The next installment in Lavelle’s celebrated ‘Daydreaming with…’ series will explore music, art and street culture, and celebrate UNKLE’s past 25 years in advance of their new forthcoming album.
In early 2017 James Lavelle will take over Lazarides Rathbone with Daydreaming with UNKLE Presents… THE ROAD: SOHO: a unique and interactive exploration of his British music collective UNKLE.
Following the success of Vanitas: the Transience of Earthly Pleasures and Metamorphosis: the Transformation of Being, presented during Frieze Art Fair in 2010 and 2012 respectively, All Visual Arts is pleased to announce its upcoming fall show entitled Viewing Room. Curated by Joe La Placa and Mark Sanders
WIN: Freedom not Genius – Works from Damien Hirst’s Murderme Collection we have TEN copies for you to WIN.
WIN: About Freedom Not Genius a book about Damien Hirst’s Murderme Collection.
ALL VISUAL ARTS present METAMORPHOSIS: THE TRANSFORMATION OF BEING Private view Monday 8th October 2012
Following the success of 2010’s critically acclaimed group exhibition Vanitas: The Transience of Earthly Pleasures, which attracted over 4,000 visitors during the Frieze Art Fair, All Visual Arts is pleased to announce its upcoming autumn exhibition, Metamorphosis: The Transformation of Being.
It will include around 200 drawings dating from the beginning of the 20th century to the present day by both established and emerging sculptors.
FRIENDS & FAMILY Curated by Adrian (15), Kai (14) and Kenny Schachter Private View and Music Performances Saturday, Feb 25th
They say you don’t choose your family and were they ever right, considering our parents, brothers, sisters (and kids). Like the invite/catalogue image itself, family and friends bring to mind rawness, commitment, love, pain and happiness.
Artists in the exhibition will include Nicola Bolla, Jodie Carey, Bertozzi and Casoni, Jake and Dinos Chapman, Wim Delvoye, Aaron van Erp, Hans Peter Feldmann, Paul Fryer, Tom Gallant, Ori Gersht, Rachel Howard, John Isaacs, Reece Jones, Wolfe von Lenkiewicz, Alastair Mackie, Charles Matton, Kate MccGwire, Polly Morgan, Martin Sexton, Mee Kyung Shin, Dolly Thompsett, Bouke de Vries, Jonathan Wateridge, Tim Noble and Sue Webster and Hugo Wilson.