9 December 2014 - 24 January 2015
My Dreams of Levitation is the first work by artist/architect SEAN GRIFFITHS
following the dissolution of the renowned art/architecture practice, FAT, of which Griffiths was a founding member.
The work recreates the first floor rooms o...
CURRENTLY OPEN FRIDAY & SATURDAY 12-6PM AND BY APPOINTMENT
New Quebec Street is three stories of a dilapidated building in the heart of Marylebone where we are producing a more performative and immersive programme, with events, happenings and exhibitions. Our building has become more of a project space.
PROGRAMME FOR THE AUTUMN
1. DIFFERENCE SCREEN
Saturday 4 October
Artists moving image from around the world.
DIFFERENCE SCREEN reflects on changing political geographies through people and places, travelling across 20 countries over 2 years.
Brought to us by BRUCE ALLAN & BEN EASTOP
Thursday 16 October
Site specific artists films, video, performance & sound from:
CATHY ROGERS & BEN GWILLIAM
RIE NAKAJIMA & DAVID CUNNINGHAM
SIMON PAYNE & DAVID RYAN
NICKY HAMLYN & CONOR KELLY
3. TOM WOLSELEY
Thursday 23 October - Sunday 16 November
A journey through the personal and cultural significance of 11 New Quebec Street, using film and sound installed into the building.
4. SEAN GRIFFITHS
Thursday 9 December - Saturday 31 January
A dialogue with the house in the form of a site specific architectural installation intervention
5. SUPPER CLUB
January 22 2015
AMBER ABLETT & STACEY BRAFIELD
This event will be sited in the work of Sean Griffiths. Food is made to reflect the work and to prompt conversation.
We are very happy to announce that we have been able to place the Estate of Shelagh Wakely with Richard Saltoun Gallery. We feel sure that Shelagh would have been delighted to be in the company of artists in Richard's gallery and we are very pleased that her name will be promoted and her work exhibited there. We will continue working with Richard in an advisory capacity for the next two years.
Richard Saltoun is a London-based gallery specializing in post-war art with a particular interest and emphasis on conceptual, feminist and performance artists that emerged during the 1970s. The gallery has been at the forefront of reintroducing and promoting the work of exceptional artists from the 1970s such as Helen Chadwick, Bob Law, and Jo Spence. www.richardsaltoun.com