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CHARLIE SMITH London

CHARLIE SMITH london is a young, dynamic gallery situated above The Reliance in Old Street. A one minute walk from Hoxton Square, it is located at the epicentre of the Shoreditch gallery scene. Specialising in young, emerging artists who are being acquired by some of the most respected international collectors, CHARLIE SMITH london promotes a collaborative and curatorial approach in its gallery and off-site projects.

London

United Kingdom
Address:
336 Old Street
EC1V 9DR
Phone: 020 7739 4055
Website: www.charliesmithlondon.com




Artists Represented

Jennifer Allen, Emma Bennett, Sam Jackson, Sarah McGinity, Alex Gene Morrison, Gavin Nolan, Dominic Shepherd, John Stark


Sample Art Work (66)

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Current Exhibitions

Alex Gene Morrison
'Dark Matter'
September 3rd - October 2nd 2010


Previous Exhibitions

'YOUNG GODS'
2010 London Graduates
July 16th - August 7th 2010

Emma Bennett
'Death & Co.'
June 4th - July 3rd 2010

'PAPYROPHILIA'
Martin Lea Brown, George Condo, Leon Golub, Keith Haring & Andy Warhol, Luke Jackson, James Jessop, Jasper Joffe, Reece Jones, Claire de Jong, Cathy Lomax, Robin Mason, Mark McGowan, Hugh Mendes, Kieran Moore, Alex Gene Morrison, Paul Noble, Gavin Nolan, Chris Ofili, Tim Parr, Claire Pestaille, Michael Scoggins, Liam Scully, Dominic Shepherd, John Stark, Caro Suerkemper, Gavin Tremlett, James Unsworth, Stella Vine, Stephen Walter, Miranda Whall
May 7th - 29th 2010

Gavin Nolan
'A King's Gambit Accepted'
Friday March 19th – Saturday April 24th 2010

'DEMONOLOGY'
Jonathan Baldock, Sebastian Gögel, James Jessop, Jasper Joffe, Alexis Milne, Alex Gene Morrison, Claire Pestaille, Prue Piper, Moritz Schleime, Dominic Shepherd, John Stark, Erik Tidemann, Danny Treacy
February 5th – March 13th 2010

Sam Jackson
'Vas Deferens'
Dec 11th-Jan 30th

'Future or Ruin'
Harold de Bree, Gordon Cheung, Jana Gunstheimer, Luke Jackson, Monica Ursina Jäger, Mark McGowan, Hugh Mendes, Svein M... [ Read all ]


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Art Fairs

Preview Berlin 2010
Art Amsterdam 2010
London Art Fair 2010
Pulse Miami 2009


Submission Policy

No submissions at this time


Press Releases

PRESS RELEASE

CHARLIE SMITH london is delighted to present Alex Gene Morrison with his first London one person show since 2006.

In this new collection Morrison employs a highly personalised language in order to engage with a universal cosmology. Suspended delicately between representation and abstraction, forms advance and recede to suggest an outer worldliness that is somehow beyond and even pre or post human. Morrison creates an inter-dimensional realm that is at times enticing and other times foreboding. Complimentary and subtle colour combinations might project stillness and harmony whilst abrasive, electric codes suggest the clinical, infirm or incubatory.

But whilst Morrison maintains a stance of implication and illusiveness he still affirms a sapient presence by means of absence or in suggesting transitory movement. A stone slab in an empty room tells us that something was once here, most likely extinguished, and warns of an ultimate finality. Portals, gateways or corridors convey a journey, a point of crossing over from one state to another. Human or sentient beings were or are present in primitive or futuristic ... [ Read all ]


Press Links

http://nonewenemies.net/2010/03/12/party-of-suicides/

http://beautifuldecay.com/2010/03/17/gavin-nolan/

http://www.spoonfed.co.uk/spooners/lauren-romano-8167/art-chess-suicide-an-interview-with-gavin-nolan-2334/

http://www.timeout.com/london/art/article/778/danny-treacy

http://www.culture.youvox.fr/Demonology-l-art-de-l-extreme.html

http://www.kunsthart.org/nl/16/100/a-dark-current-runs-through-the-london-art-world-the-emergence-of-the-occult.aspx

http://artforum.com/picks/section=de#picks24282

http://www.modernedition.com/exhibition/sex-in-contemporary-art-1.html

http://trendbeheer.com/2009/11/21/future-or-ruin-charlie-smith-londen/

http://www.timeout.com/london/art/event/162360/john-stark

http://www.artcalendr.com/index.cfm/events/calendar.eventDetail/title_id/1601355608/event/John%20Stark%20,%20Meliora%20Silentio

http://www.a-n.co.uk/interface/reviews/single/568188

http://www.fadwebsite.com/2009/10/01/russell-herrons-pick-of-first-thursday-1st-october/


Location And Getting There

336 Old Street
London
EC1V 9DR
United Kingdom

Tube: Old St or Liverpool St
Buses: 8, 26, 48, 55, 67, 388


Contact-Directors/Staff

Director
Zavier Ellis

Dee Dhara
Nevine Mahmoud


Opening Times

Wed-Sat 11am-6pm or by appointment