EDEL ASSANTI PROJECT SPACE aims to establish a dynamic cultural hub in central London for a new generation of arts practitioners. Split across six floors housing Edel Assanti, Jack Bell Gallery, T1+2 Gallery and a rotating artist’s residency, this multi-purpose contemporary art space presents an unprecedented collaborative ethos and approach to exhibition making. Distinct in their identities, these three innovative London galleries’ unique programmes bring together divergent audiences from across the capital.
Stunning screens, political activism, an entire bus, giant birds’ eyes and woven portraits.
Edel Assanti have announced the representation of Jenkin van Zyl following his first exhibition with the gallery, Surrender, earlier this year, and ahead of the artist’s first solo institutional show at FACT Liverpool in October.
Computers, rats, protest, mini landscapes and illusions.
LUMA, is a monumental collaborative exhibition in the heart of London, bringing together art, design, architecture and music around AORA’s core tenets of calm and wellbeing
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