'art/talking' is a venue based, monthly project, aimed at exploring the variety and depth of the London Contemporary Art Scene as well key themes in current contemporary art practice.
The next visit will be on Friday, 23 September from 2pm to 4pm and we will visit four young galleries around Fitzrovia:
123 Charring Cross Road
London WC2H 0EW
BLUES FOR THE ORIENT
THE CYPRESS BROKE
Banu Cennetoglu & Shiri Zinn, David Douard, Ian Law, Sidsel Meineche, Ulrike Muller, Adam Putman, Leslie Thornton
16-18 Berners Street
London W1T 3LN
Dorothea Tanning: Flower Paintings
56 – 57 Eastcastle Street
London W1W 8EQ
Basel Abbas and Ruanne Abou-Rahme: And yet my mask is powerful
54 Eastcastle Street
London W1W 8EF
Rachel Rose: Lake Valley
As usual, we will approach each exhibition with a specific approach to generate discussion and in some cases we will have the chance to speak to the gallerists and expand our dialogue.
We will meet at Rodeo at 2pm.
For further information please contact Nadia on email@example.com.
Thank you for letting me know if you will attend this visit by 18 September.
£30.00 per person payable on the day by cheque or cash.
Or online via paypal:
SAVE THE DATES FOR FUTURE VISITS (2016): October Frieze week (visit to be confirmed), Friday, 11th November, Friday, 2nd December (visits will usually take place in the afternoon, but occasionally they might be in the mornings.)
We will visit collections, foundations, institutions, artist studios, galleries, alternative spaces and artist-run spaces and each visit will be announced via email and on DeTnk.
The visits are choreographed and led by Naida. Her approach is conversationalist and participatory and visits will culminate in discussions and conversations around a particular topic supported by her research and experience in the field.
Nadia Berri is an artist and artist educator. She teaches at Sotheby's Institute of Art, Tate, Bow Arts, Frieze and Christie's Educational Studies. She also runs Art Salon at Siegfried Contemporary once a year, puts on improvised plays and together with Ben Faga, runs HOUSERULES - a platform for spontaneous artistic experimentation in a nomadic state. Nadia has also worked in commercial contemporary galleries - from Anthony d'Offay to Modern Art - for over 10 years before she dedicated her whole time to her own art practice and teaching.