Monthly Archives: July 2011

The poor and unsexy community art galleries

It’s easy to turn up your nose at community art galleries. But to do so do is to miss a trick. Community art shows are a challenge to the rose-tinted scene that straddles underground, street and high art. They are … Continue reading

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Brent Salon des Art

In attempt to under-promise and over-deliver the organisers  of this show have described it as a show of “original artworks by up-and-coming artists…”.  Please be aware this is not a deliberately attempt at playing things down its natural modesty. However … Continue reading

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Lorenzo Belenguer finds beauty in rusty metal

Lorenzo Belenguer delights in found objects and has a particular affection for rusty metal. He is showing his series of sculptures from rusty metal at Dolphin Square, The Moroccan Gardens. When Friday 15 July 2011,  18.00 – 21.00, opening show. … Continue reading

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Bola Adamolekun’s Gingerbread House Collection

Bola Adamolekun is showing her Gingerbread House collection of pottery and the Working Mens College end of year exhibition. When 15 July 2011, 18:00 – 21:00, opening show. Where Working Mens College 44 Crowndale Rd London NW1 1TR Mornington Crescent on the Northen Line … Continue reading

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