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Christmas Art Market @rotefabrik (Ziegel Oh Lac)

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Christmas Market at Ziegel Oh Lac @rotefabrik
8. Dez 2019 - 11am-11pm
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Kunst / Prints / Illustration / Graphic, etc.
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Participant Artists
Miikoee @miikoee
Mai Mizuneko @mizuneko.mai
Momo @momos_canvas
Taina @tainagram
Silvia Gallart @silviagallartdesign

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The London Group Open 2019: Part II

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The UK’s longest-running and most prestigious artists’ co-operative, The London Group, is delighted to announce both the member and the selected exhibitors for its 84th open exhibition.

The London Group Open 2019 offers a wonderful opportunity for emerging and established artists to raise their profile, win cash prizes, and exhibit their work alongside the Group’s esteemed members. No commission will be charged on any works sold during the 2019 exhibition in line with the Group’s commitment to give artists ‘a boost in a tough career, thereby nurturing and supporting the development of the art of the future’. (Susan Haire, President).

The Members of The London Group who will be exhibiting this year in Part II are as follows:

Moich Abrahams, Wendy Anderson, Bryan Benge, Slawomir Blatton, Clive Burton, Peter Clossick, Tim Craven, Sandra Crisp, Mark Dickens, Eric Fong, Cadi Froehlich, Alexandra Harley, Martin Heron, Aude Hérail Jäger, Alexander Hinks, Annie Johns, Jockel Liess, Amanda Loomes, Jeff Lowe, Graham Mileson, Genetic Moo, C Morey De Morand, Charlotte C Mortensson, Kathleen Mullaniff, Darren Nisbett, Eugene Palmer, Tom Scase, Suzan Swale, Almuth Tebbenhoff, David Tebbs, Paul Tecklenberg, Bill Watson, Tisna Westerhof, Susan Wilson

The artists selected to exhibit as part of The London Group Open 2019 Part II are as follows:

David Aston, Adam Atraktzi, Simon Brewster, Anita Bryan, Stephen Buckeridge, Gill Capewell, Sayan Chanda, Emma Elliott, Tomas Fernandez Vertiz, Jill Gibson, Josh Grey-Jung, Shir Handelsman, Christopher Harris, Samantha Heydt, Lesley Hilling, Chirag Jindal, Marion Jones, Ann Kim, Izabela Kowalczyk, Constanze Kratzsch, Sarah Leahy, J. (Jie) Li, Christopher Madden, Ana Mendes, Barbara Nati, Richard Paton, Maybelle Peters, Rob Reed, Julia Remizova, Ana Schmidt, Sam Shendi, Seamus Staunton, Lisa Traxler RWS MRSS, Tom Waugh, Angela Wright

‘Having been on the Open Selection Committee since 2007 I am always fascinated to review the staggering range of work being produced by our fellow art workers and to show alongside them. I see it as an education; informing and enriching me personally as regards current practice.’ David Redfern

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The London Group Open 2019: Part I

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The UK’s longest-running and most prestigious artists’ co-operative, The London Group, is delighted to announce both the member and the selected exhibitors for its 84th open exhibition.

The London Group Open 2019 offers a wonderful opportunity for emerging and established artists to raise their profile, win cash prizes, and exhibit their work alongside the Group’s esteemed members. No commission will be charged on any works sold during the 2019 exhibition in line with the Group’s commitment to give artists ‘a boost in a tough career, thereby nurturing and supporting the development of the art of the future’. (Susan Haire, President).

The Members of The London Group who will be exhibiting this year are as follows:

PART I

Victoria Bartlett, Stephen Carley, John Crossley, Philip Crozier, Jeff Dellow, Angela Eames, James Faure Walker, Tricia Gillman, Vaughan Grylls, Susan Haire, Julie Held, Bill Henderson, Gillian Ingham, Janet Nathan, Micheál O’Connell, Ian Parker, Claire Parrish, Janet Patterson, Sumi Perera, Michael Phillipson, Alexander Ramsay, David Redfern, Tommy Seaward, Philippa Stjernsward, Srinivas Surti, David Theobald, Philippa Tunstill, Neil Weerdmeester, Anthony Whishaw, Erika Winstone, David Wiseman, Carol Wyss

The artists selected to exhibit as part of The London Group Open 2019 are as follows:

PART I

Galina Agafonova, Belinda Bailey, Paul Bonomini, Amelia Bowles, Simon Chalmers, Zihan Chen, Dominique Croshaw, Martin Darbyshire, Freddie Darke, Daniel Davidsson, Robert Davies, Nigel Dawes, Ozlem Demirel, Beverley Duckworth, Chloe Fremantle, Ann Grim, Chris Horner, Debbie Lee, Rosie Leventon, Duncan Mckellar, Eugene Macki, Bethany Marett, Maya Ramsay, Amber Roper, Gail Seres-Woolfson, Katy Shepherd, Linda Simon, Hanna ten Doornkaat, Alexander Vorobyev, Ariella Wertheimer, Eleanor Wood, Natalia Zagorska-Thomas, Jingbo Zou

‘Having been on the Open Selection Committee since 2007 I am always fascinated to review the staggering range of work being produced by our fellow art workers and to show alongside them. I see it as an education; informing and enriching me personally as regards current practice.’ David Redfern

 

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Common Ground

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In November 2019, Andrew Roberts and Benjamin Hope will present Common Ground, a two-man show featuring approximately 60 works painted en plein air in various locations around the UK and Europe. Both Andrew and Ben strive to ‘paint the day’ – its transient moments and moods - one of several shared motivations that unite their work.

For Andrew, painting is about suggestion rather than statement. Favouring expansive, rural scenes that feature a lot of resting area and a notable absence of figures, there is a looseness and an abstract quality to his work. He looks to the Blues for a point of comparison: ‘A piece of art and a piece of really grungy Blues should be the same: always on the brink of collapse. In any Blues melody, there is always one note that holds it all together. That is how I want my paintings to be.’

Andrew’s method is reminiscent of that practised by Frank Auerbach when it comes to applying paint to canvas. The textured surface that Andrew creates is but a ‘thin veneer’ in comparison to Auerbach’s luxuriously impasto work, but he strives to lay down paint with the same looseness and freedom. Painting plein air channels spontaneity into this looseness as Andrew finds himself having to respond and react to what is going on around him. He describes himself as an artist who paints the day over the subject, prioritising mood over detail, something that he would find impossible to do as a studio-based painter.

Like Andrew, Ben likes to paint outdoors: ‘Painting from life is my modus operandi – I love the immediacy, the time pressure and the liveliness of the result’. He will sometimes wander around for a long time until he feels ‘that tug’ - perhaps prompted by an interesting bit of light or a juxtaposition of vertical lines - which tells him that a particular moment within a particular scene is ready to become a painting.

Though his paintings have a realist sensibility, Ben is increasingly interested in making the viewer’s eye more involved in reading the work through dynamic and reactive marks. He can embrace detail in bustling street scenes, and then reject it in a pared down view of the Thames. With some of these more sparse compositions, there are hints of abstraction and it is here that Ben and Andrew find their common ground.

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Wales Contemporary / Cymru Gyfoes

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Wales Contemporary / Cymru Gyfoes is an international open competition for 2D artwork in any medium excluding photography. Developed by the Waterfront Gallery in association with the Welsh Government, Wales Contemporary seeks to celebrate all aspects of the country by inviting artists to submit work that is inspired by its ancient history, its art history, its heritage, its landscape (rural, urban or political) and its contemporary culture.

Following a call for entries which saw the submission of approximately 500 artworks from across the globe – the UK and the Republic of Ireland, Denmark, Germany, Italy, Spain, Japan, Australia, the USA and Canada were all represented – 76 works have been selected for the inaugural exhibition at the Waterfront Gallery in Milford Haven, South Wales from 4 – 30 October 2019. Thoughtful and often surprising, the exhibition combines crisp, photorealistic seascapes with soft, romantic watercolours balancing on the very edge of figuration. Due tribute is paid to the rich diversity of Welsh landscapes, from its glowering mountain ranges to its industrial towns, its valley villages to its rugged coastlines. Welsh culture is equally well represented: highlights include a carnivalesque imagining of the Arthurian legend, an overpopulated Mount Snowdon, and a tongue-in-cheek representation of the much-maligned leek. In summary, the exhibition presents the viewer with a characterful and compelling insight into the many things that make Wales Welsh.

‘Wales has a well-earned reputation for inspiring great artists and this project will further enhance this and highlight the areas of Wales where those interested in art can visit and be inspired in the future. Having attracted such a wide range of entries from all over the world, this exhibition will be an intriguing insight into how Wales is seen by others  - and during our Year of Discovery it may well provide a different perspective on our culture, history and landscape.’

Deputy Minister for Culture, Sport and Tourism, Lord-Elis Thomas

The exhibition - selected by artist Janette Kerr, painter Ken Maycock, artist Catrin Webster and Stan MacIlvenny OBE - opened at the Waterfront Gallery in Milford Haven, South Wales on 4 October 2019. It will tour to the Mall Galleries, London, where it will be available to view from 5 – 10 November 2019. There will be an awards ceremony on 23 October at the Waterfront Gallery - when the following prizes will be presented:

1st Prize: £5,000 plus a 3 week residency in Milford Haven (February – March 2020) and a 1 month solo exhibition at the Waterfront Gallery

2nd Prize: £2,500

Prize for artists born, educated or resident in Wales: £2,000

Young Artist Prize (for artists aged 25 and under): £1,000

Public Choice Award: £1,000

Highly Commended: £500

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ARTNESS CONTEMPORARY ART MAGAZINE PROMOTION

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