STOMACH PRIVATE VIEW 15.05.14

Published by | 15/05/2014

STOMACH, is a London-based company, artist-run event providing a platform for innovative artistic practice in all disciplines. We offer a gallery space based in the Hoxton Arches on the 15th of May to the artist or group of artists so that they are free to engage with the space without the usual pressure of commercial gain that […]


The London Illustration Fair

Published by | 15/11/2013

NOT TO BE MISSED! 29th November – 1st December 2013 | 12 – 8pm Friday & Saturday, 12 – 6pm Sunday www.thelondonillustrationfair.co.uk


Expanded Eye: A Thousand Fibres

Published by | 17/10/2013

YOU ARE INVITED TO ENTER THE COSMIC WORLD OF EXPANDED EYE WHERE A VISUAL ODYSSEY AWAITS YOU.   ‘A Thousand Fibres’ sees free thinking duo Expanded Eye showcase their fascination with life through the ancient art of storytelling. By fusing this primitive tradition with their unique contemporary approach, their new works are an embodiment of the trademark abstract and poetic language used to portray the […]


Early Opera Company: Coffee Cantatas

Published by | 06/06/2013

Sunday 9 June 2013, 1.30pm – 2.45pm and 3.30pm – 4.45pm Tickets: £30 including coffee tasting, talk and installation Early Opera Company celebrate two arrivals in Germany during the 17th century: JS Bach and Coffee!   Details: Christian Curnyn conductor/harpsichord Fflur Wyn soprano Stephan Loges baritone Oliver Mercer tenor Katy Bircher flute Patrick Vinck Whitechapel Coffee Company JS Bach Orchestral Suite No.2 […]


University of Kent | BA Photography Graduate Exhibition

Published by | 18/05/2013

21-24 May 2013 | PV Thursday 23 May 6-9pm Featuring Ben Du Preez – Emily Dews – Bronwynn Tyson – Jo Taylor Christina Perczyk – Lorraine Easton – Shelley Eve Kettle Diana Krilova – Angelika Stepniak – Niki Epps – Dawn Adams Emily Rolfe – Nick Schofield – Vicky Franks – Eileen Dolley We are […]


All is Fair in Love and War | Charity Exhibition

Published by | 22/04/2013

Saturday 27 April, 19:30-23:00 The world around us has become all too familiar with war, be it our own internal struggles that can   become a daily ‘war’, to the wider context of large-scale conflicts between countries and peoples. Whilst war has become a fact of life, it has also led to most of us […]