A selection of UK art exhibitions and events for week 47 of 2015.
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3-6 December 2015
A group show and pop-up shop in Dalston (near us here at Jackson’s) as part of an illustration month in the run-up to Christmas. Howl Projects is an illustration collective launched this year in Berlin creating projects with UK artists working in pop surreal and outsider styles creating “original artworks, engaging projects and desirable objects”. Private view: Thursday 3rd December from 6-9pm. Featuring: Jimp, Mr Mead, Pete Murgatroyd, Chris Odgers. Facebook event page.
65/67 Ridley Road
All the Light We Cannot See
21 November – 19 December 2015
New paintings by Genieve Figgis in her first solo exhibition at the gallery.
Almine Rech Gallery
11 Savile Row, 1st Floor
27 November – 19 December 2015
A group exhibition exploring the representation of animals in art and the relationship between such pictures and their display location. Curated by Ed Hill and Sam Cotterell of Turf Projects. Opening night: Friday 27th November, 6-9pm
Aaron Angell, John Arthur, Hattie Batten, Laura Bygrave, Sam Cotterell, Alex Crocker, Mike Davies, Sara Gillies, Rebbeca Gould, David Harrison, Ed Hill, Paul Housley, Matthew Peers, Mark Scott-Wood, Ross Taylor, John Thole, Esme Toler, Joel Tomlin, Max Wade, Ben Westley Clarke.
Turf Projects Gallery & Workspace
13 November 2015 – 31 January 2016
An exhibition of illustration by Eileen Kai Hing Kwan and Carl Harris. Artist Reception on 15 Nov 2-7pm.
Mother’s Ruin Gin Palace
Unit 18 Ravenswood Industrial Estate
Fifty Years of Artists Prints
18 – 29 November 2015
This exhibition brings together prints from the 1960s and 70s by such figures as Michael Rothenstein, Birgit Skiold, Graham Sutherland, David Hockney and Tracey Emin alongside an ambitious selection of the latest work by current members. An anniversary portfolio of Mini Prints collected by the V&A will also be on display.
14 November – 12 December 2015
David Simon Contemporary Gallery
3-4 Bartlett Street
Story of the Human Body
20 Nov – 19 Dec 2015
Elizabeth Schuch, storyboard artist for science television. Facebook event page.
9a Hanover Road
Scarborough, North Yorkshire
Seachange – TULCA Festival of Visual Arts
14-29 November 2015
TULCA Festival of Visual Arts 2015 is the culmination of a year-long programme of “cultural jamborees” – exhibitions, talks, debates, film screenings, and numerous events primed to trigger debate. Participating artists: Anne Maree Barry, Rhona Byrne, Mark Clare, Carol Anne Connolly, Colin Crotty, Culturstruction, Christo, Jason Deans, Michelle Deignan, Caroline Doolin, Angela Fulcher, Tue Greenfort, Martin Healy, Louise Hervé & Chloé Maillet, Allan Hughes, Brian King, Barbara Knezevic, Clare Langan, Nevan Lahart, Richard Long, Ruth Lyons, Maggie Madden, Maria McKinney, Dennis McNulty & Ros Kavanagh, Ailbhe Ni Bhriain, Seamus Nolan, Seoidin O’Sullivan, Owen Quinlan, Oswaldo Ruiz, Sayler/Morris, Anaïs Tondeur & Jean-Marc Chomaz, Michael John Whelan.
126 Artist-Run Gallery
4 Commerce House
Chailey & Newick Painting Group’s 10th Anniversary Art Exhibition
21-22 November 2015
Chailey & Newick Painting Group exhibition supporting local hospice with a ‘lucky dip’ for postcard-sized original paintings (every ticket wins!). Will be opened by ‘Big Painting Challenge’ judge Daphne Todd. Paintings, cards, home-made cakes. Admission free.
Chailey Villlage Hall
(on A275, next to the Five Bells)
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The image at the top is:
The Banquet of the Child Beast
Pen & ink drawing
by Mr. Mead
who will be exhibiting in the Howl Projects show.