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Edel Assanti

EDEL ASSANTI PROJECT SPACE aims to establish a dynamic cultural hub in central London for a new generation of arts practitioners. Split across six floors housing Edel Assanti, Jack Bell Gallery, Holster Projects, and a rotating artist’s residency, this multi-purpose contemporary art space presents an unprecedented collaborative ethos and approach to exhibition making. Distinct in their identities, these three innovative London galleries’ unique programmes bring together divergent audiences from across the capital.

For the latest information on what's going on at the Edel Assanti Project Space, please visit our blog: http://edelassantiprojectspace.wordpress.com

London

United Kingdom
Address:
276 Vauxhall Bridge Road
SW1V 1BB
Website: www.edelassanti.com


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Artists Represented

Pete Macdonald
Ann Marie James
Carlos Zuniga
Yason Banal
Wendy Bevan


Current Exhibitions

SUBURBAN BAROQUE: Lucie May - From 8th September

Edel Assanti and The Wallis Gallery are pleased to present Surburban Baroque, the first solo exhibition of work by Lucy May in London since being awarded the prestigious Conran award at this year’s Royal College of Art MA degree show.

Suburban Baroque, a new body of sculptural works, merges the obscene luxuriance of the Baroque with the the cheap ostentation of contemporary mass-produced accessories. Gaudy plastic flowers emerge from distended outcrops of wax; swags of multicoloured fabric and foam are lashed to the structures with polypropylene garden string, creating rich tableaux of suburban domesticity.

In May’s own words: With these works, I celebrate cheapness, the sickly sweet, and the synthetic and fuse those things with commemorative, historical and anatomical references. Pebble dashing, domestic gloss and pearlescent spray paints create a fantastical world of customised low-grade decadence. Pound shop opulence flirts with the viewer, defying good taste and revelling in the deceptive seductiveness of the bargain bin.

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Forthcoming Exhibitions

MELAMID WORLD MINISTRY: GOD - MAN - ARTIST
Performance for one night only - 23rd September

SUPERUNKNOWN: Group Show - From 6th October

CARLOS ZUNIGA - From 24th November


Previous Exhibitions

MONDI COLOUR HOLIDAYS
11TH FEBRUARY - 14TH MARCH 2010
Jonathan Lewis - Peter Lynch - Peter Macdonald

PAREIDOLIA
25TH MARCH - 25TH APRIL 2010
Ann-Marie James

THE ALCHEMISTS
28TH APRIL - 30TH MAY 2010
Curated by Bright Treasure Art Projects: Jang-oh Hong - Meekyoung Shin - Vaishali Pathak - Juliette Losq - Gorka Mohamed

LAST WARHOL STAND IN
12-6PM, SATURDAY 22ND MAY 2010
Yason Banal, in conjunction with No Soul For Sale at Tate Modern

GLASTONBURY - ANOTHER STAGE
10TH JUNE - 4TH JULY 2010
Venetia Dearden

THE MARQUISE WENT OUT AT FIVE O'CLOCK
harlesworth, Lewandowski & Mann | Stuart Bailes | Jorge de la Garza | Noemie Goudal | Adam Thomas


Location And Getting There

Near Victoria Station

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Contact-Directors/Staff

General Enquiries:
art@edelassanti.com

Press:
kim@edelassanti.com

Artist Liason:
svetlana@edelassanti.com


Opening Times

Thursday-Saturday 12-6pm

Or by appointment.