Our aim here at KweekWeek…to get you all exploring London’s vibrant art and culture scene! So check out our suggestions below, as we have come up with 5 fun ways to get arty in London this month!
London College of Fashion BA15 Exhibition
Ends 13 June. Free. Shoreditch High Street, E1 6PG
Fresh fashion talent covering every angle of today’s industry is coming together for the London College of Fashion BA15 exhibition. Housed together under one roof for the first time, all of LCF’s undergraduate courses will present the LCF BA15 generation as they emerge into their chosen fields.
You will get to see Designer Collections, Costume, Illustration, Photography, Journalism, Business, Beauty, Styling, Accessories, Jewellery, Footwear, Special Effects… new visions and ideas for the future of fashion!
The Brutalist Playground
10 June- 16 Aug. Free. Royal Institute of British Architects, 66 Portland Place, W1B 1AD
This summer, RIBA will present The Brutalist Playground – an exhibition that is part sculpture, part architectural installation, which invites people of all ages to come and play, the Brutalist way. Occupying the entire Architecture Gallery, the immersive landscape is a new commission by design and architecture collective Assemble and artist Simon Terrill.
As part of the London Festival of Architecture, The Brutalist Playground will be accompanied by a public programme of talks, debates and film screenings as well as workshops and events for families.
Hands-On Designer Workshop: Printed/Layered Skirts
27 June. £17.48. Belsize Lane, NW3 5AU
This is probably one of the most simple skirt designs you can make, just a strip of fabric and some elastic, but it’s so effective and they are the perfect Summer wardrobe staple!
This is a great project for both beginners and the more advanced and makes for a fun, creative day out!
Elizabeth Corkery: Pictures of Pieces @ Beers London
Ends 25 July. Free. Beers London, 1 Baldwin Street, EC1V 9NU
For Elizabeth Corkery’s first solo exhibition with Beers, the artist has selected works from the previous three years which all similarly address architecture, the reproduced image and the potentially fraught task of representing three dimensions in two.
24 July- 26 September. Free. Rosenfeld Porcini, 37 Rathbone Street, W1T 1NZ
Spazio Visivo, for their first solo show at Rosenfeld Porcini, have elaborated a retrospective of their artistic journey together; covering works made from 2007 to their latest creation made expressly for the exhibition, which has been inspired by Paolo Cavinato’s time spent in Shanghai’s prestigious Swatch Art Peace Hotel.
Themes of geometry and spatial relationships will be explored by the collaborative duo in what is set to be one of London’s most unique art exhibitions!
Likeness of Layla
Ends 13 June. Free. Lacey Contemporary Gallery, Clarendon Cross, W11 4AP
Katie Buckett specialises in hyper-real large-scale paintings. Originally from Ohio, Katie trained at the prestigious Pratt Institute in New York and played an important part in the growth of the Bushwick Arts scene after founding ‘Hospitium Collective’ – an artist owned and run gallery that nurtured emerging artists in the creative hub of Bushwick, New York.
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