Tags: Benedict Drew, Bob Cobbing: Bill Jubobe, Clive Phillpot, David Redfern, Dobells Jazz Folk Blues, In Peril on the Sea: Sailing Ships, Michael Shamberg, Riding House, Rose Finn-Kelsey, Stormy Seas, Turtle: An Anarchic Salon
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Tags: 1513 A ships' Opera, 1913: The Shape of Time, Almost Bliss: Notes on Derek Jarman's Blue, boyleANDshaw, British Record Shop Archive, Chelsea Futurespace, Daisy McMullan, David Redfern, Dobells Jazz Folk Blues, Elizabeth Peebles, Frederick Etchells, Gate Theatre, Hatch Show Print: Nashville Calling, Henry Moore Institute, Ideal Home, Jane Won, Jim Sherraden, JW3, Karen Di Franco, Kate Ross, Leon Parker, Markus Eisenmann, Museum of London, Nedski and Mojo, Nigel Bents, Notting Hill Arts Club, Oswaldo Maciá, Pavel Pyś, Peter Blake: Four Decades, Richard Wilson, second reflection / symmetrical contents, Serpentine gallery, STURTEVANT, Sugar and the Hi Lows, The Library of Cynicism: the archeology of sound and smell, Val Wilmer
As we prepare for our first exhibition of 2014, Almost Bliss: Notes on Derek Jarman’s Blue, CHELSEA space would like to say thank you to everyone who made 2013 another great year in our exhibition history.
We started last year with second reflection / symmetrical contents STURTEVANT and SECONDEDITIONS which turned …
Tags: Brad Faine, Chelsea Futurespace, David Redfern, Dobells Jazz Folk Blues, Futurecity, Humphrey Ocean, Mark Davy, Michael Horovitz, Paul Pritchard, Paul Stolper, Peter Blake: Four Decades, Prints 'R' Us, Steve Thomas: Big Biba and Other Stories
A fantastic crowd turned out at our sister gallery Chelsea Futurespace for the opening of Peter Blake: Four Decades
This dynamic installation of prints was personally selected by Sir Peter and includes a wide variety of works that he feels represents his printmaking activities across forty years. Also the show tacitly celebrates his productive working relationship with artist and master printmaker Brad …
Tags: All This Stuff: Archiving the Artist, British Record Shop Archive, Bruce McLean, Chelsea Futurespace, Daisy McMullan, David Redfern, Dobells Jazz Folk Blues, Guy Brett, Jeff Dexter, Jo Melvin, Jona Lewie, Kate Ross, Leon Parker, Lloyd Johnson, Martin Colyer, Modern Art Oxford, Paul Tickell, Peter Halley, Ping Pong Dialogues: Bill Beckley, Ridinghouse Editions, Rose Finn-Kelsey, Sir Peter Blake, Stephen Willats, Surface, Val Wilmer, Waddington Custot Galleries
Another lively season for CHELSEA space starting with the private view for Dobells Jazz Folk Blues. There was a fantastic crowd out to celebrate this iconic record shop and its founder, Doug Dobell, including CHELSEA space regulars and Dobell’s staff and customers going back to the 1940s.
Brian Harvey, who was one of Doug Dobell’s earliest …