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GOODEN GALLERY

GOODEN GALLERY is a contemporary art gallery in London's East End.

In addition to the main space programme we run two additonal programmes:

CURATORS' PROJECT SPACE
24 SEVEN

A ONE NIGHT STAND WITH....

London

United Kingdom
Address:
25A Vyner St
E2 9DG
Phone: +44 (0)20 8981 1233
Website: www.goodengallery.com




Artists Represented

Sean Branagan,
Paul Cole,
Robert Currie,
Neil Drabble,
Cath Ferguson,
Ian Johnson,
Simon Morse,
Heartbeat Sasaki,
Ivan Smith


Current Exhibitions

MACHINES AND DIAGRAMS
CATH FERGUSON
June 2nd – July 17th 2011

‘The modern work of art is anything it may seem...from the moment it works; the modern work of art is a machine and functions as such’.
(Gilles Deleuze - 'Proust and Signs')

'The diagram then is both form and matter, the visible and the articulable. Diagrams for Deleuze do not attempt to bridge the gap between these pairs, but rather attempt to widen it, to open the gap to other unformed matters and function which will become formed.’
(Peter Eisenman, ‘Diagram: an Original Scene of Writing’)


You have to start somewhere – but where is that? You don’t have to think about it, but you can’t choose not to. Something else has to take over if anything interesting is going to happen. Call it instinct, call it the unconscious .....whatever that is (Freud is not the only one to have ideas about that) That 'something that happens' is a kind of object, and it doesn’t belong to anyone – you can’t possess it. How do you get from A to B when they are not made of the same stuff? It’s not possible to say what caused that thing to happen, and itâ... [ Read all ]


Previous Exhibitions

24/SEVEN Curators' project.
GUEST CURATOR: CHRIS MEIGH-ANDREWS
April 22nd - June 17th 2011

PARTICIPANTS:David Henckel, Richard Layzell, Pam Skelton, David Mackintosh, Chris Meigh-Andrews, Cinzia Cremona,Charles Quick, Louise K Wilson & Spencer Roberts



'ON THE FLOOR'
JOHN GIBBONS & NATHANIEL RACKOWE
MARCH 3rd - APRIL 23rd 2011

John Gibbons’ sculptures in this exhibition, have an interesting relationship with the floor. Despite their obvious stillness, they are not rooted as permanent stationary objects. For example, ‘Transition (Monks Song) 2002’ meets the floor with sled-like runners. ‘Breath, 2001’ sits on a trolley with castors, and both pieces imply movement in the same way that a car standing still, tells us everything about its potential for motion. This ‘potential’ is also seen in Nathaniel Rackowe’s low lying piece ‘LP27, 2010’, which hugs the floor, concertina-like; hinting at its capability for lateral expansion and contraction.

The supposed intangibility of space and light and the consequential description of volume rather than mass, is a connecting concern for both artists. Nathanie... [ Read all ]


Exhibition Photos (37)

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Art Fairs

THE SOLO PROJECT, BASEL 2010

Solo Project, Basel
8th - 14th Jun 2009

ROMA STARGATE.
2nd - 5th Apr 2009


Location And Getting There

25A Vyner St
London E2 9DG

Nearest tube: Bethnal Green


Opening Times

Thursday to Sunday 12-6