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
Nine artists delve into what and who makes a city. This touring exhibition takes works from two private collections, arriving in London after it’s San Francisco incarnation as ‘City of Disappearances’ at CCA Wattis. Split into three sections that feature...
Film and video, Installation, Performance art, Contemporary 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...
A further exploration of the relationship between the image and the object, from the Birmingham-based artist whose recent works have included Tick, Tack, Tick, Tack, Tick at the David Gale Gallery in Glasgow in 2012, and Birth Springs, Death Falls at...
Film and video, Installation, Sculpture
An array of projections by the New York-based artist will immerse the front gallery into a technologically charged setting.