Beryl Bainbridge, Barry Humphries, Lord Healey, the Duchess of Norfolk and Jonathan Miller (picture featured below) are among more than 25 people exhibiting their works at an art exhibition next month.
Private Painters in Public Life is an exhibition to be held at the London School of Economics and Political Science, Clement House, Aldwych, from 18 November to 3 December 1999. is an exhibition to be held at the London School of Economics and Political Science, Clement House, Aldwych, from 18 November to 3 December 1999.
The works are by distinguished politicians, journalists, diplomats, and medical practitioners. These include collages, landscapes, portraits, and abstract paintings, the majority of which will be for sale, with proceeds going towards a charity of their choice and the Art at LSE programme.
An opening night preview and reception in the Hong Kong Theatre, Clement House will be held on Wednesday 17 November 1999.
For further information about Art at LSE contact LSE arts co-ordinator Annette Nix on 0171 955 7747 or Judith Higgin, Press Officer, 0171 955 7582.
Art at LSE aims to provide up and coming artists with a central London space for innovative, dynamic exhibitions while enhancing the School's own environment for students, staff, alumni and friends. The emphasis is on helping to develop talent, with a link to social sciences and the wider work of the School as a meeting place of social and cultural diversity.
* This will be the third major exhibition hosted at the School. The first was a solo exhibition by Julie Held, hosted by LSE's Gender Institute. The second, in May 1999, was the first London premier of the work of acclaimed young Spanish artist Belén Cavestany. Her show Andalucia, sponsored by the Spanish Embassy, Iberia Airlines and Tio Pepe, attracted international press and sold 22 paintings.
27 October 1999