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Transition Gallery

Transition Gallery is a not for profit, contemporary art organisation run by practicing artists, based in Hackney, east London. Its aim is to bring new art to new audiences and much of the art shown is by artists at the beginning of their careers. The gallery also organises talks, screenings and workshops, and publishes accompanying books and essays. Transition’s magazines Garageland and Arty are stocked by most of the big British gallery bookshops.

London

United Kingdom
Address:
Unit 25a, Regent Studios, 8 Andrews Road, London E8
E8
Phone: 020 7254 4202
Website: www.transitiongallery.co.uk


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Artists Represented

Rachel Cattle
Annabel Dover
Nadia Hebson
Cathy Lomax
Alli Sharma


Current Exhibitions

Tainted Love
Alice Anderson / Kirsty Buchanan / Annabel Dover / Georgie Flood / Andrea Hannon / Paul Kindersley / Hayley Lock / Cathy Lomax /
Alli Sharma / Corinna Spencer / Mark Scott Wood / Jessica Voorsanger

selected by Corinna Spencer

You are an obsession, you’re my obsession…
Tainted Love is a day-dreamingly, dark installation questioning what it means to desire, cherish, seek, long, admire, envy, celebrate, protect or destroy. These desires for desire inform aspects of how we make sense of the world, in relation to mass media, and in relation to our historical, social and cultural locations to create meaning in our everyday lives where the traditional bonds of race, religion and ethnicity are increasingly diminished and where fantasy functions as an empty surface for the projection of our desires. Ranging from simple groups of paintings to more elaborate devotional structures, each dedicated to what Proust claimed was 'the only successful (sustainable) love’... unrequited. From cabinets of transgression to intimate shrines the Tainted Love artists attempt to come closer to an object of desire, that eludes our gr... [ Read all ]


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Location And Getting There

Bethnal Green, E8


Contact-Directors/Staff

Cathy Lomax
Alex Michon
Alli Sharma


Opening Times

Fri - Sun, noon - 6 pm