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THE KOPPEL PROJECT

26 Holborn Viaduct, EC1A 2AT

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undergroundFarringdon / Bus Holborn Circus (Stop L)


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MY LIFE IN LONDON : IAN WORNAST AND THOMPSON HALL
Mar 21 - 27, 2018
ActionSpace artists Ian Wornast and Thompson Hall are delighted to announce their exhibition 'My Life in London'. This exhibition will show new work created over the past year, during which the two artists embarked on an intensive programme of individual and collaborative creative development. This exhibition is is the culmination of an Unlimited Emerging Artist Commission and explores Ian and Thompson’s experiences of living and travelling around London.
Opening hours vary, please check our website for further information.

Click to enlargeBAJ SHOWCASE
Sep 15 - 23, 2018 FINAL WEEK
The Koppel Project is pleased to host BAJ Showcase, an exhibition showcasing the latest designs of the British Academy of Jewellery graduates, including the results of this year’s international project in which students were invited to create innovative designs using Amber. The show, a visual feast of inventiveness, is a must-see.
Alongside the jewellery designs of this year’s graduating students the exhibition will also showcase the results of the British Academy of Jewellery’s international project entitled “Valuing Amber”. Through academic and practical research questioning the idea of value, participants explored what value is, how it is created, and why it matters. This investigation culminated in an international exhibition in China and a bilingual catalogue, before being on display during the London Design Festival. The show, a visual feast of inventiveness, is a must-see.

CU-ULTURE AND TRADITION: SAME EXPERIENCE, DIFFERENT LOCAL
Oct 5 - Nov 16, 2018
Private view Thu Oct 4 6pm - 8pm
The Koppel Project is pleased to present CU-ULTURE AND TRADITION: SAME EXPERIENCE, DIFFERENT LOCAL, a group exhibition curated by Adeola Arthur Ayoola featuring works by emerging artists living and working in Nigeria.

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