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2016   E V E N T S   &   E X H I B I T I O N S 

 

Past E V E N T S & E X H I B I T I O N S [UK 2014-2015] Archive [WORLDWIDE 2011- 2014] CIRCUS TERMINAL Worldwide [ongoing since 2012] Visit our CTW page on Facebook Bath Talk poster

The Founder of Uncooked Culture, Chutima Kerdpitak(Nok), has been invited to be a panel in this TALK event in Bath. Find out more:

 

44AD Artspace & Gallery: www.44ad.net

 

Brian Gibson, a participating artist in 'Circus Terminal Worldwide’ Initiatives, visit www.uncookedculture.com & CTW page on Facebook for more stories...

 

More info about Brian Gibson’s current project ‘Now That’s What I Call Leider 16’:

www.briangart.wordpress.com/2015/12/20/now-thats-what-i-call-leider-16

 

BIOGRAPHY - Brian Gibson

Growing up in Newcastle upon Tyne, Brian co founded the Fanzine “Deviation Street” and began to photograph local and emerging punk /new wave bands that included The Clash and The Ramones. Around the same time he qualified as a Youth Leader.

 

An advocate of Outsider Art, Brian has been involved in a number of activities, including curating themed group exhibitions, the most recent being ‘Worth fighting for’ at Salisbury Arts Centre. These exhibitions, with an emphasis towards inclusion, have presented works from a diverse creative spectrum; featuring artists who are established and self taught, adults with additional needs, adults with mental health issues and children.

 

Brian is currently an ambassador for Outside In:

www.outsidein.org.uk/home_2013

and a member of Circus Terminal (art without boundaries), exhibiting work in London at the West Bank Gallery , RR Gallery Notting Hill, LondonLighthous and Staithes Festival of Arts & Heritage - North Yorkshire. www.uncookedculturegallery.com

NEXT STOP of Uncooked Pop-up Gallery > > > 9 -11 Feb in the heart of Notting Hill

Just before Valentine's week, at 'SEEN' Prints Frames & Decor Studio.

20 Pembridge Villas, Notting Hill, London W2 4XE (near Chepstow Corner)

 

A rather Outsider...short and sweet 3-day art event in Notting Hill...

You and your friends/family are more than welcome to visit our pop-op gallery in Notting Hill. We are on a barrier-breaking mission, supporting outsiders, insiders, self-taught artists.

More info about the venue 'SEEN': www.seenphotos.com

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‘ONE BARE FOOT SQUARE’ is a collaborative artist-led travelling mosaic canvas. The individual artworks form one big piece.

 

Artists create a One Foot square canvas forming a bigger piece with variable dimensions depending on the exhibition space. Outsiders, Neo-Outsiders & artists from all other Squares, will be contributing their creations as its Uncooked boundary-crossing recipe progresses. The mosaic canvas will project a spectrum, weaving together each individual’s life journey; reflecting on their experience, hopes, thoughts & imagination through their diverse practice, from doodles, painting, stencil to mixed-media.

 

Inspired by Uncooked Culture’s ‘Circus Terminal Worldwide’ -  a relay art adventure around the globe,  ‘One Bare Foot Square’ continues the uncooked experimental style, with strictly no jury cooking style involved...and so far this recipe has gone down very well!   Since 2012, Circus Terminal Worldwide dishes have been served up in 9 countries, demonstrating a growing Sustainable Artist Community. One Bare Foot Square’s destinations is led by participating artists, who initiate which country it will be served in next. Before the project departs from each Stop, local artists are encouraged to join its Next Stops with their One Foot Square recipes on canvas.

 

 

ONE BARE FOOT SQUARE AMSTERDAM

73 International Artists live/work in 15 different countries

 

Isis Nedloni - Netherlands, Julia Sisi - France, Dan Casado - France, Jim Lockton - UK, Louis Vuittonet - USA, Ian Pyper - UK, Marie-Louise Plum - UK, Alison Silva - USA, Henk Koekenbier - Netherlands, Gustav Glander - Spain, Jim Meehan - USA, Rinaldo Klas - Suriname, Dion Hitchings - USA, Kit-Ling Tjon Pian Gi - Suriname, Evgen Copi - Slovenia, Vasko Vidmir - Slovenia, Edward Woltemate, Jr - USA, Josianne Ishikawa - Japan, Ascension Lorente-Huguet - UK, Kobina Wright - USA, Werens Puig - Spain, Kate Bauen - Switzerland, Carlo Keshishian - UK, Brian Gibson - UK, Rufai Zakari - Ghana, Stephen Judges - USA, Risja Marie Henriëtte Steeghs - Netherlands, Shaundell Horton - Suriname, Jenny Hartley - New Zealand, Lynn Todd - New Zealand, Andrew Stahl - UK, Chakkrit Chimnok - Thailand, Susan Biebuyck - USA, Timothy Campbell - USA, Sancha Sullivan - Suriname, Zoran Milavera - UK, Mahlia Amatina - UK, Tontxi Vazquez - UK, MaryAnn McCarra-Fitzpatrick - USA, Nick Stavrides - USA, Renée Rey - USA, Patrick Jude - USA, Mow - UK, Christy Symington- UK, Hiroko Nakajima - Japan/UK, Tom McGill - USA, Chris Czainski - UK, Paul Czainski - UK, Erin O’Rourke - UK, Kristen Woodward - USA, Liz Parkinson - Australia, Bert Schoonhoven - Netherlands, Carla van Slooten - Netherlands, Erin Lee Antonak - USA, Pam Santi - USA, Jeff Roland - France, Jade Chorkularb - UK, Gareth Hughes - UK, Sandra Mendelsohn - Netherlands, Sejin Park - South Korea, Yvonne Mabs Francis - UK, Miranda Sky - UK, Helen Roeten - Netherlands, John Adkins - USA, Edward Kingsbury III - USA, Eva Preston -USA, Arthur Prins - Netherlands, Jeroen Rolf Schoonhoven - Netherlands, Rosie McLeish - UK, Florain Haeck - Netherlands, Ezra Swaanswijk - Netherlands, Judith McNicol - UK, Cathy Ward - UK, Yairs Agam-Aa - Netherlands, Norbert de Jong - Netherlands, Torino - Netherlands  & Chutima Kerdpitak(Nok) - UK.

 

NEXT STOP will be led by Marie-Louise Plum, artist & founder @MentalSpaghetti (www.mentalspaghetti.org), to be tasted in the UK in November 2016.

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Image-Credit from left to right - Top: Isis Nedloni > Dion Hitchings > Edward Woltemate, Jr > Kate Bauen> Dan Casado

Bottom: Tom McGill > Julia Sisi > Sandra Mendelsohn > Louis Vuittonet

 

‘ONE BARE FOOT SQUARE’

1st STOP >>> Exhibition Launch @

Outsider Art Gallery in The Hermitage museum Amsterdam 

Address: Outsider Art Ateliers in de Hermitage,

Neerlandia Plein 1, 1018 DR, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

The Hermitage: www.hermitage.nl

Outsider Art Gallery Amsterdam: www.amsterdam-outsider-art.nl

 

 

Exhibition Dates: 30 July - 13 August 2016

Opening Event: Saturday 30 July 2016, 3 - 5pm.

Curators:  Chutima Kerdpitak (NOK) - Worldwide curator

                  Bert Schoonhoven - Amsterdam curator

One Bare Foot Square - Hermitage Amsterdam - Uncoo

Image-Credit from left to right - Top: Yvonne Mabs Francis > Chris Czainski > Rosemary McLeish > Pam Santi > Alison Silva

                                                           - Bottom: Brian Gibson > Gareth Hughes > Steve Judges > Helen Roeten

 

‘ONE BARE FOOT SQUARE’

NEXT STOP >>> LONDON >>> Exhibition Launch @

The Dragon Cafe in the crypt of St. George the Martyr London SE1 1JA

www.dragoncafe.co.uk

 

Exhibition: every MONDAY, 7 Nov - 19 Dec 2016, noon - 8pm

Private View & Meet Artists: Monday 7 November 2016, 7-8pm

 

Project Talk from Chutima Kerdpitak(Nok), lead artist for all Stops worldwide

Character Comedy from Catherine Goodwin(Badwind)

Spoken Words from Rosemary McLeish & Gareth Hughes

Performance from Risja Steeghs

VDO art Screening from Jade Chorkularb

 

Curators:  Chutima Kerdpitak (Nok), Uncooked Culture (www.uncookedculturegallery.com)

                  Marie-Louise Plum, Mental Spaghetti (www.mentalspaghetti.org)

 

             

‘ONE BARE FOOT SQUARE’ is a collaborative artist-led travelling mosaic canvas. The individual artworks form one big wall piece. Traveling from its First Stop at Amsterdam Outsider Art Gallery in The Hermitage museum - The Netherlands(July - August 2016) to its Second Stop, hosted in London by Marie-Louise Plum of ‘Mental Spaghetti’.

 

 

ONE BARE FOOT SQUARE LONDON

78 International Artists live/work in 15 different countries

 

Isis Nedloni - Netherlands, Julia Sisi - France, Dan Casado - France, Jim Lockton - UK, Louis Vuittonet - USA, Ian Pyper - UK, Marie-Louise Plum - UK, Alison Silva - USA, Henk Koekenbier - Netherlands, Gustav Glander - Spain, Jim Meehan - USA, Rinaldo Klas - Suriname, Dion Hitchings - USA, Kit-Ling Tjon Pian Gi - Suriname, Evgen Copi - Slovenia, Vasko Vidmir - Slovenia, Edward Woltemate, Jr - USA, Josianne Ishikawa - Japan, Ascension Lorente-Huguet - UK, Kobina Wright - USA, Werens Puig - Spain, Kate Bauen - Switzerland, Carlo Keshishian - UK, Brian Gibson - UK, Rufai Zakari - Ghana, Stephen Judges - USA, Risja Marie Henriëtte Steeghs - Netherlands, Shaundell Horton - Suriname, Jenny Hartley - New Zealand, Lynn Todd - New Zealand, Andrew Stahl - UK, Chakkrit Chimnok - Thailand, Susan Biebuyck - USA, Timothy Campbell - USA, Sancha Sullivan - Suriname, Zoran Milavera - UK/Macedonia, Mahlia Amatina - UK, Tontxi Vazquez - UK, MaryAnn McCarra-Fitzpatrick - USA, Nick Stavrides - USA, Renée Rey - USA, Patrick Jude - USA, Mow - UK, Christy Symington- UK, Hiroko Nakajima - Japan/UK, Tom McGill - USA, Chris Czainski - UK, Paul Czainski - UK, Erin O’Rourke - UK, Kristen Woodward - USA, Liz Parkinson - Australia, Bert Schoonhoven - Netherlands, Carla van Slooten - Netherlands, Pam Santi - USA, Jeff Roland - France, Jade Chorkularb - UK, Gareth Hughes - UK, Sandra Mendelsohn - Netherlands, Sejin Park - South Korea, Yvonne Mabs Francis - UK, Miranda Sky - UK, Helen Roeten - Netherlands, John Adkins - USA, Edward Kingsbury III - USA, Eva Preston -USA, Jeroen Rolf Schoonhoven - Netherlands, Rosie McLeish - UK, Florain Haeck - Netherlands, Ezra Swaanswijk - Netherlands, Judith McNicol - UK, Cathy Ward - UK, Yairs Agam-Aa - Netherlands, Norbert de Jong - Netherlands,  P.M. Jordense-Michalski - Netherlands, Ralf Kokke - Netherlands, Jason Hankins - USA, Sophie M. Adams - UK  & Chutima Kerdpitak(Nok) - UK.

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