You can also squeeze out of Frieze Art Fair

Dear all,

As you maybe will know, this week is almost dedicate for the Frieze Art Fair, open to the public from 15-18 October, and invitation-only preview day hold today.

One of the most recognized fair at and out of UK, which has had for the last four years over 60.000 visitors and where the exhibiting galleries represent contemporary art and living artits (Frieze Projects’ programme).

As many of you, I cannot get Frieze London this year, but we can also still enjoying the taste of art outside of it. From the podcasts of all Frieze Talks, Projects and Film to the guide and catalogue of the fair, available from some bookshops or online at frieze.com.  If yoy may also have the possibility of walking at Regents Park, notice that you could find this Frieze Sculpture Park (15-19 October), where you could find the amazing Baby Dinosaur of Matt Johnson, brought by Alison Jacques Gallery.

Baby Dinosaur (Apatosaurus), 2013. Salvaged old growth redwood, and stainless steel. 294.6 x 513.1 x 121.9 cm 116 x 202 x 48 ins

Baby Dinosaur (Apatosaurus), 2013. Salvaged old growth redwood, and stainless steel. 294.6 x 513.1 x 121.9 cm 116 x 202 x 48 ins

At the same time, we can enjoy some other events in relation or not with Frieze.

Long programme of FREE events from 14 – 18 October at the The Old Selfridges Hotel and Selfridges Food Hall.

This Friday 17 of October at Fitzrovia, one of the nicest areas of London,  from 18.00 – 21.00 you could explore for FREE the postmodernity and questions about globalised World from Korean art via Amsterdam and curated by Antoni Ferrer.

  • Saatchi Gallery: Celebrate Pangaea, New Art from Africa and Latin America

Music from Alexis Mercedes and her band, 10 pounds tickets, 17 of October.

A non profit exhibition featuring over 100 artits in Q Park, a unique circular 20.000 Sq. ft from 13/14 to 19 of October.

It seems as we have some plans for this week. I close with some pictures from the preview at WE COULD NOT AGREE

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Atomic Events at London

I am proud to announce the Cheeky Tiki pop-up tiki bar and the Bespoke Barware gallery at Atomica Gallery. It will take place from the 7th to the 12th of October for this London Cocktail Week.

Cheeky Tiki provides all elements of modern and traditional South Seas style and what it’s called Tiki decor, hitting a complete interior design and also creating small accessories which you can adquired at Atomica Gallery.

Tiki Head

Tretchikoff’s Blue Lady

(http://www.cheekytiki.com/)

At this time Atomica will transform the gallery, just during this week, into a real tropical booth paradise where they will offer a nice selection of rum cocktails served in cool mugs as the previous tiki one!!

Some very especial events will be running at this place as some talks about rum by Peter Holland, a blogger from TheFloatingRum Shack.com or the Every day (Tues-Sun): Rum tastings from a different brand each day – brands include The Real McCoy, Ron Cubay and El Dorado 6pm/£free.

If you want to have a look of the many others events arasing this week at Atomica, have a look at their web or facebook page:

– https://www.facebook.com/atomicagallery

– www.atomicagallery.com

Have a Lovely Tiki Week

The best

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Is summer over?

Have you ever thought about how enjoying any taste of summer being surrounded of rain and cold weather here in London? Well, there are some possibilities of cheating your brain delighting ourselves with warm pictures as Qi Baishi or David Hockney, or instalations as the one hold in Hanmi Gallyer of Jeehee Park, The Fruit Battery, 2014. Also accompanied by a good soon.

Play this song again Sam and Let’s dive one more time before coming back to the reality!

Qi Baishi (齐白石)

Frank HyderRed Pair, 2013Acrylic, metal leaf and resin on board51 x 41 cm Rebecca Hossack Gallery

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Rosie Irvine. Untitle. Jelouse Gallery

Anna Barlow Cushion Dream on My Place 2013, Ceramic, 40x35x35cm Sream Gallery

Jo Hogan. X-Ray Specs. Jelouse Gallery

Pool With Two Figures. David Hockney

 

Peckham

Before I moved from Warren Street to this neighborhood, I felt this area would show me more of London than the Skyline of the own city does. I am not here to exaggerate the convergence of the culture, I am here to explain how I am feeling within this new place without parking in the sideline any of the London’s neighborhoods, as each is different, growing up with similitudes but in their own geography and past history, and everyone should have this in mind.

More lucky than not, I fall down in this area, and now I have discovered new places to go and discover art, at this point the main theme for me, and a motivated comunity who looks to inspire people from this area and the rest of them to came and enjoy the social happenings of Peckham.

At this point I may say I have got inspired to dedicated the name of my blog to this occurrence, even if I am still in love with Fitzrovia, my previous neighbordhood  ❤ London

 

Post Script: if you want to have an idea about the new Co-Design of Peckham follow them on twitter (@PeckhamCoDesign ), or came to the pop up place at Peckham.

 

WELCOME to my blog.

Xiaobaohua