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ELEVEN SPITALFIELDS

The display of Fine art, Architecture and Design in the context of Georgian Spitalfields London – Art works are made available for public viewing, Eleven Spitalfields gallery has two ground floor Georgian paneled rooms of fine proportions providing great flexibility for display.

The gallery is named after the East end creative quarter of London in which it is based, in the Fournier Street conservation area. The house was originally built by Samuel Worrell in 1720.

The owners Chris and Sarah Dyson restored the house in the heart of Spitalfields in 2007 creating a home, studio and gallery space to promote fine art, architecture and design according to their own interests. As an architect and collectors this is a natural extension of their shared passion for art.

Exhibitions at the gallery cover a wide scope including painting, sculpture, photography, video and installations. The gallery hosts international, emerging and established. Eleven Spitalfields regularly collaborates on curatorial projects.

London

United Kingdom
Address:
11 Princelet Street Spitalfields
E1 6QH
Phone: 020 7247 1816
Fax: 020 7377 6082
Website: www.elevenspitalfields.com


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Forthcoming Exhibitions

HEAD TO HEAD
Celia Scott
4th May - 29th June 2012

Private View 3rd May 2012 - 18.30 to 20.30

Celia Scott has worked all her life as an architect, and when she designed her studio she made it in a minimalist modern style. That was clearly her preference. So how has it come about that, being instinctively a modernist, she has produced all these portrait busts?

It happened almost by accident, and the story is told in her book: Celia Scott, (Black Dog 2008)

This problem brings us back to representation, and while the world is full of natural beauty, it also contains ugliness and evil. The problem centres on the human being, and that is no doubt why Francis Bacon believed that portraiture is the highest form of art. For the sculptor, this leads directly to the portrait bust.

The portrait bust is based on the idea of a likeness, but the issue is more complicated than that. The head, which stands for the human being, becomes a bust, a thing in itself. It acquires a presence, a life of its own. Alex Potts has said:

When a sculpture displayed in a gallery does somehow seem compelling, our attention is sustained by an inte... [ Read all ]


Previous Exhibitions

DRAWING (ON) RIVERSIDE
Patricia Cain
9th March - 27th April 2012

SNAP
Miyako Narita
13th January - 24th February 2012

APPROACHING THE IN-BETWEEN
Nancy Cogswell & Laurence Noga - 04 Nov 2011 - 25 Nov 2011

IMMERSION - Drawing with Purpose
Simon Read - 9 Sept - 21 Oct 2011

CONCRETE [Béton Brut]
Peter Wylie - 08 Apr 2011 - 28 Apr 2011

DISPERSAL
Martin Richman - 04 Mar 2011 - 25 Mar 2011

INTO THE WORLD OF PALPABLE OBJECTS AND FRUITFUL DELIGHT
Fan Chon Hoo - 03 Feb 2011 - 26 Feb 2011

FIELD WORKS: PHOTOGRAPHS FROM EAST ANGLIA
Justin Partyka - Photomonth - 27 Nov 2010 - 18 Dec 2010

STATES OF RECOLLECTION
Jason Pietra & Annette Masterman - Photomonth
5th to 25th November 2010

URBAN WORKS
Ffiona Lewis - 8th to 30th October 2010

INNERSPACES
Marta Bakst - September 2010

DAMASCENE
Michael Stiff - July 2010

PROMENADE
David Jones - June 2010

'FROM WHERE I’M LOOKING MR LEKEUX'
Miranda Argyle, May 2010

CONSTRUCT
Esmond Bingham & John Christie, April 2010

PARADIGM SHIFTS
Carol Sharp -March 2010

FROM 50'S ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS TO RECENT PAINTINGS
David Rock - February 2010
... [ Read all ]


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Press Links

http://www.bdonline.co.uk/culture/damascene-drawings-by-michael-stiff/5001997.article

http://www.wallpaper.com/architecture/david-rock-exhibition-london/4275

http://www.bdonline.co.uk/story.asp?storycode=3158169


Location And Getting There

Eleven Spitalfields is opened Tuesdays to Sundays by appointment on 020 7247 1816.
For further information please contact the gallery: info@elevenspitalfields.com
www.elevenspitalfields.com


Map to access the gallery:
http://maps.google.co.uk/maps/ms?msa=0&msid=110440699330523879347.00047417db464bb663b66&iwloc=00047417dedf567cfeb11&gl=uk&ved=0CJUBEJwFMAM&sa=X&ei=lVdETLHeNYS5jAeCvuXpDw&sig2=5


Contact-Directors/Staff

Chris and Sarah Dyson
Gallery Owners

Anita Lawlor
Gallery Co-ordinator


Opening Times

Tuesdays to Sundays - by appointment on 020 7247 1816.