Posts Tagged ‘Neal White’

A Busy, Happy Ending to 2015: recent news and a round up of the year

Christmas Tree at CHELSEA space - stacked benches designed by Gary Woodley for CHELSEA space in 2010 and a mirrorball from the exhibition Neal White: Fieldworks in the Museum of the Void

Christmas Tree at CHELSEA space – stacked benches designed by Gary Woodley for CHELSEA space in 2010 and a mirrorball from the exhibition Neal White: Fieldworks in the Museum of the Void (2009)

It has been another great year for CHELSEA space, thank you to everyone  who has exhibited, visited, participated or contributed, we are grateful for your … More To Follow: Read The Full Text Here

All This Stuff: Archiving The Artist

artists Bruce and Debra Welch with the Director of Tate Britain, Penelope Curtis

A crowd gathered at White Cube Bermondsey on 23rd May for the launch of the book All This Stuff: Archiving The Artist  published by LIBRI.

front cover of All This Stuff: Archiving The Artist illustrated with an image of Bruce McLean's King For A Day, A One Day Retrospective 1972

The book is edited by Victoria Lane, Karyn Stuckey, and Judy Vaknin … More To Follow: Read The Full Text Here

Private View in the Public Monitor – Monitoring Stephen Willats (part 4)

Stephen Willats talks with Raven Row's Alex Sainsbury, MOT International's Chris Hammond and Art Licks' Holly Willats

CHELSEA space hosted an enjoyable private view for Stephen Willats’ West London Social Resource Project on Tuesday evening and the installation was very well received. It was great to see everyone,  there will be a few more photographs on the main site shortly.

Lynda Morris with Tate's Andrew Wilson

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You Can’t Cut This – A New Year but Hard Times Ahead for Education and the Public Sector

Pink Plinth and Mirror Ball by CHELSEA space

CHELSEA space would like to wish everyone a Happy New Year and we hope you like our Pink Plinth and Mirror Ball Christmas Window bringing together elements used in Should I Stay Or Should I Go, Process: The Working Practices of Barney Bubbles, and Neal White: Fieldworks From The Museum of the Void.

However, we would also like to remind you of the hard times to come for education and the public sector and to salute teachers and students who … More To Follow: Read The Full Text Here