Page 1 of 60
Art Below Hyde Park January 2018
Posted on: Thu, 29 Nov 2018
We are now accepting submissions for our first group show of 2019 'Art Below Hyde Park' giving you the chance to have your art printed and displayed on billboard space to an estimated 10,000 people daily at Hyde Park Corner Tube station from 14th January for 2 weeks. 

As an exhibiting artist you are also invited to exhibit a piece of your original work at London's prestigious Herrick Gallery, 93 Picadilly, which is based on two floors in the heart of Mayfair  (5 mins walk from Hyde Park Corner Tube Station) and has played host to Art Below's Summer Exhibition. The gallery group show opens with a private view on 15th January where artists and guests can enjoy complimentary drinks. All the work will be for sale and the exhibiton will be open to the public daily (11m - 6pm) until 19th January. 

If you wish to grasp this unique opportunity to exhibit in 'Art Below Hyde Park' please register here to receive further details: 
Application Deadline:  15th December 2018.
'A Window on Iceland' Opens at Embassy of Iceland
Posted on: Thu, 22 Nov 2018
PRIVATE VIEW: Thursday, 29th November, 5.30pm - 7.30pm ADDRESS: Embassy of Iceland, 2a Hans Street, London, SW1X 0JE RSVP: By 27th November: Exhibition is open to the public from 30th November 2018 to 30th March 2019 by appointment only
A Window On Iceland opening 29th November is Francine Davies' biggest solo exhibition to date taking place at The Embassy Of Iceland. The 4 months will consist of entirely new and unseen works inspired by the artists recent trip to Iceland.   Davies' work primarily features coast lines and sea scapes.  The exhibition will present over 50 works on canvas that aim to capture the beauty, energy, geology, meteorology, geomorphology of Iceland.    The artist strives to reflect a strong connection and interest in climate change and aims to use this exhibition as a vehicle for change and awareness in this ever increasingly important area of debate. This beautiful country (Iceland)  represents the stage of development at which a civilised world should stop, learn and listen. People are focused on understanding the natural world that surrounds them and of which they are a part , which allows them to work with it rather than against it. Most of the developed world is still carving up landscapes, driven by a mindset that sees nature as something that must be controlled, harnessed and exploited to meet the needs of the people inhabiting it.  Iceland on the other hand felt like a country that was not guided by fear, despite the harshness of the environment, but by a more sensitive, intelligent response, working with its own limitations and those posed by the natural world around them. Francine Davies.  In her home country of Wales Davies is represented by Off the Wall Art Gallery in Cardiff.
Earlier in London this year Davies has exhibited with Art Below who featured her landscapes across billboard space at Hyde Park tube station and at Regent's Park tube station.  This coincided with her taking part in two group exhibitions at Herrick Gallery as part of Mayfair Art Week in July 2018 and at Anemoi Art in Mayfair during Frieze Week, October 2018.  For her Iceland Exhibition Art Below will be featuring an image of one of her Iceland paintings as a billboard poster at Hyde Park tube station for two weeks from 14th January 2019 for two weeks.   A donation from the profits of this exhibition will go towards the RR81 Fund.  
For interview requests & high resolution images please contact:
For sales enquiries please contact:  E:  T: 02921111053
Art Below at The Other Art Fair, Los Angeles
Posted on: Sun, 28 Oct 2018
As partners of The Other Art Fair Art Below travels to LA this October to show 4 artists on billboard space at Grand Union Station and as part of The Other Art Fair. 
Exhibiting artists are Simon Kirk, Detlef E. Aderhold, Myra Banga and Sirenes.  The Other Art Fair, Barker Hangar, Santa Monica, Los Angeles 25th - 28th October.
Page 1 of 60