hARTslane curated projects
From October 2016, hARTslane ROOM 6.0 will focus on a relevant contemporary issue every 6 months and will provide a forum for exploration and cultural engagement on current affairs. Submissions are welcome from artists and curators alike. The specific topic can be addressed through collaborative and site specific projects, exhibitions, workshops, talks and screenings. The programme welcomes proposals from UK based as well as international art practicioners. More info and guidelines.
LONDON (UK), THE HAGUE (NL), VICENZA (Italy)
International miniature-portrait exhibition touring in the UK, Holland and Italy, bringing together artworks by artists members of three different artists' associations; The London Group (UK), Pulchri Studio (The Hague, NL) and This Is Not Art (Vicenza, Italy).
Visit the project's website for more information: www.personal-relations.org
GREETINGS FROM NEW CROSS GATE
A community art project with the aim to produce 25k new postcards of New Cross Gate and distribute them in London. Kindly supported by The Lottery Fund. Read more.
Q PARK, Central London
Following the popularity of the previous exhibitions held at this unique west end location Geoff Leong once again joins forces with dynamic artist curator duo Vanya Balogh and Cedric Christie plus a new team of international guest curators to support this non profit exhibition featuring over 100 artists in the circular 20000 Sq ft multi storey car park beneath Cavendish Square. Open to public for three days and two nights non stop, it features selection of purely monochromatic works in the medium of sculpture, photography, painting, drawing and site specific installation. More images by Pat Meagher.
VENICE PAVILION IN LONDON
In conjunction with the renown 56th Venice Biennale, taking place in Italy between may 9th and November 22nd 2015, hARTslane is very proud to present the very first ‘Venice Pavilion in London’.
Exhibiting Artists; Vanya Balogh | Ting Ting Cheng | Gayle Chong Kwan | Sung Eun Chin | Eric Fong | Shadi Habib Allah | Aude Hérail Jäger | Ana Mendes | Charlotte C Mortensson | Mandy Niewöhner | Eugene Palmer | Victoria Rance | Paolo Rosini | Pascal Rousson | Martin Sexton | Malika Sqalli | Sabina Tupan | Tisna Westerhof | Jwan Yosef. More info
DEPTFORD FOUNDRY, Arklow Road Trading Estate, London
Art. Music. Theatre. History at the Anthology Deptford Foundry – curated by hARTsane.
Deptford Stories Arts Festival launched on 31st October and 1st November at Anthology Deptford Foundry to celebrate the lives and legends of Deptford. Thirty artists exhibited an array of mixed media installations, sculptures, photographs, lights displays, textiles and tiling – attracting over 900 visitors across two days. The festival allowed new property developer, Anthology, to connect with the local community in an authentic and exciting way. More info.
THE SKY IN A ROOM
Part of DeptfordX
A twin installation exploring the theme of private/public space by taking the usual domestic setting out of its context. The project addresses the lack of outdoor public space to meet in New Cross by offering a playful platform for casual encounters and organic communication. By swapping the paradigms of indoor and outdoor, ‘The Sky in a Room’ questions the context of art in relation to space, and the gallery wall as the filter between art and non art. The value of art is the difference it makes to an individual or a group.
Video projections and -installations by: Andrew James, Antonella Ferrari and Sarah Doyle.
LET ME GO TO THE WINDOW
OCTOBER 2013 - APRIL 2014
A compelling new site specific art project created for and in response to the gallery window. From October 2013 until the end of March 2014, ten selected artists created site specific and temporary public artworks. Every two weeks a new artist engaged with the one and only window in Harts Lane as a platform to evoke, celebrate and inspire the passers-by and local residents of New Cross Gate.
PATCH UP - Quilt making activity for children and tour
Part of the Telegraph Hill Festival
Using a centuries old craft technique, Harts Lane Studios have transformed decorative references - pictures of landmarks, personal symbols, words, flagstone made by the children of New Cross - into a profound social, emotional message of pride, joy and hope, a celebration of a diverse and united New Cross Gate. Patch-Up! was part of Telegraph Hill Festival 2013 and took place at Harts Lane Studios in March and at the New Cross Learning library in April with children of the local Childeric Primary School. It then went on tour in SE14...
BETWEEN ART AND REALITY
‘Between Art and Reality’ brought together a group of Designers who work within the built environment mainly through the theory of Interior or Interventional design. Their engagement with the built environment is revealed in their art making, through working in response to a brief or circumstance.
Featuring: Richard Blurton, Kevin Brennan, Stephen Donald, Ben Kelly, Michael Marriott, Elena Massucco, Pat Meagher, Susan Minter, Sigrun Sverrisdottir, Gerard Taylor, Jonathan Tuckey, Ben Wilson and Howard Bates.
Curated by Sigrun Sverrisdottir and Kevin Brennan.
“Imagination will often carry us to worlds that never were, but without it we go nowhere.” Carl Sagan
Featuring: Paul Clayton, Maria Christoforatou, Carla Cruz, Janet Currier, Eleanor Davies, Mikey Georgeson, Saskia van der Sluis and Paul Taylor.
Music: Jona Overground
“United” brought together artists who use units in their work. The unit could be a tablet, block, label, tile, bottle or even a bird box. As the artist unites the multiple units, the artwork takes on a collective presence that engages with notions of family, identity, community, mobility, the infinite and atomic.
The collective art exhibition curated by Paul Tecklenberg, showcased works by eight London based artists: Tisna Westerhof, Tommy Seaward, Melissa Alley, David Redfern, Susan Haire, Fiammetta Alley, Mikey Georgeson and Paul Tecklenberg.
The day will also featured music by local performer Nigel of Bermondsey who performed psycho-geographical songs and stories from Bermondsey, Wapping, Rotherhithe, Walworth and South London.
“It is good to have an end to journey toward; but it is the journey that matters, in the end.”
― Ernest Hemingway
Collective art exhibition with Tom Dale, Rosalind Davis, Annabel Dover, Amanda Holiday, Jane Jones, Mary-Jane Maybury, Charlotte Squire, Roxy Walsh.
Music from: Sunbeam, The Little Devils, The Barberellas, Black Dove, Alex & Richard.
A SMILE SPREADING LIKE A SECRET
Collective show featuring:
Boris Blake, Richard Caldicott, Fieroza Doorsen, Manali Jagtap, Andrew James, Tracey Smith, Jacqueline Utley, Sara Willet.