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DIFFERENT ART - A CONTEMPORARY FINE ART GALLERY IN CENTRAL LONDON

Located in the heart of Fitzrovia, London, Gallery DIFFERENT presents contemporary painting, sculpture, drawing, print, photography and mixed media from BRITISH and INTERNATIONAL ARTISTS. As well as presenting a dynamic schedule of exhibitions and events, DIFFERENT collaborates with other galleries worldwide to promote and curate exhibitions for its artists.

Events at Gallery Different

Calista Kazuko & Guests - Project Love Me Party 12th Jul 2017, 6:30 pm to 10:00pm Calista Kazuko & Guests - Project Love Me Party

Gallery Different's Art & Music Series presents

Calista Kazuko & Guests

Project: 'Love Me' Party 

Born into a bohemian family where music was the staple diet, Calista is the daughter of the late renowned violinist Paul Robertson.  After studying piano at London's Royal Academy of Music, Calista has been performing and winning fans across the world with her dynamic voice and captivating songwriting.

Calista's explosive new EP, 'Project: Love Me', is the result of her recent collaboration with award winning film composer Guy Dagul. This highly anticipated debut is an epic, cinematic collection of songs which takes you on a journey filled with passion, sophistication, man-eating and drama.

“An undoubted talent.” ~ Sir George Martin

Come join Calista and friends for a very special evening as their infamous 'Project: Love Me' party teams up with Gallery Different to celebrate 'LONDON - The Greatest City on Earth', an exhibition by gallery and guest artists.

Let's send Calista off on her US Tour with a bang!
Calista's special guests will be announced shortly.

LINKS:

'Poison' Music Video
'Poison' Live
'Daddy Issues' Music Video

Calista's Website
YouTube
Facebook
Twitter
Instagram:
Soundcloud

 

Part of Gallery Different's Art & Music Series

Ticket holders will have an exclusive preview of exhibition

'LONDON - The Greatest City on Earth'

A group exhibition which opens to the public on 14th July2017

At a time when London and Londoners have experienced huge difficulties, this exhibition aims to celebrate the great qualities of our vibrant cosmopolitan capital city and its global influence

Painting, sculpture, prints and mixed media artworks by over 20 gallery and guest artists.

All artwork will be available to purchase and can be viewed on our website www.gallerydifferent.co.uk

Images:  'Hope', oil on canvas, Mick Dean; 'London', limited edition print, Julian Knapp

Doors open at 6.30pm and the performance will commence at 7.30pm.  Do try to arrive early to view the exhibition.  There will be a cash bar serving a range of wines, beers and soft drinks with table service.  Bar snacks will be available.  Seating will be cabaret style which will be allocated on a first come first served basis.  Please note you may be sharing a table with other guests who are not in your party. 

Useful Information:

Nearest tube stations are Goodge Street (Northern Line), Tottenham Court Road (Central and Northern Lines), Warren Street (Victoria, Northern Lines). 

There is limited on street parking which is free after 6.30pm

Tickets must be purchased onine and your email confirmation produced to gain admittance.  Some tickets may be available on the door subject to availability.

No ID is required on entry but may be required for proof of age when purchasing aloholic drinks.

Please note that ther are no cloakroom facilities so please try to avoid brining large bags.

 

      

Art Fair Showcase

26 June - 1 July

An opportunity to view in the gallery a selection of work shown at this Spring and Summer Art Fairs.   We will be hosting a drinks reception and private viewing on Tuesday 27th June - attendance is strictly RSVP only. 

Catalogues will be available for each of the artists showing a full range of the work available

Laura Beaumont | Adam Binder | Denis Bowen |Gil Carvalho  | Cain | Mick Dean | Andy Hasler | Keith Haynes | Sarah Michelle | Guy Portelli |  Anthony Quinn | Matt Small | Christine Taherian | Tara Winona                                                                    

 

 

   

'LONDON - The Greatest City on Earth'

A group exhibition which opens to the public on 14th July 2017

At a time when London and Londoners have experienced huge difficulties, this exhibition aims to celebrate the great qualities of our vibrant cosmopolitan capital city and its global influence

There will be a series of live performances and events throughout the summer - look out for information here and in our newsletters.

To subscribe to our newsletters and to receive exclusive invitations contact us

 

 

 

Image: Hope, Oil on canvas, Mick Dean

 

 

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