Time Out says
Posted: Tue Sep 25 2012
Launched in September 2007, this converted nineteenth-century Methodist chapel – a remarkable neoclassical building – holds three site-specific shows a year, enabling artists to create experimental new work and curators to build exhibitions around the Zabludowicz Collection of global emerging art in all media. One of the leading lights of the under-sized North London arts scene, 176 also houses a library and a suitably arty café serving tea, coffee, cakes and sandwiches during gallery hours.
Zabludowicz Collection 176 Prince of Wales Rd
What's on at Zabludowicz Collection
The Zabludowicz Collection presents four concurrent solo shows by Adriano Costa, Sam Falls, Samara Scott and Michael E. Smith. Each will show new works as well as pieces from the collection in individual spaces within the former Methodist Chapel.
Works by the artist who frequently works with found objects of an abject nature such as crushed plastic containers, tarred bird feathers, deconstructed computer casing and resin-encrusted clothes.
Film and video, Contemporary art, Installation, Performance art
The LA-based artist brings the carnivalesque escapades of his absurd characters to London for the first time this autumn. Working with long-time collaborator Lizzie Fitch, ‘Priority Innfield’, which was originally shown at the 55th Venice Biennale, takes...
Sculpture, Painting, Photography
The time-based nature of photography is the core of Sam Falls' practice, which he expands into sculpture, painting and video. The centre-pieces of his exhibition are large-scale sculptures in copper, marble and coloured aluminium.
Tarkovsky described film as a mosaic of ‘fixed time’, and for him, while making this, time was running out fast (he died from cancer shortly after winning the Cannes Grand Prix for it). The result was a film unrivalled in the history of cinema in the...
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