Marisol Cavia Exhibitions
- 27 to 29 January 2006Viva España - SAL (Spanish Artists in London)
- 3 December 2005SAL (Spanish Artists in London) Launch of Group
- 6 to 11 October (Private View 15 September)I Myself
at The Crypt
St Pancras Church
Euston Road, NW1
(entrance in Duke’s Street)From 6 to 11 Oct
PV – 5 Oct, 6.30 to 9.30p
- 16 September to 16 October (Private View 15 September)Pieces By Eight - New Ceramics Marisol Cavia, Carole Chebron, Detta Fane, Anne Jamison, Philip Lee, Hilde Mjølsnes, Jonathan Slater, Jenny Stolzenberg. Marisol’s installation FORGOTTEN LANGUAGES will contain the ceramic hearts which many of you were involved in making recently. PRIVATE VIEW: Thursday 15 September 6.00-8.30 pm AT: London Gallery West, University of Westminster, Watford Road, Northwick Park, Harrow. Parking available, nearest tube Northwick Park Metropolitan Line (5min walk) All exhibitions are free Gallery opening times are 10.00 to 17.00 EXHIBITION DATES: 16 September 2005 – 16 October 2005
6th to 11th September
Anywhere in the world: David Medalla's London, ICA, LondonLondon Biennale 2002 & 2004 Books Compiled by Marisol Cavia Invited by David Medalla 'Anywhere in the world: David Medalla's London' Curated by Guy Brett Part of: 'London in six easy steps' at the ICA, The Mall, London. From 6-11 September. Open from 12 Midday to 7.30 PM. Entrance Fee £1.50
21 April to 28 May 2005
Dolores de Sierra Gallery
C/ San Agustin, 15, Madrid, Spain.
18 to 24th March 2005
Hidden Voices - Works by Regine Elliott and Marisol Cavia
Open to the Public from Saturday 19 to Thursday 24 of March 2005
From to and by appointment @ 0781 840 7047
Kingsgate Workshops Trust
110-116 Kingsgate Road
NW6 2JG London
8 February to 5 March 2005
Colectiva - at the Dolores de Sierra Gallery, Madrid.
3 to 28th February 2005
Unclaimed Luggage - Artrageous Group (Cyprus)
at the Circulo de Bellas Artes, Madrid.
Museum MAN - part of the Museum Collection
MuseumMAN - Berlin - Liverpool - Director Adam Nankervis
1 to 15th December 2004
London Potters Winter Show at the Morley Gallery, London.
26th November to 26th November 2004
'Being Human Now'
Curated by Rosemary Lopes
At Project 142, 142 Lea Bridge Road, London.
19th August to 28th August 2004
EROS-ARROWS at the Foundry
Biennale 2004 London
Eros Arrows Exhibition
Curator Marisol Cavia
The Foundry 19th to 28th August.
The Foundry, 84-86 Gt Eastern
, Street, EC2A 3JL Old StreetTube, Exit 3.
In celebration of the Eros Arrows Exhibition we are holding a series of events at the Foundry as detailed below.
Please join us to make this a memorable exhibition.
19th August London Biennale Artists come and hang their Arrows - 6pm onwards
21st August - Private View with Performance by David Medalla and Adam Nankervis (), Presentation by Philip Lee of his work Slip 2(), Live Art Action by mmmmm -Luna
and Adrian Fisher (), followed by Video projections. Montenegro
25th August - Regine Elliot's Observer Observed - an evening of screening of performances and discussions between the artists and the audience.
27th August - Rachel Cornish's Exquisite Corpse Video presentation and discussion of many artists work. 7 11pm
28th August - Closing Event with Video Projections, Poetry by Alvaro Prats and Performance by Ernesto Sarezale, Closing speech by Surprise Guest. Artists collect their work at this event.
3rd April to 29th April 2004
Marko, Marisol & Sarah Reilly
At Shoreditch Gallery, 5 Hoxton Market, London N1 6HG, Old Street Tube
Private View 2nd April 6.30 to 8.30pm
Exhibition continues Mon-Fri 8 to 6.30, Sat 10am to 4pm
24th February to 6th March 2004
An Exhibition of Paintings At the Foundry, 84-86 Gt Eastern Street, London EC2 3HY, tel. 020 7739 6900, Old Street Tube
Preview Tuesday 24th February 2004 at 6PM.
Exhibition continues Tues-Fri 4.30 to 11, Sat 2.30 to 11, Sun 2.30 to 10.30