SHOWCASING EMERGING ARTISTS AND ARTISANS.
Artists Showcase International is an Independent creative practice supporting the growth of visual artists.
From talks, presentations and exhibitions, this creative collective continues to work with a range of client-facing creative solutions, teams of collaborators and service providers, and like-minded professionals, to provide a platform presenting high-level and engaging events.
Check our website regularly for info on ongoing events.
ART WITH AN AUDIENCE
Your Friday Evening Getaway!
Friday 17th September
19:00 UK Time
This week, we have the pleasure of listening to Julia’s presentation of Annie Leibovitz’s Iconic Portraits.
Photograph © Simon Alexander. 1994
Zoom meeting ID: 829 9607 1838
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Three Dancers (1925)
Friday 10th September 2021
19:00 UK Time
This week, we listen to Robert talk about Pablo Picasso’s The Three Dancers.
Book this free talk via Eventbrite or join us via Zoom. Zoom meeting ID: 829 9607 1838
Image © Succession Picasso/DACS 2021
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Summertime Number 9A (1948)
FRIDAY 3rd September 2021
19:00 UK Time
Andrew talks about Jackson Pollock’s iconic piece, revealing some interesting insights and a discussion on the artist’s style and approach.
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The Yanomami Struggle
FRIDAY 13th August 2021
19:00 UK Time
Swiss-born photographer Claudia Andujar has spent 50 years of her life bringing the plight of the indigenous Yanomami tribe in the Brazilian rainforest to the attention of the world through her photography and activism.
At this presentation, Eve takes a look at a major retrospective of this body of work currently on show at The Barbican, London.
These free scheduled talks are held via Zoom and presented by enthusiastic and experienced public speakers. We hope it becomes a main-stay in your diary.
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AND WE BECOME
An Autobiographical Exhibition
31 October – 1 November 2020
Artists Showcase Int and the Audrey Williams Foundation presents this autobiographical exhibition by artist Audrey Williams.
This exhibition explores the range of artworks created by self-taught artist Audrey over the last 3 decades, this display of artworks unveils her journey that transcends her creative aspirations and many health challenges, with an eclectic variety from portraits, animal drawings, abstract paintings to decorative paintings.
Voyaging through culture, black history, and the human condition, this is an exhibition that must be seen to be fully appreciated.
Venue: Zenubian Gallery, 136 Hither Green Lane, London SE13 6QA
Saturday 31st October: Event Launch 4:00pm – 8:00pm
Sunday 1st November: 12noon – 6:00pm
Free Entry. Book your timed tickets via artistsshowcaseint.makeplans.net
Note: All visitors must book a timed ticket and keep to their time slots.
Social distance guidance strictly in place so all visitors are required to wear a face mask or screen visor. Sanitiser stations are installed at the exhibition entrance.
Transport: Lewisham Station, then bus 181 or 225. Or Hither Green Station, 11 minutes walk.
RAIDERS OF THE LOST ART.
An Online Exhibition
20th – 26th July 2020
CALL FOR SUBMISSION
Raiders Of The Lost Art is an online exhibition of visual arts. With works range including drawings, illustrations, installations, paintings, photography, sculptures and short films, we are now accepting submissions for this 7-day online exhibition.
This is an open call to all visual artists to submit works to this exhibition.
THEME: Raiders Of The Lost Art is a response to some of the challenges artists recalled experiencing during the covid-19 lockdown. This online exhibition draws on the motivation of artists to make, create and show works, inspite of the uncertainty and restrictions the currrent lockdown presented, not just to our personal lives but to our creative practices.
Many artists spoke about ideas lost, creativity stifled and goals negated. We want to take this opportunity to celebrate the tenacity, guile and creative resolve to continue making work inspite of uncertainty of lockdown.
In the words of Dieter F. Uchtdorf, “The desire to create is one of the deepest yearnings of the human soul.”
ONLINE EXHIBITION: This is an open call for artists to submit artworks to show at this online exhibition.
This is an opportunity to reflect on what some called a lost period, or what many thought to be lost art. Since we still can’t Show and Tell, this is an opportunity to See and Tell.
ARTWORK OF THE DAY – 1 Artist, 1 Artwork, 1 Day: Each day, we will nominate one artwork as the artwork of the day. This will be reposted at 10pm UK time each night and the nominated artist will be given exclusive airtime. Please include your name, Instagram and Twitter handles, and your website, where applicable.
SUBMISSION: Submissions are accepted from any medium of visual art. We welcome submissions that include drawings, illustrations, installations, paintings, photography, sculptures, and short films. Send your submissions to us via email firstname.lastname@example.org
DEADLINE: Closing date for submissions is midnite on Sunday 19th of July. The exhibition will run online from 10am Monday 20th to 12 midnite UK time on Sunday 26th of July. Artworks accepted will be shown online on Instagram, and at the end of each day, we will nominate and repost the Artwork of The Day, on Instagram, Twitter and our website.
SELECTION: Our 4-person panel include a celebrated choreographer, a visual artist and 2 digital creative practitioners.
Send only high resolution images. Image format can be either landscape or portrait mode.
Films should be no longer than 5 minutes long and use higher resolution footage, so for example choose 4K over 1080p where possible.
Each artist can send as many as 10 submissions but only as many as 7 will be exhibited during the 7-day exhibition. That allows each artist to show a maximum of 1 artwork each day.
Include your name, artwork title, medium and dimension where applicable.
Include your Instagram and Twitter handles and your website, if you have one.
Send submissions to our email at email@example.com. Large files should be sent via WeTransfer.
THE HOOD, THE HARD, THE HUNGRY
A virtual exhibition
Saturday 21 March 2020
Live streaming at 11am.
In response to the ongoing pandemic, we have taken the difficult but necessary decision to postpone the pop-up exhibition, and instead hold a virtual exhibition.
Photographers displaying their new works on this virtual exhibition are Eve Milner and Robert Raynard.
This virtual exhibition will hold on Saturday 21 March, with a live stream from 11am from a location in SE1.
Photographs in this online event will be verbally described and the photographers will have a short interview, sharing the narrative and some stories behind the images.
The Limited Edition prints displayed in this exhibition will have three size options; A2, A3, and A4. They will be delivered unframed but we also have contemporary frames in a choice of white or silver colours if required.
These are Limited Edition prints with a short run. They will be signed and numbered by the photographers, and a certificate of Authenticity will be included. These are high value prints.
For more information about the Limited Edition prints and how you can purchase them, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
THE HOOD, THE HARD, THE HUNGRY
NOTE: Now postponed due to the current covid-19 pandemic.
A photography exhibition.
Friday 20 – Sunday 22 March 2020
citizenM hotel, Bankside, London
The Hood, The Hard, The Hungry is a photography exhibition holding at citizenM hotel, Bankside London.
This pop-up event of photographs by three dynamic photographers explores some of the social commentary around South London’s voiceless, capturing stories, moments and instances, while reflecting on both the compelling and connective.
The people, the spaces, the places… this is a story waiting to be told. Dynamic in part, and reflective in part, this visual commentary brings together the timeless and authentic stories of South London.
Read an article on the exhibition published on Evening Standard online here.