Camden Arts Centre
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Fri Nov 30 2012
Constructed as the Hampstead Central Library, the Grade II listed building became the home of Camden Arts Centre in 1965. Initially providing the local community with arts and crafts classes, you're now more likely to encounter a survey exhibition of Internationally renowned artists whilst still being able to appreciate emerging talent through the residencies and artists' projects. The likes of Gordon Matta-Clark, Doris Salcedo, Bas Jan Ader, Eva Hesse, Christopher Wool, Chantal Akerman, Nathalie Djurberg , Haroon Mirza, William Hunt and Runa Islam have all shown work in one form or another. At the helm is Jenni Lomax OBE, who over the last two decades has created a roster of thought provoking shows as well as bring the building into the 21st century with a refurbishment by Tony Fretton Architects in 2004.
Camden Arts Centre Arkwright Rd
What's on at Camden Arts Centre
One of America's least compromising artists will finally have a solo show in London, bringing her truly cutting-edge, politically-charged paper silhouettes, on the themes of historical slavery and the ill of white supremacy, to emancipate our souls.
Sculpture, Contemporary art
Electrical currents light up the gallery in Canell's lo-fi, experimental sculptures. Light, sound and electricity all collide to create works that feel full of invisible forces.
Painting, Contemporary art
German painter Otto-Knapp trades in ghostly, romantic-inspired landscapes, filled with barely visible figures in washed-out, twilit worlds. It's a subtle, painterly set of works she'll be exhibiting here.