We are happy once again to be participating in the upcoming instalment of the Affordable Art Fair Battersea, March 2014. We are also delighted to announce that Geoff Diego Litherland will be joining our line up of incredible artists. Join our newsletter for updates and for a chance to receive complimentary tickets...
The Contemporary London presents Archaeologies at Griffin Gallery.
Reginald Aloysius, Vasilis Avramidis, Jess Littlewood & Suzanne Moxhay.
Exhibition continues until Friday 23rd May.
Opening hours: Monday & Tuesday: 10-5pm, Wednesday 10-9pm, Thursday 10-5pm, Friday & Saturday 11-4pm. Closed Sunday.
Creative Conversations Artist Talk Wedneday 14th May, 2014 6.30-8.30pm.
We are delighted to announce that we will be participating in Art Projects at London Art Fair 2014, January 15th- 19th at The Business Design Centre. We will be showing Resort Archaeologies a solo presentation of all new works by the exciting and fantastically talented Central Saint Martins graduate, Vasilis Avramidis.
Art Projects is a curated showcase of the freshest contemporary art from across the globe, Art Projects features large-scale installations, solo shows and group displays, alongside an extensive Film Programme presenting a selection of experimental film and video work.
Art Projects is situated alongside the main Fair on Gallery Level 1 and The Contemporary London stand is located at P16.
The section has established itself as an important international platform for new galleries to showcase the most stimulating contemporary practice, and continues to garner widespread critical acclaim.
Visit us: Tuesday 14th January VIP Preview 3-6pm & Preview Evening 6-9pm, Wednesday 15th 11am-9pm, Thursday 16th 11am-9pm, Friday 17th 11am-7pm, Saturday 18th 10am-7pm, Sunday 19th 10am-5pm.
The Contemporary London Presents: System Failure
Sandra Erbacher, Rowena Harris, Rowena Hughes, Jess Littlewood, Ines Rebelo,
Curated by Sandra Erbacher
Please join us for the private view on Thursday 29th August, 6-9pm. Exhibition continues until 5th September 2013.
Great Western Studios, London
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The revolutionary Future appears increasingly implausible to most of us, but neither can we simply get rid of it. As a result, it seems to collapse into the present... Genuine knowledge of this Future is impossible, but it is only from the perspective of this unknowable Outside that any real knowledge of the present is possible. The Future has become our Dreamtime. (David Graeber)
Today, throughout the world, the organization of movements, groups and collectives abound in the face of political, social and economic uncertainty. The social experience in the forging of a movement, of a utopian thrust, is animated and problematized by such contingent processes as improvisation and speculation. These inherently social activities suspend and navigate normative procedures of judgement, decision-making and valuation by rejecting established modes of governance in favour of localized heuristic processes. The exhibition, ‘The Ghost of a Movement’, produces a space in which the generative and indeterminate processes of developing emergent forms of experience and sociability beyond the dominant order can be considered in relation to collective deliberation, speculative inquiry and the political valence of science fiction as well as immanent perceptual and conceptual gestalts.
We will be exhibiting at the Affordable Art Fair Battersea, 6-10 March 2013 and would like to invite you to come visit us there! We will be showing works by Ernesto Canovas, Jess Littlewood, Mercedes Baliarda, Edd Pearman, Sandra Erbacher, Jessica Nina Mello, Julia Bailey, Vasilis Avramidis, Patrick Milsom and Margo Trushina. The Contemporary London will be situated at stand F3, conveniently located between the central Champagne Bar and cafe! As always a selection of our artists will be around to answer questions and have a chat so please do pop in and say hello and we look forward to seeing you there!
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Fresh Prints explores the richness and diversity of the printed medium – from letterpress to 3D printing, from magazine publishing to surface design. The works in this exhibition, by UAL students, alumni and staff, employ both classic techniques and new technologies celebrating the enduring appeal, and relevance, of print. Featering works by Alex May Hughes, ByALEX, Alix Bigois-Jeambrun, Almundena Romero, Parasite Ceramics, Crispin Finn, Camberwell Press, Charlotte Day, Doyeon Noro Kim, Evelin Kasikov, Francesca Smith, Geoff Bartholomew, Hi-Artz Press, Jessica Nina Mello, Joanna Bagge, Joe Egan, Charlie Patterson, Jonny Holmes, Kasia Wozniak, Laura Jane Aldous, Marianne Smink, Matthew Nicholson, Naomi Workman, Paige Cartledge, Rose Smith, Serena Smith, London Centre for Book Arts, Tim Cockburn and Transfer Studio
We would be delighted if you could please join us for Future Plans, a solo exhibition of stunning new works by Jess Littlewood.
Private View: Thursday 1st November 2012, 6-10pm.
We would be delighted if you could please join us for Greg Eason's highly anticipated solo exhibition Block Universe featuring new drawings, paintings and sculpture.
Private View: Thursday 27 September 2012, 6-10pm.
Late View: Friday 28 September 2012, 10am-10pm.
Exhibtion continues: Sunday 30 September 2012 (Closed Saturday 29 September 2012)
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