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we [ breathe ] in the space between | Group show curated by CSM Curating Students | ASC MIR Project Space
we in the space between presents new work by 12 emerging artists, including two awardees of this year’s Bloomberg New Contemporaries (Ben Yau and Camille Yvert). Though many are recent graduates, the participating artists have shown globally in venues including K11 and Para Site in Hong Kong; Ullens Centre for Contemporary Art, Beijing; OCAT, Shenzhen; Power Station of Art, Shanghai.
Newly commissioned and site-specific works include an intervention into the earth of the police station’s garden by James Bryant; an outdoor concrete sculpture by Kathryn Graham; and a new photographic series by Queenie Li, exploring the parallels between the Former Rotherhithe Police Station and its colonial antecedent, Taikwun in Hong Kong – also a former police station that has been transformed into an art space.More »
Queer Portraits is a groundbreaking exhibition of artist Sarah Jane Moon’s large scale portraits of people who identify as LGBTQI+ or queer. Opening on November 2nd, this show represents the main drive of Moon’s artistic practice since 2014 and will be the ﬁrst time these paintings have been shown en masse.More »
Bunker’s latest outing, ‘Faint Young Suns’, takes its name from Cosmologist's slang for stars that are still growing- gradually increasing their individual quality of light energy- a light that will carve out the destiny of their evolving solar systems. Bunker sees a parallel with his changing approach to making paintings. The elegant tonal arrangements of found materials for which Bunker is known have taken a back seat. Now, it seems, Bunker is working more with paint and treating colour like a raw and unstable energy. By forcing ever more densely packed fragments of paint together, it's almost as though a kind of visual equivalent to atomic fission is being sought out. Each artwork seems to be a gathering up of contrasting colour forces, cued to engender a chain reaction, and in the process, exuding a new kind of painterly energy.
PV: Thursday 7th November 6-9pmMore »
objects of desire | Vanessa Mitter, Amanda Houchen, Neil Haas, Katia Kesic, Henrietta MacPhee | Brixton Beneficiary Project Space
A group show featuring ASC Artists Vanessa Mitter and Amanda Houchen, at ASC's Brixton Beneficiary Project Space.More »
ASC Artist Bislacchi has been shortlisted for the 2019 Purchase Prize. The winner will be announced at the Private View on the 8th November, 6:30-8:30.More »
Chloe Ellis is happy to announce the opening of her first solo exhibition, taking place in the project space of her studio based in Rotherhithe. The show personally curated by Chloe, will be an honest and intimate showcase for her first ever exhibition and what a perfect setting, being not far from where she works; to create beautifully large scale paintings depicting colourful and expressive figurative scenes of a dreamlike world.More »
Zanny Mellor's painting 'Breathe' has been selected for 'Perhaps We Should Have Stayed', an exhibition curated by Robyn Graham of Warbling Collective.More »
Meet established and emerging artists over 3 floors in BrixtonMore »
A collection of ink, watercolour and gouache paintings by Laxmi Hussain and Viktorija Semjonova exploring and accepting that we are good enough. Sometimes it is forgotten that good enough is good enough.More »
360° VR film by Natasha Caruana about her mother Penny and set in a mock medical centre in ASC Gallery.More »
Christina Niederberger presents her work with Silvia Araujo, in Zürich SwitzerlandMore »