Representation in United Kingdom


The colourful side of darkness

Aleksij Kobal, Igor Bravničar

This exhibition will present a selection of recent works by two celebrated Slovenian painters, both born in the 1960s and currently living in Ljubljana.

  • 21/02/2018 to 02/03/2018

Works by Arthur Analts

In light of recent debates and interest in borders, both as an abstract metaphor and as physical barriers to define and protect nation states, Arnalts’ installation confronts the viewer with the duality of what can be seen and the multi-layered meanings underlying. Drawing on notions of borders within political discourse and popular culture, the installation aims to reflect on the ambivalence of Borders – both as boundaries of our social or...

  • 07/03/2018 to 16/03/2018
Bulgarian language and cultural evening

Join us at Europe House for an evening to celebrate the Bulgarian language. The event aims to introduce non-Bulgarians to the language of this beautiful and fascinating country, and is open to all. It coincides with Bulgaria's presidency of the Council of the European Union and is held in conjunction with the...

  • 15/03/2018
White Collar Black Man, etching, handcoloured, 50x40 cm (C) Marcelle Hanselaar

Marcelle Hanselaar was born The Netherlands and lives and works in London.

Hanselaar’s work both as a painter and an etcher is quite dark but has also a biting sense of humour. “My images are like tableaux vivantes showing the hypocrisy of our social graces which gives us a veneer of civilization but does not protect us from random eruptions of our innate savagery. Recently her work has been inspired by contemporary conflicts.

  • 21/03/2018 to 06/04/2018