Journey to the Blue City
A photography exhibition by artist Kashmirwala with a focus on ‘brotherhood’, including workshops and calisthenics classes. Kashmirwala‘s project, Journey to the Blue City, began in 2014 during a journey to Morocco’s ‘blue city’ of Chefchaouen, where he witnessed freestyle athletics on the streets of Casablanca. By locating the project within such teenage subcultures, Kashmirwala takes a deeper look at how non-profit movements are being built to support disadvantaged communities.
Until 23 August 2019, The Muse, 269 Portobello Road, London, W11 1LR.

Fairways Collective Open House
As part of the Artwave Festival featuring work by artists and makers from Lewes, Seaford, Newhaven and surrounding villages, this exhibition over two weekends features new work for sale by the artists that make up the Fairways Collective. Vicki Painting shows contemporary black and white photography; Joann Weedon presents Kuro Shiro ceramics; Judith Alder shows recent drawings and lithographs; Mandy Wax exhibits her latest paperworks; plus Everything Is This 2020 showcases a new collection of hand-made clothing.
17-18 August and 31 August – 1 September,  5 Fairways Road, Seaford, BN25 4EJ.

Peer Mentoring group in north and central London
Artist Katy Sayers Green seeks interest to kick start a peer mentoring group for those ‘on the Northern Line’ in London. An opportunity for a group of up to 12 artists to gather together once a month to ‘support each other’s artistic practice and career development’. As a painter, Green describes her work as ‘figurative abstraction’ and is planning a new project on the theme of climate change. Beginning at Camden Arts Centre, the sessions will be structured around research, criticality and eventually exhibiting.
Until 10 November 2019 (possibly ongoing), Camden Arts Centre and participating artists’ studios, London.

Contemporary Seascapes
An exhibition by Norfolk-based artist Corrin Tulk featuring over 60 paintings that look at coastal erosion observed during ‘walking meditations’ along the East Anglia coastline around Winterton and Caister. Tulk’s practice is continually inspired by beaches, dykes and vast rural landscapes. Her compositions are also drawn from travels to Cornwall and France as well as Perth, her birthplace in Australia.
20 August – 1 September 2019, Wymondham Arts Centre, 2 Church Street, Wymondham, NR18 0PH.

Perpetuum mobile
A video installation by artist Helen Kirwan, which was unveiled at the European Cultural Centre in Venice during the 58th Venice Biennale as part of the exhibition ‘Personal Structures’, curated by Global Art Affairs Foundation. Perpetuum mobile, the ‘final chapter in a trilogy of video work’, explores mourning and memory through the physical act of journeying. The artist also presents live performances during the biennial in collaboration with Dublin-based composer Tom Lane.
Until 24 November 2019, Palazzo Bembo, Riva del Carbon, 4793-4785, 30124, Venice, Italy.

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

1. Kashmirwala, Journey to the Blue City, 2014-19
2. Fairways Collective Open House flyer
3. Katy Sayers Green, Seeds – Summer, 150 x 120cm
4. Corrin Tulk, Discovery
5. Helen Kirwan, perpetuum mobile, 2019, video still

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