June 19, 2008
13 June – 26 July 2008
mon- fri 10-6pm, sat 12-6pm
SPACE celebrates 40 years with an exhibition selected by Caroline Douglas, Head of Arts Council Collections.
Axel Antas, Josh Baum, Amanda Benson, Anne Bristow, Chila Kumari Burman, Leigh Clarke, Julie Cockburn, Ben Cove, Richard Crawford, Layla Curtis, Deborah Dawkin, Natalie Dower, Paul Eachus, Nigel Ellis, Julia Farrer, John Frankland, Peter Fraser, James P. Graham, Paul Green , Mark Harris, Peter Hawksby, Claude Heath, Mustafa Hulusi, Jim Jack, Rannva Kunoy, Ann-Marie LeQuesne, Hew Locke, Camilla Lyon, Andrea Medjesi-Jones, Fiona Merchant, Natasha Morland, Jost Münster, Adriette Myburgh, Saskia Olde Wolbers, Laura Oldfield Ford, Peter Peri, Sarah Perritt, Joanna Price, Bridget Riley, Suzanne Roles, Pascal Rousson, Piers Secunda, Yinka Shonibare, Martin Shortis, DJ Simpson, Walid Siti, Aerial Sparks, Fergal Stapleton, Michael Stubbs, Anthony Sullivan, James Faure Walker, Mark Wallinger, Ben Washington, Jackson Webb, William Wright.
This selling show has been selected by Caroline Douglas who toured all our studios visiting 600 artists to select this rich and diverse group show. It celebrates the strength of London’s artistic & creative community, and demonstrates the value of studio provision to London’s competitive edge and position in the international art world. SPACE has played a key role in establishing this position and continues to underpin its success. SPACE NOW launches a fund-raising campaign to support future SPACE studio developments.
Location; Space triangle
June 5, 2008
Don’t let the cover put you off! (When David Tibet reviewed records for Sounds back in ‘the eighties’ he told me that he just looked at the cover and threw the record away without listening to them…) – there was obviously an enforced visual dyslexia enforced during the 1960s…no matter…this record I like (people who know me faint in shock), arrived at by chance through random linking so i have no idea who cromagnon were apart from that this record was published in 1968 in the USA (and not to be confused by more recent ‘cromagnon’ bands).