. At the end of the day we will ensure your that fun, relaxed mum or dad - not the harassed stressed out one.
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Kiba is a Solution Provider for broadcasters, publishers, brands and advertisers who decide to engage and monetize their audience on multiple screen.
Kiba reflect the personality of each device enabling further alignment between the marketing message and the consumer’s expectations.
By working with Kiba, marketers can ensure that all of the touch points through which consumers experience their brands or content are meaningful and relevant.
We currently organise stand up comedy at two Mayfair venues - The Audley & Lansdowne Club. Soon, however, Mayfair Live Events will run everything from circus shows to tennis tournaments.
We also plan to branch out of the illustrious area of Mayfair. After all, the Covent Garden Soup Company doesn't just sell soup in Covent Garden now, does it?
This page will also include hilarious blog posts composed by a carefully selected group of professional writers, and videos of jokes and anecdotes told by the brilliant comedians at our gigs. Stay tuned - it might be a laugh.
London's BIGGEST daily nightlife event, visiting the biggest bars in the West-End, ending at world famous super clubs featuring top DJs & performers.
From the weird and extravagant to the outrageous and wild, the 1 Big Night Out pub crawl brings you a side of London that you wouldn't be able to find on your own! Our crawl, run by a group of expert pub crawl guides all pros in partying, visits a selection of 5 venues every night, from cool quirky bars to world famous nightclubs, so there is something for everyone, with free shots in each bar and happy hour drink prices all night. We sell tickets every night from Zoo Too between 7.30 - 9.30pm and we run 365 days a year so you don’t have to wait for the weekend to party, and you don’t have to spend a fortune either!
There is no better way to meet fellow backpackers, students or Londoners than on the 1 Big Night Out pub crawl. Name a nationality and we have had them on our world famous crawl at some point since we began back in 2009! That is what makes us London’s biggest pub crawl!
Potion thrives on an excellent reputation for surpassing expectation in terms of both quality of product and service.
We are ambitious both for ourselves and our clients, and are unequivocally passionate about what we do.
ticketea.co.uk is not just about buying and selling tickets, but growing events and creating unforgettable experiences that you can share through social networks. We create a link between the event organiser and the attendee. This is what we call #socialticketing
Kiss is a UK radio station which is broadcasting on FM and National DAB, specialising in pop, hip hop, R&B, urban and electronic dance music. It also broadcasts on DAB Digital Radio around the UK & nationally on Freeview, Sky and Virgin Media. Owned by Hamburg based Bauer Media Group, Kiss forms part of Bauer's National portfolio of radio brands. Kiss spin-off brands include Kisstory and Kiss Fresh.HistoryKiss FM began in October 1985 as a pirate radio station, broadcasting first to South London then across the whole city, on 94FM. The station had gained a large audience by the time it was awarded a legitimate licence in 1990. ″The team which transformed KISS 94 FM to KISS 100FM included Lyn Champion, a BBC Radio 1 producer and UK Dance promo producer, who in the early 1980s had started a weekly column in London's City Limits magazine listing pirate radio shows from the mighty JFM, Invicta and K-Jazz. Lyn was brought in to help write the original proposal in 1989 and was Head of Talks responsible for all spoken word output on the new KISS 100 FM. The British Broadcasting Act of 1990 (the start of Thatcher's de-regulation programme) abolished the ″IBA″ which had enshrined community and spoken word programming within the licence, so KISS 100 FM missed the opportunity to initiate the 20 year wave of documentary series and cultural broadcasting about R&B based music, jazz, reggae, blues, electro and rap which was intended within original legally approved brief ″″. This material had never been broadcast in the UK on radio or TV and this was a key reason the station received an IBA license. A missed opportunity indeed as it became the standard fare of every major broadcaster through the 1990s and noughties. Lyn Champion was the first to leave as a result, followed by such icons as Norman Jay. Lyn lectures extensively about media de-regulation and content.
Roxx is a late night pop-up bar & club concept, re-creating the revelry & debauchery usually only found behind closed doors backstage. Voted by GQ as their favourite pop up, Roxx is Renowned for their wild parties, spontaneous entertainment and electrifying atmosphere. Roxx meshes the best of top level service, delicious drinks and refined yet raw décor, all delivered with a Rock'n'Roll spirit & attitude.
The current leg of the Roxx Tour is at:
4 Winsley Street
(Closest Tube Oxford Circus)
Open every Friday & Saturday from 9pm
Enquiries & Reservations please call 07738 195 996 / [email protected]
In a room, designed to challenge your mind, creativity and logic, you need to work together with your team mates to get out in time. Using and combining the objects that can be found inside the room it takes the skills and thinking of the whole group to find the way out.
Specialists in works by Andy Warhol, Bambi, Banksy, Damien Hirst, Keith Haring, Robert Indiana and Roy Lichtenstein.
With a huge inventory of works available to view at our 2 storey gallery space in the heart of London it's well worth a visit - we have everything listed on our website and more!
Located in the heart of Fitzrovia, London, Gallery DIFFERENT presents contemporary painting, sculpture, drawing, print, photography and mixed media from BRITISH and INTERNATIONAL ARTISTS. DIFFERENT is committed to showing INTERNATIONAL CONTEMPORARY ART including work from both established and emerging artists.
As well as presenting a dynamic schedule of exhibitions and events in the spacious Percy Street Gallery, DIFFERENT collaborates with other galleries worldwide to promote and curate exhibitions for its artists.
The Gallery acts as a venue for interesting events and exhibitions.
Contemporary Ceramics Centre is a retail gallery showcasing the best of British studio ceramics. Situated opposite the British Museum, the gallery has an annual exhibition program featuring national and international artists.
With a regularly changing display, it is always possible to see and buy a wide range of work from functional tableware to individual collector's pieces.
Founded in June 2011 by Ian Rosenfeld and Dario Porcini, rosenfeld porcini gallery occupies a prime location in the heart of the dynamic gallery district of London’s Fitzrovia. With 3,000 square feet of gallery space, rosenfeld porcini has a strong international outlook committed to showing contemporary artists from around the world, and draws upon the distinct yet complimentary backgrounds and expertise of the gallery’s two directors with an innovative exhibitions programme.
Rose Issa is a curator, writer and producer who has championed visual art and film from the Middle East for more than 30 years. She has lived in London since the 1980s showcasing upcoming and established artists, producing exhibitions with public and private institutions worldwide, and running a publishing programme.
Through curating numerous exhibitions and film festivals, she introduced Western audiences to many artists who have since become stars of the international scene, including: Chant Avedissian, Ayman Baalbaki, Shadi Ghadirian, Monir Farmanfarmaian, Bahman Ghobadi, Hassan Hajjaj, Farhad Moshiri, Abbas Kiarostami, Rashid Koraichi and Nja Mahdaoui among many more.
As well as holding exhibitions at her own project space in London, Rose Issa collaborates as a co-curator with private and public institutions such as the Beirut Exhibition Center (2010-11); the Bluecoat Arts Centre, Liverpool (2010); Tate Britain, London (2008); the European Parliament, Brussels (2008); the State Museum of Oriental Art, Moscow (2007); the Hermitage Museum, St Petersburg (2007); ING Bank, Geneva (2007); the Victoria & Albert Museum, London (2006); the Haus der Kulturen der Welt (HKW), Berlin (2004); The CCCB (Contemporary Cultural Centre), Barcelona (2003); the IFA - Institut fur Auslandsbezeihungen (2002-3), Stuttgart; the Tropenmuseum, Amsterdam (1996-1997); the Barbican Art Centre, London (2001, 1995); and Leighton House Museum, London (ongoing, since 1992). She also advises and lends works to public and private institutions, including the CAB Art Centre, Brussels (2013); the Boghossian Foundation, Brussels (2012); the Queensland Art Museum, Brisbane, Australia (2009); Paul Klee Museum, Bern (2009); Belvedere Museum, Vienna (2009); The British Museum; the Imperial War Museum; The Museum of Mankind; the Victoria & Albert Museum; The Written Art Foundation, Wiesbaden; The National Museums of Scotland; the Los Angeles County Museum of Art; The Smithsonian Institution (Sackler/Freer Gallery and National Museum of African Arts); the World Bank, Washington DC; and The National Gallery of Jordan. Rose Issa was a Jury member for the National Pavillions at the 50th Venice Biennale (2003) and sat on the Jury for the Arab British Centre (2013) and MOPCAP (the Magic of Persia, 2013).
Founder of the publishing unit Rose Issa Projects and Beyond Art Production, Rose publishes monographs and comprehensive catalogues addressing the current concerns and trends of the visual arts scene from the Arab world, Iran and Turkey. Recent titles include: Maliheh Afnan: Familiar Faces (2013); Nermine Hammam: Cairo Year One (2012); Raeda Saadeh: Reframing Palestine (2012), Farhad Ahrarnia: Canary in a Coal Mine (2011), Ayman Baalbaki: Beirut Again and Again (2011), Selma Gurbuz: Shadow of My Self (2011), Omid Salehi: a Photographer’s Journey Through Iran (2011), Fathi Hassan (2010); Parastou Forouhar: Art, Life and Death in Iran (2010) and Maliheh Afnan: Traces, Faces, Places (2009). Rose has also co-published the two major overviews on contemporary photography from the Middle East: Arab Photography Now (with Kehrer Verlag, 2011) and Iranian Photography Now (with Hatjie Kantz, 2008).
Film from the Arab World and Iran
In 1982 Rose Issa launched the first-ever Arab Film Festival in Paris and worked with the Delegations Etrangères at the Cannes Film Festival (1983-1985). For a further 26 years until 2008, she curated Arab and Iranian film seasons in Britain and abroad. She was special advisor to The Berlinale (2003-2007); the International Rotterdam Film Festival (1996-2002); the London International Film Festival (1987-2003); and The British Film Institute (1988-1995). She also curated Arab and Iranian film seasons at The National Film Theatre (“Hollywood on the Nile”, 2003; “Art and Life: The New Iranian Cinema”, 1999; “First Arab Film Festival”, 1987); the Barbican (“Unveiled Lives: Women and Iranian Cinema”, 2001; “Melodramas, Comedies, and Mysteries: North African Film”, 1995). In addition she curated a season of Iranian films for Britain’s Channel 4 (2005) and collaborated with them on “Cinema Iran”, a series of documentaries on Iranian cinema. She also realised the documentary, “Moving Pictures: Tunisian Women Film Directors”, for BBC2 TV (1995).
Our exhibitions change regularly.We show mainly British contemporary art work by a wide range of artists, including prints, paintings and sculpture.
Our Business Art Service provides art for businesses, a full corporate service and a hire scheme is available.
Store Street Gallery is situated in fashionable Bloomsbury in a beautiful tree lined street within easy reach of the British Museum. The gallery represents and promotes both established and emerging contemporary artists from the United Kingdom, Europe and further afield. The work on display covers a broad range from figurative to abstract in both painting and sculpture. Store Street Gallery is always looking for more new and exciting talent to exhibit and welcomes submissions from artists.
Established in 1994 in the thriving area of London's Fitzrovia, The Coningsby Gallery has become renowned for its dedication to outstanding contemporary fine art, illustration and graphic art. Collaborating with both emerging and internationally established artists, the gallery showcases a diverse range of fine, bold and innovative applied arts across the board. Unique about The Coningsby Gallery is that it coincides with Début Art, one of the world’s leading agencies for visual communications artists. This provides the opportunity to promote and exhibit a selection of the world's finest artists, such as Alex Trochut, Gabriel Moreno, Dave White, Jon Burgerman and Alan Kitching, both artistically and commercially.
Based in London (Fitzrovia), Richard Saltoun Gallery specialises in post-war and contemporary art. The gallery has a special interest in conceptual, feminist and performance artists that emerged during the 1970s and seeks to re-establish and promote artists working in that period.
Since its foundation in 2008, Richard Saltoun has organised both solo and group exhibitions and has participated in art fairs in the U.K. and internationally. In conjunction with Ridinghouse, Richard Saltoun has also published a number of monographs on British artists.
Richard Saltoun represents the estate of artists Helen Chadwick, Ed Herring, Bob Law, Tony Morgan and Jo Spence.
Running a programme of changing visiting exhibitions from Africa, Asia and the Middle East combined with the permanent rotating selection from SOAS's own collections on display in the Foyle Special Collections Gallery and with a Japanese influenced Roof Garden, The Brunei Gallery, SOAS makes a stimulating haven in the heart of London.
The National Print Gallery is located in the modest drawing room of a house in Fitzrovia. It is a concept, not a marble edifice. In April, 1997 art dealer and organiser of The Contemporary Print Show, Clive Jennings, realised that very few original artists prints could be seen in the national or provincial art institutions, and organised a Symposium entitled “Towards a National Print Gallery” at the Barbican Arts Centre. Sadly, fourteen years on, the situation has not changed enormously, and prints are still largely marginalised and misunderstood by the art establishment,
Great artists have always considered prints an important part of their oeuvre. From Durer to Goya to Picasso to the Chapman Brothers, but it is still very rare to see prints on display in the Tate or The National Gallery. The National Print Gallery deals on the secondary market in contemporary prints and also publishes new editions. It has all the facilities that a visitor might expect in a major public space, but in a vastly reduced size. These include an Exhibition Space, Permanent Collection, Project Space, Library, Archive, Friends Room (the sofa), Internet Centre (the macbook) and of course a Cafe, Cloakroom, Gift Shop, Information Desk, and an Audio Guide (a vintage walkman). The National Print Gallery is a moveable feast and has organised exhibitions at several London Venues.
The National Print Gallery is proud to be associated with the forthcoming exhibition by Darren Coffield, Masters of Reality, at:
Pertwee Anderson & Gold, 15 Bateman Street, London W1D 3AQ.
April 12 - 30, 2013. Open Mon - Fri: 11-6; Sat: 12-5
In their exploration of the themes of celebrity, identity, the function of representation and how we perceive each other, these works subvert the viewer's instinctive faculties for reading human features to create some of the most stimulating and provocative portraits of recent years. Initially the eyes and the brain struggle to interpret the information that is presented in reconfigured format, prompting a personal reassessment of one of the most basic and instinctive human reflexes: the ability to read another human face.
Coffield explains: "There is now an excessive exposure to faces in the media. We see in the media faces that have been idealised, manipulated and touched up. When viewed, the face creates in the mind a kind of Orwellian doublethink. We know that we are viewing a manipulated 'untruth' and yet we hold the image to be true, a notion of beauty to obtain or aspire to. The face has a strong social, cultural and historical role. An inverted face is not only difficult to recognise but repositions our sensitivity to the spatial relationships between human features. Here, facial features become strange constellations of communication, whilst new facial recognition patterns emerge."
These works are not a simple, formulaic inversion of the features, but a sensitive reinterpretation of the physiognomy. Like any intelligent portrait they have a dynamic aesthetic, individually tailored to reflect the personality of the subject. Even in their reordered state, the features retain the character of the sitter - muddled features, that hang down like a bizarre veil. Some are famous and iconic celebrities, who are instantly recognisable by their pose, and the viewer is lulled into a false sense of security by the shape of the head or a familiar hairstyle; others are obscure actors staring out from forgotten publicity stills. It is impossible not to become enmeshed in the process of identifying the subject.
In the 175 years or so since the invention of photography, the function of the painted portrait has evolved from its purpose as accurate documentary representation to a more fluid, interpretive role. Technology has progressed but it is facial recognition, the way in which our features are arranged, that still forms the basis of digital and security systems. We intuitively identify faces from birth, expressing ourselves and monitoring others by the slightest change of expression. We interpret any two random circles with a line underneath as a face, the ubiquitous "smiley" for example. It is these primeval conventions that Coffield questions and reinterprets to great effect.
Critic David Sylvester, known for his championing of his close friends Alberto Giacometti, Francis Bacon and Lucien Freud, and described in his Guardian obituary as "one of the finest writers on art in the second half of the twentieth century," described Coffield as "Another of those magicians who (probably without knowing) know how to imbue pieces of matter with light".
In the early nineties Coffield worked closely with Joshua Compston on the formation of Factual Nonsense, a gallery in Shoreditch that became the centre of the emerging Young British Artists scene. The list of participants reads like a Who's Who of young British art, including: Matt Collishaw, Tracey Emin, Angus Fairhurst, Gilbert & George, Damien Hirst, Gary Hume, Sarah Lucas, Gavin Turk, Jessica Voorsanger, Gillian Wearing, Sue Webster and Tim Noble. A new book by Coffield about this exciting period in British Art, "Factual Nonsense: The Art and Death of Joshua Compston" is to published in the UK in 2012.
Darren Coffield was born in London in 1969 and studied at Goldsmiths College, Camberwell School of Art and the Slade School of Art in London. He has exhibited widely in the company of many leading artists including Damien Hirst, Howard Hodgkin, Patrick Caulfield and Gilbert and George at venues ranging from the Courtauld Institute, Somerset House to Voloshin Museum, Crimea. Coffield was the only artist to be shortlisted for these three major UK Art competitions in 2010: The John Moores Contemporary Painting Prize; The BP Portrait Award at The National Portrait Gallery and The Threadneedle Prize. His work can be found in collections around the world. Coffield lives and works in London.
"The Stately Aquariums of England"
1 - 13 December, 2011
The National Print Gallery is proud to present The Stately Aquariums o f England by David Ferry. This is a stunning new suite of prints that explore an imagined collision of two very different worlds: the commercial efforts of the asset rich, cash poor aristocrats of the 1960’s who grudgingly opened the doors of their ancestral homes to the great British public; and the desire by aquarists to furnish their fish tanks with increasingly bizarre and inappropriate aquarium ornaments from the human world that bear no relation to the natural domain of fish. In Ferry’s luscious images, bemused fish navigate a strange under water kingdom where state rooms adorned with fine tapestries and paintings are furnished with submerged London buses, and pirate galleons are becalmed in the drives of turreted stately homes.
Fish fanciers consider their hobby to be a creative pursuit, the piscine tenants of their fantastic environments bec oming moving elements in a work of art. Ferry has celebrated this conceit and gently acknowledged both the kitsch world of “aquarium ornaments” and the upwardly mobile aspirations of the creators of these miniature environments, a fantasy world in a tank bubbling away on the sideboard. The scale of the images also suggest an alternative interpretation: a sci-fi future in which England is submerged, and giant mutant fancy fish swim freely through the deserted rooms of our great houses. His medium of montage is both a physical and an intellectual pursuit: the interventions he makes in the images, and the juxtaposition of unlikely and disparate aspects of our culture to deconstruct the notion of British national identity and heritage.
Ferry’s Book Arts and Printmaking create a very individual footprint in contemporary art, and bear witness to th e influences of John Heartfield and the classic photomontage tradition. The creative process starts with his defilement of existing books (over 20 in as many years), usually tourist guides from the innocent post war years of the 1950’s and 1960’s, which he deftly subverts using highly selected donor material. In this case, the re-titled “English Aquariums in Country Houses in Colour” whose 28 colour plates Ferry defiled with piscine interlopers. (This unique book was purchased by The National Art Library housed in the Victoria & Albert Museum, for their permanent collection, earlier this year.) Ferry explains, “The search for donor material is part of the process of creative recycling, adding a new ingredient, a cycle of change and appropriation”. These ideas are then completely rebuilt, reworked and re-interpreted to inform a capsule collection of original prints that convey the spirit of the unique book.
Ferry has exhibited extensively in the UK and throughout the world, including solo exhibitions in Berlin, New York, Poznan and Seoul. His work can be found in public and corporate collections including Museum of Modern Art, New York; Ashmolean, Oxford; Art Institute of Chicago; National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, National Museum of Wales, Cardiff and The Victoria and Albert Museum, London. He is a past recipient of a Pollock / Krasner major award, and a new seat as Professor of Printmaking and Book Arts was created for him at the Cardiff Metropolitan University earlier this year.
Hanmi Gallery is a uniquely positioned platform for the dialogue between Asia and Europe, constantly evolving in the global arena of contemporary art. Since Hanmi Gallery in London first opened its doors in 2010, it has established itself as a major exhibiting space for predominantly Asian artists. In contrast, the Gallery’s Seoul premise dedicates itself to exhibiting an exclusive selection of works by British and European artists. Hanmi Gallery is devoted to link Eastern and Western artistic practices and exhibiting modern and contemporary art to an international audience.
Working with both emerging and established artists and curators, Hanmi Gallery has a particular commitment to new media and interdisciplinary works, showcasing and fostering visual culture that reflects contemporary art trends.
Due to upcoming major renovations on Hanmi Gallery’s London premises, the site has been running a successful programme of Interim Exhibitions. All the shows respond to the sites raw, stripped-back state with often site- specific installation works. This gallery setting offers artists and curators an opportunity to engage with a unique space. Hanmi Gallery provides a conceptual and physical laboratory for artistic trials and experimentations in a central London location. The space has become a hub for creative thinking, inspiring artists and spectators to see the space, and the art within it, in a new way. It allows them to explore how the site resonates with an artistic endeavour, and the effects that it has both spatially and psychologically.
Since the gallery’s inception, the building has hosted a variety of important exhibitions. Highlights from the programme include the Interim Exhibition ‘Situated Senses 01: Inclined Angles’ curated by Jay Jungin Hwang. The project unfolded with two distinct solo exhibitions of contemporary Korean artists, Shan Hur and Soon-Hak Kwon. Each artist showed the coexistence and collision of contradictory states in the spaces of daily life, and the interrelationship between a sense of distance and space originating from the psychology of visual experience. The works outgrowth was generated from a penetrating observation about the space during the preparation for exhibition. Other notable Interim Exhibitions include works by the artists Leonard Johannson, Shezad Dawood and Yingmei Duan. The gallery will celebrate its 40th Interim Exhibition in November 2014.
The inaugural exhibition of Seoul’s premise will be ‘Patrick Hughes: Reading Paradox’ (27 September- 20 December 2014), and will be focused on the artist’s Reverspective technique.