Circa brings their new show Beyond to London Wonderground, aftter the success of How Like An Angel stunned audiences.
In Circa's new show, enter the deliciously surreal world of Beyond, where Rubik's cubes and white rabbits meld with jaw-dropping acrobatics as bodies fly and tumble through a curiouser and curiouser universe.
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This exhibition focuses on Paul Coldwell's work in printmaking over the last twenty years, both as an artist and researcher. The works on display explore relationship to objects through memory and space, reflecting Coldwell's interest in integrating traditional printmaking techniques with digital technologies.
Paul Coldwell is Professor of Fine Art at the University… Read More
In 1959, the legendary saxophonist Ronnie Scott opened the door to a small basement club in London’s west end where local musicians could jam. Today, it is one of the world’s most famous jazz clubs attracting packed houses and the biggest names in jazz and popular music and Ronnie Scott&rsquo… Read More
Strange Interlude follows a family in the aftermath of World War I, focussing on Nina. Shattered when the love of her life is killed in the war and haunted by their unconsummated passion, Nina escapes her jealous Ivy League father and embarks on a series of tawdry sexual escapades until, cajoled by her appalled,… Read More
Discover the exotic and distant lands of Masai Mara in Kenya through the photography of Roger Hooper. Remaining his favourite location Hooper says, “...there really is nowhere else like it in the world for the combination of wildlife, breathtaking landscape and light.” And his photography is certainly a testimate… Read More
“You only get a few goes. At life. You don’t get endless goes. Two, three goes maybe. When you hit the right groove you’ll click right in there… this is it”
Off the back of a highly successful run of The Weir, Conor McPherson's latest play comes… Read More
French sculptor Etienne Viard's work comes to the UK for the first time in this exhibition at the Piper Gallery. Having begun his career as a ceramicist, Viard now works solely in steel, with the harmony of his pieces always uneasy, on the verge of implosion or unravelling. Chaos is held in balance.
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Ray Wise uniquely takes his photographs of the Thames from its foreshore at low tide, a process which requires timing and forward planning for the unpredictable British weather. This exhibition showcases his collection several years in the making, offering unique views of London from a brand new perspective.
This exhibition takes place at a number… Read More