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KALEID Editions

KALEID editions is a contemporary artists’ books project and retail space.
Conceived as an annual programme of exhibitions, performances and events, selected artists are invited to show diverse work and make an artists’ book or publication.

London

United Kingdom
Address:
KALEID Unit 2, 23-25 Redchurch St
E2 7DJ
Website: www.kaleideditions.com


Gallery/Dealer Photos (1)

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Artists Represented

Leigh Clarke, Designmarketo,
Alex Hamilton, Peter Suchin, Nick Morley, Peter Rapp



Sample Art Work (10)

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Current Exhibitions

White Heat
2-27 June 2010

Private view: Tuesday 1st June 2010, 6-9pm

A.A.A.B.A.M
Victoria Browne
Angie Butler
Lorna Crabbe
Harvey Dellanzo
Desmond Felix 
Stephen Fowler
Daniele Genadry
Graeme Gerard Halliday
Stephen Lee 
Mayari
Flora McLean
Andrew Pegram
Peter Rapp 
The Readers
Shelley Revill
Mary Rouncefield
Augusta Ogilvy & Martin Sexton
Sofia Stevi
Johnette Taylor
Carolyn Trant

The penultimate show at KALEID project space, Redchurch Street, London E2; an interdisciplinary group exhibition of editioned artists’ books curated by Victoria Browne and Dr. Aylin Kunter.

“...in the white heat of this revolution will be no place for restrictive practices or for outdated methods...”
In 1963, Harold Wilson laid forth an ambitious agenda that called into question values of family, work, education, male-female relations, sexuality, urbanism, science, technology and progress.

Taking inspiration from this period, KALEID will be subject to, and an object of ‘white heat’ as a beacon of light to illuminate a brave new collection of artists’ books; in order to represent our mood, ideas and the... [ Read all ]


Forthcoming Exhibitions

FRANS MASEREEL CENTRE presents: COLIN WAEGHE & the Flemish artists' books collection
30 June - 25 July 2010

Private view: Tuesday 29th June 2010, 6-9pm

KALEID editions is delighted to present an exhibition of new paintings, fictional film posters and the launch of an artist’s book by Colin Waeghe alongside a selection of artists’ books from the permanent collection at the Frans Masereel Centre for Graphic Arts situated near Antwerp, Belgium.

Colin Waeghe’s work occurs somewhere between the physical and the mental realm, the actual and the imaginary. He is currently enrolled in the HISK (Higher Institute for Fine Arts) studio programme in Ghent, Belgium. During his residency at the Frans Masereel Centre, Waeghe designed a series of black & white posters for films never to be realised. The images rely on digital constructions of photographic and graphic elements such as pictures of friends, interiors, backgrounds and fantastical film titles. A specific narrative is envisioned through assembling diverse elements such as autobiographical characters, science-fiction, fantasy, architecture and text. Waeghe’s imagery invo... [ Read all ]


Previous Exhibitions

Shake me
5-30 May 2010

Private view: Tuesday 4th May 2010, 6-9pm

Victoria Browne’s video projection and polymergravure prints are the result of a three year project researching CERN, the European Organisation for Nuclear Research. Speculative Progress plays on locating the ever-elusive Higg’s boson using 19th century hachuring techniques and the Dufourkarten - a military topographical survey of Switzerland completed in 1862 - to parody first beam events at the Large Hadron Collider. Browne’s labour intensive topography invokes string theorists’ description of the Multiverse as a mountainous spacetime divided into an infinity of valleys, to portray two-dimensional splinters of an exoteric, multidimensional landscape.

Her livre objet edition Shake me continues Browne’s foray into uncertain territory with sealed valves containing mathematical formulae. As the figures merge and separate, rebounding off their domed encasement, churning in a perpetual snow storm, no concrete sums can be deciphered. Instead, each shift in arrangement could witness the birth of a multitude of universes only to vanish with a flick of the ... [ Read all ]


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Submission Policy

By selection


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Location And Getting There

KALEID
Unit 2, 23-25 Redchurch St,
London. E2 7DJ

Nearest Underground:
Liverpool Street Station (The Hammersmith and City, Circle, Central and Metropolitan Lines)
Old Street Station (The Northern Line)



Contact-Directors/Staff

Victoria Browne
Katharine Fry
Samantha Huang


Opening Times

Wednesday to Saturday, 12-7pm / Late night Thursdays and informal Sundays