Holly Davey  A Script for an Archive
25 September - 24 October 2020
Friday 25 September: Preview by appointment only, 5-9pm (face mask mandatory)

 
Holly Davey A Script for an Archive

Holly Davey  Scene no. 7, A Script for an Archive  2020  Original photograph from the Bulwer collection at the British School at Rome, red lighting gel, bulldog clip


Saturday 10 Oct, 1-5pm: Opportunity to meet and talk with the artist


Saturday 17 Oct, 1-5pm: Opportunity to meet and talk with the artist


Saturday 24 Oct, 2.30pm: A Script for an Archive will be performed by two actors over Zoom

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SELECTED ARTWORK

 

Louisa Fairclough
Bore Song

 

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Re-opening of Polly Gould's Architecture for an Extinct Planet
17th - 19th September, 2-6pm
By appointment (masks mandatory)

 

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Holly Davey 
A Script for an Archive
25 September - 24 October 2020

Katharine Fry 
Please call me home
6 November - 5 December 2020

 

 

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25 Years
From 6 July 2020
Celebrating 25 years of the gallery
 
25 Years Virtual Exhibition

25 Years  virtual gallery detail view


Dinu Li | Katie Deith | Suky Best | Finlay Taylor | Paul Ryan | Paulette Phillips |
Neville Gabie | Dunhill and O'Brien | Elpida Hadzi-Vasileva | Freya Gabie |
Helen Maurer | Richard McVetis | Nicholas Pace | Oona Grimes | Nicky Hodge | Antonio Riello | Katrin Hanusch | Annie Whiles | Katharine Fry |
Marie-France & Patricia Martin | Fran Burden | Abraham Kritzman |
Sophie Lascelles | David Bate | Kim L Pace | Marc Hulson | Nicky Coutts |
Andreas Philippopoulos-Mihalopoulos and Jan Hogan | Rieko Akatsuka |
Gerry Smith | Heather Ross | Kate Scrivener | Kathleen Herbert | Effie Paleologou |
Louisa Fairclough | David Cotterrell

Enter exhibition

 

25 Years, our summer exhibition, was due to open mid-June to celebrate 25 years of the gallery. Over 40 artists were invited to reflect on the notion of time (scientific, philosophical, real or imagined) with site specific artworks to be installed in the Georgian space which has housed the gallery for the last 25 years.

Then time stopped… the gallery closed; the artists were confined; some studios had to close; teaching had to be ‘performed’ online; some felt loneliness setting in; others had to multi-task. Many of the artists were left with no time or space to produce new work. A sabbatical for some, harshness for others, a challenging time for all.