SPACE is reconfiguring its programme at the Triangle with new public-facing commissions and events starting later in the year. This shift supports SPACE’s role as an artist development resource. Our primary commitment is to provide over 700 artists with value for money studios, and focus on sustainability for artists in an increasingly expensive city.
Our 10 years of exhibitions conclude with a retrospective of work by the extraordinary Alfreda Benge, long term collaborator of musician Robert Wyatt, and a presentation from Berlin gallery The Duck, running until 5th April.
The exhibitions programme has received substantial critical acclaim, with a breadth of presentations garnering reviews in Frieze, Art Review, Art Monthly, The Telegraph, The Guardian, TimeOut, Spike, Dummy.
Archive shows have included:
Schizo-Culture: Cracks in the Streets
Cherchez La Femme
Emerging artist solo shows have included:
We are pleased to announce that Persilia Caton has been appointed Artist Programme Manager, starting in May. She has worked at The Photographers’ Gallery, MOT International Gallery, CONTACT Photography Festival Toronto, Pikto Gallery, Toronto and The Power Plant, Toronto
We continue our programmes in Art and Technology at The Triangle and The White Building, Artist Professional Development through New Creative Markets, and Learning and Participation.
We are also pleased to host the following projects between April - August 2015:
Space In Between offsite show - Freddy Dewe Mathews
Wayward commission for Kew Gardens
East London Comic Book Festival
The Doc. Festival
Birmingham University Degree Show