Core Gallery Open Exhibition

September 20th, 2011 | Posted by Annabel in art | event | exhibition | gallery
Core Gallery

Upcoming Exhibition

Rosalind Davis, 8000 Souls Part II

Core Gallery Open Exhibition

Preview: Friday 23 September 7-9pm
24 September – 2 October 2011,
South London Last Friday, 30 September 6.30-8.30pm

Part of the Deptford X International Arts Festival. Read all about it here.
Artists: Alison Hand, Annabel Dover, Amy Moffat, Carolyn Lefley, Charlotte Bracegirdle, Christopher Eyles, Clare Mitten, David Fletcher, EJ Major, Emma Cousin, Emma Roche, Freya Douglas-Morris, Gabrielle Lockwood-Estrin, Iain Andrews, James Ryan, Jonny Williamson, Joshua Uvieghara, Lindsey Bull, Lisa Muten, Louisa Chambers, Rachel Wilbeforce, Robert Lang and Sarah West.

Read Chantelle Purcell’s special edition online catalogue here with essays from Graham Crowley, Rosalind Davis and Jane Boyer.

Artists were selected through an open submission competition by: Graham Crowley, one of the most distinguished living painters in the UK; Fiona Macdonald, artist and curator of Standpoint Gallery; Alli Sharma, artist, writer, curator and Director of artist-led Transition Gallery; Sarah Williams, independent curator, artist and lecturer and coordinator of the Jerwood Visual Arts programme at Jerwood Space.

Curated by Rosalind Davis and Jane Boyer
Read the press release here.
Image courtesy of Amy Moffat.

Preview: Friday 23 September 2011, 7-9pm, 24th&25th September, noon-6pm
A range of artists and practices from superb artist-led studio group. Open Studios are a fantastic way to meet and buy directly from the artists, and to see their latest works.
Artists: Gillian Best Powell, Arnold Borgerth, Lizzie Cannon, Nick Cornwell, Rosalind Davis, Ivan Franco, Jack Hutchinson, Sarah Hervey, Stuart Kelly, Carolyn Lefley, Lisa McGilben, Kate Murdoch, Elizabeth Murton, Rebekah Narewski, Mo Negm, Thi Nguyen, Zoe Powell, Shireen Qureshi, Deirdre Ruane,  Lisa Snook and Emily Wasp

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