London Art Fair 2018

Iniva

Section :
Gallery address :
  • Rivington Place
    London
    EC2A 3BA
Phone number :
  • 0207 729 9616
Iniva (Institute of International Visual Arts) is an evolving, radical visual arts organisation dedicated to developing an artistic programme that reflects on the social and political impact of globalisation.
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GALLERY IMAGES

Please Do Not Bend
Mary Evans

Please Do Not Bend

Bridge of Miracles
Joy Gregory

Bridge of Miracles

Golden Flow
Marine Lewis

Golden Flow

Untitled
Teija Williams

Untitled

Exhibiting Artists

  • Sutapa Biswas
  • Joy Gregory
  • Mary Evans
  • Sinta Tantra
  • Teija Williams
  • Marine Lewis

ForthComing Events

  • AT THE FAIR:
    Thursday 19 Jan, 2.30pm - 3.30pm. Women's work? Artists in conversation
    Speakers: Artists Joy Gregory, Sutapa Biswas, Mary Evans, Marine Lewis & Sinta Tantra in conversation. Chaired by Althea Greenan.
    Intergenerational discussion between artists, presented on Iniva's Art Projects stand, offering overlapping perspectives at the intersection of race, gender and politics.

    Friday 20 Jan, 11.30am - 12.30pm. Care and concern: Supporting contemporary women artists
    Speakers: Eliza Gluckman, curator and Director at Day+Gluckman, Nadja Romain, journalist, curator and special advisor to the Women for Women International and Stella Bottai Programme curator at the Stanley Picker Gallery. Chaired be Melanie Keen, Director, Iniva.
    Exploring methods of support for women's art practice from the multiple perspectives of collecting, curating and philanthropy.

    Public Tours Programme. Led within the Art Projects section of the fair
    Collector and Curator: can you be both?
    Thursday 19 Jan, 5.30 - 6.30pm led by Melanie Keen
    Saturday 21 Jan, 3pm-4pm led by Rodrigo Orrantia
    Established and young collectors keen to bring a curator's eye to how they approach collecting are encouraged to participate.

    EXTERNAL EVENTS: Keith Piper, Unearthing the Banker’s Bones
    A major monographic exhibition at Bluecoat, Liverpool, to 22 January 2017
    It features a 70th Anniversary Commission for the Arts Council Collection with Iniva and Bluecoat.