Saturday 5th April
Other Criteria 14 Hinde Street London W1U 3BG
A new print by
Harland Miller will be revealed and a short film about the making of this particular silkscreen work will be shown in the basement.
Yorkshire Tea and Parkin Cake will be served.
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These images are stills from the Harland Miller short film we will be screening at Tea with Harland Miller, in which we show the making of his new print with Other Criteria. If you are unable to attend our event, keep an eye on our blog where we will post the film after the event.
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Exhibition: Until Friday 21st March, 11am-6pm
Sale: Saturday 22 March 2014, 8am-6pm
Royal College of Art Battersea, Dyson Building, Hester Road, London SW11 4AN
Stewarts Law RCA Secret is an exhibition and sale of original postcard-sized artworks, by internationally acclaimed artists plus up-and coming graduates from the Royal College of Art. It's your chance to get your hands on original works of art for a tiny price.
This year's exhibition contains 2900 works by 1124 artists. The impressive lineup includes generous contributions from Yinka Shonibare, Jeremy Deller, Paula Rego, Quentin Blake, David Bailey and Grayson Perry, musician Jarvis Cocker, architect Zaha Hadid, fashion designers Sir Paul Smith and, head of Burberry, Christopher Bailey.
With new work from hundreds of artists and designers, Stewarts Law RCA Secret continues to help emerging artists at a formative stage in their careers.
Each postcard in Stewarts Law RCA Secret is signed only on the back, so Collectors don't know the identity of the artists until they have made their purchases.
Proceeds to Royal College of Art Fine Art Student Award Fund.
You must have a Collector's Number to purchase a card at Stewarts Law RCA Secret. Visit the
Stewarts Law RCA Secret website for more information.
16 March - 29 June 2014
Included with house entry
A major display of contemporary sculpture in the garden with new works made specifically for this exhibition. Each work is an immense line drawing in space fabricated in steel and painted in a vibrant hue.
Inside the house,
Michael Craig-Martin brings his own approach to highlighting sculpture from the Devonshire Collection, and selects visually arresting portraits for the Old Master Drawings Cabinet, including drawings by Hans Holbein, Annibale Carracci and Ghirlandaio.
Until 17th April 2014
St. Marylebone Parish Church Marylebone Road, London, NW1 5LT
Art Below and the Missing Tom Fund return with ‘Stations of the Cross’ an exhibition of 14 artists’ representations of the Passion of Christ.
Mat Collishaw, Paul Fryer, Polly Morgan, Wolfe von Lenkiewicz and more.
London’s St. Marylebone Parish Church, the exhibition will run for 40 days to coincide with Lent. The exhibition will be open to the public whilst the works are also intended for prayer and meditation within the parish congregation.
Image: Ricardo Cinalli, Desgarro, 2009, 210 x 120cm, oil on canvas and broken glass
For more information, visit the
Art Below website.
Where? Bloomberg SPACE
50 Finsbury Square
When? 24th January - 13th March, 2014, Monday – Saturday 11:00 – 18:00
British Artist Gary Webb is currently exhibiting his latest work at Bloomberg SPACE, London.
For his Bloomberg SPACE exhibition, Webb will create an installation of new sculpture which draws on the formality of his past bodies of work. Mirrored palm trees will tower from the walls, while a variety of customised power tools are suspended from the ceiling, ‘fighting’ inside a series of coloured glass and mirrored boxes all set against the airbrushed kitsch background of a fictional solar system.
Gary Webb produces colourful and glossy works made from a plethora of industrial and prefabricated materials such as glass, Plexiglas, neon, wood, sand, cut metal, rubber, and marble. The work sometimes appears to parody modernist sculpture while frequently making reference to popular culture. Applying traditional craft techniques to man-made or organic materials he combines elements to create juxtapositions that enable materials to be spontaneously playful and poetic. In many ways the works act as an investigation into the artificial while adopting the materials of the artificial themselves, creating an inconclusive narrative characterised by the tension between surface and sincerity, seduction and rejection, creating surfaces which refuse to be read and consumed by the viewer.
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Other Criteria have a series of unique works available by Gary Webb. Please visit us online, or visit one of our stores for more information.