Exhibit Here is an Online Art Gallery and Curator of Pop-Up Exhibitions across London, founded by Fine Artist Leila Bibizadeh in 2013. Exhibit Here works tirelessly to provide regular exhibition opportunities throughout the year in prestigious galleries and venues. The exhibitions not only create a platform for artists to showcase their work, but they are also great networking events for meeting like minded creative's!
Exhibit Here's Summer Exhibition will be a vibrant, energetic, fresh and immersive exhibition of contemporary art, it will also be our second exhibition at the Menier Gallery this year.
Join us at the Private View to meet the artists and Leila!
A form of universal energy pulsates through the natural world - seen and unseen, sensual and sexual, subtle and dramatic, creative and destructive, calming and terrifying - it shapes the world as we know it. From birth to death, every living thing is animated and moulded by the forces of nature.
In celebration of World Elephant Day on Wednesday 12th August, the DSWT welcomes you to a week-long exhibition featuring a stunning collection of original pencil and red earth drawings by award-winning wildlife artist, Dominique Salm, to help raise awareness for an iconic species under threat from ivory poaching.
In this heart-warming one-off exhibition, Dominique’s remarkably naturalistic portraits focus on individual orphaned baby elephants in the care of the DSWT’s Orphans’ Project in Kenya – a pioneering programme which works to rescue, hand-raise and rehabilitate orphaned calves, giving them a second chance at life in the wild. Discover the stories of these ‘survivors’ at the Menier Gallery from 10th to 15th August.
For all artwork sales, a generous 40% will be donated to the DSWT in support of their life-saving conservation projects in Kenya.
Documentary Photographer Michael Tubi aka (Michael Tubes) has created "Sounds of Africa", a multimedia exhibition that will allow you to experience different genres from across the African continent.
Music has always played a major role in the African society. Instruments vary from region to region and common forms of musical expression are used from county to county and from tribe to tribe.
The African continent is the second largest in the world, with about a 10th of the world’s population and one thousand indigenous languages spoken throughout the continent. Music is essential in representing a strong African heritage.
When discovering African music, many notice both similarities and the differences with Western music. There are many shared characteristics such as the rhythm, melody, harmony, musical instruments, meter, and timbre, etc. However, what makes African music unique is its way of expressing and sharing the continent's rich culture.
This exciting multi-media exhibition was created to promote African music by showcasing the best African artists to greater understand and appreciate their artistry. Genres such as Afrobeat, Hi-life, Fuji, Makossa, Kwaito, Coupe -Decale make African music the intriguing mix that it is today, I feel there is a lack of exhibitions or platforms that showcase a range artists representing Africa.
This will allow the audience to access numerous talents that have taken the African music scene by storm.
Many people have not had the opportunity to see African artists perform when they are in the UK - equally many african audiences are unfamiliar with the music of other genres from across Africa.
This exhibition will allow these new audiences to experience the variety and richness of the contemporary sounds of African music from a range of artists that have helped African music become the phenomenon that it is today.