WEEK: 17th-24th March
There are loads of art events such as private views, artists talks, and screenings happening around London, and often it is impossible to choose where to go and what to see. To help you with the choice Jenny Judova from Art Map London will be advising on what events seem worth attending during the week.
TUESDAY 18th MARCH
Breese Little, 6-9pm private view Robert Nicol ‘The shadow of a God’
So far the exhibitions at BreeseLittle did not disappoint their selection of artists is great and judging from the press release images the new Robert Nicole show will not disappoint.
WEDNESDAY 19th MARCH
Drawing Room, 6:30-8pm Reading Group: Abstract Drawing (£5)
Abstract drawing is a brilliant show and definitely worth seeing.
An informal session providing an opportunity to discuss themes and issues raised in our current exhibition Abstract Drawing, using short extracts from contemporary art theory texts as a starting point for the discussion.
Book tickets here
THURSDAY 20th MARCH
Work Gallery, 6-8pm private view Phil Bergerson ‘American Artifacts’
I am a sucker for photo surveys that document americas cultural weirdness, as teh press release describes it ‘both documentary photography and cultural documentary, Bergerson’s portrait of a chaotic urban landscape reveals the scattered remnants of the American dream’.
Alison Jacques Gallery, 6-8pm private view Tomory Dodge solo show
Tomory Dodge’s work should be seen in the flesh rather than on photographs.
Kristin Jellegjerde Gallery, 6:30-9pm private view ‘Trade Roots’
Artists: Dawit Abebe, Faig Ahmed, Phoebe Boswell
I have to admit that I am hooked to the press release image, I really like how it plays with the oriental carpets.