The ArtHouse shows works created in and or inspired by the Aldeburgh Beach Lookout
Viewing by appointment call Caroline on 01728 452754 to fix a time.
Duchamp 100 Years Later
Now in 2017 The Mr Tut (an anagram of R Mutt) Collaboration advances modern art with a work which takes Duchamp’s Fountain and makes it relevant to today's global issues. This, says the Duchamp historian, Calvin Tomkins, is needed now. PeaceWar is the beginning of Peoples Post Modernism when artists move on from art world self-absorption and make works of art of depth and spiritual resonance which unite humanity, as art is supposed to do.
Easter Weekend - create your own artwork from found objects
This Easter weekend - come to Aldeburgh Beach, collect your own found objects and create an artwork as did Peter Blake RA with A Walk Along Aldeburgh Beach.
Easter and throughout April - Susie Joyce PLACEMENT
Artist Susie Joyce talks about how important the placement of objects is and how some things one finds have special interest, feelings, intrigue and meaning. Susie will talk about collectors of the past couple of centuries, also artists like Cornell, and the installations of sculptors in 20 and 21st century.
The Aldeburgh Beach LOOKOUT
The Aldeburgh Beach South LOOKOUT is a tiny temple of inspiration for artists, poets, writers, performers and thinkers. Each Saturday the artist reveals what he / she has created during the week. Openings are usually on Saturday lunch times between 11 - 4 pm but please check our website for full details or ring Caroline Wiseman on 01728 452754. Email email@example.com for further information. Please click here to see our Aldeburgh Beach Lookout website.
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