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As the world and ArtCan adjust to COVID-19, our programme is subject to change. We will update this page as decisions are made for each event. Join us on Instagram for announcements, discussions, and virtual connection.
Shape Of The New - Tuesday Talk_Abstraction in African Art_27 April 2021

#ShapeoftheNew Tuesday Talks

ArtCan is collaborating with CasildART and Kroll to bring you a series of talks as part of the #ShapeoftheNew programme.

 

Coming next:

 

27 April 2021 at 18.00 Abstraction in African Art

Elisabeth Lalouschek, October Gallery, London ‘in conversation’ with Edo Ndeke, Demif Gallery

Moderator:

Sukai Eccleston- curator #ShapeoftheNew

 

Find out more and get your free tickets here >>

#ShapeoftheNew

CasildART is excited to announce a new exhibition in partnership with ArtCan and hosted by Kroll. This will be a virtual exhibition exploring artist responses to global issues and the power of reinvention.

Opens 12th March

Access the exhibition here >>

Find out more >>

Prelude

An ArtCan Virtual Exhibition
Curated by Andrea C Morley and Sussi Hodel

 

EXHIBITION EXTENDED 23rd February – 23rd April 2021

 

<< Access the exhibition here

(Click on “Enter Exhibiton” on the image on the left to access it, then click on the 3 lines in the top right corner to enter full screen mode)

 

Selected Artists:

Alicia Monedero | Andrea C Morley | Andy Farr | Ángel Castillo Perona
Anna Kerman | Anna Marie Savage | Ben Snowden | Birgit Lock | Bob Barron
Caroline Banks | Caroline Wheaton |Cat Coulter | Cathy Stocker | Christian Gastaldi
Christine Manderla | Corinne Natel | Corn Shuk Mei Ho | Despina Symeou | Eleanor Buffam
Ellen Zaks | Emma Hill | Emmanuelle Orr | Ernesto Romano | Georgina Smith
Hedy Parry Davies | Henryk Terpilowski | Irene Raspollini | Jacqueline de Montaigne
James Earley| Jeremy Morgan | Jess de Zilva | Jessie Woodgate | Jill Meager | Kat Filice | Katrine Storebo | Kira Phoenix K’Inan | Laura Fishman | Laura Gompertz | Laura Molloy | Laura Parker
Laurence de Valmy | Linda C Burrows  | Lisa Pettibone | Madi Acharya-Baskerville
Mandana Khonsari | Maria Kaleta | Nandi Makala | Nectarios Stamatopoulos | Nic Gear
Olga Mikhaseva | Patricia Bidi | Rian Hotton | Robert Fitzmaurice | Simon McCheung
Sonia Ben Achoura | Sophie Anne Wyth | Stefan Dowsing | Susan Clare | Sussi Hodel
Taya De La Cruz | Teresa Wells | Todd Stuart | Vanessa Short

Art Can Open - logo 2020

ArtCan Open 2020: TRANS | FORM

Curated by Gita Joshi

ArtCan and D Contemporary Partnership Announcement

Inspire 2020
ArtCan and D Contemporary Partnership Exhibition

Postponed

D Contemporary, 23 Grafton Street, London W1S 4EY

ArtCan and D Contemporary are pleased to announce their new partnership. The annual exhibition will be a celebration of our shared passion and dedication to contemporary talent, the commitment to provide a platform for artistic expression and creative development of artists in various stages of their career in the UK and internationally. The inaugural exhibition opening in April will be curated by ArtCan Founder & Director Kate Enters and D Contemporary Head of Partnerships & Exhibitions Amina Mona.

To further support the ArtCan ethos a D Contemporary art prize will be awarded to one of the exhibiting artists. The prize comprises of a solo exhibition at D Contemporary during 2020 and the winner will be selected by Tabish Khan, Art Critic and ArtCan Trustee and Peter O’Kane, the Chairman of the D Contemporary Gallery Director.

More information coming soon.

Stockholm Art Supermarket 2020 logo

Fabrication of Self

Supermarket 2020 – Stockholm Independent Art Fair

Postponed

Skrapan, Stockholm

We exist in a world where it has never been easier to fabricate an image of ourselves – the question is how much of our true selves is contained within these optimised images? At Supermarket – Independent Art Fair Stockholm, a select group of ArtCan artists invite visitors into a maze of perspectives on “The Fabrication of Self” which culminates in an interactive live performance within the ArtCan stand.

Participating ArtCan members include Christine Manderla (Germany), Ellen Zaks (Spain), Katherine Filice (US), KV Duong (UK), Lesley Oldaker, (UK), Pernilla Iggstrom (UK), Rachel Maggart (UK) and Sally Jones (UK).

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