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Art Below Summer Show 2017
Posted on: Fri, 12 May 2017

We are now accepting submissions for Art Below's 2017 Summer Show where we will be displaying the work of UK and International artists on billboard space across major London Underground stations for 2 weeks this June.  

As an Art Below exhibitor your chosen piece of art will be printed and posted as a billboard in a London underground station of your choice where it will be viewed by thousands of people daily. 

To coincide with this your work will also go on show in an exclusive new exhibition space in association with rose and king galleries.

Opening with a private view on the 22nd June (6-9pm) your art will go on show at 41-43 Brook Street, right next to Claridges in the heart of Mayfair.  With a prestigious club lounge, garden and unique gallery space 41 -43 Brook Street has become a hub for high profile international clients and art collectors as well as an upcoming landmark in Mayfair for contemporary art.

To receive further guidelines on how to take part please register here

Deadline: Friday 26h May.

Art Below features Francis Bacon
Posted on: Thu, 2 Mar 2017

Art Below request the pleasure of your company at the Private View of 'Crucifixions': Francis Bacon on Monday 6th March (6.30pm - 9pm)  at St.Stephen Welbeck, 39 Walbrook, London, EC4N 8BN

RSVP: rsvp@artbelow.org.uk

This month Art Below will be featuring posters of Crucifixion drawings by Francis Bacon from 'The Francis Bacon Collection of the drawings donated to Cristiano Lovatelli Ravarino' at stations including St.Paul's, Green Park and Bond Street. 

The original Bacon works will be unveiled on Monday evening at St Stephen Walbrook, an Anglican Parish Church rich in heritage, based in the heart of the City of London. The exhibition has been planned to coinside with lent and will run until 31st March.

On show will be a number of drawings, pastels and collages that Francis Bacon donated to his Italian lover Cristiano Lovatelli Ravarino between 1977 and 1992.  Many of the works are concerned with the image of crucifixion often referenced by Francis Bacon in his art to embody life's horror as he could not find a subject as valid to embrace all the nuances of human feelings and behaviours. 

Exhibition events

  • Monday 6 March, 5.00pm: Francis Bacon & The Crucifixion and lectures by Edward Lucie-Smith & Revd Jonathan Evens
  • Monday 6 March, 6.30pm: Preview & opening night reception
  • Monday 13 March, 6.30pm: The Crucifixion in modern art & Poetry reading -  Revd Jonathan Evens (lecture) & Rupert Loydell (poetry reading)
  • Wednesday 29 March, 7.00pm: concert by Claudio Crismani
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For more information and images please contact: info@artbelow.org.uk
CANVAS EXPLORES ART BELOW REGENT'S PARK
Posted on: Sat, 22 Oct 2016
Canvas the home of the UK Arts scene on Youtube, explores the artists who are featuring work as part of Art Below Regent's Park, October 2016. This international selection of artists include Robert Lee Davis, Anna Fafaliou, Jennifer Morrison, Kim Smith, Martin D. Drexler and Holly Carlson. Canvas met them all to discuss their work, which ranges from traditional portraits and neon installations inspired by music, to more abstract images painted in menstrual blood. 

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