New work by Kate features in Epiphanies – an exhibition of outsider art

weatermanSUE KREITZMAN AND PETER HERBERT PRESENT A MAJOR NEW EXHIBITION OF OUTSIDER ART IN THE CONFERENCE CENTRE AT ST PANCRAS HOSPITAL, London.

PREVIEW NIGHT: WEDNESDAY 25 SEPTEMBER 2013, 5.30-8.30PM
EXHIBITION DATES: 26 SEPTEMBER – 28 NOVEMBER 2013

Following the fabulous previous outsider art exhibitions WOW, Flashier and Trashier and Dare to Wear at the Novas and St Pancras crypt Galleries, Epiphanies will explore a range of different sources of outsider art, using case history text to explore the dynamics of each artist.

The exhibition will be a unique insight into this fascinating world, bringing together up to 20 local and international Outsider Artists – including Kate Bradbury, more than half of Diego Brown and the Good Fairy.

The preview night ton Wednesday 25 September, 5.30-8.30pm in The Conference Centre at St Pancras Hospital. The event will include a speech from special guest John Maizels Editor of Raw Vision (the international journal of outsider art), plus performances (including from Diego brown and the Good Fairy) and refreshments. Everyone is invited. Please RSVP to orlabennnettpr@gmail.com

List of artists:

Sue Adden | Claudia Benassai | Manuel Bonifacio | Kate Bradbury | Michael Bajan Connell | Fiona Cosgrove | Elton Darlo | Yvonne Mabs Francis | Joe Gagliano | John Kahn | Nnena Kalu | Sue Kreitzman | Rosemary McLeish | Judith McNicol | David Mercer | Sexton Ming | Liz Parkinson | Valerie Potter | John Sheehy | John William

plus many more from the NHS Foundation Trust and beyond…

“If you hang out with us, you may experience epiphanies, revelations and visions. Visit us and you might burst into art, aflame with colour, exaltation and obsessive creativity. We are Outsider Artists, working far beyond the margins of the conventional art world. Untutored, obsessive, producing art for our own pleasure and therapy, inventing techniques, scavenging for unexpected materials, we are united in our need to express beliefs, angst, political and spiritual views, through art. View our passionate work and you may experience a strong urge to begin making art by any means possible. The streets are full of seductive rubbish. Inspiration is everywhere. Anyone can make art of anything! We are Outsider Artists. We will change your life.” EPIPHANIES curator and artist Sue Kreitzman

Epiphanies is supported by The North London NHS Charitable Fund No 1053769

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