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Alsopp Contemporary Art Ltd

Allsopp Contemporary opened in June 2005 in a converted Rolls-Royce Garage in North Kensington, London. With over 200 squared metres of sky-lit exhibition space it is one of London’s most unique gallery settings.
Since its opening Allsopp Contemporary has shown a diverse mix of solo and group exhibitions from internationally emerging and mid-career artists; film screenings and performance pieces. Our aim is to grow with the artists we represent whilst forging strong international relations with galleries and institutions worldwide.

London

United Kingdom
Address:
8-10 Conlan Street
W10 5AR
Phone: +44 (0)20 8960 5355
Fax: +44 (0)20 8969 1278
Website: www.allsoppcontemporary.com


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Artists Represented

Allsopp Contemporary is proud to represent: Nader Ahriman, Julien Berthier, Jose-Maria Cano, Tom Colebrook, Annie Morris, Lili Phung, Nicolas Pol and Daniel Wallis.


Current Exhibitions

Allsopp Contemporary’s forthcoming exhibition is for French artist Nicolas Pol (b. 1977). This will be his second solo exhibition with the gallery.

Pol’s work, which encompasses painting, print-making, sculpture and installation, introduces the spectator to a world of medieval practices, futuristic inventions and make-believe characters. This is fantastical reality represented through logos, advertisements, products and slogans. His paintings are highly worked and often belie a darker, un-savoury narrative of sin, temptation and death. In his sculptures and his screen prints, Pol inundates us with diagrams, scientific explanation and apocalyptic predictions. The centrepiece of the exhibition is a life-size sculpture of a figure trapped in a seventeenth century wooden torture device. Printed on to the device are illustrations of sins and temptations; the figure is both prisoner and victim, an embodiment of our narcissistic aspirations and selfish excesses. Surrounding him are piles of immaculately printed boxes. These contain products of the Paizer Corps – a futuristic, authoritarian organization that controls all aspects of... [ Read all ]


Forthcoming Exhibitions

Paper Trail: 15 Brazilian artists,
April 10th through May 10th. Works on paper by established and emerging Brazilian artists. Includes Brigida Baltar, Cadu, Cabelo, Franklin Cassaro, Sandra Cinto, Alex Cerveny, Nelson Felix, Maria Laet, Laura Lima, Jarbas Lopes, Gustavo Speridiao, Pedro Varela, Carlos Vergara,Daniel Senise and Daniel Zarvos. Allsopp Wedel is an exhibition space shared by Allsopp Contemporary and Wedel Fine Art

Daniel Wallis: New Work
May 14th to 14th June


Location And Getting There

Underground: Westburne Grove Station; Ladbroke Grove Station.
Buses: 52,23,7,6.


Contact-Directors/Staff

Gallery Owner: Henry William Allsopp,
Gallery Director: Nick Aikens


Opening Times

Monday to Friday 10am to 6pm, Saturday 12am to 5pm