Friday, 16 March 2012

Dates For Your Diary

Don't be an April Fool by missing out on these 5 exciting art events...
Thursday 5th of April: "She Doesn't Care" curated by Liam Newnham featuring Jasper Joffe, Harry Pye, Gordon Beswick, Cedar Lewisohn
Thursday 12th of April: "I'm Not Scared" group show at The Chisenhale Project Space featuring Uliana Apatina, Thom Driver, Harry Pye.
Friday 13th of April: Late at Tate featuring the films of Team Beswick & Pye
Tuesday 17th of April: Teenage Cancer Trust 7 inch single charity show at the I-D Generation gallery featuring Jasper Joffe, Team Beswick & Pye, David Shrigley, The Cure
Friday 27th of April: Charity Art Auction for Depression Alliance starring Leonard Cohen, Billy Childish, Harry Pye.
Event One:
Ebb & Flow, (77 Leonard St EC2A 4QB)is the venue for the first ever group show curated by Liam Newnham.
Event Two:
Uliana and Harry are both making installation pieces. Thom Driver will be performing songs from his new C.D "The Roar From Behind."
Event Three: Come to Tate Britain where not only are there the exhibitions "Picasso in Britain" and "Migrations" but also evening events featuring Klarita Pandolphi, Team Beswick & Pye and much, much more.
Event Four: (Inspired the Royal College Postcard Sale)Music industry golden boy Kevin King has 700 singles for sale all £40 each. The sleeves of these singles have been designed by members of The Cure, Florence & The Machine, Team Beswick & Pye, David Shrigley and many others. All money made from this event at the Idea Generation gallery will be going to the Teenage Cancer Trust.
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Event Five: An important fund raising auction for Depression Alliance is taking place. The event is called "In Comes The Black Dog" and it takes place at a gallery in South London.
(Above Image: "I'm Thinking" a.k.a Portrait of Russell Walker by Harry Pye 2009 91cm x 122cm)
You will be able to bid for this painting at a special show in South London.
The Chief Executive of Depression Alliance will be speaking at the event which aims to change peoples' beliefs and attitudes towards mental health.

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