12 Cutter Lane
July 5th, 6th, 7th, 12th, 13th, 2019
Flux Exhibition the leading event of Contemporary Art in London will be holding a Pop Up Exhibition at The Turing Tides Festival showcasing the work of 17 artists. Entry is Free and as a Tide special any customer who purchases an artwork gets a Limited Edition Print complimentary.
Turning Tides festival is a free music, arts and wellness festival for London. It celebrates the opening of London’s first linear park – designed by Diller Scofidio + Renfro the co-designers of Manhattan’s High Line.
Expect music curated by Village Underground – hosts of one of the most exciting nightlife scenes in East London – yoga by the riverfront, and an appearance by Sunday Assembly, a secular congregation that welcomes all and celebrates life through singing and inspiring talks, followed by tea and cake.
Choose your own moments of change. Lose yourself in music by the likes of Gaz Coombes, Nadine Shah, Laura Mvula and Kwabs, discover the present through meditation – all along London’s first riverside linear park at Greenwich Peninsula.
The full festival programme is coming soon. Line up includes:
FRI 5 JUL Sink the Pink // Yoko Ono’s Wish Tree Project (16.00-21.00)
SAT 6 JUL Morning Gloryville // Mulatu Astatke // Sundan Archives // MUBI // Robin Collective (11.00 – 20.00)
SUN 7 JUL Gaz Coombes // Eleanor Friedberger // Du Blonde (11.00 – 20.00)
FRI 12 JUL Tank and the Bangas // Le1f // Yoko Ono’s Wish Tree Project (16.00 – 21.00 Drinks Reception)
SAT 13 JUL Morning Gloryville // Oumou Sangare // James Holden and The Animal Spirits // Ah! Kosmos (11.00 – 20.00)
SUN 14 JUL The River Knows – a celebration of the metaphorical powers of the Thames and rivers everywhere. Featuring Dave Okumu, Laura Mvula, Nadine Shah, Kwabs, Beth Norton, Sam Amidon, Gruff Rhys, Rosie Lowe and more. (11.00-20.00)
North Greenwich Tube a few minutes walk from the O2