Three fiddlers, two voices, one melodeon and a pair of clogs!
Last Sunday 17th April, Andipa was proud to host a live music and dance performance at our gallery space in Knightsbridge. Organized by Andipa’s founder, Maria Andipa, the concert was a huge success and featured live traditional English folk music accompanied with the delicate art of clog dancing. The gallery felt alive, music and movement resonating throughout its rooms.
Known for its luxury shopping, futuristic architectural skyline and extravagant nightlife, Dubai is an emerging business capital that you might not expect to host a major Urban Art project. However, the growing popularity of contemporary art in the last couple years has inspired a new wave of projects, pop-up events and collectors excited to take a part in the rapidly growing Contemporary market.
An exclusive Alexander de Cadenet exhibition is set to take place for one week only from April 15th – 23rd at Andipa with The Retrospective Book Launch Preview on the evening of Thursday April 14 during which De Cadenet will be present for book signing and to personally unveil his new Skull portrait artwork of King Richard III. Written by renowned art historian Edward Lucie-Smith, the book covers the evolution of De Cadenet’s work in painting, sculpture and photography over the past 20 years.