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Josef Frank

London,Fashion and Textile Museum28 Jan - 7 May
Explore the work of designer and artist Josef Frank (1885-1967) in the first-ever UK exhibition of his textiles. The Austrian-born architect moved to Sweden in 1933, where he developed his colourful brand of modernism, working with Estrid Ericson on furniture, glassware, lighting and interior design ideas. Together they redefined what is regarded as Swedish Modern. This exhibition in association with Millesgården, Stockholm highlights Frank’s vibrant fabric designs for Svenskt Tenn alongside a number of his previously unknown watercolours.
Bruegel: Defining a Dynasty

Bruegel: Defining a Dynasty

Bath,The Holburne Museum11 Feb - 4 Jun
The Holburne Museum is proud to announce the UK’s first exhibition devoted to the Bruegel dynasty, including recent attributions for two paintings from the Museum’s own collection. Bruegel: Defining a Dynasty unravels the complex Bruegel family tree, revealing the originality and diversity of Antwerp’s famous artistic dynasty across four generations through 35 works, including masterpieces from the National Gallery, Royal Collection Trust, the National Trust, the Fitzwilliam Museum, the Ashmolean Museum and the Barber Institute of Fine Arts. A key…
poetry periscope st pancras

Poetry Periscope

London,St Pancras International27 Feb - 27 May
St Pancras International welcomes the Poetry Periscope as it reaches the last stop of its year long, national tour! The Poetry Periscope will reside in St Pancras for the next three months, allowing commuters and visitors the chance to enjoy a host of poetry from Els Moors, Jackie Kay and Jan Wagner (among many more) as they pass through the station. The Poetry Periscope reminds us who we are and what we would like to be, regardless of where we come from, through the…
"Loved" by Barbara Jurkovšek

“Loved” by Barbara Jurkovšek

London,Embassy of Slovenia8 Mar - 28 Mar
The Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia in London presents an exhibition by Slovene artist Barbara Jurkovšek. “Loved” is a series of works on burlap that are using calligraphic and typographic elements of the images of flowers and embryos that indirectly relate to the question of human existence and its eternal craving for immortality. Artworks in the series “Loved” were created in facing with kitsch, science and art with sociological, psychological and wider society issues. They serve as diary entries and…
Collective Exhibition: Mihri Müşfik and Istanbul

Collective Exhibition: Mihri Müşfik and Istanbul

London,Yunus Emre Enstitüsü London9 Mar - 30 Mar
  Yunus Emre Enstitüsü – London and the Turkish Embassy are collaborating with the Turkish Culture & Tourism Office and the Association of Turkish Women in Britain, for the Contemporary Turkish Art Collective Exhibition entitled “Mihri Müşfik and Istanbul” This captivating exhibition will take place between 9th – 30th March 2017 at the Yunus Emre Enstitüsü – London with the participation of the Istanbul Women Painters Society, which was founded by artist and art researcher Nilgün Sarp to honour the memory of Mihri Müşfik Hanım. In 1917, Mihri…
Flâneur: New Urban Narratives

Flâneur: New Urban Narratives

Derby,Cathedral Green23 Mar - 24 Apr
Flâneur: New Urban Narratives is a network project based on an international partnership of some 20 organisations from 11 different countries, led by Procur.arte, a cultural association based in Lisbon. Its main purpose is to carry out artistic interventions in public spaces through contemporary photography. Three years and 13 partner cities later, Flâneur will present the finale of the pan-European at FORMAT, Derby, UK. Flâneur by Derby comprises 26 commissions completed over the past three years, plus a spectacular outdoor show of lightboxes including…
Waddington Custot: Colour is

Waddington Custot: Colour is

London,Waddington Custot28 Mar
Waddington Custot is pleased to present ‘Colour is’, a group exhibition which focuses on the wide-ranging and sometimes contradictory investigations of colour by artists from the mid-twentieth century to the present. The exhibition draws together painting and sculpture from an international group of artists who consider colour central to their practice: Etel Adnan, Josef Albers, David Annesley, David Batchelor, Anthony Caro, Ian Davenport, Paul Feeley, Sam Gilliam, Peter Halley, John Hoyland, Donald Judd, Joseph Kosuth, Kenneth Noland, Hélio Oiticica, Yuko…
Transfashional Lab Opening Event

Transfashional Lab

London,Austrian Cultural Forum London28 Mar
Ahead of London Fashion Week, Austrian Cultural Forum of London presents an exhibition exploring the intersection between fashion and art. Featuring artists and designers from Austria, Poland and the UK the exhibition explores the ways in which art and fashion can shape new positions and contribute to current social, economic, cultural and environmental debates. The pieces on display are more than just wearable and functional items; they can be seen as tools for reflection, experimentation and self-expression. The exhibition, conceived…
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Le Misanthrope

London,Cine Lumiere29 Mar
The Institut français du Royaume-Uni presents a Theatre Broadcast of “Le Misanthrope” from La Comédie-Française. In this take on Molière’s greatest classic, starring Loïc Corbery as Alceste, the characters are placed outside a mansion that is being renovated instead of the cosy setting of a salon. The set is a moving space, a metaphor for what, according to the director, the repertoire should be “evolving, completely of its century but nourished by previous centuries and already turning to the coming…
Guitarrísimo: Eduardo Martín & Ahmed Dickinson Cárdenas

Guitarrísimo: Eduardo Martín & Ahmed Dickinson Cárdenas

London,St Peters Church29 Mar
When Cuban guitarist Ahmed Dickinson Cárdenas first heard the music of fellow countryman Eduardo Martín he felt euphoric. Martín’s style has an expansive sense of freedom that taps into pre Columbus traditions, jazz, flamenco, pop, Afro and traditional Cuban. The guitar is his favored instrument to mirror the melodic and rhythmic intricacies of the America’s cultural diversity. Before moving to England, Dickinson Cárdenas took lessons with Eduardo and their friendship, idiosyncratic empathy and mutual respect has since transformed into a…
"Neruda" Film Screening + Poetry Reading

“Neruda” Film Screening + Poetry Reading

London,Cine Lumiere30 Mar
Institut Français du Royaume-Uni presents a screening of the 2016 film, ‘Neruda’ featuring Gael García Bernal, followed by a poetry reading. The screening will be preceded by an introduction by author-biographer Adam Feinstein and an on-stage poetry reading in Spanish of Neruda’s texts by Jorge de Juan and Nickolas Grace. It’s 1948 and the Cold War has reached Chile. An inspector (Gael García Bernal) is assigned to hunt down the Chilean poet Pablo Neruda, who becomes a fugitive in his…

All About Piano

London,Institut français in London31 Mar - 2 Apr
All About Piano! returns to the Institut français for its 5th edition, with a programme as exciting as ever: from concerts to talks, cine-concerts, masterclasses, free tuitions, kids’ activities and even an art exhibition: there is an event to suit all! Come and join us for three days of music and fun.
Architecture and Gardening: Sister Arts - English and Czech Perspectives

Architecture and Gardening: Sister Arts – English and Czech Perspectives

Buckingham,Stowe School5 Apr - 7 Apr
Join the Stowe House for two-day seminar looking at the resurgence of two key historic estates: Stowe in the United Kingdom and Lednice-Valtice in the Czech Republic. With lectures from leading experts in the field, this seminar with guided tours will draw together ideas and experiences from two countries to establish links and best practice.
Egypt and Czech Egyptologists

Egypt and Czech Egyptologists

London,Embassy of the Slovak Republic5 Apr
This lecture by Suzanne Bojtos of Birkbeck College highlights the important but little-known contribution made by Czech archaeologists to the study of Ancient Egypt. Beautifully illustrated, this lecture is based on the life and work of Prof. Jaroslav Černý, a student of František Lexa in Prague during the First Republic. Černý spent many years excavating Deir el Medina, the village housing the craftsmen who cut and decorated the tombs in the Valley of the Kings. His studies of hieroglyphs and expertise in various aspects of the…
Pauline Viardot's "Cendrillon"

Pauline Viardot’s “Cendrillon”

London,Leighton House Museum5 Apr
As part of the Season devoted to women and their role as composers and the inspirations for operatic pieces, we bring a work by a lady who filled both of those roles. Pauline Viardot was a key 19th century singer, inspecting roles and music from her composer friends Berlioz, Chopin, saint-saëns and Meyerbeer. She devoted herself to not only creating new roles, but historical research into music of the baroque and classical periods. Her salon performances enabled listeners, such as…
Lenka Dusilova at O2 Academy Islington

Lenka Dusilova at O2 Academy Islington

London,O2 Academy Islington7 Apr
Having won several awards in the Czech Republic, charismatic singer-songwriter Lenka Dusilová brings her own style of brave, innovative pop to the UK. Lenka is not used to stagnation and repeating herself. She became an extraordinary phenomenon of the Czech music scene, moving from the position of a rock star to peculiar expression, freely receiving impulses from various styles as well as extra musical experiences. Lenka Dusilová has won six annual Anděl awards (Czech equivalent of Grammy). She has been active…
"Around" by Race Horse Company

“Around” by Race Horse Company

Barnsley,Barnsley Civic9 Apr
Arriving with a caravan of hobby horses, two acrobats transform an empty stage into a charming circus with the help of a band of musicians. This plucky circus troupe’s quirky show begins with a monkey playing guitar. Elephants and snakes are conjured out of thin air, twinkling soap bubbles float in half-light, an underwater diver flips and twists in front of your eyes. There is juggling, sword swallowing, hula hooping, acrobatics and clowning, all performed to live music. Around  is a…
Pavla and Lucia Sceranková: Surface Tensions

Pavla and Lucia Sceranková: Surface Tensions

London,Pump House Gallery12 Apr
The first major UK exhibition of new and existing pieces by Pavla and Lucia Sceranková brings together a body of work reflecting the constellations of visual, material and conceptual references that inform their practices. Highly responsive to context, the sister duo have developed the show in response to the unique architecture of the Pump House Gallery and its setting in Battersea Park. Pavla Scerankova’s sculptural installations and video-performances are characterised by minimalism, subtle humour and sensitive relation to their surroundings, playfully…
Poetry Reading: Celebrating Neruda

Poetry Reading: Celebrating Neruda

London,Instituto Cervantes London – new address off the Strand19 Apr
Following the UK release of the film “Neruda” by Pablo Larraín, the Instituto Cervantes and the Association of Cultural Attaches of Latin America, Spain and Portugal (ACALASP) presents a bilingual reading of poems by the great poet and Nobel Prize winner. Before that reading, the hispanist, writer and translator Adam Feinstein will offer an introduction. Feinstein’s biography Pablo Neruda: A passion for life (Bloomsbury 2004, 2013) was described by Harold Pinter as a “masterpiece”. Also in 2013, Feinstein launched Cantalao, a bi-annual…

Ireland International Conference on Education (IICE-2017)

Dublin,Clayton Hotel Ballsbridge24 Apr - 27 Apr
Ireland International Conference on Education (IICE-2017) April 24-27, 2017 Clayton Hotel Ballsbridge Dublin, Ireland http://www.iicedu.org ******************************************************************* The IICE is an international refereed conference dedicated to the advancement of the theory and practices in education. The IICE promotes collaborative excellence between academicians and professionals from Education. The aim of IICE is to provide an opportunity for academicians and professionals from various educational fields with cross-disciplinary interests to bridge the knowledge gap, promote research esteem and the evolution of pedagogy. The IICE…
“The Composer and His Muse: the great women behind great men”

“The Composer and His Muse: the great women behind great men”

London,Caversham Room, Cadogan Hall25 Apr
The operatic canon overflows with male composers, and there is no shortage of female roles. Today’s lecture explores the relationships between some exceptional women and the composers who, inspired by their talents, wrote for them. The links have been wide ranging – from the familial such as Mozart and the four Weber sisters, marital in the case of Rossini and his famous wife Isabella Colbran, to the amorous in the case of Puccini’s multiple affairs. In each of these examples,…

“Wolf Moon”: The Spanish Civil War and resistance as literary inspiration

London,Conway Hall26 Apr
Instituto Cervantes presents a talk by author Julio Llamazares on the creation of his book, “Wolf Moon”. Llamazares will be in conversation with Dr. Gareth Wood from UCL on the Spanish Civil war and resistance as literary inspiration. Julio Llamazares is a renowned poet, novelist, essayist and Spanish journalist. Luna de Lobos (1985) was his first novel, in which he recounts the lives of four Republican fugitives who have taken refuge from the implacable persecution of the troops of Franco in the remote…
Shifting Landscapes

“Shifting Landscapes” at Sophia Contemporary

London,Sophia Contemporary Gallery28 Apr - 23 Jun
Sophia Contemporary is proud to present Shifting Landscapes, a group show of contemporary American artists exploring abstraction through painting, photography and sculpture. Featuring six artists – Afruz Amighi, Iva Gueorguieva, Herman Mejia, Amir Nikravan, Holton Rower and Hannah Whitaker – the exhibition reflects on the evolving nature of American art. Casting a light on the diversity of contemporary approaches to abstraction, the works explore the artists’ impact on the landscape of art and American culture, across generations and disciplines. Sophia…
“Fiction’s Fallen Women: from page to stage – Violetta & Manon"

“Fiction’s Fallen Women: from page to stage – Violetta & Manon”

London,Caversham Room, Cadogan Hall2 May
Prévost’s L’Histoire du chevalier des Grieux et de Manon Lescaut made an outrageous appearance on the literary scene in 1731 detailing the exploits of the young, beautiful, and morally incorrigible Manon. Banned in France for its scandalous depiction of this unrepentant libertarian of a woman the novel became very popular and pirated editions were widely distributed. Manon’s love, won and lost with the wheel of Fortune, is presented as capricious, addictive and impossible. Indeed, upon reading Prévost’s novel in Dumas’…
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