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Camden Arts Centre
Contemporary art exhibitions and education since 1965.
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Camden Arts Centre 3h
: A Tale of Mother's Bones and Jonathan Baldock: Facecrime close this Sunday! Visit us tonight - our galleries, bookshop, garden & café are open until 9.00pm
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Camden Arts Centre 21h
: Midsummer’s Night: Join us for an evening of free events and music exploring , and in relation to our current exhibitions 🍃 Friday, 21 June, 7.00 - 10.00pm
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Camden Arts Centre Jun 18
Haven't seen the current shows yet? Join us for a Breakfast Viewing this Thursday morning ✨ There will be a short introduction to the exhibitions by Camden Arts Centre Director Martin Clark and artist Jonathan Baldock at 9.00am. RSVP:
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Camden Arts Centre Jun 17
It's the final week of 'A Tale of Mother’s Bones: Grace Pailthorpe, Reuben Mednikoff and the Birth of Psychorealism' and Jonathan Baldock: Facecrime. Don't miss it!
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paintbritain Jun 16
A Tale of Mother’s Bones Arkwright Road London NW3 6DG Ends 23 June Dr. Grace Pailthorpe & Reuben Mednikoff, began collaborating on a project that would bring together art, writing & psychoanalysis in an attempt to create a better society
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Tabish Khan Jun 16
No week is complete without my ✨Top7️⃣✨ shows to see on . This week we have a mustachioed tiger and a man tied to a lamp post:
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FVU Jun 16
Wong Ping: Heart Digger opening 5 July . Wong Ping creates digital and sculptural works that reveal very human, and often universal fantasies, through absurd narratives that draw anecdotally from his own social encounters.
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Camden Arts Centre Jun 16
Our Family Takeovers are suitable for of all ages and materials are provided of charge! Join us today from 2.00pm
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Camden Arts Centre Jun 16
Dr. Hope Wolf presents a talk expanding on themes and ideas within 'A Tale of Mother's Bones: Grace Pailthorpe, Reuben Mednikoff, and the Birth of Psychorealism'. Weds 19 June from 7.00pm Book:
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Camden Arts Centre Jun 15
We've just released a second round of free tickets for the Introductory Talk with Jason Andrew, Wong Ping & George Vasey on Thursday 4 July. Book here:
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Camden Arts Centre Jun 15
Join us for an viewing of our current exhibitions. There will be a short introduction by artist Jonathan Baldock and Camden Arts Centre Director Martin Clark at 9.00am, Thursday 21. RSVP:
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Camden Arts Centre Jun 14
Interested in ? Our Youth Collective members have the opportunity to apply to a six-week ! This will include studio visits with curatorial staff, access to space & materials and an end of residency showcase. Every Saturday from 2.30pm
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Camden Arts Centre Jun 14
A Tale of Mother's Bones and Jonathan Baldock: Facecrime close on Sunday 23 June. Don't miss it!
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DARK YELLOW D🌕T Jun 12
for Youth Collective Residency with ! Youth Collective is a space for young people aged 15 – 25 to meet + encounter visual arts in a welcoming environment with the aim to help them build a creative future. Deadline 26 June.
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Artquest Jun 11
Thinking of applying to our 2019 at ? Read about the 2018 awardees here: . awards £1,800 for artists to run 6 peer mentoring group sessions. Apply here: . Deadline 10am 17th June.
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ActionSpace Jun 12
ActionSpace artist is into his second week of being the Resident Artist at Using textiles, wood and rope Andrew has already transformed the space into an immersive environment! Image: Andrew Omoding at Camden Arts Centre
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Camden Arts Centre Jun 12
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ "It’s just like spying on someone’s therapy session: fascinating, horrifying, and – most of all – worryingly relatable." Read 's review of A Tale of Mother's Bones
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Pace Gallery Jun 10
The first UK exhibition of works by celebrated American painter , "Flying Bye" at highlights vibrant, monumental, multi-panel and three-dimensional paintings and innovative works on paper from the 1980s and early 1990s.
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Camden Arts Centre Jun 11
'One wonders if themselves will one day be perceived the way we perceive ancient cuneiform text? Were they a language? Or perhaps some form of currency?' - Chris Sharp. : closes Sunday 23 June 🤣😍
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Camden Arts Centre Jun 10
According to , this watercolour implied a memory of bed-wetting. The fire-breathing dragon at the centre was Mednikoff’s mother, guarding the child from his father who will punish him.
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