This year Encounters provides an opportunity for children of all ages (i.e. anyone under a hundred years of age) to create a new type of rabbit. See examples of rabbits produced so far on the news page in futire posts. At the end of the Open House Season a judge will select the top three rabbits, whose […]
In September Architectural Plants new Sculpture Garden opened and Marion Brandis’ Kemptown Sphere, first seen in Encounters in May, was one of the wonderful pieces on show. And it was soon sold! We congratulate Marion on her work and her success and hope that the Sphere enjoys its new home.
The book ‘Art in Brighton’ has just been launched at a party in Brighton. Those Artists, Galleries and Houses that feature came to collect their copies. This wonderful book shows the depth and breadth of Art in our city and is a labour of love by Torben and Alison Keog of Kemp Street Productions. Encounters is […]
In addition to his work as a painter Abelardo Giron has been preparing to undertake a commission to create a sculpture in Cuba. His skill as a painter is was greatly valued in his exhibition in Encounters 2015 and it is exciting seeing him move into a new field of artistic expression. His recent work […]
About two hundred people who open their houses each year attended this year’s event at the Old Market Place in Hove. Judy Stevens gave a powerful speech saying that the artists open houses were remarkable as so many pepole gave so much energy to the activity. There were opportunities to catch up with old friends and meet […]
In February 2014 the Bilingual Primary School moved to a brand new site in Hove. To celebrate the opening of the new building Encounters was a main sponsor of an Art Exhibition in the school’s Entrance Hall. Each day the parents and children enjoy works of art especially made for them. The art work is exciting and provides important messages about […]
Encounters Art Space is proud to display the ceramics of Noemí Márquez in May this year. New pieces, brought directly from a major exhibition in Caracas, will be on show. .
Just in time for Easter, a team from Architectural Plants came to collect two of Noemí Márquez’s pieces. They are now on show amid a wonderful display of plants. It was a big job moving them. as you can see in the photo!
The AICA Award Winners have been announced in Venezuela. Several leading artists received with this award a well-deserved recognition for their artistic careers. The “Consummated Artist Award” went to sculptor Pedro Fermín – whose work was on show in Encounters in 2016.
Encounters is delighted to announce that Noemi Marquez’s wonderful and powerful ceramic pieces will be exhibited in Architectural Plants shortly. The pieces will be on display from the Easter weekend. This will be a splendid venue to see Noemi’s work as it will be set in a garden setting. We invite Encounters’ Art Lovers and […]
The largest Asian art market, Korea International Art Fair (KIAF). is hosted by Korea Galleries Association and will be held at Seoul COEX Hall A&B on SEP 25th (THU) – SEP 29th (MON) 2014. Artists currently having work in South Korea and being represented by Encounters will have their work shown at this important Art […]
The wonderful craft and skill of Professor Song can still be seen at Encounters.
The University of Essex is the only UK Higher Education Centre to have a dedicated building to display art from Latin America. The collection themes include Human Rights, Indigenous America. Portraiture and Religion. See more at: http://escala.org.uk/collection/collection-themes#sthash.mtwCmsqF.dpuf
CASS has a beautiful sculpture park in Sussex. After the summer holiday we will provide a full portfolio of work by Noemi Marquez and Gaudi Este and discuss possibilities with their curatorial team. The Cass Sculpture Foundation is an independent commissioning body dedicated to commissioning new work from emerging and established artists. It was developed […]
After Encounters May Show in 2015 sculpter Rafael Berrio was invited to take his whole collection to one of Sussex’s most interesting venues. About 30 artists display and sell their work in a garden setting. One of the pieces that Rafael is showing is pictured here. The show continues for another year.