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  • OPEN STUDIOS and ART EXHIBITION 2 -4 JUNE 2017

    OPENING NIGHT:
    FRIDAY 2nd JUNE.  6pm - 10pm.

    OPENING TIMES:
    SATURDAY & SUNDAY 3rd & 4th JUNE.  2pm - 6pm.

    Free Entry / Interactive Music / Bar on Friday / Complimentary Tea/Coffee on Saturday & Sunday


    ART RAFFLE:
    A chance to win a £250 Voucher Prize which can be used to buy work(s) in artists’ studios or to commission new work. The prize voucher does not have a cash value. The raffle will be drawn on the main landing at 5pm Sunday 5th June.


    UNDERGROUND
    Seven Sisters/Tottenham Hale
    Victoria Line (Approx. 5 minutes walk)

    OVERGROUND
    Seven Sisters/Tottenham Hale (Approx. 5 minutes walk)
    South Tottenham (Approx. 7 minutes walk)

    BUSES
    41, 76,123, 149,192, 230,
    243, 259, 279, 318, 349, W4

    FREE CAR PARK

    E-mail studios@euroart.co.uk for an e-mail copy of the event leaflet.

    EUROART STUDIOS - Affordable workspaces for the arts:
    Euroart is North London’s largest artist-led studios group providing attractive studios at affordable rates. The complex of 70 studios boasts an eclectic mix of talented artists and fosters: networking and collaboration, exhibition and critique opportunities and information and advice. With major regeneration already underway, Tottenham is fast becoming increasingly attractive - not least to artists moving in from surrounding areas like Shoreditch and Dalston. University of the Arts has also recognised the area’s swift links to Central Saint Martins and London College of Fashion with a Halls of Residence in the area. Meanwhile, a range of shops, restaurants and other amenities can also be found nearby.

  • OPEN STUDIOS and ART EXHIBITION 3 -5 JUNE 2016


    OPENING NIGHT:
    FRIDAY 3 JUNE.  6pm - 10pm.

    OPENING TIMES:
    SATURDAY & SUNDAY 4th & 5th JUNE.  2pm - 6pm.

    Free Entry / Interactive Music / Bar on Friday / Complimentary Tea/Coffee on Saturday & Sunday


    GUEST CURATOR:
    Euroart Studios is delighted to announce that Dr Daniel Barnes, philosopher, critic, educator and cultural commentator has agreed to be our first guest curator.

    He has selected 16 artists for a series of three guided tours of their studios, with one tour each open day as follows:
    Friday 3rd June        8.00 pm.
    Saturday 4th June   3.30 pm.
    Sunday 5th June      3.30 pm.

    Each tour will last an hour and begin with a short introductory talk by Dr Barnes about the exhibition he has curated of the selected artists’ works in the main public areas of Euroart.

    Dr Daniel Barnes
    Philosopher, Teacher, Curator.
    Writer: State Media, Aesthetica, Winq, FAD Magazine.
    www.danielbarnes.org


    ART RAFFLE:
    A chance to win a £250 Voucher Prize which can be used to buy work(s) in artists’ studios or to commission new work. The prize voucher does not have a cash value. The raffle will be drawn on the main landing at 5pm Sunday 5th June.


    UNDERGROUND
    Seven Sisters/Tottenham Hale
    Victoria Line (Approx. 5 minutes walk)

    OVERGROUND
    Seven Sisters/Tottenham Hale (Approx. 5 minutes walk)
    South Tottenham (Approx. 7 minutes walk)

    BUSES
    41, 76,123, 149,192, 230,
    243, 259, 279, 318, 349, W4

    FREE CAR PARK

    E-mail studios@euroart.co.uk for an e-mail copy of the event leaflet.

    EUROART STUDIOS - Affordable workspaces for the arts:
    Euroart is North London’s largest artist-led studios group providing attractive studios at affordable rates. The complex of 70 studios boasts an eclectic mix of talented artists and fosters: networking and collaboration, exhibition and critique opportunities and information and advice. With major regeneration already underway, Tottenham is fast becoming increasingly attractive - not least to artists moving in from surrounding areas like Shoreditch and Dalston. University of the Arts has also recognised the area’s swift links to Central Saint Martins and London College of Fashion with a Halls of Residence in the area. Meanwhile, a range of shops, restaurants and other amenities can also be found nearby.

     

  • Here Comes the Flood curated by Daniel Barnes

    It all begins with a parable. Imagine the Old Testament God had decided to send a great flood to wipe out the immoral people of Tottenham. In the manner of a 21st century Noah, curator Daniel Barnes is charged with the task of building an ark and saving the artists. And, as per Genesis, he takes two of ‘each kind’ of artist so that, when the waters clear and the panic subsides, art history may be repopulated and restarted in the Promised Land…

    And so the artists shall be exhibited two by two. There is an aesthetic logic and conceptual rigor to the pairings: on the one hand, two artists have been paired because they are superficially similar; but on the other hand, they contradict and juxtapose one another, entering into dialogue on an artistic theme, idea or method. It all ends with magic.

    Anya BEAUMONT + Nural MOSER
    Site-specific installations that renegotiate the poetics of space.

    Gary MYATT + David GADEKE
    Explorations of the phenomenological strife or harmony of the mind and body.

    Stephanie HERBERT + Annie ZAMERO
    Glimmers of memory, traces of humanity in mere shadows or iconic tokens.

    Lorraine CLARKE + Crow DILLON-PARKIN
    Sculptural interventions into the pervasive mythologies of modernity.

    Jon DOUBLEDAY + Jeremy BURNS
    Abstract painting stretched between the logic of geometry and spirit.

    Judy CLARKSON + Geoff GUNBY
    Portraits of men and women whose worlds are not exhausted by representation.

    Ellie SPAFFORD + Anne ADAMSON
    Landscape along the lines of fiction and reality, where feeling follows form.

    Russell CHATER + SHUSTER & MOSELEY
    All the world in a fourfold of light and glass, space and shadow.

    Here Comes the Flood is presented by Euroart Studios:
    With the special assistance of Annie Zamero

    Contact: Daniel Barnes, daniel@danielbarnes.org

    A group exhibition by 16 Euroartists as part of Euroart’s Open Studios.

    OPENING NIGHT:
    FRIDAY 3 JUNE.  6pm - 10pm.

    OPENING TIMES:
    SATURDAY & SUNDAY 4th & 5th JUNE.  2pm - 6pm.

    Guided tours by the curator:
    Friday 20:00.
    Saturday & Sunday 15:30.

     Image: Gary Myatt, Maquette for Raft Composition, aluminium, wood and clay, 2016

  • Season's Greetings
    From the artists of Euroart Studios.
  • Call For Artists: The Other Art Fair 2016

    Euroart is pleased to announce that we have become a studio partner to The Other Art Fair 2016.

    The 11th edition of the fair will return to the magnificent Victoria House in the heart of Bloomsbury, 7-10 April 2016. This prestigious space allows for the development of greater curation of the fair, and hence the overall visitor experience, to produce the best edition of The Other Art Fair yet.

    The Other Art Fair continues to grow within the art world. The 10th edition in October 2015 welcomed over 14,000 visitors and attracted representatives from over 200 leading contemporary galleries and art organisations such as Tate, Blain Southern, Sotheby's Institute, Rosenfeld Porcini, Gazelli Art House, White Cube, Christie's, Lisson Gallery and Hauser & Wirth. Many artists have been approached about public and private commissions as well as post-fair sales and gallery collaborations. All of which is testament to London's desire for direct access to cutting edge work.

    Apply now!
    Deadline: Friday 15th January 2016
    There is no application fee. Stand fees start at £925+VAT.


    After the huge number of applications for the 2015 fair, TOAF are limiting the number of applications and cannot accept more entries once the quota of 500 is reached. Selection will be made on a rolling basis: the earlier you apply, the earlier you can be notified of the result - and hopefully confirm your place at the biggest edition of The Other Art Fair yet.

  • Open Studios 2015 Art raffle Winner! Angela Cairns.

    Yesterday lucky Art Raffle winner Angela Cairns collected her chosen artwork "Space to Think" from painter David Gadeke (Studio 22).

     Angela won the Art Raffle prize of a £250 voucher, which was used towards the purchase of the painting.

     Angela says: “I’m a local resident living in Hale Village, and run a small national charity called Community Network.  In my spare time I’m writing a novel and am a regular at Tottenham Arts Life Drawing drop-in.  This year was my first visit to Euroart’s open studios, and I was inspired by the fantastic range of work on show.  I’m very excited to have won the raffle”.

  • Choosing The Winner!
    Sonny Kambo (with parents Kiran & Guljit Kambo) choosing the winning ticket of the Art Raffle last Sunday during our annual Open Studios weekend.

    Lucky Angela Cairns will soon visit to collect her prized art works!  More later.

    Oh yes!  The winning ticket was WHITE 10.
  • OPEN STUDIOS AND ART EXHIBITION 5 - 7 JUNE

    EUROART STUDIOS - Affordable workspaces for the arts:  
    Euroart is North London’s largest artist-led studios group  providing attractive studios at affordable rates. The complex of 70 studios  boasts an eclectic mix of talented artists and fosters: networking and  collaboration, exhibition and critique opportunities and information and  advice. With major regeneration already underway, Tottenham is fast becoming  increasingly attractive - not least to artists moving in from surrounding areas  like Shoreditch and Dalston. University of the Arts has also recognised the  area’s swift links to Central Saint Martins and London College of Fashion with  a Halls of Residence in the area. Meanwhile, a range of shops, restaurants and  other amenities can also be found nearby.

    OPENING  NIGHT
    FRIDAY  5 JUNE 
    6pm - 10pm

    OPENING  TIMES:
    SATURDAY6 JUNE.  2pm - 6pm 
    SUNDAY 7 JUNE.  2pm - 6pm

    Free Entry / Interactive Music / Donation Bar /  Complimentary Tea/Coffee on Saturday & Sunday

    SILENT  AUCTION
    Affordable artworks are installed on a wall, each with an accompanying  ‘Bid Sheet’ containing details of the work and the creating artist. On the  sheet is the start price of the auction and spaces for visitors to record  higher bids & their contact mobile phone number. At the end of each 2 hour  period, Euroart’s auction coordinator will contact the highest bidder to return  to the auction wall, to collect and pay for their purchase. The Silent  Auction is not supervised so visitors are free to view the artworks and place  bids at their leisure. 

    ART RAFFLE
    A chance to win a £250 Voucher Prize which can be  used to buy work(s) from the ’Silent Auction Wall’, in artists’ studios or to  commission new work. The prize voucher does not have a cash value. The raffle  will be drawn at the bar (on the main landing) at 5pm Sunday 7 June.  

    UNDERGROUND
    Seven  Sisters/Tottenham Hale
    Victoria  Line (Approx.  5 minutes walk)

    OVERGROUND
    Seven  Sisters/Tottenham Hale (Approx. 5 minutes  walk)
    South Tottenham (Approx. 7 minutes  walk)

    BUSES
    41, 76,123,  149,192, 230,
    243, 259, 279, 318, 349, W4

    FREE CAR PARK

    E-mail studios@euroart.co.uk for an  e-mail copy of the event leaflet.

  • HaringeyArtCollector@EuroartStudios

    Continuing our mission to bring contemporary art to the local community, Euroart is pleased to offer Haringey residents the opportunity to win an original work of art worth £525!

    The winner of this free entry competition will be the proud owner of "River Lee, Markfield Park" by Euroartist Emily Ault. Emily has exhibited at Bruce Castle Museum in the "Along From Ferry Lane" exhibition (2012). which was a celebration of London's rivers including the Wandle, the Brent and the Quaggy as well as the Lee and several of its Tributaries.

    To enter simply send an e-mail to ArtCollector@euroart.co.uk with "HaringeyArtCollector" as the subject.

    The closing date for entries is Sunday 31st May! The prize will be presented to the winner at Euroart during Euroart's annual Open Studios event ( 5- 7 June). Entrants will be added to our mailing list to keep them informed of our activities.

    Euroart is North London's largest artist led art studio and workspace complex providing affordable studios and workspaces for rent by artists, makers and creative practitioners. Only 5 minutes walk from Seven Sisters or Tottenham Hale tube stations, the complex of 70 studios boasts an eclectic mix of talented creative practitioners: painters, sculptors including SFX, mixed-media & installation artists, ceramicists, filmmakers, photographers, graphic artists, architect, costume designers, composer and more. Euroart is committed to bringing contemporary art practice to the local community. A number of collaborative projects with other local organisations have been delivered, e.g. Bruce Castle Museum, West Green Learning Centre and Friends of Markfield Park.

    "HaringeyArtCollector" is an exceptional extension of Euroart's exciting FREE ENTRY competition offering the public a chance to win original works of art by the talented artists based at Euroart Studios. The next opportunities will be 21-27 September and 7-13 December.

    Euroart's annual open studios event ( 5 to 7 June) also presents many opportunities to acquire affordable works of art - including a unique "ArtRaffle" whereby visitors can win a £250 voucher to buy art during the event from the "Silent Auction Wall", in artists' studios or to commission new work.

  • Winner of 1st ArtCollector@EuroartStudios

    Happy Winner-Proud Owner: Bob Lindsay-Smith (London) the winner of the 1st ArtCollector@EuroartStudios competition sent us this image yesterday the minute he received his artwork prize "Aleatoric Glass by Shuster & Moseley.

    Bob says "I live in Tottenham, near Northumberland Park. My family have collected a few works every so often from artists' shows and Open Studios, now almost filling the walls! I browsed through the artists' profiles on the Euroart website and really liked the piece that was the subject of the competition, so went for it. Will be coming to the Open Studios in June!"

    Euroart's annual open studios event ( 5 to 7 June) also presents other opportunities to acquire affordable works of art - including a unique "ArtRaffle" whereby visitors can win a £250 voucher to buy art during the event from the "Silent Auction Wall", in artists' studios or to commission new work.

  • ArtCollector@EuroartStudios
    This is the 1st of our exciting FREE ENTRY competition offering the chance to win original works of art by the talented artists based at Euroart Studios.

    O
    n the left is a section of an image of an artist's artwork, which is the prize to be won!


    The challenge is to identify the artist, title and medium of the artwork.

    All clues will be found on the Artists Page. Scan the page to find the artist then delve into the artist's bio-data to discover the 'Title and Medium'.

    Once you have these, simply send an e-mail
    to ArtCollector@euroart.co.uk
    Listing:
                The Artist's Name
                Title of Artwork
                Medium

    The competion closes midnight 29th March ‘15

    If you get it right, your name will be entered into a raffle (if we receive more than one correct answer). The winner will be notified by e-mail and details posted on Twitter and Facebook.

    Ideally we'd like for the winner to visit the studios to receive their prize directly from the artist. If this is not possible the artwork will be posted. In this case, however, we would appreciate to receive an e-mail with an image of the winner and a few words about themselves (which will be celebrated on FB).

    During our annual 'Open Studios' event 5th to 7th June there will be an "Art Raffle" offering the chance to win a £250 voucher to purchase any artworks!

    Follow us on Twitter and receive reminders when each competition period opens!

    Or, tune in to our Facebook page during the competition periods shown above and join the fun!

    The competition is open to everyone.

    We look forward to your participation

  • New Art Collector Competition

    Dear Friends,

    Euroart is pleased to announce the launch of ArtCollector@EuroartStudios an exciting FREE ENTRY competition offering the chance to win original works of art by the talented artists based at Euroart Studios.

    A section of an image of an artist’s artwork will be posted on our Facebook page. The challenge will be to identify the artist, title and medium of the artwork.  All clues will be found in this website.

     

    You need only identify the artist whose work it is by scanning the “Artists Page”, then delve into the artist’s bio-data to discover the ‘Title and Medium’.

     

    Once you have these you’ll need to send an e-mail to ArtCollector@euroart.co.uk listing:

    Artist’s Name

    Title of Artwork

    Medium

     

    If you get it right, your name will be entered into a raffle (if we receive more than one correct answer).  The winner will be notified by e-mail and details posted on Twitter and Facebook.

     

    Ideally we’d like for the winner to visit the studios to receive their prize directly from the artist.  If this is not possible the artwork will be posted.  In this case, however, we would appreciate to receive an e-mail with an image of the winner and a few words about themselves (which will be celebrated on FB).

     

    The competition will be run three times this year:

    23 to 29 March.

    21 to 27 September.

    7 to 13 December.

     

    Follow us on Twitter and receive reminders when each competition opens!

    Or tune in to our Facebook page during the periods shown above and join the fun!

    The competition is open to everyone.

     

    We look forward to your participation.

  • Out of The Box, no format gallery, Harrington Way (off Warspite Road), Woolwich, London, SE18 5NR. 22 November - 22 December.

    We are pleased to announce that 4 Euroartists have been selected to exhibit at "Out of The Box", Lorraine Clarke, Anya Beaumont, Anna Barlow and Julia Maddison.

    Out of the Box is an exhibition that promises a "mind jiggling" experience.  It is a visual feast of all things box art - literally & conceptually – An eclectic melange of many artists work, curated by Tom Buchanan.

    This show of artworks have either been assembled or disciplined within in a box, experimenting with dimension and composition, found objects, printed matter, photographs and an array of surprises. Proving an infinite playpen for experimentation & illusion

    Box Art has a yearning back to authenticity & the lost art of collecting.   The tactile thrill of miscellaneous things & unexpected objects, given new life & expression. This collective is a celebration of new & classic works, from the raw to the refined & the downright bizarre to beautiful

    This highlight from The Brighton Fringe Festival comes to London in partnership with the no format Gallery. The featured artists range from professional backgrounds to outsider lives.

    Opening Saturday 22nd November 5:00pm til late . . . .

    OPEN 26 November to 21 December - Wednesday to Sunday 11:00am to 6:00pm.

     

    Nearest transport:

    *Woolwich Dockyard (Docklands Light Railway).

    * Jubilee Line to North Greenwich then Bus 161 or 472 to Warspite Road.

  • TIAF 2014. The Rag Factory, 16-18 Heneage St, London, E1 5LJ. 15th to 19th October 2014

    We are pleased to announce that 4 Euroartists have been selected to exhibit at TIAF  2014: Lorraine Clarke, Jenny Bush, Russell Chater and Jenny Kidd.

     

    The Independent Artist Fair is a curated exhibition of contemporary artists from across the world. The works include innovative sculpture, painting, photography, video, installation, music and performance from both established and emerging artists.

     

    The Rag Factory, 16-18 Heneage St, London E1 5LJ
    Travel: Liverpool St Station, Shoreditch High St Station, Whitechapel Station, Aldgate East Station.

     

    Private View: Wednesday 15th October 6.30pm-Late.

     

    Open: Thursday -Sat 11am- 8pm, Sunday 11am-4pm

     

    Free Entry.

  • The Art Apart Fair. Town Hall Hotel, Patriot Square, Bethnal Green, E2 9NF. 17th to 19th October 2014

    We are pleased to announce that 10 Euroartists have been selected to exhibit at the exciting London debut of Art Apart Fair: Lorraine Clarke, Sally Wilford, Geoff Gunby, Judy Clarkson, Rhed Fawell, Jeanette Abi-Khalil, Wen Wu, Ethel Davies, Anya Beamont and Oscar Lett.

    A hotel-based boutique art fair, the Art Apart Fair made its debut in Singapore in January 2013 and showcases the works of emerging and mid-career artists. First staged in Conrad Centennial Singapore, it was later moved to Parkroyal on Pickering where rooms, lobbies and corridors are transformed into a dreamscape of mesmerising fine art to excite both art lovers and discerning collectors.

     

    It makes its international debut in London in October with editions in New York, Paris and Milan already in the pipeline.

     

    The concept of an art fair held in a hotel originated in 1994 as the Gramercy International Art Fair in the rooms of Gramercy Park Hotel in New York City. It has since taken off and is regarded as a good platform since it helps visitors in visualising how the artworks might look in their homes.  Imagine seeing and buying art in hotel rooms, corridor and lobby. It may be new, but it is an emerging trend in the world of art. Art collectors have been buying art in Hotel Art Fairs. After the success of the “Apart Fairs Series” in Singapore during 2013 and 2014 , it will now debut in London and New York in 2015. It is an international art fair that embraces the diversity of cultural content and artistic expression from around the world. Providing a dynamic and intimate art viewing experience, it offers an unconventional way to visualize art in a closer to home context.

     

    The Art Apart Fair.   Town Hall Hotel, Patriot Square, Bethnal Green, E2 9NF.

    17th to 19th October 2014

    From 11:30am to 9pm daily.

  • Lorraine Clarke featured in prestigoius ART.ZIP magazine

    We are pleased to announce the inclusion of a feature on Lorraine Clarke – Euroart’s Art Director in the September Issue of ART.ZIP

     

    ART.ZIP is the first bilingual contemporary art magazine dedicated to bringing together the world of art in the UK and China.  Distributed in both countries, it not only showcases the current best in art, from industry veterans to tomorrow’s innovators, but also provides a unique insight into other sectors in the creative industry with an eye for art.   This includes fashion, design, music, advertising, architecture, cinema, and many more.

     

    Euroartist Wen Wu is also interviewed.

  • Spectre of Abandonment 9-14 September 2014. Candid Arts Trust, 3-5 Torrens Street, Islington, London, EC1V 1NQ

    Euroart is pleased to invite you to an exceptional combination of the arts as Euroart’s art director Lorraine Clarke and three poets explore how the artforms, fine art and poetry, can interact and engender inspiration, through an intriguing exhibition of Lorraine’s fascinating sculptures and installations, and performances of poetry.

    In “Spectre of Abandonment”, the three invited poets, Agnes Meadows, Sue Johns and Sarah Reilly, will perform poetry they created in response to Lorraine’s artworks. Conversely, Lorraine presents new artworks inspired by poems she selected from each of the poets’ anthologies. She also presents new sculpture with her own poetry.

    Agnes Meadows - international poet, writer and ex-journalist.
    Sue Johns- writer and performer of theatrical monologues.
    Sarah Reilly - poet, performer and visual artist.

    Artist/Writer Rebecca Baillie writes: “The work of Lorraine Clarke is a bombardment for the senses. Clarke is interested in making the invisible workings of the human psyche visible, and in recognition that deep interiority is complex and multiple, many of her sculptures are comprised of hundreds of tiny elements. Parts typically overflow, but at the same time, elaborate attempts are made to contain any spillage. Clarke uses baskets, boxes, jars and small cylinders as homes for her objects, as though without this imposed structure, the weight of the emotions caught within could fly into the atmosphere and create a chaos too disruptive for everyday living. It is as though Clarke reveals to us something of the human spirit, but does so in a seemingly contradictory way, adding order and organization as the best, or perhaps the only way to communicate this difficult and irreducible concept”.

    This show offers the chance to see the complete installation of Lorraine’s iconic 116 “Fertility Dolls” which was last exhibited in 2007.

    The exhibition opens the 9th to 14th September 2014 at The Candid Arts Trust, 3-5 Torrens Street, Islington, London, EC1V 1NQ.

    PV Tuesday 9 September. 6:00 – 9:00pm
    Performances by all three poets

    Open 10 – 13 September. 12:00 – 9:00pm

    Finissage Sunday 14 September. 12:00 – 4:00pm
    Performances by all three poets

    Performance Schedule (from 6:00PM)
    10th Sept. – Sarah Reilly
    11th Sept. – Agnes Meadows
    12th Sept. – Agnes Meadows & Sue Johns
    13th Sept. – Agnes Meadows, Sue Johns & Sarah Reilly

    The show will appeal to the fine art and literature loving public of all ages.

    For more information contact lorraine@clarke-art.co.uk

    Supported by Redemption Craft Brewery, London.

  • OPEN STUDIOS & ART EXHIBITION 6 - 8 JUNE 2014

    EUROART STUDIOS 
    Affordable workspaces for the arts:  
    Euroart is North London’s largest artist-led studios group  providing attractive studios at affordable rates. The complex of 70 studios  boasts an eclectic mix of talented artists and fosters: networking and  collaboration, exhibition and critique opportunities and information and  advice. With major regeneration already underway, Tottenham is fast becoming  increasingly attractive - not least to artists moving in from surrounding areas  like Shoreditch and Dalston. University of the Arts has also recognised the  area’s swift links to Central Saint Martins and London College of Fashion with  a Halls of Residence in the area. Meanwhile, a range of shops, restaurants and  other amenities can also be found nearby.

    OPENING  NIGHT
    FRIDAY  6 JUNE 
    6pm - 10pm

    OPENING  TIMES
    SATURDAY 7 JUNE 
    2pm - 6pm 
    SUNDAY 8 JUNE 
    2pm - 6pm 
    Free Entry / Interactive Music / Donation Bar /  Complimentary Tea/Coffee on Saturday & Sunday

    SILENT  AUCTION
    Affordable artworks are installed on a wall, each with an accompanying  ‘Bid Sheet’ containing details of the work and the creating artist. On the  sheet is the start price of the auction and spaces for visitors to record  higher bids & their contact mobile phone number. At the end of each 2 hour  period, Euroart’s auction coordinator will contact the highest bidder to return  to the auction wall, to collect and pay for their purchase. The Silent  Auction is not supervised so visitors are free to view the artworks and place  bids at their leisure. 
    ART RAFFLE
    A chance to win a £250 Voucher Prize which can be  used to buy work(s) from the ’Silent Auction Wall’, in artists’ studios or to  commission new work. The prize voucher does not have a cash value. The raffle  will be drawn at the bar (on the main landing) at 5pm Sunday 8 June.  

    MURALES PER STUDIO.RA
    A projection of  photo-montage images by 150 international artists, created and curated as a  London Biennale 2014 Pollination project by Raffaella Losapio the  director of studio.ra Gallery, Rome (twinned with Euroart Studios).
    UNDERGROUND
    Seven  Sisters/Tottenham Hale 
    Victoria  Line 
    Approx.  5 minutes walk

    OVERGROUND
    Seven  Sisters/Tottenham Hale 
    Approx. 5 minutes  walk
    South Tottenham 
    Approx. 7 minutes  walk
    BUSES
    41, 76,123,  149,192, 230,
    243, 259, 279, 318, 349, W4 
    FREE CAR PARK

    E-mail studios@euroart.co.uk for an  e-mail copy of the event leaflet.

  • The Big Egg Hunt

    Following a successful UK tour, the Lindt Big Egg Hunt eggs will be returning to London on 22nd March. The one hundred giant eggs were designed by leading artists and designers including three Euroartists, Lorraine ClarkeMiranda Benzies andAnna Barlow.

     

    They will again be on display during Easter week in Covent Garden until the 1st April whilst the online auction heats up to an exciting finale! Last year over a million pounds was raised for Action for Children, helping young people and their families across the country.

     

    Lorraine describes the transformation process of her egg in a short film made by Euroartist Sasha Andrews.

     

    To find out more about the inspiration behind Carousel of Curiosities see Lorraine’s blog.

     

    Image of: Carousel of Curiosities by Lorraine Clarke photographed by Elaine Sutton.

     

    Click here to bid for Carousel of Curiosities.

  • Open Studios & Art Exhibition 7 - 9 June 2013
    Opening Night Friday 6-10pm

    Saturday & Sunday 2-6pm

    Euroart’s annual Open Studios & Art Exhibition!


    * Silent Auction

    * Pop-Up Shop

    * Performance

    * Interactive Music


    .BROWSE, ENJOY, BUY exemplary unique contemporary art of unrivalled quality directly from the artists in Euroart’s complex of 70 studios!

     

    Lorraine Clarke will be amongst the artists opening their studios to the public.   She is a prolific artist and in her wunderkammer studio, visitors can experience an amazing collection of work including clay sculptures, installations, fine illustrations, wearable art, and pieces from her spectacular exhibitions Nosce Te Ipsum & Totem Body.   Also on show will be the exquisite Carousel of Curiosities giant egg (on loan for the event), which was Lorraine’s contribution to the recent Lindt Chocolate Big Egg Hunt 2013.   Merchandise (books, T-shirts & gift cards) bearing images of her unique Fertility Dolls series will also be available.  Jessica Lack (Guardian Guide) once wrote of Lorraine’s art, it’s a spiritual rollercoaster ride into the human psyche.  

     

    Also opening will be Nigel Booth who was responsible for prosthetics & makeup in films such as Hellboy 2 and The English Patient, and numerous TV productions; Matt Small who will be exhibiting his iconic trademark works which figure prominently on London’s Urban Art scene; Anna Barlow with her stunningly life-like ice cream treats entirely rendered in porcelain and Anne Teahan and her enchanting and magical paper sculptures.

     

    The event will show an eclectic mix of high quality art - painting, sculpture, installation, animation, costume design, SFX sculpture, photography and more.   Euroart boasts an impressive collection of talented artists and surely merits past visitors comments such as never have I seen so much quality work in one location.


    E-mail studios@euroart.co.uk for an e-mail copy of the event leaflet.

  • Saluting the Chosen Few

    POSK Gallery: 14 - 23 August. 10am-9pm.

    This exhibition curated by Jolanta Jagiello, exploring the concept of what it means to be amongst the Chosen Few, brings together the sculptural works of 10 artists.

    The focal point of the show is Lorraine’s Magna Mata.

    The cult of the Magna Mata (Great Mother) in ancient Rome was led by female priestesses and castrated male priests. While the priests were mainly healers, the priestesses were more involved with her ecstatic side, celebrating her secret mysteries behind locked doors.

    Lorraine’s Magna Mata salutes these chosen few.

    POSK Gallery, 238-246 Kings Street, Hammersmith, London, W6 0RF.

    Nearest tube: Ravenscourt Park (District line).

  • 8 - 10 June: Open Studios 2012

    Opening Night Friday 6-10pm

    Saturday & Sunday 2-6pm

    Celebrating Euroart’s 10th Anniversary!


    * Silent Auction


    * Pop-Up Shop


    * Free Goody Bag *for 1st 100 visitors each day*


    * Performance


    * Interactive Music

     

    * Charity Artbadge Auction - Sunday from 4pm.


    * "Day Of Tens". 

    Performance of commissioned work to celebrate Euroart’s 10th anniversary by writer in residence Agnes Meadows.


    BROWSE, ENJOY, BUY exemplary unique contemporary art of unrivalled quality directly from the artists in Euroart’s complex of 70 studios!


    E-mail studios@euroart.co.uk for an e-mail copy of the event leaflet.

  • Spare Parts
    Curated by Priscilla Sutton, Spare Parts brings together a diverse range of artists all using pre-loved prosthetic limbs as their canvas.

    Opening Night: 25th August. From 5pm.

    Open: 25 August - 9 September. 10am - 7pm. Daily.

    The Rag Factory (off Brick Lane)

    16 Heneage Street


    London
    E1 5LJ.
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