🔊 We are delighted to announce our reopening on Thursday 3rd September, 2020 with ‘London Grads Now.’ - showcasing works by graduating students from London’s leading fine art schools.⠀
🎓 Participating Universities include: Royal College of Art, UCL: Slade School of Art, Goldsmiths: University of London, UAL: Chelsea College of Arts, UAL: Wimbledon College of Arts , UAL: Camberwell College of Arts and UAL: Central Saint Martins.
🎟️ Pre-book your tickets now: link in bio. 🔗 Saatchi Gallery #Members: Free (pre-booking required), Standard entry: £3.
The Department of Visual Arts at Fordham University is pleased to present the Fordham Galleries Online third installment, Roei Greenberg: English Encounters. Every other week the gallery features a body of work by a contemporary artist, alternating with our Adjunct Faculty Spotlight Series, in which our talented adjuncts share samplings of their production with the Fordham community.
18 August 2020 to 22 August 2020 ll 11am-6pm
The exhibition by the 2020 graduating students of the RCA MA Photography, will be divided across the physical gallery spaces of Edel Assanti, TJ Boulting and Webber Gallery, as well as the beautiful and historical location of The Fitzrovia Chapel.
Showing new work at Webber Gallery: 18 Newman St, London W1T 1PE. 🔥🔥🔥
16 July 2020 to 31 July 2020 (Public)
Uncanny Landscapes #3 - Roei Greenberg (July 30, 2020)
https://uncannylandscapes.podbean.com - New Uncanny Landscapes podcast episode with London-based Israeli photographer Roei Greenberg, whose work explores borders and boundaries, from the contested landscapes of the Israel-Lebanon border to the enclosures of the English picturesque.
Sunday 19th July - 11:00 GMT
As part of RCA 2020, there’s a series of artist talks organised by MA Photography @rca_ma_photography. I’ll be in conversation, on the 19th July at 11am, with Kate Bret-Day and Alexander Mourant. We’re delighted to have our talk chaired by Julia Crabtree.
Through this conversation, Katie Bret-Day, Roei Greenberg and Alexander Mourant, will traverse the nature of borders, and their relationship towards literal and metaphysical boundaries. They will consider the role of public and private spaces, ownership and territories, within the work of Greenberg; submit to a dissolution of the distinct, and question the nature of the liminal through Mourant; and expand out, to embrace a sense of cosmic interconnectedness, based on the contingent realities, and layers, proposed by Bret-Day. Together, they intend to shift registers, and in doing so, seek to grasp how internal and external landscapes are formed.