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DIFFERENT ART - A CONTEMPORARY FINE ART GALLERY IN CENTRAL LONDON

Located in the heart of Fitzrovia, London, Gallery DIFFERENT presents contemporary painting, sculpture, drawing, print, photography and mixed media from BRITISH and INTERNATIONAL ARTISTS. As well as presenting a dynamic schedule of exhibitions and events, DIFFERENT collaborates with other galleries worldwide to promote and curate exhibitions for its artists.

Events at Gallery Different

Peter Howarth with special guest Ian Parker 13th Dec 2017, 7:00 pm to 10:30pm Peter Howarth with special guest Ian Parker

A welcome return to the gallery for HOLLIES lead singer PETER HOWARTH who will be entertaining with an accoustic performance of some classic hits (He Aint Heavy, The Air that I Breathe, Carrie, Pretty Woman) as well as some of his own compositions from his album, Evermore.  Star of the Roy Orbison Story in the West End and long time guitarist and vocalist with Sir Cliff Richard, join us to hear his amazing vocals and wonderful accoustic arrangements of some familiar songs.

   

We are now back from the Edinburgh Art Fair - great to meet and talk to so many people.  If you are interested in any of the artists being exhibited, contact us for their full catalogues.

Paul Bennett, Laura Beaumont, Adam Binder, Valeria Duca, Rebecca Fontaine-Wolf, Keith Haynes, Sarah Michelle, Christine Taherian Richard Wincer and Tara Winona.


 

 

 
         
 

Life Through Art - Ava West - 22 - 25 November

Life through Art is the debut exhibition by young British artist, Ava West.  In aid of Nordoff Robbins, a registered charity whose life-changing work and research in music therapy helps thousands, West's work explores the therapeutic nature of creative expression.

 

West combines unconventional media and raw emotion in a visceral exploration of the healing nature of art.

 

 

 
       
         
   

Were We Ever Here 17230 - 1st - 2nd December

 
The theme of exhibition, 17230, is the figure that represents the cost of MA tuition fees at the London College of Communication (LCC) in British Pounds Sterling. The costs also come with other conditions attached. According to the latest rankings by The Times newspaper, University of the Arts London’s (UAL’s) tuition fees are higher than Cambridge, pricing many international students out of the art industry except for the Chinese, who now make up almost 70% of the UK’s international students But, what do Chinese MA graduates get from fifteen months of British education? In this exhibition, five new students show what they seek to obtain over this 15-month period: 

Yudong Zhang works with portrait photography and still life images, exploring the boundaries of photography, art and its history. 
 
Yanjun Yu’s You do not have to be there (2017), shows that if you set your foot on the road, you will discover that the journey has a lot more to offer. 
 
Lingzhi Zhu’ s I was imaging the weirdness in the Universe - I thought I was hallucinating explores unknown things and their transformation into familiar surroundings, creating for these artefacts a momentary sense of reality. 
 
Ziwei Ye’s My first day in London (2017) examines her initial memories of London as objects of exploration. 
 
Nian Xu’s work, All, the rest of All (2017) is composed of two parts, the first of which consists of a video-diary he kept over the last seven years. In the second part, Nian moves from behind the camera and becomes its subject, viewing and reviewing the process of cognition from different perspectives.

 

 

 
     

 

 
   

 

   
         

 

     

 

 

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