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
Simon Brewster / Andrea Coltman / Samuel L Herbert / Rita Isaacs / Ian Monroe / Carolyn Morris / Venetia Nevill / Amy Pearce Buzzard / Jane Pickersgill / Fiona G Roberts / Monique Wan and Yuting Wang
Show sponsored by Canary Wharf Contractors Ltd.
All the events will run a donation bar and all proceeds will go to the charity 'Street of Growth'
Plymouth College of Art
1st - 4th November
Preview Thursday 1st of November 6-8pm
Aleksandra Sosnowska / Anna Munday / Carol Vincent / Chris Sargent / Danni Thurley / Guy Barkley-Smith / Marcus Nodwell / Mariah Clarkson-Bates / Mark Corfield / Nicky Harwood / Becky Elia.
Week of the 5th November - GALLERY FREE
This exhibition is a summarising event for Narbutt’s trip to Caucasus region earlier in the year. She visited Armenia, Georgia and Azerbaijan and uses photographs and notes made during this trip to create new body of work.
It was made possible through a-n artist development bursary 2018.
Dancing with the corporeal
Matthew Gould & Madi Acharya-Baskerville
Preview: Thursday November 22nd 7-9pm
Closing event: Sunday 25th November 3-5pm with artist talk at 3.30 pm
Exhibition runs from Thursday 22nd November to Sunday 25th November 2018, 12-6pm
exhibition brings together a diverse range of works by artists Matthew Gould and Madi Acharya-Baskerville.The title of the exhibition, ‘Dancing with the corporeal’ reflects the physicality which underpins
the practice of both artists. Their approach embraces a physical, almost carnal approach where things may come together or fall apart in an instant. For Matthew Gould the process of painting is at its best described as a dance and it is at this point when
it feels primal and honest. In Madi Acharya-Baskerville’s case, the process of making sculpture is like play and the studio feels like a playground of possibilities where things can come together with relative ease or fall apart after much deliberation. Both
artists are interested in this ‘falling apart’ and the possibilities that ensue creating irreverent mutations through surprising combinations.
Don't walk walk gallery - Take over
Arch 29 closes and we relocate no format Gallery within our permanent Studio Project, Arklow Road, Deptford.