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  • RCA2021 AT CROMWELL PLACE 21 – 25 JULY

    BEING DUCHAMP BECOMING ELSA I am graduating from the RCA Contemporary Art Practice MA and would like to invite you to my Degree Show. 21 – 25 July 10am – 5pm 4 Cromwell Place, SW7 2JE Booking is essential. A multi-faceted project of speculative fiction, involving moving image performance, 3D printed objects and a publication. About an artwork that changed how we view art and what we think about the world, and how, in the absence of any evidence to contradict the myth, Duchamp, seminal 20th century artist, claims it as his own. What would it mean if it was understood that the most important artwork of the last century was made by a woman? Elsa von Freytag-Loringhoven. Artist, poet and magical thinker. Art history and the world would be very different if Elsa vF was acknowledged as the originator of the now famous urinal. Come see, say hello. info@lauramoretongriffiths.com


  • 302_Direct

    302_Redirect is a multi-disciplinary showcase of work created and curated by students of the Royal College of Art Contemporary Art Practice course. Made in immediate response to their own exploratory practices, amidst the newly pressing and uncertain techno-spherical art world, the originally physical exhibition has temporarily redirected itself into the virtual realm, for a 4-week durational series of online events, exploits and exposés. Whilst 302_Redirect will be circulated and hosted through various alternative platforms, the online project will bedrock itself with its own website [found at https://302redirect.net], representing each participating artists’ work and biography. While the site’s homepage will exist in a state of constant thematic flux – its structure evolving week upon week – a conversation sub-section will provide a platform for anonymous public discourse on what the works are, and how the project as a whole performs. The website will go live at 17:00 on the 25th April. Programme : 25th of April – 302_Redirect website launch – 17:00 [https://302redirect.net] 27th April – Sound works on Montez Press Radio – 16:00 – 18:00 [https://radio.montezpress.com/] 27th April – 3rd May – Instagram Residency/Takeover [@low_res_camera_roll] 4th – 10th May – Moving Image works with ICA [newsletter on https://www.ica.art/] 11th – 17th May – Pre-recorded works with LUX [available…


  • Her Art-Story – a conversation between Cathy Lomax & Cathie Pilkington RA

    ⭐️BOOK NOW⭐️ Bow Skills presents Her Art-Story – conversation between artist Cathy Lomax & sculptor Cathie Pilkington RA. Tickets £7 bit.ly/HerArtStory-Bo… For £5 concession email herartstorytalks@gmail.com⭐️ PLEASE NOTE: £5 concession tickets are available, please email herartstorytalks@gmail.com for a partial refund. About the speakers: Cathy Lomax Cathy Lomax is a London based artist and winner of the 2016 Contemporary British Painting Prize. On completing a MA in Fine Art at Central St Martins in 2002 she set up Transition Gallery in East London. She also edits two art and culture magazines, Arty and Garageland. In 2016 Lomax started a PhD at Queen Mary University of London, researching the role of makeup in the creation of the female film star image. Her artwork assimilates the seductive imagery of film, fame and fashion and juxtaposes it with personal narratives and the everyday. Her resulting paintings and installations play with history by combining influences from disparate sources to form new groupings and categories Click for Cathy Lomax’s Website Cathie Pilkington RA Cathie Pilkington is an artist whose work engages passionately and critically with the canonical history of figurative sculpture. Crossing the borders of traditional, modern and contemporary idioms, her work combines intensively modelled and painted sculptures within immersive…


  • Royal College of Art - WIP show

    Royal College of Art WIP SHOW

    Students from across the Schools of Architecture and Design, alongside Sculpture students from the School of Arts & Humanities, present a selection of work in progress within their studios, workshops and seminar rooms.


  • Her Art-Story – a conversation between Liliane Lijn & Emma Hill

    Her Art-Story celebrates the achievements of successful women working in the arts.


  • Return of Come Kiss a Stranger for Art Licks Weekend 2019

    For its seventh year, the Art Licks Weekend takes on the theme of Interdependence: considering how participating projects work within a network of friendship, exchange and shared dialogue.