Griffin Gallery is pleased to announce the sneak preview screening of a film festival cut of ‘Mirrors to Windows’, a film directed by Emmy Award winning American filmmaker Susan Steinberg. The final cut will debut January 21, 2016 at the National Portrait Gallery; please join us on this occasion to see the film in a working state and participate in a Q&A afterwards with Susan Steinberg.
Mirrors to Windows is a unique film following an international cast of three generations of women from Cairo, France, Germany, Lebanon, the United States and the United Kingdom, who are all forging their careers in the heat of the London art scene.
The film takes you on an intimate but fast-paced journey, moving the lens between art and life to reveal the dynamic and multi-faceted story of this enigmatic calling.
It's in the negotiation between art and life, that the artist emerges.
Featured artists: Maliheh Afnan, Alice Anderson, Helaine Blumenfeld OBE, Jodie Carey, Susan Collins, Nermine Hammam, Charlotte Hodes, Sarah Lederman, Almuth Tebbenhoff, Rose Wylie RA
Complimentary wine and light refeshments will be served, courtesy of Griffin Gallery.
When & Where
Griffin Gallery is a contemporary exhibition space in West London. Our aim is to support the artistic community of London, creating a space for discussion about contemporary art and showcasing the very best of national and international talent. The gallery exhibition programme offers a platform for emerging as well as established artists, and we offer the use of our facilities for workshops, seminars and artist talks to create a dialogue around the artwork on display.
Within the Studio Building and above the Griffin Gallery are two fully equipped artists’ studios available for short and long term residencies, and adjoining the studios is the Innovation and Development Laboratory where new artists’ materials are developed for Winsor & Newton, Liquitex, Conté á Paris, Reeves, Le Franc & Bourgeois as well as Snazaroo face paints.
The Griffin Gallery also hosts the annual Griffin Art Prize, with the selected artist benefiting from a long term residency, all materials and a solo show – go to the Griffin Art Prize website for more information.