at Salon (London)
295 Regent Street, London W1B 2HL
31 August-11 September 2009
10am-6pm, then 7-9pm for the evening events
(LONDON) is a new arts collective inspired by non-traditional spaces
and inter-disciplinary collaboration and is dedicated to showcasing the
UK’s most innovative and inspiring up-and-coming artists.
ever SALON (LONDON) project will, for two weeks only, take over a vacant
commercial office building on Regent Street. The former music workshop
will house a group art exhibition by day and performance events by
Drawing inspiration from the ‘salon’ ethos of education and
entertainment, both the group exhibition and the evening performance
events showcase a range of artistic disciplines: painters, photographers,
film-makers, installation artists, comedians, dramatists, writers, and
poets will come together to tell a unique, yet coherent, story.
Alexandra Valy will be showing 'People in glass houses'
See who else is showing here.
See/download the press release here.
Square-up the year
A floor-to-ceiling exhibition of works 15x15cm to end
25 September 2009
Sophie Monks Kaufman reviews Salon (London)
People in glass houses' is best in show according to Sophie Monks Kaufman.
02 September 2009
Alexandra's work has been selected for a place on the artselector sculpture
31 August 2009
Alexandra sends out her first newsletter.
31 August 2009
Salons are back
Salons seem to be in fashion again. Alexandra Valy will be showing at Salon
(London) on Regent Street.
25 June 2009
Alex has NO:ID
Alexandra Valy will be showing at the NO:ID gallery.
22 June 2009
Alex answers some questions
Alexandra Valy does a Q&A on the FAD website.
22 March 2009
Art Selector review
Another good review for 'you only have to believe'.
21 March 2009
Robert White reviews Affluenza and likes ' the white elephant' ('you only have
19 March 2009
Infected by Affluenza
Alex will be showing 'you only have to believe' and 'people in glass houses'
at the Affluenza exhibition.
2 March 2009
Alex has been selected as this week's Curators' Choice on Axis by the Curatorial
© 2009 Alexandra Valy