Our aim is to make Art more accessible by taking Art to the people. We exhibit in
people’s immediate environment by collaborating with local businesses, corporate
bodies, educational institutions, government bodies, traditional Art institutions
We specialise in reaching the sections of the populace who for differing reasons
have not had real opportunity to view Art in their immediate environment or who for
differing reasons are not regular visitors to traditional Art galleries. Click for
Kensington and Chelsea Road show.
Our success is not measured by how many Art works we sell, but by how many people
our exhibitions inspire to think about Art or to think about Art in a way they have
never done before. Click here for Review.
Our sponsors include local businesses inspired to support our vision of bringing
Art to the people. We are keen to hear from potential sponsors. Geographical boundary
is no barrier and if you would like more information on Talking Art and sponsorship
please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Talking Art is educational and can be adapted to meet the requirement of all levels
of primary, secondary and higher education. Talking Art is particularly relevant
to Art, Music and philosophy studies in mainstream institutions as well as other
places of learning. Talking Art is also suitable for in-house corporate training.
If you would like the road show to stop at your institution or organisation; or for
more information on our educational package please contact us on email@example.com.
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We take Art to people’s doorstep and encourage them to participate. Established
Art patrons, critics, Art lovers and non-regular visitors to traditional galleries
enjoy viewing Art in these venues.
KENSINGTON GALLERIES is collaborating with local businesses to bring Art to people’s
immediate environment. Its road show Art in Unconventional Spaces- A tour of Kensington
and Chelsea highlights Kensington and Chelsea local businesses’ commitment to the
promotion of Art in their immediate environment. The participating businesses include
THINK EARL’S COURT and HOMEBASE KENSINGTON. The road show also celebrates a local
artist, Charles Gore. Charles Gore was born in Earls Court and continues to live
in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. He is the first artist to exhibit
in THINK EARL’S COURT, a new building at 181 Warwick Road, London W14 8PU. The works
of Charles Gore were also exhibited in HOMEBASE KENSINGTON, the first stop of the
road show. For more information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org