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.
Alongside Edel Assanti’s presentation of Oren Pinhassi’s work as part of Frieze Viewing Room, they are presenting an off-site exhibition of ten new sculptures by Pinhassi at St Cyprian’s church over the course of Frieze week closing this Saturday 10th October.
Wealth inequality, India, isolation, a grotesque London and three Queens.
The Royal College of Art and associated Fitzrovia galleries are presenting the collaborative exhibition with fists, it kicks, it bites. The exhibition by the 2020 graduating students of the MA Photograph course
The Top 5 online exhibitions to see in August include Faces, Kiefer, the sea, bullets and slum clearance.