[ARTCRAWL]#15 Deptford

ART CRAWL

Join us  on the last Saturday of the month when we head out to visit exhibitions and have a critical discussion on route. This is a free event, donations to cover our expenses are welcome. Anyone can volunteer to curate the crawl, if you’re interested please download the infosheet for more information.

Deptford Art & Gentrification Walk Pt. 2

Saturday, 29 September 2018, 13:00 -18:00
Meet at 1pm inside Deptford Railway Station, Deptford High Street, London SE8 3NU
Curated by Sophia Kosmaoglou and Paul Clayton
All welcome, booking available but not required

[ARTCRAWL]#15 DeptfordHot on the heels of the Deptford Art & Gentrification Walk in May 2018 we will revisit the people, places, problems, questions and expand on the outcomes of that sweltering day.

Join us for an afternoon of discussions and encounters on the relationship between art and the process of gentrification that is currently sweeping through Deptford. We will visit community spaces, galleries, studios and landmarks on a walk along the streets, waterways, green spaces and new developments. We will meet local residents, artists, curators and activists to hear about their experiences and how they are resisting or overcoming the displacement of communities and the shrinking of public and creative spaces.

Do artists have a measure of responsibility in the process of gentrification and what can they do to resist the successive waves of change that inevitably lead to their own displacement? How can local residents regain some control over the rapid changes in their environment and the impact on their lives?

[ARTCRAWL]#15 Deptford MAP
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We will address the controversial developments currently proposed or underway in Deptford and the responsibility artists have within the process of gentrification. How can artists resist the redevelopment of community, social, cultural and creative spaces that are crucial to their activities? How can artists evaluate the available opportunities and what alternatives are there?

Come along to share your own stories and contribute to the discussion. Meet us at 1pm inside Deptford Rail Station or join us along the way. For more information, the itinerary and a map of the route please visit the website. Maps will be available on the day in case you wonder off and want to meet us later on.

Itinerary

More details coming soon, itinerary TBC and subject to change

13:00 Deptford Train Station Deptford High Street, London SE8 3NU

The meeting point is inside Deptford Railway Station.

13:15 Deptford Market & The Albany Douglas Way, London SE8 4AG

Visit the Albany and walk through Deptford Market. If you’d like to get some lunch there are excellent choices within close proximity to the station, including summer rolls from Viet Rest, sushi from M&D Japanese Takeaway, jollof rice from Tomi’s Kitchen , bagels from the Waiting Room or fish patties and summer fruit from the Jamaican food stalls on Douglas Way.

13:30 Deptford Cinema 39 Deptford Broadway, London SE8 4PQ

We will have a chat with members of Deptford Cinema about its award-winning programme, community cinema, self-organisation and affordable housing.

14:00 Open Forum Old Tidemill Wildlife Garden Reginald Road, London SE8 4RS

We will begin with a quick tour of the garden and return to the amphitheater for a discussion on the relationship between art and the process of gentrification currently underway in Deptford. We will hear about the Save Reginald Save Tidemill  campaign and the current occupation to protect the Tidemill Garden from impending demolition and how to get involved.  We will hear from local residents, artists, curators and activists about how they experience the impact of gentrification and how they are resisting displacement and the shrinking of public and creative spaces. Come along to share your own perspective on the changes that are currently sweeping through Deptford. We will end the visit with some time to explore the garden and the exhibition Deptford Aint Avvinit.

15:30 1 Creekside / Goldsmiths MFA Studios, Church Street, London SE8 4RZ

We will visit the site at 1 Creekside and then double back to Goldsmiths MFA Studios to view Sue Lawes‘ work and have a chat with the artist about the proposed development at 1 Creekside.

16:00 Art Hub Gallery & Studios 5-9 Creekside, London SE8 4SA

We will view the exhibition On Time: Deptford X (PT II)  and have a chat with artist Joan Molloy. Then go on a tour of Art Hub Studios with Adrian Morris-Thomas.

16:30 Paynes Wharf / House of Phoenix

Heading north towards the river we will view remains of the Royal Dockyard, passing by the church of St. Nicholas, the site of the former Deptford Power Station, Paynes Wharf, Master Shipwright’s Palace and Twinkle Park.

17:00 Gossamer Fog 186a Deptford High Street, London SE8 3PR

Visit the exhibition The Metallurgical Ouroboros and have a chat with director and artist Samuel Capps.

17:30 Mr. Steven PippinOlivia Guigue 158 Deptford High Street, London SE8 3PQ

This is a double studio visit in the former E. Barclay FSMC FACLP Optician on the high street. Mr. Pippin will present one of his major works titled Ω= 1, a machine that makes a pencil stand perfectly still on its tip. Olivia Guigue will introduce us to her project Tamesiology. A study of the geology of the Thames’ foreshore where, among native elements, synthetic and imported materials are becoming part of the ground. A collection of «Pseudo-Minerals» gathers plastic samples selected upon aesthetic criteria for their mimicry to minerals and rocks, while «Analogies» matches natural and man-made materials for their casual resemblance. These mimesis bring us to question the dichotomy natural/artificial by observing the dynamic of anthropic materials in nature, approaching the topic of environment from a different point of view: the one of matter.

18:00 Dog & Bell 116 Prince St, London SE8 3JD

This event is also part of Deptford X (21-30 September 2018)
and Deptford Aint Avvinit (29-30 September 2018)

In the first walk we held in May 2018, we kicked-off the discussion with an open forum in the Old Tidemill Wildlife Garden about its history, its impending demolition and the campaign to save it. We discussed the measure of responsibility that artists have in the process of gentrification and what alternatives there are to partnering with developers in pursuit of affordable space. To listen to a recording of the discussion and/or read a summary of the discussion please follow this link.

The Old Tidemill Garden was Deptford’s best kept secret, a wildlife oasis with more than 70 mature trees in the middle of Deptford, where the level of air pollution is six times higher than the limit recommended by the WHO. By handing the garden to property guardians, Lewisham Council withheld this public resource from the community. But now the secret it out! The Save Reginald Save Tidemill campaign is trying to raise awareness of the garden’s existence and encourage its use by members of the community in an effort to save it from demolition.

Contribution from Donal Ruane

The article No Man’s land by Eula Biss is a fascinating non-linear essay exploring the issue of gentrification in America. I offer it here as one possible way of looking at the thorny subject of gentrification. In the essay, Biss attempts to make sense of gentrification and our collective fear of those who are unlike us, in this case it is the predominantly poor blacks that tend to inhabit the inner city neighbourhoods that have been gentrified in America. If we substitute the working classes for blacks in the American model we could pretty much use this essay to look at gentrification in London (in the UK it is less about race exclusively and more about class in general).

In addition to Bliss’s own experiences with gentrification, she explores the concept in a more academic way—using research about violent crimes, fear, and race—but she begins with Little House on the Prairie. Yes, in an essay about gentrification, she begins with pioneers.  She writes of Laura Ingalls Wilder’s childhood on the frontier, and of her own fascination with the book as a child. Then she writes:

The word pioneer betrays a disturbing willingness to repeat the worst mistake of the pioneers of the American West—the mistake of considering an inhabited place uninhabited. To imagine oneself as a pioneer in a place as densely populated, as Chicago is either to deny the existence of your neighbours or to cast them as natives who must be displaced. Either way, it is a hostile fantasy … this is our inheritance, those of us who imagine ourselves as pioneers.

In the original event Sophia organised in Deptford, which is now available online I used a similar analogy of the myth of the American West as a useful prism through which the process of gentrification could be viewed. While my model tends to concentrate more on the different stages of the colonization and commodification of working class neighbourhoods by developers … using the wild west analogy it starts with the mountain men, who are followed by the cattle barons, the pioneers, the railroads, the banks and developers etc. (Serge Leone’s Marxist western Once Upon a Time in the West is worth looking at to understand this idea). Biss is more concerned with how the pioneers view, interact with and eventually displace the indigenous population before they too are displaced. I hope this is food for thought.

Donal Ruane, 28 September 2018.

Deptford Art & Gentrification Walk

Saturday, 26 May 2018, 12:00 -19:00
Meet 12pm at Deptford Railway Station, Deptford High Street, London SE8 3NU
Curated by Sophia Kosmaoglou with many thanks to Paul Clayton for his assistance
All welcome, booking not required

[ARTCRAWL]#14 DeptfordIn May we’re visiting Deptford for a day of discussions on art and gentrification. Join us for a tour of galleries, studios, community spaces and landmarks on a walk along the streets, waterways, green spaces and new developments. We will meet artists, curators and activists to explore how they are resisting or overcoming the displacement of communities and the shrinking of public and creative spaces.

[ARTCRAWL]#14-Deptford-map
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Come along and share your experiences, meet us at 12noon inside Deptford Rail Station or join us along the way. Please scroll down for the itinerary and a map of the route. Maps will be available on the day in case you wonder off and want to meet us later on.

I came to London, I was very lucky, at a time when you could still squat in central London and survive here and have enough space to have a studio to work. But now, young artists coming to London – where would they even start? The rents are unbelievable. It’s frightening. (Grayson Perry)

Gentrification concerns artists because their living and work spaces as well as their exhibition, event and social spaces are under threat  by redevelopment and rising property prices. Artists are constantly on the move as they become displaced from one up-and-coming area to the next. But they also bear the brunt of criticism, as harbingers of gentrification. In his 2013 BBC Reith Lectures artist Grayson Perry announced that artists are the “shock troops of gentrification”. On closer inspection however, this claim holds little water. A recent study shows that “arts industries generally do not play a significant role in gentrification and displacement” because art organisations tend to gravitate towards areas with pre-existing creative industries in already gentrified areas.

The Marxist geographer Neil Smith argues that gentrification is a calculated strategy in capital’s search for investment opportunities on the “frontier” between expensive neighbourhoods and the “disinvested slums… where opportunity is higher”. Developers take the long view, waiting for the right conditions to exploit the “rent gap”, or the difference between the current value of a property and its potential value through redevelopment. Gentrification takes place when the rent gap can yield maximum profit. Although Smith cites examples of artists being used as “vehicles” or “fronts” for gentrification and displacement, especially in Manhattan where “gentrification and art came hand in hand”, he argues that ultimately it is capital and not culture that drives the process.

In February 2018, Rózsa Farkas, founding director of Arcadia Missa announced that she is moving her gallery from Peckham to Soho in an act of resistance against the gentrification of the area where she grew up, adding “I’d like to encourage everyone to resist”.  Short of moving away, how can artists resist the redevelopment of community, social, cultural and creative spaces that are crucial to their activities? Considering the involvement of artists and art spaces with processes of gentrification, how can artists navigate the terrain of available opportunities and what alternatives are there?

Itinerary
12:00 Deptford Train Station Deptford High Street, London SE8 3NU

The meeting point is inside Deptford Rail Station. Bring a packed lunch for a picnic at the Old Tidemill Garden or get your lunch from the high street. There are excellent choices within close proximity to the station, including vegan curry from Hullabaloo, summer rolls from Viet Rest, sushi from M&D Japanese Takeaway, jollof rice from Tomi’s Kitchen , bagels from the Waiting Room or fish patties and summer fruit from the Jamaican food stalls on Douglas Way.

12:15 Deptford Market & The Albany Douglas Way, London SE8 4AG

Visit the Albany and Deptford Market on our way to the Old Tidemill Garden for a picnic lunch.

13:00 Old Tidemill Wildlife Garden Reginald Road, London SE8 4RS

Meet and talk with artists, activists and local residents about the  campaign to rescue the Tidemill Garden from impending demolition, including artist Jacqueline Utley from the Save Achilles Area campaign, an artist from Crosswhatfields and Eponine and Nico who will tells us more about the garden and how to get involved.

13:30 Undercurrents Gallery Birds Nest, 32 Deptford Church Street, London SE8 4RZ

View the current exhibition and talk with artist and curator Karen Barnes who will take a group photo of us with Box on Wheels.

14:00 Art in Perpetuity Trust Harold Wharf, 6 Creekside, London SE8 4SA

View the exhibition m2(at)15 celebrating 15 years of m2 Gallery and talk with Ken Taylor and Ken Wilder. Join a tour of APT painting and sculpture studios with director Liz May and member artists.

15:30 Minesweeper Collective Ha’penny Hatch, Deptford Creek

Meet Camden McDonald to talk about the Minesweeper Collective, its history and future after the demise of the Minesweeper which hosted local art and community events for 14 years, and hear about new developments along the Creek.

16:30 St. Nicholas / Paynes Wharf

Heading north towards the river we will visit the site of the Royal Dockyard, passing by the church of St. Nicholas, Paynes’ Wharf, Master Shipwright’s Place and the Dog & Bell.

17:00 Enclave, 50 Resolution Way, Deptford SE8 4AL (for GPS use SE8 4NT)
18:00 Deptford Cinema 39 Deptford Broadway, London SE8 4PQ

Talk to members about community cinema, the award-winning programme, self-organisation and affordable housing. The tour coincides with Ken Russell Day screening Gothic (1986) and Altered States (1980) with speakers Stephen Volk and Dr Matt Melia, from 1pm-10pm.

18:30 Deptford X 9 Brookmill Road, London SE8 4HL

Visit Deptford X’s new headquarters and speak to Lucy Cowling about the grass-roots visual arts festival that takes place in public spaces throughout Deptford every year

19:00 Birds Nest 32 Deptford Church Street, London SE8 4RZ

We will end the tour by returning to the Bird’s Nest to see our group photo that Karen Barnes took with her mobile camera obscura early on in the afternoon.

#13 Marylebone to South Kensington

Saturday, 30 September 2017, 13:45-17:00
Meet 13:45 at Lisson Gallery 27 Bell Street London NW15BY
Curated by Anca Baciu and Mandy Wong  

All welcome, booking not required

[ARTCRAWL] #13. Flyer by Many Wong.
[ARTCRAWL] #13. Flyer by Many Wong.
In September we’re meeting at Lisson Gallery to see an exhibition by Allora & Calzadilla and then walking through the park to the Serpentine Gallery to view an exhibition by Wade Guyton, ending the crawl with the LGBTQ Tour to explore gender and sexual identities in the Victoria & Albert Museum collection. Free, everyone welcome. No need to book, just join us at 2pm or along the way. Please see below for the itinerary and a map of the route.

ITINERARY MAP
13:45 Allora & Calzadilla: Foreign in a Domestic Sense Lisson Gallery 27 Bell Street London NW15BY
15:00 Wade Guyton: Das New Yorker Atelier, Abridged Serpentine Gallery Kensington Gardens London W2 3XA
16:00 LGBTQ Tour Victoria & Albert Museum Cromwell Road London SW72RL (meet at Grand Entrance)

#12 Visit to TOMA in Southend-on-Sea

23 July 2017, 12:20-18:00
Meet 12:20pm at Southend Central Station, Southend-on-Sea SS1 1AB
Curated by Emma Edmondson

All welcome, please book your place

The Other MA (TOMA)

In July we’ve been invited on an excursion to visit The Other MA (TOMA), a 12-month alternative art education model based at Metal Art School in Southend-on-Sea. Join us for a walking tour across the cultural landscape of Southend-on-Sea with the expert guidance of Emma Edmondson, founder and coordinator of TOMA. We will visit Focal Point Gallery and The Old Waterworks, Metal Culture – home of Metal Art School and TOMA – culminating the tour at TOMA artists’ studios. 

The suggested travel route to Southend Central is via the C2C line from London Fenchurch Street, Limehouse, West Ham or Barking. A C2C train service departs from Fenchurch Street at 11:04am and arrives 12:18pm at Southend Central. Please purchase your ticket to Southend Central as we will be hopping on and off the train all day. The ticket will allow you to do this.

NB. We will be doing much walking in between destinations! Please get in touch if you have access concerns.

ITINERARY MAP
12:20 Meet at Southend Central Station, Southend-on-Sea SS1 1AB
12:30 Have lunch in the Railway pub  (best vegan food in town)
13:30 Head to Focal Point Gallery to see Maximum Overdrive
15:00 Catch the train to Westcliff-on-Sea station, half hour walk and head to The Old Waterworks for Alison Loyd’s show
16:00 Catch the train from Westcliff station to Chalkwell Park to see the home of TOMA and Metal, Chalkwell Avenue, Southend on Sea SS0 8NB
17:00 Walk to TOMA artist Richard Baxter’s pottery studio (TBC)
18:00 Grab a drink in the multitude of pubs on the seafront and take in the Estuary views!

#11 Hampstead to Finsbury Park (via Mayfair)

Saturday, 24 June 2017, 14:00 -17:00
Starts 2pm at Freud Museum 20 Maresfield Gardens, Hampstead London NW3 5SX
Curated by Sophia Kosmaoglou
Free, booking not required

[ARTCRAWL] #11In June we’re venturing on an ambitious tour of London and taking public transport to see exhibitions at the Freud Museum and Furtherfield – venues that are off the beaten path. On the way we will stop at Thomas Dane in Mayfair. Below is a map of the route and a schedule with links to further information on the exhibitions. We will take the Jubilee line from the Freud Museum to Thomas Dane, and the Victoria line from there to Finsbury Park.

Please note that entry to the Freud Museum is £8 for adults, free for children under 12, £6 for senior citizens, £4 for students, unemployed, National Trust Members & National Art Pass Members. More details here.

SCHEDULE MAP
14:00 The Best Possible School: Anna Freud, Dorothy Tiffany Burlingham & the Hietzing School in 1920s Vienna. Freud Museum 20 Maresfield Gardens, Hampstead London NW3 5SX
15:15 Paul Pfeiffer. Thomas Dane 11 Duke Street, St James’s London SW1Y 6BN
16:15 NEW WORLD ORDER. Furtherfield Gallery McKenzie Pavilion, Finsbury Park London N4 2NQ

#10 Mayfair to Fitzrovia

Saturday, 28 January 2017, 14:00 -17:00
Curated by Cristina Sousa Martínez
Free, booking not required

[ARTCRAWL]#10web

On Saturday 28 January we’re meeting 2pm at Sophia Contemporary to see the exhibition Recipe for a Poem by Azadeh Razaghdoost. Then we will head to Hamilton’s Cafe to listen to Transitivity of Implication by Daniel Toca at the Museum of Portable Sound, please bring your headphones! We will wrap up with a visit to Carroll / Fletcher for the group exhibition United We Stand. Below is the schedule with links to exhibition details and a map of the route.

SCHEDULE MAP
14:00 Azadeh Razaghdoost Sophia Contemporary, 11 Grosvenor St, London W1K 4QB
15:00 Daniel Toca, Museum of Portable Sound Hamilton’s Café, 49 Maddox St, London W1S 2PQ
16:00 United We Stand Carroll / Fletcher, 56-57 Eastcastle St, London W1W 8EQ

#09 Hampstead to Camden Town (via Chalk farm)

Saturday 26 November 2016, 14:00 – 17:00
Curated by Katy Green
Free, booking not required

[ARTCRAWL] #9web

On Saturday, 26 November we’re meeting 2pm at Camden Arts Centre to see and exhibition of Bonnie Camplin‘s work. Then we will head to Zabludowicz Collection for the exhibition Basement Odyssey by Willem Weisman. Our final stop will be the group show Streams of Warm Impermanence with artists who work with Networked-Flesh at David Roberts Art Foundation. Please see below for the schedule and a map of the route.

SCHEDULE MAP
14:00 Bonnie Camplin Camden Arts Centre, Arkwright Road, London NW3 6DG
15:00 Willem Weisman Zabludowicz Collection, 176 Prince of Wales, Road London NW5 3PT
16:00 Streams of Warm Impermanence DRAF, Symes Mews, London NW1 7JE

#08 Camberwell to Peckham

Saturday 29 October 2016, 14:00-17:00
Free, booking not required

[GALLERYCRAWL] #8

On Saturday 29 October we’re heading south and meeting 2pm at the South London Gallery to see The Source of Art is in the Life of a People by Roman Ondak, followed by a stop at Arcadia Missa to see Amalia Ulman’s solo Labour Dance, ending at South Kiosk to see And the Earth Screamed, Alive, a multi screen 16mm installation by Emma Charles. Please see below for the schedule with links to exhibition details and a map of the route. Everyone welcome.

SCHEDULE MAP
14:00
Roman Ondak South London Gallery 65-67 Peckham Road London SE5 8UH
15:15 Amalia Ulman Arcadia Missa Unit 6 Bellenden Road Business Centre London SE15 4RF
16:15 Emma Charles  South Kiosk Unit B1.1 Bussey Building 133 Rye Lane SE15 3SN

#07 Mayfair to St James (via Soho)

Saturday 24 September 2016, 14:00-17:00
Free, booking not required

[GALLERYCRAWL] #7web

On Saturday 24 September we’re meeting at Timothy Taylor to see Shez Dawood’s solo, followed by Mike Kelley’s 1999 installation Framed and Frame at Hauser & Wirth and Uri Aran’s controversial show at Sadie Coles, ending with the Jannis Kounellis retrospective at White Cube. We’re spoiled for choice this month so we’ve crammed four exhibitions into this one. See below for the schedule with links to exhibition details and a map of the route.

SCHEDULE MAP
14:00
Shezad Dawood: Kalimpong Timothy Taylor 15 Carlos Place London W1K 2EX
14:45 Mike Kelley: Framed and Frame Hauser & Wirth 23 Savile Row London W1S 2ET
15:30 Uri Aran: Two Things About Suffering Sadie Coles 62 Kingly Street London W1B 5QN
16:15 Jannis Kounellis White Cube 25 – 26 Mason’s Yard London SW1Y 6BU

#06 Mayfair to Fitzrovia

Saturday 30 July 2016, 14:00-17:00
Free, booking not required

[GALLERYCRAWL] #6

On Saturday 30 July we’re meeting at at Simon Lee Gallery to see the work of Bas Jan Ader who disappeared at sea in 1975. We will then head north to see the work of Felix Gonzalez-Torres curated by Julie Ault and Roni Horn at Hauser & Wirth. Our final stop will be at Carroll/Fletcher to see Abuse Standards Violations by Eva and Franco Mattes. Please see below for the schedule with links to exhibition details and a map of the route.

SCHEDULE MAP
14:00
Bas Jan Ader Simon Lee Gallery 12 Berkeley Street London W1J 8DT
15:00 Felix Gonzalez-Torres Hauser & Wirth 23 Savile Row London W1S 2ET
16:15 Eva and Franco Mattes Carroll/Fletcher 56-57 Eastcastle St London W1W 8EQ

#05 Hackney to Shoreditch

Saturday 25 June 2016, 14:00-17:00
Curated by Dasha Loyko
Free, booking not required

[GALLERYCRAWL] #5 webflyer

On Saturday 25 June we will meet at The Residence Gallery to see Info Pura, a group exhibition on knowledge, information and experience. Next we will visit Salon des Refuses at SPACE to see the work of Dasha Loyko and other artists rejected from the Royal Academy summer exhibition. Last stop is Blood For Light by Nastivicious at Waterside Contemporary. Please see below for the schedule with links to exhibition details and a map of the route.

SCHEDULE MAP
14:00 
Info Pura Residence Gallery 229 Victoria Park Road London E9 7HD
15:00 Salon des Refuses SPACE 129-131 Mare Street London E8 3RH
16:15 Nastivicious Blood For Light Waterside Contemporary 2 Clunbury St N1 6TT

#04 Hackney to Shoreditch

Saturday 4 June 2016, 14:00-17:00
Curated by Penelope Kupfer
Free, booking not required

[GALLERYTOUR] #4 webflyer

On Saturday 4 June we will meet at Cambridge Heath Station and set off for Vilma Gold to see the work of Oliver Stone and Luther Price. Next we will make our way to Espacio Gallery for a group exhibition titled Organism, featuring the work of Penelope Kupfer among an illustrious list of artists. Last stop is Paulo Nimer‘s solo show at Maureen Paley. See below for the schedule and map of the route with links to exhibition details. Free, no need to book.

SCHEDULE MAP
14:00
Cambridge Heath Station Hackney, London E2 9EG
14:15 Oliver Stone & Luther Price Vilma Gold 6 Minerva St, London E2 9EH
15:15 Organism Espacio Gallery 159 Bethnal Green Road London E2 7DG
16:15 Paulo Nimer Maureen Paley 21 Herald Street London E2 6JT

#03 Hyde Park to Shadwell

Saturday 14 May 2016, 14:00-18:00
Curated by Penelope Kupfer
Free, booking not required

[GALLERYTOUR] #3 webflyer

On Saturday, 14 May 2016 we will meet at the Serpentine Gallery at 2pm to view Hilma af Klimt: Painting the Unseen and then make our way to the Sackler Gallery to view of the exhibition by DAS INSTITUT. Then we will head to the Rum Factory near Shadwell DLR station to see the work of Richard Burger. See below for the schedule and map of the route with links to exhibition details. Free, no need to book, just join us at 2pm. Latecomers can join us along the way.

SCHEDULE MAP
14:00
Serpentine Gallery Kensington Gardens, London W2 3XA
14:15 Hilma af Klint Serpentine Gallery, Kensington Gardens, London W2 3XA
15:00 DAS INSTITUT Serpentine Sackler Gallery, W Carriage Dr, London W2 2AR
16:00 Lancaster Gate Tube Station Central Line to Bank, then DLR to Shadwell
17:00 Open Studios 2016 Rum Factory, Bow Arts, Unit 4, Pennington Street, E1W 2BD

#02 Whitechapel to Liverpool Street

Saturday 30 April 2016, 14:00-17:00
Free, booking not required

[GALLERYTOUR] #2 web-flier

On Saturday, 30 April 2016 we will meet at the bookshop inside the Whitechapel Gallery at 2pm to view Harun Farocki‘s video installation Parallel I-IV and  the archival exhibition Imprint 93 with prints by young British artists of the 1990s. Then we will head to Raven Row near Liverpool Street to see the work of Channa Horwitz. Please see below for the schedule and a map of the route. Free event, no need to book. Latecomers can join us along the way.

SCHEDULE MAP
14:00
Whitechapel Gallery 77-82 Whitechapel High St. London E1 7QX
14:15 Harun Farocki Parallel I-IV Whitechapel Gallery
15:00 Imprint 93 Whitechapel Gallery
16:00 Channa Horwitz Raven Row 56 Artillery Lane London E1 7LS

#01 Hoxton to Mile End

Saturday 19 March 2016, 14:00-17:00
Free, booking not required

[GALLERYTOUR] #1 web-flier

On Saturday, 19 March 2016 we will meet at Hoxton Rail Station at 2pm. From there we will walk to xero, kline & coma to see Under the Shade I Flourish by Chris Alton. Heading east we will stop at Cell Project Space to see Ian Ball ‘s Praseodymium Intracrine Signal Aggregate and and we will end the tour with Park McArthur‘s Poly at Chisenhale Gallery. Please see below for the schedule and a map of the route. Free event, no need to book, just join us at 2pm. Latecomers can join us along the way.

SCHEDULE MAP
14:00
Hoxton Rail Station Geffrye Street, London E2 8EA
14:15 Chris Alton: Under the Shade I Flourish xero, kline & coma, 258 Hackney Road, London E2 7SJ
15:15 Iain Ball  Cell Project Space, 258 Cambridge Heath Road, London E2 9DA
16:15 Park McArthur: Poly Chisenhale Gallery, 64 Chisenhale Road, London E3 5QZ