7 - 12 June
Eminent Atelier’s mixed art exhibition shows London’s cityscape and its memories, both tangible and visible; but also invisible. Each detail leaves an impression on us.
The project shows the process and stages of the development and growing up of a war child.
The child is influenced and affected by its immediate environment and surroundings destroyed buildings are some of the child’s earliest memories. Yet a few years later, this child’s life is affected by what she sees during her visits to London. This combination of the reality of life in a post-war environment and the order of London, inspires her to become an architect and a designer.
Through photos, art and sketches we can detect how London a multicultural capital with rich art and architecture from centuries of history influenced and inspired someone to become an architect and artist.
Through photography, art and architectural projects Atelier attempts to envisage how the architecture, culture and art of Bosnia- Herzegovina has developed and could develop in the future. And also how its people should heal.
The exhibition takes place at Republic Gallery and admission is free.
Part of the London Festival of Architecture.
7th June – launch event starts at 18.00
8th – 11th June 11:00 – 17.00
12th June 11:00 – 14.00
1 Clove Crescent,
London E14 2BA
Getting to Republic Gallery:
East India DLR station is located onsite, 2 minutes walk from the Gallery. Exit East India station via the bridge over the flyover and head towards East India Dock. Republic Gallery is,located on the ground floor of Capstan House which can be identified by its distinctive yellow and teal facade.
The Gallery entrance is located opposite the Dock Wall. Go through the gate on the lefthand side of Capstan House and follow Dock Wall until you see a pathway on the right leading into the Gallery.
The nearest underground station is Canning Town on the Jubilee line, where you can connect to the DLR and travel one stop to East India. Bus route D3