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Gallery4allarts - Newsletter

Welcome to the 2013 Newsletter page! For news archives view main newsletter page

January - February - March - April; May - June - July - August - September - November - December 2013

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August 08 - August 30, 2013

Extended Media Triennial - in Belgrade

@ Belgrade, the Art Pavilion C. Zuzoric, Mali Kalemagdan 1, - ULUS Gallery, Knez Mihailova 37

Extended Media Triennial will be held in Belgrade - the Art Pavilion C. Zuzoric, Mali Kalemagdan 1, - ULUS Gallery, Knez Mihailova 37 and

other areas within and outside the institution, in accordance with the technical capabilities and the demands of artistic works.

Opening date: August 08, 2013 Closing date: August 30, 2013


(Information above received through www.grupposinestetico.it)

Saturday, 10th of August 2013 - 31st August 20123

SUFFRAGETTE CITY- Art exhibition

@ Cheshire, Cross Street Congleton, CW12 1HQ



until further notice 2013

"SEE" - 2nd Manifesto of Spiritual Freedom in Art (click link for more details)

@ The Old Police Station, Liverpool

Until further notice a few abstract paintings by Nicole Bartos, may still be viewed from the innitial show, in the entry hall of the Old Police Station.

Venue: The Old Police Station, 80 Lark Lane, L17 8UU. Contact SMLLCA: 0151 728 788

Contact Gallery4allarts: 07756912911


18th - 26th April 2013

The Contemporary Shared Expressions

Exhibition at the Bridewell Gallery on Prescot Street, liverpool, UK.(Opposite the Royal Liverpool University Hospital)
The Contemporary Shared Expressions Exhibition Private View starts at 7pm on the 18th of April 2013.


21st February - 13th April 2013

Military Craft II, Performance

“Imagined Communities”

Opening Evening: 19:00-19:30, Thurs 21.2.2013
'Imagined Communities'
Golden Thread Gallery
84-94 Great Patrick Street
BT1 2LU,
Northern Ireland

Exhibition: 21.2.2013-13.4.2013
Curated by Miguel Amado
I will perform Military Craft II, a progression of Military Craft, performed at Guangzhou Live.

With thanks to artist and curator Huang Rui, Beijing for his support in the form of a very special I Ching Umbrella and its hexagrams towards this performance.

Exhibiting artists also include: Inbal Abergil, Jude Anowith, Khaled Barakeh, Yu Cheng-Ta, Colin Darke, Maria Judite dos Santos, Shilpa Gupta, Nada Prlja, Alejandro Vidal and Carla Zaccagninni.

“Imagined Communities” is an exhibition that explores issues around nationalism and the mythologies surrounding national identity. The title of the exhibition is borrowed from the homonymous book by sociologist Benedict Anderson, who advocates that a nation is a community socially constructed. The works on view examine this topic by referring to the iconographic elements (flags, maps, murals, monuments, etc) that help shape a common history and territory.

Opening: Thursday, 21 February, 6-8pm
Panel Discussion- Friday, 22 February, 1-3pm

The Panel: Miguel Amado, the curator of the exhibition and exhibiting artists Inbal Abergil, Khaled Barakeh, Colin Darke, Kai-Oi Jay Yung and Nada Prlja.
The discussion addresses research about zones of conflict that Miguel Amado, has been developing and looks at the themes and forms of selected works through the perspective of the participating artists.

All talks are free. Places are limited so please RSVP to book your place to info@gtgallery.co.uk


7th February - 9th March 2013


Contemporary photography exhibition.

Winner of the Public Choice Award for the European Environment Agency’s ImaginAIR competition, in the ‘Air and cities’category Stephen Connell's photographs of Light Pollution reveal a nocturnal world of spectacular landscapes. Artificial man made buildings that appear grey and menacing by day, are transformed into ethereal and un-worldly wonderlands.
One of thirteen photographers in Marburae Art Gallery’s contemporary photography exhibition, Focus, Stephen’s work sits alongside the deep and contrasted black and white photographs by the renowned landscape photographer, Dave Butcher.
As well as thirteen highly established photographers, Focus, also draws attention to local fresh talent. Macclesfield College second year photography students are showcasing their latest work as part of Focus, gaining a rare opportunity to exhibit alongside recognised photographers from across the globe.
Focus at Marburae Gallery on Athey Street, Macclesfield is hosting its largest exhibition yet with over 130 striking photographs.

The exhibition will run from 8th February until 9th March 2013. For more information please visit www.artinmacclesfield.co.uk


19th January – 9th March 2013

Amongst Dark Trees, A Clearing
Talks & Events

Opening Saturday 19th Jan 2-5pm.
Grundy Art Gallery, Queen Street, Blackpool, FY1 1PU
Grundy is free admission and open Monday to Saturday from 10am-5pm. Closed Sundays.
Grundy Art Gallery is delighted to announce a multi-sensory exhibition by Kai-Oi Jay Yung, Amongst Dark Trees, A Clearing.
Through film, the drawings series Auto-Psychometric Suffering Devices (A-PS Devices), a sound responsive light installation Passings, and hand-sewn craft works Mottos In Thread, this exhibition explores uncanny narratives in suffering and loss in relation to our psychological and physiological blockages. In four video works, we encounter voices of conflict and resolution.

Intersections between Art & Psychology

Sat 23rd Feb, 2-4:30pm
The artist in conversation with clinical psychologist Laura Kemmis. This will include some audience interaction and performative elements.
This event devised by Kai-Oi Jay Yung is an opportunity to examine the themes and artist processes behind Amongst Dark Trees, A Clearing, including truth and narrative, the senses and editing technique and importance of time in her work. There will also be exploration of the intersection between art and psychology in conversation with Clinical Psychologist, Dr Laura Kemmis who features in one of the video works A Plan For Nigel.

She will also consider conditions as Post Traumatic Stress Disorder to grounding strategies, and the audience will have an opportunity to take part in mindfulness exercises.
There will also be a full length screening of You Don’t Actually Die.
Artist in Conversation with Grundy Art Gallery

Tues 5th March, 6pm-8pm
Kai-Oi Jay Yung will lead a workshop looking closely at the works and their impact on the audience. She will focus on ‘You Don’t Actually Die’ video piece and consider issues related to comedy and detachment and issues of the self. This will be followed by a conversation between the artist and Grundy’s Kerry Vasilou, exploring the techniques and motivations of the exhibition and the artist’s practice and development.
There will also be a full length screening of You Don’t Actually Die.
Artist in Conversation with Clinical Psychologist Helen Caird

Weds 6th March, 6pm-8pm
Kai-Oi Jay Yung will be joined in conversation with Helen Caird, a clinical psychologist featuring in A Plan For Nigel, one of the four video works in the exhibition. Drawing on techniques of narrative therapy, Helen will talk with the artist about the focal themes, including suffering, trauma and the artist’s motivations. Together they will consider crossings between psychology and art- Helen on psychological ideas, solutions and narrative techniques and how this relates to the artist and her practice process and interpretation. The needs of artist and her investigations will also be examined, as well as the resolution of the exhibition in relation to the artist’s own experiences and intentions. In terms of clinical psychological treatment some grounding exercises will consider how the audience may re-remember important aspects of their own lives and process them, and how the works themselves may impact the audience.
There will also be a full length screening of You Don’t Actually Die.
Will include some audience interaction

To read a review see here
For Gallery guide and artist site click here.


22nd February 2013

'Serial Attempts'

'Serial Attempts', featuring Cristiano Berti (Italy), Cecilia Ferreira (Mozambique/South Africa) and Pélagie Gbaguidi (Benin/Belgium), is currently showing at news of the world gallery in London.

On Friday 22 February at 7pm, Christine Eyene will be giving a curator’s walkabout to introduce the concept of the exhibition, the work of the selected artists, and discuss the future developments of her research project on creative processes.

Christine Eyene is an art historian, critic and curator practicing in the field of modern and contemporary art from Africa and its Diasporas, with a particular interest in representations of the body and gender narratives. She was co-curator the 10th edition of the Dak'Art Biennale (2012) and curator of the African selection of the 3rd edition of Photoquai – Biennial of World Images (2011). She has recently been appointed Guild Research Fellow – Contemporary Art, at the School of Art, Design and Performance, University of Central Lancashire (UCLan).
The event is free.

news of the world
50 Resolution Way
London SE8 4NT



!Please Note: Cancellation


‘Institute of Arts and Wellbeing for Women over 60’ (IAWW60) unfortunately, has been cancelled, due to various circumstances.

Many thanks to all our participants and suportters during the autum nof 2012.

We are sad that our enthusiasm and dedication were not enough to keep the good ideas continue with our charity work.

Perhaps, in the near future, if there will still be a need, this project may come to life again.

For any related queries you may contact:

Gallery4allarts: 07756912911
Graham Hale/ Rupert / SMLLCA Manager: 0151 728 7884
E-Mail: iaww60@gallery4allarts.com


23 February - 14 April 2013

Hans Josephsohn

@ Modern Art Oxford, Oxford

First public gallery exhibition.

A major presentation of work by the Swiss sculptor Hans Josephsohn - the first in a UK public gallery.

'I have spent sixty years, day after day working away calmly in my studio. I have simply followed my imagination… all the crises, the human ones that occur in life, and all the possible adventures and all the paths through the woods where you don’t know how you will get out again, they have all taken place in my studio. Hans Josephsohn

Modern Art Oxford presents a major solo exhibition by the late Swiss sculptor Hans Josephson.

Josephson’s powerful and imposing bronze reclining nudes, ‘semi-figures’ and abstract relief panels reveal a sensitive and dedicated examination of figure, form and plane.

This extensive exhibition includes many works seen in the UK for the first time and focuses on works created in the last 25 years of his life.

Strongly influenced by the work of fellow Swiss artist, Alberto Giacometti, the works are also reminiscent of Michelangelo’s ‘slave’ torsos and of the totemic sculpture of the Easter Island Moai figures.

Find out more about the artist here as well as a recent Independent review

Venue: Modern Art Oxford, 30 Pembroke Street, Oxford, OX1 1BP;


Tel: 01865 722 733


Wednesday 13 & Thursday 14 March 7:30pm

Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra


Respighi, after Rossini La Boutique Fantasque
Prokofiev Piano Concerto No.3
Stravinsky Petrushka

Vasily Petrenko conductor
Denis Kozhukhin piano

Three of the most dazzling 20th century orchestrators in one place – Stravinsky’s fantastical fairground ballet provides a glittering finale to a concert opening with Respighi's enchanted toyshop and featuring award-winning young Russian pianist Denis Kozhukhin in coruscating Prokofiev.


Saturday 16th March 2013 at 7.15pm

LiverpoolItalian Opera Co.

will give a Grand Charity Gala Concert for the Bibliotecas Rurales, Cajamarca, Peru

@ Liverpool Parish Church, Pier Head, Liverpool, on Saturday 16th March 2013, at 7.15pm

The Bibliotecas Rurales is a volunteer-staffed project which promotes reading and brings reading materials to remote communities in the Andes of northern Peru which are not served by roads and amenities (http://thereader.org.uk/2012/10/17/libraries-we-love-the-rural-libraries-of-cajamarca/).Charitable support for this is channeled through Sarah's Rural Library Fund (https://www.facebook.com/sarahsrurallibraryfund) which was set up by the family of Sarah Heery, a librarian who grew up in Wirral and worked for Christian Aid, and who visited and befriended the rural libraries during her extensive travels in South America.

The concert will include items from the operas of Verdi, Wagner, Puccini and others by a talented cast of experienced singers who have appeared with the UK's major opera companies, plus contributions by younger singers and instrumentalists. The evening, set in the atmospheric surroundings of Liverpool's parish church (http://www.livpc.co.uk/index.html) on the world-famous waterfront will be accompanied from the very fine Bösendorfer Imperial by Liverpool's leading concert pianist, John Peace.

Tickets: £8 and £5 (seniors, students, claimants) reservable in advance - text your order to 07747 494655 or email nickhardy2000@hotmail.com
If you prefer to have tickets sent to you write, enclosing SAE and a cheque made payable Liverpool Italian Opera Co., to: Nick Hardy, Liverpool Italian Opera Co., 9 Oakbank Road, Liverpool L18 1HS

Liverpool Parish Church is fully accessible and has excellent facilities. It is about 5 mins from Liverpool One bus station, and Merseyrail's James Street and Moorfields stations. There will be a 20 minute interval in which teas, coffees, wines and soft drinks will be served. There will also be a bucket collection for Sarah's Rural Library Fund if guests wish to contribute. Artists will give their services for free. The concert will end at 9.30pm

Mayra from the community of Pomabamba, near Cajamarca, is reading Lanza Rayos, Colibri (Cast your Rays, Hummingbird) a book published with the help of The Funding Network which is based on the writings of the Uruguayan writer, Eduardo Galeano.
Jose Isabel Ayay Valdez is the Co-ordinator and librarian in the Quechuan speaking area of Porcon. He is keeping written records of book loans so each book can be tracked.

World Book Day is on 7th March when thousands of book vouchers are given to children throughout the country. Last World Book Day the children of Yerbury Primary School in north London sponsored the publication of a book based on traditional tales. The book is being published now and the children at Yerbury will soon have copies for their school library.
Do you know a school or organisation who may be interested in sponsoring the publication of a new book? - if so please get in touch and I would be very willing to come and talk about the Rural Libraries or send you a powerpoint. Please contact: helenheery@hotmail.com

All contributions are very welcome.



from 9th January - 28th February 2013

DIALOGUE - Nagachoo & Bartos

Venue: Junction Coffee, 305 Aighburth Road, Liverpool, L17; Tel: 0151 727 1070

A new exhibition organised by Gallery4allarts, brings to our Liverpool audience a small but exquisite collection of artworks by NAGACHOO, Japanese artist based in Isumi city, Japan, and NICOLE BARTOS, ... read more.

Contact gallery: 07756912911 or email to: enquiries@gallery4allarts.com


7th February - 9th March 2013


Photography exhibition

@ Marburae Gallery, Marburae House, Cheshire





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