11 – 19th Jan 2018
Open 9am – 4.30pm, Mon-Fri only
Sotheby’s, 34-35 New Bond St, London
Outside In: Journeys is an exhibition to celebrate the launch of our new charitable status, and reflect upon our journey so far and what lies ahead. It will include work from a range of artists, some who have been involved in Outside In from the beginning and others who have joined more recently.
The following activities, all free to attend, will take place at Sotheby’s during the exhibition. Note that you need to book a place on many of these as numbers are limited.
Artist Breakfasts* – 9.30 – 10.30am, Mon 15 & Wed 17 Jan
Open to Outside In artists, these breakfasts offer a relaxed opportunity to explore the exhibition and meet other artists while enjoying a coffee and croissant.
Sotheby’s Networking & Behind-the-Scenes Workshop* – 10.45am-12.30pm Wed 17 Jan
Run by Sotheby’s staff, this workshop for Outside In artists will provide an insight into the behind-the-scenes workings of Sotheby’s, a gallery and auction house. The workshop offers networking experience and will involve a mock auction.
Artist Support Day – 10.30am – 4pm, Tues 16 Jan
Do you want to sign up as an Outside In artist but would like some help with photographing work and writing an artist statement? If so, attend our Artist Support Day, run by Hannah, our Artist Development Coordinator.
Venue and toilets are on the ground floor and are wheelchair-accessible.
In this exhibition:
I use machine embroidery techniques to create figures, birds, insects, flowers and text which come together in reticulate structures. I consider the way I work as 'Drawings in stitch'' and I assemble the figures in …
“I like to work with my hands. I’ve drawn for years, on and off, even as a child I was always scribbling something but I didn’t take it seriously until I came to Bethlem where …
I have been selected from 190 Artists for the Outside in London competion. To show at least 4 works at The Cafe Gallery project gallery in Southwark park Bermondsey South Docklands! so you can see …
Born in December 1947 near Lisbon, Portugal, Manuel joined the fire brigade as a volunteer at a young age. His life's ambition was to be in the army, and many of his works reflect this …
My work is about exploring the relationship between everyday life and popular culture. I incorporate images of pop stars, movie icons, fashion and cartoons. Disney means a lot to me, reflecting back to childhood memories …
Peter Cutts is one of the six award winners from Outside In 2007. Peter Cutts is a Brighton based artists whose work shows a wonderful use of line, a great sense of fun and creativity as …
I am a 40 year old artist from south east London with a long history of mental illness. Having been detained under the mental health act on 3 occasions I have witnessed the nature of …
My family were Romany gypsy's and I started doing needlework when I was seven. My Grandma taught me how to stitch. I have been on the road since I was nine around Essex and London. I …
I am interested in the space that's around me,particularly inside my home.I see space as fractured dimensions that can be free and open or closed and restricting.The internal and external world merge and flip in …
I have been making my work for over a decade and because of my insular nature, rarely do I reach out and show it to people. I find the issue of applying terminology to so …
I have been active in different creative and culture disciplines in Southampton since the early nineties such as music, Art and recently poetry. I graduated form Winchester School of Art in 2004. My Painting practice is …
Nigel is fascinated with a female figure and form. Sometimes he draws from memory, other times Nigel will draw someone who is in the same room as him, especially if it is someone new. He …
Art to me means self-expression attached to a concrete dream, a self-development, a therapy, a mission; the framework that becomes a solid bond in my heart. To make art is to unite people, to …
James Lake creates large scale cardboard and paper sculptures. The work is based on the themes of humanity, strength, and vulnerability. Although James is a disabled artist he seeks to make work that cannot be …
Pat Mear is a South London artist specialising in Fine Art Painting and was tutored by practicing artists at Croydon College of art for 5 years in 1960s after a significant year of change spent …
Although I have degree in art, I was associated with art brut, as a result of my visual language, the need to fill the space up, to use pure white and black paint, and the …
Many years later, a piano was donated to Atelier Corners, where he produces his work and this may have ignited his earlier interest in music. This is when he began creating his series of 'music …
On arrival to London, Andrew did not speak for several years and remained silent. Now much of Andrew's work involves story telling and performance incorporating both written and spoken language. Andrew weaves, sews, threads, constructs, …
I have been creating my ceramic animals for 8 years. I have a unique round Folk-Art style. My favourite animals to draw, paint and sculpt are horses, ponies, cows, goats, kangaroos and dragons. I also …
My art was an outlet to start with and a way to express how I was feeling at the time. I include themes of nature with an organic feel in my work. My art gave …
I started painting when I was 19 whilst recovering from a nervous breakdown. I have been under psychiatrists for 38 years but for the last five years I have lived independently without their help. I …
I make alarming amounts of collages and music to sooth my overwhelmed nervous system.
Artist based in Southampton. Passionate about painting in all its forms. I am a self made artist and I have been doing artworks for more than 40 years. I have always been fascinated by all types …
Michelle has drawn and painted throughout her life. As a young girl, she accompanied her grandfather, a watercolour painter who often worked outdoors. She has maintained this drive to make art, spending much of her …
http://www.instagram.com/jacobrockart/ l was born in London in 1961. I compulsively collect rubbish, usually as I walk to work. I feel compelled to take pick up discarded materials seen as worthless that become ritual objects that …
In 1991 I threw some molten wax into cold water. The resulting solid was complicated and fragile, which I later covered in clear resin. Soon found objects were being included in assemblages on wooden bases. …
I am 54 years old and have always loved Art. I have worked as a potter at Amberley Chalkpits Museum, a silversmith at R.L.S Silversmiths and later in life took a National Diploma in graphic …
Hello there Friends. I've been wondering what to say but I would like to say a big THANK YOU to Mr Marc Steene and all at Pallant House Art Gallery, Chichester for all their wonderful …