APT Conversations

Tisna Westerhof will be in conversation with Victoria Rance this Friday 26th Jan at 6pm. Tisna will discuss her new textile ABC.    

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The Open 2017 Prizes

The prizes were handed out last night for the 83rd London Group Open. It was a lively evening with a great range of artists and genres on display.

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Tony Collinge RIP (1934-2018)

Tony Collinge, talented artist and distinguished teacher at Goldsmiths art school in London, was elected to the London Group in 1998. He served on its various committees and helped to hang exhibitions, which he was exceptionally good at.

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Vic Kuell RIP

Vic Kuell died on 30 September 2015 at 91. Friend, tutor and role-model to many members, he will be sadly missed.

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New Members 2015

This year after a somewhat chaotic but fun selection process The London Group elected five new members to join the Group.

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The London Group Draw 2

The London Group Draw 2 was a fantastic night at The Cello Factory. Over 120 original art works by members and friends of the group were sold raising money for the group.

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Bert Irvin RIP

This is the text of a short address given by Gillian Ingham at The London Group’s Annual General Meeting in April 2015, shortly after Bert Irvin’s death.

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The London Art Book Fair

For the first time The London Group took a stall at the UK’s biggest art book fair. The group will be selling over 20 different art books by the members. The fair was a success with over 30 artist books sold. Thanks to Lydia Julien for organising.

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New Members 2014

This year after an extended selection process The London Group elected two new members to join the group. There are now 90 artists in the group.

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New Members 2013

The following five new members have been selected to join The London Group in 2013, so now there are 90 artists in the group.

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One Hundred Plus Draw 2012

The One Hundred Plus Draw took place on October the 4th at the Cello Factory and was a huge success raising a lot of money for the group. Thanks to Gill Ingham for coming up with the idea and making it happen.

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