Artillery House 1A Sloane Court East
London SW3 4TQ
6th - 10th October 2006
PRIVATE VIEW: 5th October
The Affordable Art Fair
Autumn Collection 19 - 22 October 2006. Battersea Park, London
130 Galleries. Contemporary art for sale under £3,000.
ART MOVEMENT, an established London based gallery reppresenting some 50 accomplished contemporary artists, will host some of Simone's most significant works.
They say about themselves:
"The artists are selected for the way in which they master their chosen medium, their passion for their work, their originality and style. We provide a private art consultation service for the home and office. Our philosophy is to successfully promote the artists and supply good quality art at affordable prices. This is possible, without the overheads of a gallery."
This is how it all began:
"THE ART MOVEMENT was launched in 1995 as an art and dining club. Promoted by The Sunday Times, we selected 12 of London`s top restaurants to showcase our exhibitions of new artists` work each year - an exhibition a month. The club grew and took our attention away from our main focus - the art. So we closed the club in 1998.
We now concentrate on selecting artists, curating exhibitions and finding artworks for clients."
54 The Gallery, 54 Shepherd Market, London W1
Exhibition runs 17 – 23 July 2006
Jo Buonaguidi, Henrietta Corbett, Chuck Elliott, Natasha
Khan, Mark MacKinnon, Jean Miele, Simone Santi, Tim Scott, Phil Shaw,
"Art in Mind", Part 1 @ The Brick Lane Gallery
A photographic exhibition by Simone Santi
SaLon Gallery, 82 Westobourne Grove, London, W2 5RT
23 January - 5 February 2006
Movement around the World is an exhibition of some of Simone’s most recent work on motion. Subjects vary from children to taxis, football players to folklore dancers, but they all have one thing in common: movement. Various techniques were applied to capture the sense of dynamism transmitted by every subject, each one in a different way.
All pictures have been taken throughout 2005 during numerous trips in places as diverse as the USA, India, Korea and Mozambique, and represent an ongoing effort to develop movement photography as an expressive way for Simone to share with others the way he sees the World.
The exhibition took place at SaLon Gallery, a fashionable and cosy venue in Notting Hill which aims to bring culture, art, entertainment and characteristic cuisine to this unique and prestigious London area.