Open Call for Solo Residency


Unit 1 Gallery Radical Residency II

Unit 1 Gallery | Workshop is now accepting applications for the Solo Residency Programme (December 2019 – February 2020)
They are offering one artist access for three months to one of their 350 square-foot studios, followed by a solo exhibition in the space. The next residency session will take place from December 2019 to February 2020. Deadline for applications is 20 September 2019. The residency programme is open to artists of all ages and backgrounds including international artists living outside of the United Kingdom. This is a fantastic opportunity for an ambitious artist to benefit from a large studio to create a new body of work as large and complex as desired, to experiment, research or take a new direction, and to strengthen a career.

Their next artist in residence is Shinuk Suh. Past residents were Sanne Vaassen, ubada muti, Solveig Settemsdal, Bianca Barandun, Thomas Garnon, Emma Corrall, Thomas Langley, Morgan Wills, Harrison Pearce and Jose Carlos Naranjo.

Application deadline 20 September 2019 Residency 03 December 2019- 23 February 2020
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About Unit 1 Gallery | Workshop and the Workshop Foundation:
Unit 1 Gallery | Workshop is Workshop Foundation’s exhibition and residency space in London. It supports a diverse range of emerging and mid-career contemporary artists by providing them with space and time to develop their practice, championing principles of integrity and rigour. Through its residency programmes and exhibitions, it gives artists, curators and theorists a platform to present work and share ideas as well as creating an environment for freethinking and exchange.

The Foundation seeks to progress artists’ careers and connect them to the public. It has now organised more than 25 exhibitions with over 100 artists and curators.

1 Bard Road, London, W10 6TP Opening hours: Tue – Sat: 11am – 5pm www.unit1gallery-workshop.com

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