Prepare yourselves for a week of art; there are some incredible exhibitions which should be in everyone's diaries. Ending this week are two exhibitions focusing on art surrounding the social changes in the 50's and 60's - From the Vapor of Gasoline and Soul of a Nation close this weekend.
This talk, which forms part of the EUROPA Connecting Ideas Across Borders series, looks at the work and thoughts coming out of Germany and Switzerland. Speakers include members of award-winning Christ & Gantenbein, Sauter von Moos,(Switzerland) Bel, and Leeser (Germany). Between them they have contributed to the renovations, extensions, and development of Zurich, Paris, Berlin, and Basel to name just a few.
London's most creative urban neighbourhood, Shoreditch, is known for it’s young designers, craft beer, and for its unprecedented transformation from neglected ex-industrial land to vibrant creative hub. This walking tour will explore this ever-changing area, and the most recent additions from Foster+Partners, Adjaye Associates, Gensler, and AHMM.
Returning again to fill the Square Mile with public art is Sculpture in the City. This influx of artworks among the financial district's high rise buildings draws in visitors, and utilises one of the most recongised cityscapes as canvas.
Returning after its success in 2016, this exhibition was "born out of the knowledge that there are too many good photographers out there with great images not being shown to the world". Get yourself down to this short but sweet showcase to see work with subjects ranging from architecture to lifestyle.
Another short exhibition this week celebrates CASS artwork from over 175 artists, including workshops and demonstrations. It's worth visiting, especially if you're visiting Soul of a Nation at the nearby TATE Modern.
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