This weekend marks the end of a month long show of Ukranian artists at the Saatchi Gallery. Until Monday 3 November.
Kiev/London based artist Vinny Reunov is one of 38 Ukranian artists in a show entitled ‘Premonition: Ukranian Art Now’ which aims to provide ‘a broad introduction to the diverse and energetic nature of Ukraine’s art-scene’. Reunov has been painting ‘in situ’ for much of the show.
Vinny Reunov in exhibition t-shirt.
Vinny Reunov in front of his work.
Work in the show by other Ukranian artists.
Sandra Higgins, South American art specialist with her Colombian friends.
High heels at the opening night
Premonition: Ukrainian Art Now – until the 3rd of November.
Saatchi Gallery. Opening hours: 10am-6pm, last entry 5:30pm
Address: Duke of York’s HQ, King’s Road, London, SW3 4RY
Auditorium, Royal Opera House.
To finish off the season at Covent Garden, The Royal Opera House presents the story of Cinderella in Massenet’s Cendrillon. Production and fabulous costumes by Laurent Pelly. Conducted by French chief conductor of the Vienna Radio Symphony with the great name of Bertrand de Billy.
Quite charming, incredible singing and costumes made from the finest fabrics. A highlight was of course the opportunity to see my sister, Margaret playing in the stage band – placed in a box with a spotlight.
Curtain Call for Cendrillon, Royal Opera House
Wonderful red and black costumes.
The next two performances are on 13 (when the production will be broadcast nationwide on BP Big Summer Screens) and 16 July.
View of Covent Garden from the roof terrace.