18 March - 31 December
The Many Faces of Tudor EnglandMary Rose Museum
Using the latest DNA and Isotopic research featured in Channel 4’s Skeletons of the Mary Rose: The New Evidence documentary, the exhibition explores the idea that Tudor England was more multi-cultural than previously thought, investigating the crew and objects excavated from King Henry VIII’s favourite warship.
03 May - 10 September
OUR JOURNEYKoestler Arts
This Koestler Arts exhibition at London's House of St Barnabas is made up of artworks created by people who have spent time inside prisons, secure hospitals, immigration centres, young offender institutions, and are now ‘out’. The artworks showcase the creative achievements of the mentoring programme by Koestler Arts. These artists demonstrate the creative achievements of Koestler Arts’ mentee alumni, showing the varying styles and the different journeys the artists have taken post release.
01 - 31 August
A Feeling We All ShareKoestler Arts
'A Feeling We All Share' celebrates music, visual art and writing from criminal justice settings across the east of England. Together these artworks will infuse and interrupt the historic walls of Snape Maltings in Suffolk, with sights and sounds not usually seen or heard.
19 September - 03 November
ANOTHER MEKOESTLER ARTS EXHIBITION AT SOUTHBANK CENTRE
Another Me is the 12th exhibition produced by Koestler Arts in partnership with London’s Southbank Centre, taking place from 19th September – 3rd November 2019. This year, the exhibition will be curated by award-winning musician Soweto Kinch, one of the most exciting and versatile young musicians in both the British jazz and hip-hop scenes.
25 September - 15 November
NICOLE WASSALL: PRECIOUS METTLEFIUMANO CLASE
A unique solo show by British artist Nicole Wassall who investigates emotional strength through her intriguing use of a variety of materials: brass frames, suspended gold wires, granite, coins, wood, sound, and a silver marionette puppet.
Francesca Fiumano and Jo Baring in conversation with Nicole WassallFIUMANO CLASE
A breakfast talk starting at 10am, between Gallery Director Francesco Fiumano, Curator & Arts Advisor, Jo Baring, and contemporary artist Nicole Wassall. The three will discuss Wassall's work and her current exhibition 'Precious Mettle'.
02 - 06 November
TEFAF NEW YORK FALLPARK AVENUE ARMORY
As the world's most buoyant art market, New York City provides the ideal context for a TEFAF Fair outside Maastricht, and allows a vital, transatlantic meeting ground for a global community of dealers, collectors, curators, interior designers and art-and-antiques enthusiasts.
07 - 15 March
TEFAF Maastricht, the world’s leading art and antiques Fair, is unequalled in the quality of its offering, championing the finest art dealers and experts from around the world. TEFAF is a not- for-profit foundation acting as an expert guide for both private and institutional collectors in a global marketplace, which inspires lovers and buyers of art everywhere.