Posts Tagged: Pavel Büchler

Audio Described Introductory Tour – Pavel Büchler

Free Join us for an informal audio described introduction to our current Pavel Büchler exhibitions with a focus on two key works. Suitable for blind and partially sighted visitors and their friends and family. Places are free but should be booked online or by calling Ikon on 0121 248 0708. Please note that online booking… Read more »

Book Club

£4 per person Ikon’s second Book Club event continues our exploration of The Castle by Franz Kafka in the light of Pavel Büchler’s exhibition. This session is led by Jamie Sutcliffe, and focuses on the ‘artist’s book’ as a medium, drawing widely upon examples of 20th century art and experimental literature. The Castle is available… Read more »

Saturday Studio

£6 per person (Cost includes refreshments and materials) Join us for our new regular practical session devised especially for adults. Explore creative approaches to making art in response to Ikon’s current exhibition by Pavel Büchler. An informal opportunity for those wanting to develop a portfolio or take part in a fun afternoon of making. Places… Read more »

Artist’s Talk – Pavel Büchler

Free, suggested donation £2. Join artist Pavel Büchler as he discusses his life and work, including the inspiration behind his current Ikon exhibition. This event commences with a consideration of Büchler’s work by Silvia Ziranek, (SZ ON) PB, BRIEFLY, FOR PB. Places are free but should be booked online or by calling Ikon on 0121 248… Read more »

Exhibition opening – Pavel Büchler

Free, pay bar Join us to celebrate the opening of our new exhibition – Pavel Büchler (Honest) Work. We also launch Black Country Voyages 2015 with Jacques Nimki and the Ikon Youth Programme.

(Honest) Work

Ikon presents the most comprehensive UK exhibition to date by Pavel Büchler. Born in Prague in 1952 and based in this country since the 1980s, Büchler is renowned as an influential teacher and figure in the international art scene. Büchler’s exhibition at Ikon involves a wide range of media including text, found objects, obsolete technologies… Read more »

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