We're currently preparing for exhibition and offsite events taking place next week.
Join us next Tuesday 11 June, 9-10:30am, for a coffee morning and special preview of Mariana Castillo Deball's current exhibition What we threw away we caught, what we didn't catch we kept. Cakes will also be generously provided by the East End Women's Institute.
On the evening of Tuesday 11 June, from 7-9pm, Cara Tolmie will host her second Wrangling Exercise in the upstairs room at The Britannia pub on Victoria Park Road, as part of her Chisenhale Gallery Neighbourhood Residency. Tolmie has invited Laura Guy, researcher and curator with Inheritance Projects, and artists Conal McStravick and Patrick Staff, to respond to the question: What is at stake when we talk of a public in relation to art?
Both events are free, but booking is strongly advised. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to make a reservation.
This morning year 6 pupils from Wellington Primary School visited Mariana Castillo Deball's exhibition with Tolmie as part of her Neighbourhood Residency. She will be working with the pupils this week expanding on ideas of performance.
This Wednesday 5 June, from 6pm at Pinta London, Chisenhale Gallery director, Polly Staple will be talking about Mariana Castillo Deball's exhibition. For more information about the event please click here.
We are open late on 6 June for this month's First Thursdays. Mariana Castillo Deball's exhibition will be open until 9pm.
Congratulations to Camille Henrot on being awarded the Silver Lion for most promising young artist at the 55th International Art Exhibition of la Biennale di Venezia. Camille Henrot will exhibit new work in a solo show here at Chisenhale Gallery in spring 2014.
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