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Dulwich Picture Gallery – September events

Exhibitions & Displays Ribera: Art of Violence 26 September 2018 – 27 January 2019 Ribera: Art of Violence will be the first UK show of work by the Spanish Baroque artist and printmaker, Jusepe de Ribera (1591-1652), bringing together his most sensational, shocking and masterfully composed work. This exhibition will explore for the first time the theme of violence in Ribera’s work to demonstrate how his images are neither the product of his supposed sadism nor the expression of a purely aesthetic interest, but rather involve a complex artistic, religious and cultural engagement in the depiction of bodily suffering – challenging visitors to look beyond the shocking imagery. Lectures & Talks Contextual Lectures Series Tuesdays, 10.30 – 11.45am, £12; £10 Friends & Concessions After the 2017 bicentenary series that looked back on the Gallery’s origins, in this new series accomplished authorities will speculate on how the wider future might look a generation from now across politics, social change, engineering, banking, law and popular culture. Environment, Climate & a Just Future 18 September with Professor Liz Fisher, Professor of Environmental Law, University of Oxford Democracies have many choices …

An Exhibition by South London Women Artists

Over 20 female artists have their say on a blank canvas on the subject of coercive control and sexual abuse. The canvases are assembled into billboards, to create a ‘wall of unity’. Traditionally used for advertising, often objectifying women, the billboards serve as a reclaimed space where the female voice can be heard. The look of the billboards will depend entirely on the artists and their interpretation of the brief, making this exhibition truly exciting. The ‘Weinstein Ripple Effect’ and campaigns such as ‘Me Too’ have raised public awareness of sexual abuse and encouraged open conversation. Abuse can be subtle, coercive and manipulative or it can be overt, violent and explosive. It can be shrouded in silence and hidden within plain sight, or can erupt into our awareness through news stories and scandals. How do we change the culture of victim blaming and what can be done to end violence against women? The idea for using billboards references, SaveArtSpace:The Future is Female, The Guerrilla Girls, and ideas explored in the film Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri. …

Dulwich Picture Gallery – April events

Exhibitions David Milne: Modern Painting A major exhibition of one of Canada’s greatest modern painters, David Milne (1882-1953). It will showcase, for the first time in the UK, a wide selection of his oil paintings alongside watercolours, drawings and photographs, to reveal an artist of true originality and vision. Now to 7 May Rediscover: Tiepolo’s ‘Joseph Receiving Pharoah’s Ring’  Rediscover one of Dulwich Picture Gallery’s finest masterpieces: Joseph Receiving Pharaoh’s Ring by Giambattista Tiepolo (1696–1770). Since 2016, this painting has been the focus of a major conservation project, with the help of X-rays, this display explores the changes the artist made during the course of its production. Now to 3 June Gallery Lates Wilderness 20 April, 6-10pm, £12, £10 Friends & Concessions Inspired by David Milne: Modern Painting and Milne’s way of isolated living and his immersion in the natural world, Mother Nature will be our muse as we examine the wilderness in art. Enjoy talks and tastings with professional forager, James Wood, nature-based workshops, and an experiential tour created by contemporary music and arts organisation Collective 31. Lectures & Talks Into The Wild Lecture Series: In Conversation: Art …

MINDSCAPES opens at bo.lee gallery

 “One source of the sublime is the infinity” Edmund Burke bo.lee gallery presents a show that explores liminal spaces – a place somewhere between one that exists and one that is conjured up in our minds eye. Time, light and narrative can evoke new meaning in a landscape, taking you from somewhere that is calm and inviting to a place that you might not want to inhabit alone. Saad Qureshi’s sculpture and drawings explores mental and physical landscapes; his work poetically probes cultural belonging, interconnectedness and separation through scale, material, and metaphor. Fascinated by memory and time, and how they affect landscapes – both internal and external – he seeks to deconstruct stereotypes and subvert narrow notions of belonging. Three dimensional landscapes presented in wooden drawers create worlds within a world, taking literal and metaphorical compartments, playing with scale, and examining their relation to the viewer. Patrick Jacobs produces miniature sculptures of hyper-realistic environments embedded into walls and viewed through glass portholes. Viewed at close range, his works are lit from within, revealing themselves with …

Mum Before Me: an exhibition inspired by our mothers

Mum Before Me Jeannie Avent Gallery 14 North Cross Road, SE22 9EU 8-13 March 2018 11am-5pm Who was your mum before you were born? This is the question that has inspired an exhibition – Mum Before Me – at Jeannie Avent Gallery in which eighteen artists explore the lives of the women who became their mothers. The exhibition opens on International Women’s Day, Thursday 8th March, and on the following Sunday, 11 March at 3pm, there is a celebration at the gallery of Mother’s Day with performances by the Rye Poets, other voices and Caroline Gregory. Everyone is welcome. There will be a special drawing by Gill Day on the gallery’s windows. Participating artists, each with a unique story to tell visually and in text, are: Helen Adie, Julie Bennett, Jackie Brown, Joan Byrne, Gill Day, Lulu Ditzel, Gin Dunscombe, Edori Fertig, Rebecca Fortnum, Tracey Francis, Pia Goddard, Caroline Gregory, Liz Honeybone, Helen Ireland, Leona Mitchell, Jacqueline Utley, Cynthia Wild, Caroline Wright. SaveSave SaveSave SaveSave SaveSave