Posts Tagged ‘Futurecity’

All Things Must Pass

olfactory experiences at Oswaldo Macia's Library of Cynicism

The end of Oswaldo Maciá’s Library of Cynicism at CHELSEA space was the beginning of a series of changes for us at Millbank.

Peter Blake: Four Decades at Chelsea Futurespace

Following Oswaldo Maciá came the closing of the superb Peter Blake: Four Decades at Chelsea Futurespace. We are very grateful to Sir Peter and to Brad Faine for their careful selection of the … More To Follow: Read The Full Text Here

The End of Dobell’s and the Beginning of Blake

Peter Blake at Chelsea Futurespace

A fantastic crowd turned out at our sister gallery Chelsea Futurespace for the opening of Peter Blake: Four Decades

Brad Faine and Peter Blake

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 … More To Follow: Read The Full Text Here

Hang On A Minute Lads: Richard Wilson’s latest great idea

An uncanny addition to the roof of the De La Warr Pavilion

As we mentioned at the end of our last blog something has come unhinged in the pleasant south coast town of Bexhill on Sea.

Hang On A Minute Lads, I've Got A Great Idea...

Look up at Eric Mendelsohn’s and Serge Chermayeff’s  1930s modernist masterpiece, the De La Warr Pavilion, and you will see a full size passenger coach teetering precariously … More To Follow: Read The Full Text Here

Can you see what it is yet? David Tremlett under wraps and Fred Pradeau blindfolded

scaffold and coverings on Tate's vast Manton staircase during the installation of David Tremlett's landmark new work. photo: Donald Smith courtesy Tate

Something exciting and unique is happening on the Manton Staircase at Tate Britain: artist David Tremlett and his assistants are working on a major wall drawing following the stairwell from the lower ground up almost to the full height of this grand but difficult space.

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Bronze Bullion and a Reprieve

artist Richard Slatter (right) with Nobby Graham

Richard Slatter’s private view at CHELSEA space’s sister gallery, Chelsea Futurespace, was a special night; not only was it the private view for this excellent new body of work, but it was also the fifth anniversary celebrations for Chelsea Futurespace and the cocktails were flowing.

Richard Slatter private view and Chelsea Futurespace 5th anniversary party

The fifth year anniversary was significant in more … More To Follow: Read The Full Text Here

Out Of His Heads – New sculpture by Richard Slatter at Chelsea Futurespace

Richard Slatter 3 Skulls

On Tuesday 15th February our sister gallery, Chelsea Futurespace,  is celebrating its fifth anniversary with a special private view of new sculpture by Richard Slatter.

You are invited to this special Private View Today: 6-8.30pm Chelsea Futurespace, Hepworth Court, Grosvenor Waterside, Gatliff Road (off Ebury Bridge Road), London, SW1W 8QP

curator Barbara Elting examines Richard Slatter's work

The show is curated by artist and CHELSEA space Research Fellow Barbara Elting … More To Follow: Read The Full Text Here

Stephen Farthing’s Ultra Marine Painting

CHELSEA space Assistant Jo McGaffin emerses herself in Stephen Farthing's epic painting of the Atlantic Ocean

Stephen Farthing RA, artist, writer, and co-curator of  The Life Room at CHELSEA space has opened a magnificent exhibition entitled The Back Story at the Royal Academy of Arts as part of their ‘Artists’ Laboratory’ series. The brilliant centrepiece of the exhibition is a 10m (30ft) long painting of the Atlantic Ocean entitled Painting The Atlantic which coincidently was commissioned by CHELSEA space Director Donald Smith  for the inaugural exhibition … More To Follow: Read The Full Text Here