The first swing of the bat pulls together a broad collection of language and conceptual framework, each artist bringing a distinct language to the show.
GALLERY46 presents 5 contemporary artists (AGAIN) who are still very much alive, kicking and working in POP…NOW!
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.
The Top 7 Art Exhibitions to see in London include: Plants, women, colour, abortions, human organs, cities and wood.
The Top 7 Art Exhibitions to see in London this summer include: Refugees, shoes, a block of meat, a birthing pool, Ancient civilisations, rare prints and mescaline.
We Sing the Body Electric is an all-female, multimedia exhibition at East London’s Gallery 46, curated by Camilla Cole and featuring: Juliette Mahieux Bartoli, Ingrid Berthmoine, Stine Deja, Enam Gbewonyo, Bex Ilsley , Laila Majid, Stacie McCormick, Alix Marie, Marie Munk, Fern O’ Carolan, Katarzyna Perlak, Cherelle Sappleton, Karolina Stellaki and Rebecca Wallis.
This weeks Top 7 Art Exhibitions to see in London include Pleasurable painting, Anglo-Saxons, automotive masculinity, the Arctic ocean, planes, and a spiky chair.
More than seven years in the making, Epoh Beech’s hand-drawn animation sits at the heart of the exhibition. Inspired by Joseph Conrad’s novella, Heart of Darkness, and Ben Jonson’s Jacobean play ‘The Masque of Blackness’
LIMINALITY [CACOPHONY] a series of music and performance events curated by Sean Mclusky, Kevin Quigley, Bjørn Hatleskog plus guest curator Johny Brown
During this year’s Art Night, London’s largest free contemporary arts festival along the river Thames, Gallery 46 will curate a one-off project at The Bargehouse, Southbank.
This is the first joint exhibition in London and first full collaboration by Paul Renner and Paul Sakoilsky. Working around themes of transformation, corruption and conservation, the show will present a banquet of the senses and a magic bullet for these dark times.
Flying fish, an engulfing mist, Indian craft, VR Bjork, a pink glittery carpet, a skip and water.