Exhibitions by Michelle Baharier and David Bassadone

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30th January 2017 @ 08:30 – 17:00 Europe/London Timezone
Cafe Deli Felice at Albion
40 Albion St
London SE16
Felice / Madda

Michelle Baharier and David Bassadone

Cafe Deli Felice at Albion St is home to two new exhibitions by artists Michelle Baharier and David Bassadone, both with different styles and approaches to art. Cafe Deli has been a cultural and community hub for many years offering locals and visitors a chance to enjoy art by new and established artists.

Condition Michelle Baharier

Condition Michelle Baharier

Michelle Baharier / Condition

Michelle Baharier lives in Camberwell, Southwark and has been making Art all her life. She did her degree in Fine Art at Exeter College of Art and Design, and her Post Grad was at the Slade School of Fine Art.

Michelle has exhibited in the USA, Europe and the Middle East. Michelle uses performance, sound, sculpture installation, drawing and painting. She has a sound piece in the archives of Tate Modern UK.

Michelle is also the founder of the charity CoolTan Arts, which she set up with friends due to her own mental distress, as she vows that Art helps your mental health. Michelle has been instrumental in destigmatising mental stress, she has also developed arts as an integral part of the recovery process.

Her work eventually led her to setting up the Largactyl Shuffle Walks, CoolWalks and Southwark’s Hidden Stories.

  www.michellebaharier.co.uk  @dyslxicrant


Debut David Bassadone

Debut David Bassadone

David Bassadone / Debut

David lives in London and has been creating paintings and drawings for many years. His work often presents scenes of British industrial and maritime history. He also enjoys portraying natural and architectural scenes from around the world. David works from photographs and seeks out images of intense complexity. He then uses a variety of different media including coloured pencil, graphite pencil, oil-pastel and ballpoint pen to create images with a shimmering layered effect.

Many of the paintings and drawings in this exhibition capture scenes from the local area. These present the busy dock life and shipping activities of the Rotherhithe peninsula.

The Rotherhithe Shed is pleased to have worked with David to produce this exhibition. We are an open access workshop space catering for South London elders who enjoy working with their hands. We are based at the London Bubble Theatre company Headquarters on Elephant Lane in Rotherhithe. The shed is a joint initiative between The London Bubble and Time and Talents.





Cafe Deli Felice at Albion / 40 Albion Street London SE16 7JQ
Opening Hours
Monday to Friday: 8:30 – 17:00
Saturday: 10:00 – 16:00
Sunday: Closed