Pelham Picks

An exclusive look at the most illustrious private views of the week ahead

Paul Nash at Tate Bitain

 

Paul Nash, Eclipse of the Sunflower, 1945, Oil on canvas, British Council (London, UK) Paul Nash © Tate

 

Tate Britain’s latest exhibition bring together a life time of works from Paul Nash from his earliest drawing to his iconic Second World War paintings. The exhibition explores the artist inspirations from equinox and the phases of the moon and how he interpreting his environment according to a unique, personal mythology which evolved throughout his career.

 

Patrons Opening Reception: 24th October 7:00 pm

 

 

 

Parasolstice – Winter Light 2016
Nathaniel Rackowe: Black Shed Expanded

 

 

Parasol unit foundation for contemporary art presetns Black Shed Expanded light sculpture by London-based artist Nathaniel RackoweThis work is the 2016 addition to the Parasolstice – Winter Light series, for which Parasol unit invites a contemporary artist to exhibit a work that addresses the phenomenon of light.

 

The large-scale shed structure is installed, as if mid-explosion, upside-down, its contours wrenched apart, exposing its illuminated interior. The wooden shed, painted with black bitumen, emanates an eerie acid-yellow glow from the white strip-lighting inside it reflecting off the painted walls of its interior.

 

Private View: 26th October 6:00 pm

 

V&A Friday Late: gal-dem

 

 

The V&A is teaming up with online magazine and collective gal-dem. Made up of over 50 women of colour, gal-dem offers their take on the world. With an all-female line up, events include Female MC Corner, Black History Tours exhibition Unmasked Women: Identity and much more.

 

 

Event: 28th October 6:30 pm