Private View 2013
The Private View for the Cork Street Open Exhibition - Summer Show was held Thursday the 8th of August from 7-9pm.
You can find pictures from the 2013 Winter Exhibition Private View on our facebook page.
We are grateful to our Private View sponsors - Mottra Caviar and Miller's Gin.
2013 Winter Private View
Despite snow and cold weather collectors, artists and gallery owners enjoyed a delicious evening of caviar and contemporary art at the 2013 Winter Exhibition Private View.
Mick Bateman shared information about CRISIS and plans for events and exhibitions at the new project space in Bermondsey.
2012 Private View
Edward Lucie-Smith, author, international art critic, historian, and well-known broadcaster opened the Exhibition on behalf of CRISIS focusing attention on the Skylight Project and how art is used to help restore and rebuild the lives of single homeless people across the UK.
More than 200 artworks were shown across two galleries and guests enjoyed a beautiful summers evening full of art and delicious refreshment.
See more pictures from this year's Private View on our facebook page.
2011 Private View
Richard Dorment, Chief Art Critic from The Daily Telegraph, opened this year's event on behalf of the chosen charity, PAPYRUS - Prevention of Young Suicide.
PAPYRUS Chairman, Stephen Habgood, and his wife, Sheila were guests of honour at a Private View on the eve of this year's Exhibition.
Speaking to some 200 invited guests, Stephen thanked all present for their support for PAPYRUS, explaining how we aim to reduce the number of young suicides in the UK.
"It was a fantastic evening and the art on display was brilliant. I received a great welcome and a number of people spoke to me about PAPYRUS and either their interest or involvement with the charity. A wonderful evening." noted Stephen.
2010 Private View
More than 100 artists and guests attended the Private View for the 2010 Cork Street Open Exhibition on Wednesday, 11 August. Speakers included Big Issue founder, John Bird who also had two paintings in the Exhibition, Leukaemia survivor, Andy Jackson and Exhibition founder Kathryn Roberts.
In addition to two galleries of static art guests were treated to the unveiling of a living canvas painted by two-time World Champion body painter, Carolyn Roper. While Carolyn's art is often short lived, the life of this particular work was extended when a photograph of model, Rochelle Roberts was used for the 9-15 August cover of the London Edition Big Issue.