The Museum of the People. 19:00-22:00, Utrophia Project Space. This inaugural exhibition is a group show and will feature elements of the Museum’s current collection along with an electronic music symposium DJ Tendraw and performance from Coco Banks on the opening. Christina Mitrentse is presenting a site specific installation of artifacts from her Secret School Project based on her solo show in 2005 at the islington bomb shelter. Also featuring Jono Allen, Stephen Molyneux, Ruth Fettis, Garry Cook,Michelle Wren, Emma Grant, Thom Shaw, Ryan Ormonde, Coco Banks, Kate Guscott and Yvie Mason.
The Museum of the People at Utrophia Project Space Friday 17th
Shoreditch Arts Club to open in March.
Evoking the curiosity of an avid art collector’s home, Shoreditch Arts Club will feature collaborations with local galleries and artists, a cinema programme, meeting rooms, seasonal menu, private dining and more.
Dior Men x ERL installation arrives at DSM London
“California Couture” Dior Men capsule collection guest designed by ERL has arrived at the Dover Street Market store in London with a special Ground Floor installation.
Brutal cuts to London arts organisations
AS reported in The Art Newspaper today several major central London museums and arts organisations will see cuts in their […]
Art For Change partners with Planned Parenthood of Greater NY
ART FOR CHANGE, a leading art platform for the socially conscious collector, is pleased to announce three upcoming releases from artists Arghavan Khosravi, Hein Koh, and Maggie Ellis benefiting Planned Parenthood Greater New York (PPGNY).
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