Since mid June 2012 visitors to London can enjoy the ‘Emirates Cable Car’ which runs across the River Thames from North Greenwich Arena (aka ‘Millenium Dome’) to the Royal Docks (near to Excel Exhibition/Conference Centre). The journey takes approximately 5 minutes and gives passengers a chance to experience a birds eye view of the river weaving its way through London one of the worlds greatest cities.
28 Feb - 3 March at Olympia
Art Fairs London Ltd have launched “Art13 London”. This new art fair sponsored by Citi Private Bank, took place at Olympia Grand Hall, Kensington and showcased a range of international Modern and Contemporary Art by established artists and new names in the frame.
After an AGM lunch members took an “Art Walk” from AND eventSpace to John Cass Art School Gallery (London Metropolitan University), Whitechapel Art Gallery, Gallery S.O, “Unto This Last” (Plywood Interior design) Work Shop, and “WaWa (‘tailored seating’) Showrooms in Bethnal Green.
BVE - The Production Show
The show where humans control machines. Time based, lens based, linear recording based media starts with using existing equipment or building the ones that really work for the intended aim. Start with this show - YOU have to experience controlling THEM... The visit was completed by taking a flight over the Thames in London's first cable car pods.
An exhibition of objects that have been “fixed” from different broken objects which have been “perfectly” repaired or have incorporated the fault line into its reconstitution. The exhibition, is curated by Glenn Adamson, a tutor at the RCA and head of research at the Victoria & Albert museum. Artists participating in FIX FIX FIX are Arlington Conservation, David Clarke, Leo Fitzmaurice, Fixperts, Alice Kettle, Laura McGrath, Jasleen Kaur, Park View Motors, Gord Peteran, Steven Probert, Roland Roos, Bernhard Schobinger, Hans Stofer, Lisa Walker, Max Warren.
Note: Glenn Adamson will be talking about the exhibition at the gallery on 7 March, 6pm.
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Gallery SO - 92 Brick Lane