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+ + +   April 2007
    Nolias Gallery at The Thomas aBecket / 320 Old Kent Road SE1 5UE

7 to 11 April - Stonefree

private view 6 pm Fri 6 April and continues until Wed 11 April, 1 to 6 pm

A retrospective look at the weird and wonderful world of Glastonbury Festival. Photographer Stone (Royston E Naylor) has been documenting the event since 1990 and has amassed a huge archive of photographs. Mainly black
and white, the images concentrate on ordinary people and the extraordinary alter-egos they allow themselves to express - candid glimpses of chilled-out contemplation, mad moments of mayhem and merriment - take a trip down memory lane's most psychedelic sidewalk - stonefree!

    Nolias Gallery at Great Suffolk Street / 60 Great Suffolk Street SE1 0BL

19 to 23 April - Between the Made

private view 6 pm Fri 20 April - the exhibition runs from 19 to 23 April, 1 to 6 pm

Lisa Stockham and Alice Hackney explore the culmination of their practices and present ceramic, textile sculptures and mixed media installation.


27 April to 01May - House of Different Bricks

private view 6 pm Thu 26 April and continues from 27 April to 01 May, 1 to 6 pm

Through a changing collection of unique artists, House of Different Bricks offers its viewers the opportunity to experience works in two, three and four dimensions.

    Nolias Gallery at Liverpool Road / 201 Liverpool Road N1 1LX

29 March to 3 April - DIY

private view 5:30 pm Wed 28 March and continues from 29 March until 3 April, 11 to 6 pm

A subversive play on a British Sunday afternoon pastime, ‘DIY’ will throw you into scenes of desire, hate, passion and disgust all of which will question you and your intentions.


5 to 10 April - Influx

private view 6 pm Wed 4 April and continues from 5 to 10 April, 11 to 6 pm

An insight into the Royal Academy Schools with works by Alex Knell, Alasdair Duncan, Robert Pratt, Hannah Birkett, Eemyun Kang, Appau Junior Boakye-Yiadom, Liz Waller, Caroline Gorick, Joanna Phelps, Rebecca Partridge, Alana Lake, Robert Leech, Sam Adams, Joanna Bryniarska, Gabriel Daniels, Nicola Carvell, Angus Sanders Dunnachie, Maria Zahle, Caline Aoul, Jill Mason and Alex Scarfe.


14 April - Fwd: Cult - Forward Culture

Saturday 14 April from 6 to 11 pm

Fwd: Cult draws together a host of live artists, poets, puppeteers, sound artists and musicians, whose work depends on the immediacy of live performance and direct contact with an audience.


21 April - Marcin Masecki and Candi Saez Valiente

Saturday 21 April from 6.30 to 11 pm

An evening with pianist Marcin Masecki and painter Candi Saez Valiente.


25 to 30 April - Stitches in Time

private view 6 pm Thu 26 April - the exhibition runs from 25 to 30 April, 11 to 6 pm

An Exhibition of Needlepoint - The Original Work Of David Evans and Nigel Quiney from 1979 to 2007
and to celebrate David’s Sixtieth Birthday