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We are all at sea

Members of Chelsea's MA Curating and Collections course assisting Clive Phillpot installing In Peril On The Sea.

Members of Chelsea’s MA Curating and Collections course assisting Clive Phillpot installing In Peril On The Sea.

In Peril On The Seas private view seen from outside

In Peril On The Sea private view seen from outside

After all of the work preparing and installing, Clive Phillpot and his curatorial assistants from Chelsea College of Arts’ MA Curating and Collections settled back and … More To Follow: Read The Full Text Here

Peter Downsbrough and the Shamberg Turtle + Shelagh Cluett and Lloyd Johnson via Tom Waits

invitation to a Turtle

This week there was a poetry and sound event at the Hardy Tree Gallery as part of the latest Michael Shamberg ‘Turtle’.

The very first ‘Turtle’ exhibition and series of events was Turtle: An Anarchic Salon at CHELSEA space in the summer of 2006. The project came about after the film maker Michael H Shamberg, who was well known for his work with the band New Order, had become ill with the debilitating Mitochondrial disease. The turtle had become a symbol … More To Follow: Read The Full Text Here

The Tennessee Two – CHELSEA space congratulates Jason Brown and Lori Odom on their Nashville Nuptials

Lori Odom and Jason Brown at their wedding last Sunday at the World Famous Station Inn in Nashville. photo: Laura Elkins

CHELSEA space is proud to announce the wedding of our great friend, CABGallery/CHELSEA cab curator and Art and Americana connoisseur Jason Brown to his Tennessee Bride, the wonderful Lori Odom. The two were married at the World Famous Station Inn in Nashville, Lori’s hometown and Jason’s favourite place.

Jason and Lori's wedding invitation designed by Paolo Crippacci

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Monitoring Stephen Willats (part 3)

Stephen Willats with curator Michele Drascek

One thing that has been confirmed by going through Stephen Willats’ West London  Social Resource Project materials is that, whether its 1972 or 2011, Stephen always has an eye for cool luggage. We are wondering whether the striped bag in the black and white photograph from 1972 was as bright as his latest one.

an image of Stephen Willats in 1972 from the editioned boxed set of examples from the WEST LONDON SOCIAL RESOURCE PROJECT

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