February 2nd, 2010 § § permalink
I am organizing an exhibition together with Barbora “Bashi” Kolibarova to collect funds for the Haiti Appeal of the Disasters Emergency Committee. The event will be sometime in April (dates to be confirmed) and we will be exhibiting the work of emerging talents.
If you wish to submit your work or help or sponsor us you can find all information at the weblog for the event.
December 5th, 2009 § § permalink
Michael Jackson - Man in the Mirror by Paul Normansell
A Gallery is proud to present work by artists Paul Normansell, Maximilian Wiedemann and Mikael Alacoque. The exhibition will run from the 11th of December until the 30th of December.
The gallery is open from Wednesday to Sunday, 11.00 – 18.00
PRIVATE VIEW – 10th December, 18.00 – 21.00
RSVP for entrance: email@example.com
Wanted Gallery, 15b Blenheim Crescent
Notting Hill, London W11 2EE
From the Vogue paintings. by Maximilian Wiedemann
Liberte by Mikael Alacoque
May 5th, 2009 § § permalink
The Art in Perpetuity Trust will be running the third Creekside Open Prize, where works of upcoming, London based artists will be exhibited. For more information visit the APT website.
April 4th, 2009 § § permalink
Arrived at Sofia. It’s Sunday morning now. I’ve lost two hours with the time change and happen to have slept only four.
But not all was lost. I took the bus from the airport and was told to get off at the very last stop, where the bus “finish”. The only problem that came was that the bus did in fact have a last stop but never finished, so I found myself thinking the city was repeating itself when in fact I was on my way back to the airport. After that was solved I could not find one person that could tell me where Makedonia Boulevard was. I finally met a couple that could not tell me themselves, but who had a son that spoke spanish and could. They lived just across the street so they invited me in to get some assistance from Philip, their son. I was there for an hour or so. They were a family of artists and film makers. The had recently made 2 movies. The mother wrote the script, the father was cameraman and the son director. They also had some beautiful paintings. It was positively shocking to meet such welcoming and warm family of artists. After some small talks talks they gave me directions and pointed out in a map the many wonderful buildings, churches, museums and art galleries.
February 25th, 2009 § § permalink
“All that is solid melts into air, all that is holy is profaned, and man is at last compelled to face with sober senses his real condition of life and his relations with his kind.” (Marx and Engels, The communist Manifesto.)