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The Nunnery

The Nunnery is a contemporary project gallery and is part of the Bow Arts Trust. The gallery programme is project driven, initiating and developing projects that reflect and address issues in contemporary art. In doing so, the gallery works with a range of artists, curators, writers and arts organisations. Visitors can expect to see current contemporary work across all disciplines of the visual arts.

London

United Kingdom
Address:
183 Bow Road
E3 2SJ
Phone: 020 8709 5294
Fax: 020 8980 7770
Website: www.bowarts.org




Sample Art Work (2)

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Forthcoming Exhibitions

Disposable Fetish

18th January - 28th January

Curated by Jon Purnell



Doubleuse/Doubleblind

23rd February - 18th March 2007
Private view:
Thursday 22nd February 6.30-9.30pm

Pavel Buchler, Moyra Derby, Mick Finch, Jane Harris, Gerard Hemsworth, Louise Hopkins, Richard Kirwan, Sadie Murdoch, Katherine McKee, Ben Ravenscroft, Caragh Thuring, Amikam Toreen, John Wilkins.







Linde Ludeña Sierra

30th March - 6th May 2007
Private view:
Thursday29th March 6.30-9.30pm


Almut Linde, Manuel Ludeña, Santiago Sierra
Curated by Oliver Zybok



Visions in the Nunnery

Visions in the Nunnery 2007 is the seventh annual open submission event for artists working in digital media. The short film screening and exhibition is the result of an open call for submissions. The selection of work reflects developments in emerging and current contemporary arts practice.

Provisional dates:
19th -20th May 2007



Schools in View 2007

An Exhibition Celebrating Art in Schools

Provisional Exhibition dates: 5th June - 16th June 2007
Open 1.00-5.00pmdaily. Free admission.

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Previous Exhibitions

Gallery

Saturday's 04, 11 and 18 March 2006
1pm — 5pm Free Entry
The Nunnery Gallery is becoming a NODE as part in NODE.L in March 2006.

The NODE.L projects showcased reflect the digital developments in contemporary art practice and create a discourse for artists, performers, creators and curators.

Mapping Chinese New Year’s Eve Dinner uses digital technology to map the landscape of trans-national Chinese cultural identity.
Creator Wanda Hu .

Oral Tradition consists of a two-screen projection, specially written Speech Recognition (SR) software, two microphones and computers.
Creator Kevin Carter.

APT London (A Piece of Town), a photographic series, maps unimposing objects in the public space of the City of London, which seem to have been not yet commercialised.
Creator Miriam Steinhauser.

For more information on NODE.L please go to www.nodel.org









Visions in the Nunnery 2006
March 24 - March 26 2006

Eleanor Duffin, Samantha Donnelly, Oreet Ashery, Amy Sharrocks, Lela Budde, Simon Jacques, Heather Phillipson, Riccardo Iacono, Simon Woolham, Sanna Maarit, Tessa Garland, Ke... [ Read all ]


Contact-Directors/Staff

Director Marcel Baettig


Opening Times

Thursday to Sunday 12 -5pm