Our new headquarters is at 11 New Quebec Street London W1H 7RW.
New Quebec Street is three stories of a dilapidated building in the heart of Marylebone.
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
The Shelagh Wakely exhibition at Camden Arts Centre opens on Saturday July 12.
We are now producing a more performative and immersive programme at our new building in New Quebec Street, Marylebone with events, happenings and exhibitions. Our building has become more of a project space.
EVENTS AND HAPPENINGS
We are putting the finishing touches to our programme of short events and happenings in the current building.
Our events will include expanded cinema, a programme of artistsí films, and a salon of talks between artists and professionals in other creative fields. e.g. architecture, physics etc
Exhibitions will begin with an opening event and then will be open by appointment.
THE PERFORMANCE SPACE
The Performance Studio have been using the building as a rehearsal space. During March and April Boyle and Shaw have been resident. Recently we hosted a night of performance presented by Boyle and Shaw, and programmed by Leigh Clarke which included Bob and Roberta Smith, John Strutton and Dan Holliday.
The current resident in the rehearsal space is ILONA SAGAR.