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Cultural Diaries

Old Brompton Gallery
238 Old Brompton Rd
London
SW5 0DE

27th November to 1st December (11am – 7pm)
Private view: 26th November, 6 – 9pm
Artist Talk: 28th November, 7pm


 

The launch of our most dynamic exhibition to date. Experience the artistic journey of four international artists in collaboration.

This November, we are bringing together the work of four exceptional international artists. We can’t wait to show you the incredible portraits of Milenna Saraiva; the abstract-expressionist visions of KV Duong; the ethereal, pyrographic landscapes of Michelle Loa Kum Cheung; and the dynamic urban narratives of Tom Cox.

Our goal was to bring together our favourite emerging and established artists of 2019 and put on our most ambitious exhibition to date. This has led to an inspired collaboration which explores ideas of migration and identity, whilst simultaneously offering the viewer a fresh perspective to reflect upon their own cultural experiences.

This exhibition will feature a range of artistic techniques, including pyrography, body painting, speed painting and more. Expect materials such as wood, oil, acrylic, gold leaf, ink and spray paint.

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Private view

Join us on Tuesday 26th November 6 – 9pm at the launch of Cultural Diaries, meet the artists, get exclusive access to their latest artworks and enjoy complementary drinks.

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/cultural-diaries-private-view-tickets-75583007811

Artist Talk with Q&A

Join Milenna Saraiva, Michelle Loa Kum Cheung, KV Duong and Tom Cox on Thursday 28th December at 7pm as they discuss their experiences which have shaped and influenced their artistic practices today.

  1. Learn what it takes to set yourself up in a new country as an artist – learning from scratch.
  2. Get insight into the business of being an artist.
  3. Understand how to thread a narrative through your work.
  4. Understand the application processes which can be indispensable to your career.

The talk will commence at 7pm and run for approximately 40 minutes followed by an audience Q&A with drinks and nibbles, and a chance to chat one on one with the artists. There will also be goodie bags, kindly provided by @greatart

Doors open all day. Limited tickets, RSVP required

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/cultural-diaries-artist-talk-with-qa-tickets-78409347469

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