One Bare Foot Square LONDON – 78 International Artists from 15 different countries.
‘ONE BARE FOOT SQUARE’ is an artist-led, worldwide, collaborative travelling mosaic canvas, initiated by Uncooked Culture. Individual artworks from over 75 international artists were pieced together to form one big wall piece.
The mosaic canvas projects a spectrum of the loose theme, ‘life journey’, weaving together a catalogue of personal experiences from each artist. One Bare Foot Square’s destinations are led by participating artists, who initiate which country it will be hosted in next. Everywhere the project travels to, local artists are invited to created square works to participate.
The first stop was Amsterdam Outsider Art Gallery in The Hermitage museum, The Netherlands, a huge success by all accounts with many participating artists at the opening event, talking to a wide audience.
Mental Spaghetti co-curated the next stop, at The Dragon Café, London. We exhibited the canvas works from November 7 – December 19, and kicked off the show with an introduction from Chutima Kerdpitak, lead artist and original curator, for all Stops worldwide, character Comedy from Catherine Goodwin(Badwind), spoken word from Rosemary McLeish & Gareth Hughes, and a performance from Risja Steeghs.
One Bare Foot Square LONDON – 78 International Artists from 15 different countries
Isis Nedloni – Netherlands, Julia Sisi – France, Dan Casado – France, Jim Lockton – UK, Louis Vuittonet – USA, Ian Pyper – UK, Marie-Louise Plum – UK, Alison Silva – USA, Henk Koekenbier – Netherlands, Gustav Glander – Spain, Jim Meehan – USA, Rinaldo Klas – Suriname, Dion Hitchings – USA, Kit-Ling Tjon Pian Gi – Suriname, Evgen Copi – Slovenia, Vasko Vidmir – Slovenia, Edward Woltemate, Jr – USA, Josianne Ishikawa – Japan, Ascension Lorente-Huguet – UK, Kobina Wright – USA, Werens Puig – Spain, Kate Bauen – Switzerland, Carlo Keshishian – UK, Brian Gibson – UK, Rufai Zakari – Ghana, Stephen Judges – USA, Risja Marie Henriëtte Steeghs – Netherlands, Shaundell Horton – Suriname, Jenny Hartley – New Zealand, Lynn Todd – New Zealand, Andrew Stahl – UK, Chakkrit Chimnok – Thailand, Susan Biebuyck – USA, Timothy Campbell – USA, Sancha Sullivan – Suriname, Zoran Milavera – UK/Macedonia, Mahlia Amatina – UK, Tontxi Vazquez – UK, MaryAnn McCarra-Fitzpatrick – USA, Nick Stavrides – USA, Renée Rey – USA, Patrick Jude – USA, Mow – UK, Christy Symington- UK, Hiroko Nakajima – Japan/UK, Tom McGill – USA, Chris Czainski – UK, Paul Czainski – UK, Erin O’Rourke – UK, Kristen Woodward – USA, Liz Parkinson – Australia, Bert Schoonhoven – Netherlands, Carla van Slooten – Netherlands, Pam Santi – USA, Jeff Roland – France, Jade Chorkularb – UK, Gareth Hughes – UK, Sandra Mendelsohn – Netherlands, Sejin Park – South Korea, Yvonne Mabs Francis – UK, Miranda Sky – UK, Helen Roeten – Netherlands, John Adkins – USA, Edward Kingsbury III – USA, Eva Preston -USA, Jeroen Rolf Schoonhoven – Netherlands, Rosie McLeish – UK, Florain Haeck – Netherlands, Ezra Swaanswijk – Netherlands, Judith McNicol – UK, Cathy Ward – UK, Yairs Agam-Aa – Netherlands, Norbert de Jong – Netherlands, P.M. Jordense-Michalski – Netherlands, Ralf Kokke – Netherlands, Jason Hankins – USA, Sophie M. Adams – UK & Chutima Kerdpitak(Nok) – UK.
The Dragon Cafe
Crypt of St. George the Martyr church
London England SE1 1JA