The Other Side Of The Moon
An exhibition bringing together practitioners of Korean origin resident in the UK with artists living and working in Korea. With a curatorial position to view how ‘intercontinental presentation’ can reveal juxtapositions within our globalised time, the show also looks deeper into cross-cultural discourse by engaging visitors with what can be seen as ‘alien’. Artists include Mi Young Choi, Sodam Choi, Soon Yul-Kang and Eunmi Kim.
27-31 March 2019, Bargehouse, Oxo Tower Wharf, Bargehouse Street, London, SE1 9PH.

The Gathering
A one-day event event in Swanscombe in the borough of Dartford, Kent, showcasing the work of three artists – Nicole MollettEsther Collins and Siobhan Schwartzberg – who have been working with local communities to explore connections to local food production, architecture and the possibilities of guided walks around historical sites. Everybody is welcome to view exhibitions, performances, walks and workshops that have evolved from each artists’ socially engaged projects. Dance, music, craft and local food will also be on offer.
Saturday 23 March, 12pm, Manor Community Primary School and Nursery, Keary Road, Swanscombe, Kent, DA10 0BU.

An exhibition of portraiture by Middlesbrough-based artist Dianne Bowell who uses techniques in painting, drawing and printmaking to abstract surfaces in order to investigate ‘fateful life events and significant people’. This a chance to see a new body of work produced by the artist in her Gilkes Street studio, as well compositions developed during an art residency at Stockton Sixth Form College.
Until 26 April 2019, The Python Gallery, 21 Gosford Street, Middlesbrough, TS2 1BB.

Maciej Świeszewski
A solo show of paintings by Polish artist Maciej Świeszewski, dean of the faculty of painting and graphics at The Gdańsk Academy of Fine Arts. In 2017 Świeszewski took part in an international symposium on painting, in Hangzhou, China, where he met Robert Priseman, currently visiting professor at the University of Suffolk in Ipswich. Invited to exhibit by Priseman, this is the first time Świeszewski has visited Suffolk. The exhibition doubles up as a chance for alliances to be made with students and staff at the university, as the artist shares how his work draws on experiences as a child of post-war Europe.
Until 5 April 2019, The Waterfront Gallery, Waterfront Building, 19 Neptune Quay, Ipswich IP4 1QJ.

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

1. Eunmi Kim, Me Time, 2019, video still from documentation of performance
2. Siobhan Schwartzberg, Area. Art. Architecture, photograph. Courtesy: the artist
3. Dianne Bowell, ‘aboutFace!’, 2019, exhibition invite
4. Maciej Świeszewski, Teorema, 2017, drawing. Courtesy: the artist

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