SFSA curate and programme no format Gallery. The gallery programme supports artists, craft makers and designers, curators, students, local schools and colleges, and other arts organisations through exhibitions, talks, studio
visits, and other events.
If you would like further information or have interest to submit a proposal please contact:
Matthew Wood e: email@example.com m: 07946554574
no format Gallery, Arch 29, Rolt Street, Deptford, London, SE8 5JB
Image: no format Gallery, Painting Open, Preview 2017
Colour Equilibrium features new work by Andrew Smith. Focusing on the perception of colour, his paintings explore the visual dynamic of taut shape and motif with ranges of colour juxtaposition that align our perception with a seemingly simple image environment.
Andrew Smith’s practice includes exhibitions, most recently, Insight by Helfa Gelf at Oriel Mostyn; curatorial projects, Retake-Reinvent; public art commissions at Cardiff and Perm, Russia and initiating international exchanges for artists. Later this
year he will be artist in residence at Sauerbier House, South Eastern Australia. As an educator, he was Director of Fine Art at Bangor University.
Ten Years too Late
Goldsmiths Collective - Rory Beard / Lucy Turner / Shuaiting Li / Irene Adorni / Charlie Yetton
low plains drifter
Nicky Hodge’s recent paintings take Drift, Raoul de Keyser’s final show of paintings at David Zwirner in London in 2015, as a starting point. Revolving around a line of small paintings known as The Last Wall, the exhibition revisited
some of the subjects that preoccupied de Keyser throughout his near 50-year career including compositions inspired by the Belgian lowlands where he lived all his life, as well as purely abstract works that interrogate the activity of painting itself.
In low plains drifter, Nicky Hodge shows small paintings in acrylic that jostle together in small groups creating meaning through their interrelationships and their playful titles. As art critic Libby Anson noted ‘She is not trying to recreate anything
in the real world, rather she is illustrating a state of mind … what determines that or that shape cannot be predetermined or defined. The process is as abstract as the shapes that appear to be the subject.’
Nicky Hodge lives in London. She graduated from Central St Martin’s in 1992 and was awarded a post-graduate diploma from Goldsmiths MFA in 2015. In the early 2000s her paintings were exhibited at Danielle Arnaud Contemporary Art, including a solo exhibition
in 2001. Recent exhibitions and projects include Small World, PS Mirabel, Manchester (2017), away with the birds, Deptford X (2017) and Creekside Open, selected by Alison Wilding, APT Gallery (2017).
18th - 20th May
Preview Thursday 17th May
SFSA Drawing Open
50 participating artists, full info
In support of Refugee Week we are giving our gallery over to the
Lewisham Refugee and Migrant Network
. Work from their workshops and Art Therapy groups will be on display.
Let's Talk about Tomorrow
Goldsmiths MFA Student Curator.
Open Call Photography Registration
DeptfordFolk are proud to present an Open Call for photography at no format gallery.
‘The Nature of Cities’ is an exhibition exploring trees and urban biodiversity in Deptford and South East London.
The show will run over two weekends in July 6/7/8 and 13/14/15 2018 with a preview in the evening on the 5/7/18.
If you would like to submit work for the show please email firstname.lastname@example.org to register your interest before the 15th May and we will send you a submission form. Everyone welcome.
Daniel Huckfield curating Makers Mark