Live music from Jazz New Blood
Live music by Rosie Frater-Taylor (guitar and vocals) and Roella Oloro (piano) from Jazz New Blood.
The Experience of Colour
The Experience of Colour at The Estorick Collection is the first exhibition in the UK to focus on the work of a little-known moment in Italian art in the 1970s, when a group of six painters in Northern Italy, reacting against what they considered to be the superficiality of contemporary culture, issued a ‘Manifesto of Objective Abstraction’.
Interview with curator Giovanna Nicoletti
Until 28 June 2015
Photographer Yvonne de Rosa looks into the living conditions of Bosnian and Romanian children and their families. The photographs exhibited at the V&A Museum of Chilhood is the result of a collaboration with international charity Hope and Homes for Children that aims to prevent the breakdown of families and to ensure children grow up in a adequate environment.
Check the V&A MoC‘s website for opening times.
Until 8 February 2015
A Partial Disassembling of an Invention Without a Future: Helter-Skelter and Random Notes in Which the Pulleys and Cogwheels Are Lying Around at Random All Over the Workbench
This complex-titled exhibition which sees the London-born, Los Angeles-based artist Walead Beshty transform the Curve by covering the wall of the gallery from floor to ceiling with more than 12,000 cyanotype prints.
Each cyanotype (a photographic print with a cyan-blue tint) is produced using an object from the artist’s studio, which is placed on a porous surface (such as discarded paper or cardboard) that has been coated with UV-sensitive material. After being exposed to sunlight, the object’s silhouette appears against a cyan-blue background.
The Curve, Barbican Centre, Silk Street, London EC2Y 8DS
Details at barbican.org.uk
From pugs to poodles… Wilfrid Wood explores the many facets of canines…
If you like the sounds of this exhibition and would like to see Wilfrid live, head to Beach London on the 17th December, for a live drawing session at the gallery, just bring your dog!
The exhibition runs until 31st January 2015.
80s Youth: Best of Times, The Worst of times is an exhibition re-imagining movie posters from the 80’s. It celebrates best and worst or the era and happens at Hackney Picturehouse.
Imagine E.T., Stand by me and other classics like Ghostbusters will be recreated by some of London’s best illustrators in an exhibition that’s on from the 5th August – 6th September.
Creative director Anna Maloney tells us about Hackney Wick’s annual arts festival, Hackney WickED attracting thousands of people to the area every year. The festival ill take place on the 1st-3rd August.
Schwartz Gallery, White Post Lane.
Drawbridge navigates a space between seduction and intimidation and on this exhibition you’ll find large digital prints of cropped female faces, enlarged sections from popular crime dramas.
Until 24th Aug.
The Line is a sculpture walk that will run right through East London, showcasing new as well as established talent. With just a few weeks to go before opening time, Newham born and bred athlete Christine Ohuruogu talks to The Line sculpture walk in support of their venture.
Visit the-line.org for more details
We talk to David Than from the Four Corners gallery and training centre for photography and film on Roman Road, Bethnal Green.
Uncertain States is a lens based, artist-led project, set up to promote critical visual dialogue. Monthly talks, a quarterly broadsheet and exhibitions enable peers and artists to share and discuss the creative process.