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Art Show in a Railway Arch 

Reveal is the first Cultivate event of 2016, the opening night is Thursday January 7th, and begins another pro-active maximalist year of artists doing it for themselves.

Cultivate is continuing with the nomadic takeover of interesting spaces big and small for their first event of 2016. Reveal will happen in the East London railway arch that is home to the recently opened Fount London complex. Fount is found over the road from Hackney’s ever popular Netil Market and a two minute walk from London Fields railway station, as well as the busy food-filled thing that is Broadway Market and London Fields itself.

Reveal will reveal new work from Cultivate founders Sean Worrall and Emma Harvey, Reveal will also continue with the tradition of revealing fresh work from artists that currently excite them including one or two who have never revealed themselves at a Cultivate event before. Expect a typically busy Cultivate group show and a long weekend of New Year artistic intent, expect cross-pollination, expect artists who don’t usually show with each other, expect painters jousting with performance, expect sculpture, print, street artists, fine artists. Expect painting, sculpture, performance, art, artists and more on the opening Thursday night and throughout the weekend both inside and outside the white-walled formal gallery space in a railway arch here in Hackney….

ARTISTS CONFIRMED
Amy Elizabeth Kingsmill, Caroline Reed, Cecily Baker, Deborah Griffin, Diane Goldie, Dscrete, Emma Harvey, John Lee Bird, Marine Scarlet, Megan Pickering, Patrick Morrissey/Hans Hancock, Samuel Brzeski, Sarah Sparkes, Sean Worrall, Skeleton Cardboard, ThisOne.

Cultivate @ Fount London, Arches, 358-260, Westgate Street, London, E8 3RN
Opening night, Thursday 7th January 6pm until 9pm
then 8th January until 10th January 10.30am until 6pm…..

  

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