‘0BS0LETE’ is also part of the Art Licks Weekend 2018, taking place in the Art Hub Gallery attached to Art Hub Studios. The show explores themes of technology, progress and money. Artists include Luke Overin, Sean Roy Parker, Helen Ashton and Luke Merryweather
‘Look’ at Freelands Foundation is an exhibition of eight recently graduated painters from both BA and MA courses, nominated by the tutors of their respective universities.
As part of the Art Licks Weekend 2018, Creekside Projects present the work of 10 young emerging artists who were crucial in helping to build and move Creekside Artists studios to their new location in Deptford. Creekside Projects is the resulting new exhibition space alongside the accompanying studios.
Prior to our recent exhibition together, we spoke to Lisa Schächner who told us about how she overcame her hesitation to work with new materials and her exploration of the gap between the 2D and 3D.
‘SXB FKB LHR‘ was a farewell exhibition by Erasmus students Katinka Eichhorn, Lisa Schächner, Apolline Morel-Lab and ourselves (Ronan O’Brien and Georgia McGrath) at the end of our stay at the Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien.
'An Intersection Does Not Exist If Lines Run Parallel' is an exhibition by Denis Kudrjasov, currently studying at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna and Hanna Kucera who studies at the University of Applied Arts Vienna. The show was organised by Leena Lübbe at Skulpturinstitut.
The group exhibition ‘A Setting’ at Pallas Projects/Studios is comprised of the galleries past and present volunteers Imogen Brady, Cará Donaghey, Dáire McEvoy and Megan Robinson.
Apolline Morel-Lab explains how her move to Vienna has changed her perspective on sculpture in the public space, questioning cannon in art and what happens when an artwork takes on a new life of its own.
Uploading quite a bit later than planned, here are some images we took while on our short trip back to London from the Kingston Degree Show 2018.
‘Praktish Schiße’ is the result of a lecture of the same name involving students from the Academy of Fine Art Vienna and Art University Linz. The resulting works were then exhibited at the Kulturtankstelle.