Exhibition

Exhibitions can be viewed during events and performances or by arrangement.

If you wish to show work at Torriano Meeting House please submit 3 images and a proposal to the Torriano Working Group hearing_eye[@]torriano.org. Free to artists, 30% commission on sales.

Resistance Exhibition

8-17 June

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The Exhibition is a pop up history of protest and social change from the last 30 years in the UK, from The Peace Movement to Occupy, Squatting to Fracking and much more. Join us to reminisce, learn how to archive your own leaflets and photos.

Emily Johns: wood engravings

13-6 June

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Talking Stick

Thursday 26 – Saturday 28 April

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Alice Violet Campbell
Daisy Young
Martin Esseman
Marianne Murray 
Rachel Isabel
Simone de Villiers

And guests tbc ♥

Swing on over to the lovely Torriano Meeting house for our three day Talking Stick extravaganza.

A talking stick is a tool for speech we remember using at primary school. It wasn’t always a stick – often it was a bean bag or something with a face, but if you had it you could talk and if you didn’t you couldn’t. Everyone had a turn unless you were a mouthy little shit at school.

The talking stick is an instrument of democracy used by aboriginal and indigenous cultures. The stick is passed through the group to ensure that even the shyest are heard, and prevent loud voices from dominating conversation.

Thursday 26th
7pm Opening Night Performances

Friday 27th
12-6pm Exhibition open to public
7pm Life Drawing Class

Saturday 28th
Coffee Morning
Talking Stick Craft Workshop
Poetry Tombola

7pm Closing Night Film Screening

Stay tuned! More information to come!

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Ágnes Háy: Narancs

December 2017 – February 2018

Ágnes Háy is showing delicate mobile sculptural works in orange peel.24174706_391049914677609_5309693297128516987_n

Born in Budapest, she has been living and working in London since 1985. She is a graphic artist, animator and filmmaker. The fact that she was part of the Indigo Group and the Béla Balázs Studio had a defining impact on her artistic work and later on her teaching pedagogy. Her first success came with the film ‘Gyurma’ (‘Modelling Clay’) Agnes Hay Orange Peel Sculpture Angelwhich used pliable material in animation in a groundbreaking way. In her work, the line-based experimental nature of her graphic designs and the basically structuralist way of showing movement in her films complete each other as an organic whole. Since the 1970s, she has taught animation courses based on improvisation for various age groups, first in Budapest and then in London as well.

Contact Agnes Hay: hayagi[@]hotmail.com

You can see her film From the Diary of an Ecccentric Gentleman (1973).

PREVIOUSLY SHOWING

Urja Burkhardt: Ganesha Paintings

September 2017

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Janette Lawrence – Paintings

July/August 2017

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 Ruth Ingram

April/June 2017

Photographs and textiles. A selling exhibition to raise money for Oxfam’s Syria Crisis appeal

Saad Mushatat 

17-28 March 2017

The artist thinks of himself as a product of the 1970’s, an era in Iraq that “was blessed with culture, art and creativity, (and) was very fundamental in shaping our lives,” he said.

Saad studied painting at Sir John Cass and Camberwell Schools of Art.

 

Memories of India by Kundakunda

18 Feb–4 March 2017

 

Annie Sedley: 

24 November – 31 December 2016

Annie Sedley’s paintings are a personal response to
colour, light and the rhythms of the landscape. Among
her subjects are UK landscapes, including Hampstead
Heath, London, Burton Bradstock, Dorset, Moel y Wynn
in Wales and South Hazlerigg, Northumberland, as well
as hot summer landscapes painted in Casole d’Elsa,
Italy, southwest France, and the landscapes of the
American Southwest, coastal Maine and Cape Cod.

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SATURN TO SATURN – 

An intimate and time bound journey between lines.

Originally a trained linguist and therapist, Gianna has worked as a transcultural therapist and activist in local London communities for many years; with women, violence survivors and displaced people, in Southwark, Brixton and Battersea.

She has been training and practicing as an artist at Insight School of Art, the Highgate Society Life Drawing and Water Colour Groups and the North London Artist Network, and has exhibited in London as part of these groups since 2012. Some of her watercolours were also exhibited at Torriano Meeting House, a much loved venue in Kentish Town, a rare place of inspiration, singing, freedom, community work and dreaming.

SATURN TO SATURN takes you along Gianna’s personal journey over the 30 year cycle spanning 1985-2015, via her shamanic, conceptual and representational work.

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