17 Feb - 25 Mar
Part I: Street Semiotics | Group Exhibition
Charlie Smith London
336 Old Street
11:00 am - 6:00 pm.
Opening: 17 Feb 2017
Artists: Florian Heinke, Sam Jackson, Kate Lyddon, Hugh Mendes, Alex Gene Morrison, Mitra Saboury, Hendrik Zimmer.
Curated by Zavier Ellis.
CHARLIE SMITH LONDON introduces the first in a trilogy of interconnected exhibitions. The first includes artists who draw on the city to inform their work. The second - 'The Turning World' - will explore the relationship between historical and contemporary landscape painting, and its relevance. The third exhibition - 'Interiority' - will investigate interiors and specifically their psychological resonance. During the first exhibition, David Hancock, Director of PAPER in Manchester, will curate a dialogic show of work on paper called 'Semiotic Guerrilla Warfare part IV' in the back room, consisting of over thirty artists.
Street Semiotics includes British, German and American artists working in painting, video and sculptural installation who engage with the city environment, from street culture to its physicality to its populous.
In the back room:
Semiotic Guerrilla Warfare part IV,
Curated by David Hancock.
Hermione Allsopp / Jemima Brown / Andrea Cotton / Lisa Denyer / Tracey Eastham / David Hancock / Florian Heinke / Phill Hopkins / Hilde Krohn Huse / Sam Jackson / Monica Ursina Jäger / Vincent James / Chris Jones / Richard Meaghan / Alex Gene Morrison / Narbi Price / Mitra Saboury / Jenny Steele / Pär Strömberg / Zhu Tian / Lisa Wilkens / Simon Woolham / Hannah Wooll / THE CULT OF RAMM:ΣLL:ZΣΣ featuring Yang Younghee.
The event will take place at CHARLIE SMITH LONDON, 336 Old Street, Shoreditch, London EC1V 9DR. Open from 11am-6pm Wednesday to Saturday. Please contact the gallery for further information on 020 7739 4055. Follow the gallery @CHARLIESMITHldn
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