Posts Tagged ‘Red White and Blue: Pop Punk Politics Place’

A New Era: reflections on the summer, a new exhibition and the start of MA Curating and Collections

David Garnett preparing objects from the ILEA/Camberwell Collections for the 'A Good Design?' exhibition

collections manager David Garnett preparing objects from the ILEA/Camberwell Collections for the new CHELSEA space exhibition ‘A Good Design?’

Instead of a quiet summer the period following the exhibition Markets featuring Charlotte Prodger and The Block was extremely busy and very productive.

installation view of Icons of Process Carlyle Reedy at Flat-Time House installation view of ‘Icons of Process Carlyle Reedy’ … More To Follow: Read The Full Text Here

The end of our blue period, a wedding in Zagreb, and a private view for Grenville Davey

Director of Tate Modern, Chris Dercon, in CHELSEA space's Almost Bliss installation

Director of Tate Modern, Chris Dercon, in CHELSEA space’s Almost Bliss installation

Our show Almost Bliss: Notes on Derek Jarman’s Blue finally came to an end, the blue vinyl was removed from the windows and the strange effects of the blue gels vanished in the daylight. The commemorations of the life and work of the late Derek Jarman continue throughout the year with international film screenings and exhibitions but the finale of the London season of events marking the 20th anniversary … More To Follow: Read The Full Text Here

Derek Jarman Valentine’s Study Day

Study Day poster including image of Derek Jarman's painting 'Avebury Series no 4' 1973 from Northampton Museums and Art Gallery

Our exhibition Almost Bliss: Notes On Derek Jarman’s Blue has been very well received and our  Jarman Study Day on 14th February was a big success.

Neil Tennant, Karen Di Franco, and Phillip Hoare at the Derek Jarman Study Day

Consisting of a diverse range of talks, screenings, performances, and panel discussions the … More To Follow: Read The Full Text Here

A Nashville Icon On The Road Again

Richard Wilson proposal drawing for 'Hang on a minute lads...' 2011

Our brilliant Richard Wilson exhibition No Formulas continues at CHELSEA space and we are eagerly awaiting Richard’s public talk with Jane Won, curator at the De la Warr Pavilion, on the 18th October (click here for details and booking info). Meanwhile we are busily working on our next exhibition Hatch Show Print: Nashville Calling 

Jason Brown at Hatch Show Print's old store on Nashville's Lower Broadway

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Willats in Oxford, Brown in Nashville, Blake in London, and a Jazz Record bag sent from Berlin

section of Stephen Willats' Oxford Community Data Stream

Stephen Willats, who showed his West London Social Resource Project with us in 2011, has an excellent new show Conscious-Unconscious: in and out the reality check at Modern Art Oxford. The show represents the next stage in a relationship with the gallery that goes back to 1968.

perspex visor and rubber beret by Flora McLean as part of the installation by Archigram at Modern Art Oxford

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A Private View, A Lecture Theatre Event, A Gate Theatre Award, A Private View, A Lecture Theatre Event


Jacqui Davies with SECONDEDITIONS Elizabeth Peebles & Markus Eisenmann and STURTEVANT's UK gallerist Anthony Reynolds

It has been another busy period for CHELSEA space, the crowds turned out for the private view of second reflection / symmetrical contents: STURTEVANT and SECONDEDITIONS on 22nd of January (see more images here). And on 23rd January SECONDEDITIONS’ Markus Eisenmann and Elizabeth Peebles were joined by the Henry Moore Institut More To Follow: Read The Full Text Here

Thanks 2012 – Hello 2013

stacked Gary Woodley designed bench with mirrorball in the window of CHELSEA space with Tate Britain and Millbank Tower behind

It’s time for CHELSEA space to say thank you to those who took part in our 2012 programme and to wish a Happy New Year to everyone who came to visit us.

Kate Ross (left) and Daisy McMullan in front of Daniel Sturgis's painting 'All or Nothing' 2012

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Elizabeth Price Turner Prize win + Mark Titchner, Black Sabbath, & Samuel Beckett. The last week of Red White and Blue

Elizabeth Price 'Monument to Dematerialisation' 2006 from the exhibition The Affirmation at CHELSEA space

Congratulations to Elizabeth Price on winning the Turner Prize at Tate Britain. Elizabeth, who featured in CHELSEA space #17, The Affirmation , gave a short but perfectly pitched speech remembering the late Mike Stanley and quietly sending the message to the Government and the State Secretary for Education Michael Gove that she would not have pursued a successful career as an artist had it not been for a strong arts curriculum at school and … More To Follow: Read The Full Text Here

Private view of the Red White and Blue

Mark Titchner 'N(I)B' and Derek Jarman 'Jordan's Dance'

artist and writer Don Grant watches Vivienne Westwood in Paul Tickell's documentary 'Punk and the Pistols'

Laibach 'Anglia' and Sex Pistols 'God Save the Queen'

Ramp installation including Clash Flag and photographs by Jon Savage

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Red White and Blue + Bob Dylan, Steve Thomas and Brad Faine

installing works by Nicky Carvell and Pavel Buchler

Donald Smith, Nicky Carvell, Kate Ross and Mike Iveson stand in front of a painting by Dan Sturgis during the installation of Red White and Blue

Everyone has been busy at CHELSEA space preparing the new show Red White and Blue: Pop | Punk | Politics | Place which opens with a Private view from 6-8pm on Tuesday  6th November, coincidently … More To Follow: Read The Full Text Here