Romain-Riviere “House Plate Red
Two contemporary European galleries, Gallery 46 and the Lebenson Gallery Paris, will engage in an exchange of curatorial culture and present two exhibitions, ‘SMOKE’ and ‘STRENGTH’.
– PARIS – XCHNGE – LONDON – demonstrates the importance of curatorial exchange and the role of artist and gallerist to unite people through shared moments of aesthetic accord – to engage, embrace and bond sensibilities in a vital and intrinsic purpose. The XCHNGE of perspectives and ideas from artists and curators facilitates an understanding of nuance and differences.
SMOKE from the Lebenson Gallery, will show at East London’s Gallery 46 and will feature artworks from Yuval Shaul, Romain Riviere, Think, Philppe Soussan, Lee Sol, Heidi Moriot, Lucas Price, Doppeldenk, Myong Ho Lee, Arnie, Derrick Santini, Manon Molesti and the Paris art collective Obvious. The show has been curated by Founder Stefan Lebenson.
STRENGTH at Lebenson Gallery Paris will exhibit the artists Paul Davis and David Hughes, Jung Sang Sub, Sean Dower, Kerim Ragimov, Jonathon Reding and Seulgi Kang. ‘STRENGTH’ will be
showcased from Thursday 5th March – Sunday 29th March.
Yuval Shaul Pearl Harbor
SMOKE Private view – Thursday 6th February, 6:30pm – 10pm Exhibition runs: Friday 7th – Saturday 29th February 2020 @gallery46whitechapel
Part of Gallery 46’s EXCNGE program with european galleries
– transplanting key curatorial culture, weaponising galleries and artists in this climate of separatism and divisiveness.
Obvious “La Duchess de Belamy”
While other galleries show dusty re-runs from those long-gone ambassadors of the ’60s, GALLERY46 presents five contemporary artists who are very much alive, kicking and working in POP…NOW!
Exhibition and book launch at GALLERY46, documenting life within a circle of independent young Londoners; gifted in music, the arts and the illicit. It’s contents are the visual culmination of a lifestyle; photographed over 5 years, which developed into a long-term project as Matt’s experience and interest in photography grew parallel.
THIS SPACE I BELONG presents the contemporary documentary works of fifteen emerging artists. Informed by the collective need to feel a sense of belonging in our surroundings, the exhibition explores notions of conflicting identity, community, our environments and change, investigat- ing current cultural and socioeconomic issues.
LIMINALITY with GALLERY46 present a series of new works dealing with the themes of incubation / self isolation / modes of liminality / meditation / restrictions and freedoms.
In a mode of LIMINALITY – we are compelled to ask questions. To mediate on how we will transverse and embrace the mystery and power of transition.