We Must Cultivate Our Garden, Margate
The exhibition We Must Cultivate Our Garden features the work of 16 past Turner Prize artists alongside art and animation by students from schools local to Margate. The show is part of the Sixteen Trust, and aimed to foster the arts talents of tomorrow, in deprived areas of the UK, who may go unsupported and undiscovered, unless funds are found to give them vital arts support, education and encouragement. These are the artists, technicians, makers and creators who will secure our culture into the future.
This exhibition raised awareness and money for The Sixteen Trust, an education charity founded by Skal's Lee Cavaliere. For more information contact email@example.com. Case Study: click here
Turner Prize Artists: Charity Fundraiser, London
A preview of a forthcoming exhibition of 22 Turner Prize nominees and winners, presented to raise money for The Sixteen, an education charity founded by Skal's Lee Cavaliere. Date: September 2-8 at 10 Hanover, London. For more information and list of works, contact , and visit www.thesixteen.org.
Stuart Semple, Bermondsey Project Space, London
At the Bermondsey Project Space, curated by Skal; an exhibition celebrating 20 years of works by artist and activist Stuart Semple. August 2019. http://stuartsemple.com/
Featuring Pierre-Marc Bonenfant, Emily Forgot and Misha Milovanovich
Skal Press From Collectible
Exhibitions at Skal Gallery, London
Solo exhibitions presenting LG White, Marc Standing, Martin Gustavsson and Shaun Stamp; group exhibitions including Julian Opie, Chris Levine, Melvin Galapon, Morag Myerscough and Emily Forgot. At Skal Gallery, 280 Mare Street, London E8 1HE. For more information see the artist pages.
Belgium Week, Hong Kong
Curated by Sheila Arora, Belgium Week was a celebration of Belgian culture in Hong Kong from art to comics, music, gastronomy and business - following Belgium’s hugely successful Business of Design Week in 2015. Of the art featured, including Harold Ancart, Sophie Whetnall, Angel Vegara and Michel Mouffe, curator Joel Banzakin asked: “Why is such a small country so in the spotlight in the world of Art worldwide ? Could the answer lie in the extraordinary number of collectors, artists of all nationalities, quantity of galleries and exhibition venues? If this collection brought to Hong Kong cannot in itself justify Belgium’s repute, could it simply be that such attention serves to energise the country’s innate cultural energy?”