Our Colour Reflection
Manchester artist Liz West brings her show-stopping installation, Our Colour Reflection, to London’s Broadgate. The mirror-based piece is especially arresting in the stark winter season, with its rainbow of colours creating a high impact experience against the steel structures and glass facades of Exchange House.
Until 11 February 2017, Exchange House, Broadgate London, 12 Primrose Street, London EC2A.

Zarah Hussain: Life and Geometry
Artist Zarah Hussain makes sculptures, large-scale public installations and animations that build on her training in the traditional techniques of Islamic Art. At Walthamstow Village Window Gallery she presents a number of her smaller hand-painted works. This show coincides with another exhibition by Hussain – the presentation of her sculptural installation, Numina, in the Barbican foyer.
Until 3 January 2017, Walthamstow Village Window Gallery, 47 Orford Road, London E17.

Being sidetracked, burial caskets and the role of volunteer gardeners are just a few of the themes that have inspired the outdoor sculptures and installations by the artists of Sculpture Cymru that form a trail around Dryffryn Gardens and its arboretum. Exhibitors include Lee Odishow, Valerie Coffin Price, and Gwyneth Price.
21 December 2016 – 30 September 2017, Dyffryn Gardens, St Nicholas, Vale of Glamorgan, Wales.

Codes Of Faith
An exhibitions of works by 30 artists of all faiths and none, that considers the concept of faith in its broadest sense. From individual articulations of personal beliefs to works that critique organised religion, the seasonal message from this exhibition is of the value that lies within a plurality of viewpoints
Until 23 January 2017, Laura I. Gallery, IceHouse Court, Abbey Road, London IG11.

Jonny Tanna – Hotel 419
Jonny Tanna’s take on the group exhibition is to overlay it with the concept of a hotel, filled with a dynamic mix of guests, each bringing their own perspectives and personalities to the show. Artworks by emerging and established artists co-exist in this collaborative show that seeks to consider the ‘fronts that we present to ourselves and others’.
Until 8 January 2017, The Muse at 269 Gallery, Portobello Road, London W11.

All of the above are taken from a-n’s Events listings section, featuring events posted by a-n’s members

1.Liz West, Our Colour Reflection, 2016 Photo by Hannah Devereux
2. Snapshot from new digital animation by Zarah Hussain
3. Jonny Tanna, ‘Hotel 419’
4.Valerie Coffin Price, Sidetracked, 2016

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