@ Frameless Gallery
20 Clerkenwell Green
Visit one of London’s quirky galleries and find a wealth of artists’ exhibitions.
‘Tom de Freston revels in the illusionistic possibilities of paint, cavorting through artistic, literary and theatrical sources summoning dark visions of humanity. Recent works have drawn on the themes and work of William Shakespeare. The complicated tragedy of the human condition witnessed in King Lear, the fanciful confusion and absurdity of A Midsummer Night’s Dream and the murderous Macbeth greatly inform the works chosen for the artist’s first solo exhibition with Breese Little.’ Frameless Gallery
Hailing from London, Elephant 12 are a new and refreshing band definitely set to make waves with the release of their EP on September 19th. Their overall sound has been described as an ‘energetic mix of punk rock mixed with magnetic electro’.
Praised by the likes of BBC Introducing for their refreshing approach with their highly energetic performances and quirky fusion of different genres from rap to some serious dubstep – this is a live show not to be missed!
DJs on the night:
- Sophie Lloyd: A disco queen and a party starter, recent shows at Jade Jagger Jezebel, Shoreditch House, Lovebox, Isle of Wright Festival and more. www.sophielloyd.co.uk
- Jonny TV: Resident DJ for Pent-Up and recent shows for LoveBox, Summer Sonic Japan, www.jonny.tv
- DJ Rhodium: Official dj of Playvybz.com
The agency Protein has teamed up with Wallpaper* magazine’s Editor-at-Large Henrietta Thompson to create an exhibition called Slow Tech that explores the importance of digital downtime.
The show will feature exclusive prototype designs by 10 established and upcoming designers, including Hugo Eccles, Héctor Serrano, Samuel Wilkinson and Nik Roope. London-based design consultancy Kiwi&Pom will be contributing a couple of concepts as well as being responsible for the exhibition layout and treatment.
The exhibition will run until the end of London Design Festival.
Stop by tonight, have a look at the show and enjoy a free beer and gourmet pizza.
From 2 September to 25 October Britain’s most talked about contemporary art project takes over Selfridges London with its fourth and most ambitious project yet.
Exhibition #4 celebrates not only the artists and their work, but the important collaborative role played by the studios where they work. Museum of Everything has selected some of the best studios around the world from Germany, Belgium and Scandinavia to Japan and North America.
The museum will also launch The Workshops of Everything, an initiative to create studios for artists with disabilities across Britain. Other events include talks, screenings and an Intelligence Squared debate with leading museum directors, cultural thinkers and artists.
The show is located in the heart of London, occupying 15,000 square feet in the Selfridges building.
The Brick Lane Music Festival returns for it’s fifth year for two whole days of musical merriment. The festival will feature the best DJs and live music at your favourite venues …and the best bit? IT’S ALL FREE! (Though a small charitable donation would be much appreciated)
To gain entrance to all events you need to pick up a wristband, which can be collected on the night on a first come first serve basis.
Vibe Bar Sunday Line-up: David Rodigan Klose One
Boozy DJ’s + many more
Vibe Bar delivers a huge line up on Sunday featuring dub, reggae, bass, jungle, house, dubstep and much more.
The Peckham Free Film Festival closes with a free screening of Battleship Potemkin on the roof of Peckham multi-storey car park on Sunday 18 September, 8.00pm, with live music soundtrack from Super Best Friends Club. Showcasing legendary sequences that have become a huge part of cinema history, Battleship Potemkin (dir Sergei Eisenstein, 1925, 75mins, PG) is one of the most influential silent movies of all time.
Presented by Peckham Free Film Festival the film will be screened near Franks Cafe and Campari Bar, also located on the roof so if the weather is fine enjoy the final days of summer with a drink and some free cultural watchings!(but maybe remember to take a blanket!)
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Sound Tracks will host a multi-venue festival in 3 venues connected by the East London Line. Discover a fantastic lineup to perform in New Cross, Shoreditch and Dalston! Meanwhile, the East London Line will host a special ‘Travelling Stage’ of its own. A series of upcoming acts will be performing live in the unique setup of the London Overground train carriages.
From 7pm, each venue will host bands, with DJ sets afterwards in Concrete and the Amersham Arms. The Dalston Eastern Curve Garden and the New Cross Inn will be hosting related programmes, also free to wristband holders.
Our friends over at Ivy Munro are hosting a conference and after-party, the conference will be presented by Reuben Christian, who is co-founder of the seminal street style blog Individualism.
America’s most sought-after relationship coach Paul Carrick Brunson (founder of One Degree From Me) will be in London to headline possibly the most groundbreaking Networking & Relationship conference to hit London in a very long time. In the states Paul is widely referred to as the ‘Real-Life HTCH’.
The conference will focus on the male/female relationship dynamic (and everything in between) Paul will share his insights & findings, he’ll blow up myths, break-down statistics expose scare-mongering media headlines – and much more.