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The Most Interesting Art Events to see in London this week


There are lots of art events happening in London; talks, workshops, tours, discussions and many many more! To help you with the choice Jenny Judova from Art Map London has picked ‘The Most Interesting Art Events’ to see in London this week.



WEDNESDAY 12 JULY

Hilton Als in conversation at Victoria Miro

6:00 PM – 8:00 PM @ Victoria Miro, 16 Wharf Road, London, N1 7RW

Pulitzer Prize-winning critic and author Hilton Als discusses the current exhibition Alice Neel, Uptown with a reading from the accompanying book, published by David Zwirner Books and Victoria Miro. The event is followed by a book signing and special exhibition viewing.

 

THURSDAY 13 JULY

Preview: ‘WALALA X PLAY’ Camille Walala

6:00 PM – 9:00 PM @ NOW Gallery, The Gateway Pavilions, Peninsula Square, Greenwich Peninsula, London, SE10 0SQ

Walala welcomes visitors to explore, examine and enjoy a labyrinthine network of corridors and enclosed spaces in a ‘temple of wonder’.

 

FRIDAY 14 JULY

Preview: WHAT

6:00 PM – 9:00 PM @ Republic Gallery, 2 Clove Cres, Poplar, London, E14 2BE

Installations by husband and wife team, Rolf and Genevieve. Genevieve’s work is a gamut of themes in three interactive multi media installations, ‘You own me, I owe you’ ( porcelain, metal and organic matter), ‘Burn a Jelus Tho’t’ ( based in a confession booth) and ‘We fell in Love’ ( a 6 video screen installation), divulging personal, inspirational, life enhancing navel gazing from the void of negativity into the realm of positivity and understanding.

 

SATURDAY 15 JULY

Preview: It’s Like trying to describe an elephant by only looking at its tail

6:00 PM – 8:00 PM @ no format Gallery, Arch 29, Rolt Street, Deptford, London, SE8 5JB

no format gallery presents a solo exhibition by British painter Nicholas Dietrich. The exhibition features a series of ten new paintings, which use the man-made object as a symbol for production, striving and purpose-giving for the individual.


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