5th – 21st June 2015 Campbell Works is delighted to present the first solo exhibition in London of recent works by Berlin based artist Burchard Vossmann. Vossmann’s artistic practice employs the roles of collector, archivist and researcher of everyday ephemera, who, for over 30 years, has been collating the objects that the rest of us … More Campbell Works is delighted to present the first solo exhibition in London of recent works by Berlin based artist Burchard Vossmann.
Image: http://www.ccagalleries.com/artists/peter-blake An exhibition will show some never seen before works from the pop-artist Peter Blake, who co-created the sleeve design for the Beatles’ album Sergeant Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band. Pop will showcase some of his rarer, quirkier pieces at the Hang-Up Gallery in Stoke Newington High Street. From pop-inspired pin-up posters to his … More Peter Blake in Stoke Newington
The Islington Art Society Spring Show is on at the Galleria behind Stoke Newington Library from the 16th to the 25th May Patricia Bullen Lucky Rutland Many of the pieces are of very fine quality – those we have chosen are only examples
197-199 Stoke Newington High Street has been let to Meanwhile Space, a community orgnanisation which specialises in finding short term tenants to run arts and community projects in empty properties. For 6 months (starting in December), the unit will house a café run by the East London Furniture – an organisation that works with homeless … More Meanwhile Space on Stokey High Street
N16 Collection – Ceramics Studio Posted on 17/04/2013 by A Rum Fellow I caught up with Lesley McShea at her ceramic studio in the heart of Stoke Newington, London. We have collaborated with Lesley to make the N16 Collection of bright, bold, and characterful ceramics. The vases are here and there will be more to come! I love … More The N16 Collection – with Stoke Newington potter Lesley McShea
Curators from the Petrie Museum were at the Stoke Newington Library today to take thumbprints as part of an upcoming exhibition on the work of psychologist and polymath Francis Galton.