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Novas Galleries & Contemporary Urban Centres

Established in 1998, NOVAS Contemporary Urban Centres work to provide a creative forum for participants to express their feelings and use their experiences to create a better understanding of contemporary life in the urban environment--specifically from the point of view of the marginalized and excluded. By celebrating, exploring, and engaging with the vibrant yet latent talent of the dispossessed, Novas aims to break the cycle of poverty and exclusion. Additionally, NOVAS runs a shop and café offering fair trade and organic produce.

London

United Kingdom
Address:
73-81 Southwark Bridge Road
SE1 0NQ
Phone: 020 7403 8495
Website: http://www.novasscarman.org


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Current Exhibitions

Eye Level
(April 4th-May 3rd)


Forthcoming Exhibitions

Eye Level
(April 4th-May 3rd)

Flashy & Trashy
(May 9th- June 7th)


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Press Releases

EYE LEVEL
Novas Arts presents a multi media group exhibition (eye) level at the Contemporary Urban Centre, London Bridge Bankside

The exhibition (eye) level showcases the work of four artists, known as 58 - a collective from England, Spain and the USA, in their first group show. Their collective art practice includes painting, animation, photography, video and storytelling and spans a diverse range of themes and approaches.

Miranda Gavin will be showing an on-going body of work Home Discomforts which explores the construction of a wounded self-identity in the context of the family home. Miranda has created an installation of light boxes for this group exhibition using photographic material spanning thirty years to re-present memories. Looking at the past from a position of control, she attempts to reconfigure spatial and temporal relations and involve the viewer in what is a challenging and ultimately cathartic process.

Embracing the creative impulse, Timothy B Layden’s body of work Looking and Seeing/Curiosity and Feeling explores various perspectives and states within the shared spectrum of human experience, Focusing... [ Read all ]


Location And Getting There

Nearest tube: London Bridge


Opening Times

Mon-Sat
10am-6pm