LAST CHANCE: Standing In The Shade - Mile End Art Pavilion - FAD Magazine

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LAST CHANCE: Standing In The Shade – Mile End Art Pavilion

Standing in the Shade is a group installation show discussing aura and affect, dealing with ephemeral encounters in a contemporary climate dominated by reproduced images. Interrogating the lived experience of the artwork – a shade blown from beneath the trees – this exhibition invites us to re-consider our positions as viewers of art today.

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Standing In TheShade Installation view

Artists include:
Nancy Allen, Kirsty Andrew, Charlotte Barnard, Verity Birt, Stephane Blumer, Tom Estes, Charlie Franklin, Oliver Hickmet, Eva-Maria Gisler, Matthew Miles, Emily Motto, Noot.Club, Hannah Regel, Helen Robertson, Marion Sagon, Rebecca Sangster, Tamsin Snow & Sarah Tynan, Dominique White.

Curated by: Elaine Tam
Opening hours Wednesday through Sunday from 11am to 6pm.
Through to Sunday 24th January.
Mile End Art Pavilion Mile End Park, Clinton Rd, London E3 4QY

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Kirsty Andrew Sikander pervez

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Matthew Miles Fold

Tamsin Snow & Sarah Tynan-2
Tamsin Snow & Sarah Tynan



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