• Alex Katz

    The Connaught, Carlos Place, London, UK

    Alex Katz’s sculpture, Chance, 2016, bathes in the water feature at The Connaught, in celebration of Alex Katz: Quick Light at the Serpentine Gallery and the start of summer.

    Chance will remain in the fountain, designed by renowned Japanese architect Tadao Ando, for the day. Following which, the work will be available to view at the gallery until 3 September.

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  • Workshop | Blank Canvas at Timothy Taylor

    Timothy Taylor, 15 Carlos Place, London, UK

    Saturday, June 11, 2016 11:00am–1:00pm

    Timothy Taylor is partnering with artist-educators Blank Canvas to run a series of thematic workshops for children.

    Using the current exhibition – Dubuffet: late paintings – as a springboard for ideas, this session will focus on unexpected ways of drawing, and using sculpture and collage to make installations and environments.

    Tickets are free, but booking is essential.

    Please note it is not necessary to book tickets for guardians/parents. Unfortunately, due to space limitations, it will not be possible to accommodate participants who have not registered.
    5–11 year olds may participate unaccompanied; children under 5 must be accompanied by an adult.

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  • Talk | Carine Fol on Dubuffet

    Timothy Taylor, 15 Carlos Place, London, UK

    Tuesday, June 7, 6:30–9:30 pm

    Carine Fol, Director of CENTRALE for Contemporary Art, Brussels and author of From Art Brut to Art without Boundaries (Skira, 2015) will be introducing the later works of Dubuffet, within the broader context of 20th Century European Art History.

    The presentation will be followed by a Q&A.

    Tickets are free, but booking is essential due to space limitations.

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  • Blank Canvas at Timothy Taylor

    Timothy Taylor, 15 Carlos Place, London W1K 2EX

    Saturday 16 April, 11am–1pm

    Timothy Taylor is partnering with artist-educators Blank Canvas to run a series of thematic workshops for children.

    Using the current exhibition – Gabriel de la Mora – as a springboard for ideas, this session will focus on on using found objects in unexpected ways to create collage and sculpture.

    Tickets are free, but booking is essential.
    5–11 year olds may participate unaccompanied; children under 5 must be accompanied by an adult.

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