GIANT, a brand-new artist-run space in Bournemouth, launches with its inaugural exhibition: CRASH. Dedicated to presenting challenging works by seminal international contemporary artists
“Let’s Live With Less Plastic”. Celebrating 10 years since the The Pastiki Expedition, which famously built a boat using recycled plastic to sail across the Pacific and raise awareness of plastic pollution and the vital importance of oceans. The curator, Tia Grazette continues her commitment to a plastic free world through fresh creativity.
Art collections in hotels used to be a miscellany of prints of ships, cows, seascapes, landscapes and buildings, depending on whether it was by the coast, or an urban or rural site. And that was it. Hopefully, things have changed and today they are presented as a cohesive series of artworks; some of them with an activist element.
It’s Just Like any other job: Sarah Maple and writer+curator Beverley Knowles Multiple performances TODAY from 6pm
It’s Just Like any other job really: Multiple Performance art work Friday 30th March .
ArtBelow are presenting ‘Art of Angel’, a transformation of the Angel Tube Station concourse into a public art gallery for the whole of this month.
England’s once green & pleasant land’s only true coherence is in its constant chaotic state of flux. This culture of beautiful hybridity is seen here through the eyes of a group of truly pioneering visual creatives……..