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Aqffin Gallery

Located in a trendy part of East End, traditionally a longstanding meeting place of Londons` bohemian crowd, GALLERY AQFFIN is an ideal showcase for artists to show their works. The gallery is situated in Commercial Street, which connects Spitalfields Market and Whitechapel, only a few steps from the hot spot of Brick Lane. The convenient location, in an area famous for art and creativity, guarantees a solid number of visitors.

London

United Kingdom
Address:
AQFFIN Gallery 55 Commercial Street
E1 6BD
Phone: 0773 703 2269
Website: www.aqffin.com/gallery.htm




Artists Represented

Aesun Kim

George Forsyth

Kounosuke Kawakami

Mai Yoshida

Matthew Taylor

Max Hymes

Sumito Sakakibara

Tom Leighton

Warren Neidich

Yutaka Inagawa


Sample Art Work (8)

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Forthcoming Exhibitions

Pinocchio

Curated by Lil*K

a satirical story about the wooden puppet boy, who was punished for being lazy and for his lies by getting a funny long nose, became the red thread connecting the works of these four original young artists.

Besides being cute story for children with moral contents, a story of Pinocchio was a provocative critique of the middle class in the Italian society of 19 th century. This hybrid of cuteness of expression, fantasy, humor and critical view on the society is a common feature of the all works exhibited. Also, hybrid nature of this exhibition reflects the fact that majority of artists are animators by training but in this show the emphasis is on the aspects of fine art in their works.



Previous Exhibitions

Synchro – tron

Curated by Lil*K

Synchro – tron brings together the hybridd work of artists who are exploring many aspects of our ever-changing world. Tron is an artificial word used to explain the science fiction fantasy world created in a film from the 1980s.

In Synchro – tron this word has been adopted to explain the scientific fantasy world created by the workd of the artists who have been brought together in this exhibition.

A Synchro – tron is a huge scientifici machina which synchronizes an electro and magnetic field to produce an intense beam of x-ray and ultraviolet light, millions times brighter tha sunlight.

This Synchro – tron light can penetrate deep inside matter and allows scientists to investigate the world around us at the scale of atmos and molecules. Such information can be used to help design new druha, build more powerful computer chips, develop new materoals for safer medical implants. Each individual creating an exciting exploration into our environment.



Contact-Directors/Staff

Helena Capkova
Gallery Curator



Opening Times

Wed - Sat (11am - 6pm),
Sun (12am - 4pm)