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London in the company of painters

London In The Company Of Painters | Art-Pie

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Why you should go to the London Peckham Rye Music Festival

Peckham Rye Music Festival | Art-Pie

Peckham, once an area that most Londoners regarded as a no-go area, has become in recent years a hip and cultural hub in the capital. One of the events which is conveying this message is the London Peckham Rye Music Festival. Here is Why you should go to the London Peckham Rye Music Festival. _____ The festival is over two week ends. The main festival takes place on the 12th May through the 14th May (week end) but more individual ticketed events also take place the next week... Read More

Pop up at l’Escargot in Soho London, edition 1

Pop up at l'Escargot Soho London | Art-Pie

Last week first edition of our pop up at l’Escargot was a success. Although we ended up in the Salon Vert instead of The Library, we managed to play with the existing layout (we cannot make new holes or adjustment in this venue – fair enough when you see how sumptuous the venue is) and displayed a very nice set of paintings. Now, we have informed that we will not have the room or any other one until Next year as November and December are busy months for l’Escargot... Read More

The Art Conference at Ugly Duck, Bermondsey, London

The Art Conference, artwork by Maser | Art-Pie

About The Art Conference (TAC) is a two-day arts festival exploring the intersection and evolution of technology, art and culture, bringing together global visionaries and creating a platform to discuss, connect and engage with contemporary art from a fresh perspective. TAC is bringing together a programme of international keynote speakers from the worlds of technology, art and culture. TAC is founded by contemporary art curator Tina Ziegler in partnership with The IWSC Group.... Read More

Brett Amory at Lazarides Rathbone London

Brett Amory Internal Dialogue Lazarides Rathbone | Art-Pie

Lazarides is pleased to present Internal Dialogue, a new series of works by American contemporary artist and BP Portrait Award 2016 exhibiting artist Brett Amory. Corresponding with his critically acclaimed ‘Waiting’ series, the works in Internal Dialogue are concerned with everyday life, places, and people, yet this new body of work explores the time in which we live and how we make sense of the information that surrounds us. Internal Dialogue explores the disjointed snapshots... Read More

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