Chisenhale Gallery

Chisenhale Gallery Chisenhale Gallery is one of London’s most innovative galleries for contemporary visual art. On Saturday 26 September we will reopen with a new commission by Thao Nguyen Phan.
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Please book your ticket here: https://bit.ly/3j1YmLz Chisenhale Gallery was founded by artists. The same experimental vision and spirit of possibility that changed an empty veneer factory and brewery warehouse into an art gallery guides our work today. We commission and produce contemporary art, supporting international and UK-based artists to make their most ambitious work to date by pursuing new directions in their practices. We are committed to our audiences having access to the energy and ideas of an ever-expanding artist community. Chisenhale Gallery has an award winning, 38-year history as one of London’s most innovative forums for art. With a reputation for identifying new artistic talent, we believe in making cultural impact through working with artists and learning from our neighbours. We develop ideas with artists over a one- to two-year incubation period, from concept to completion. Located in a dynamic and creative residential neighbourhood in the heart of London’s East End, where many cultures converge, Chisenhale Gallery is an evolving space for experimentation, transformed by each artist’s commission. This building is home to Chisenhale Gallery and our colleagues Chisenhale Dance Space and Chisenhale Studios. Early exhibitions at Chisenhale Gallery included solo presentations by Chisenhale Studios artists and influential group shows including Yellow Peril: New World Asians and Essential Black Art, which featured artists Rasheed Araeen, Sonia Boyce and Mona Hatoum, among others. In the 1990s, the gallery produced the first solo exhibitions in the UK with Lubaina Himid, Rachel Whiteread, Cornelia Parker, and Wolfgang Tillmans. The gallery has commissioned major new works by artists including Faisal Abdu’Allah and David Adjaye, Anthea Hamilton, Hito Steyerl, Lynette Yiadom-Boakye, Ed Atkins, Helen Marten, and Camille Henrot. Most recently, Lawrence Abu Hamdan, Ima-Abasi Okon and Imran Perretta have all produced critically acclaimed commissions with Chisenhale Gallery. Building on this rich and varied history, we continue to place artists at the centre of our activities. The 2020-21 programme comprises exciting exhibitions by Thao Nguyen Phan, Yu Ji, Abbas Akhavan and Rindon Johnson. Working with video, sculpture, painting and installation, the artists individually address urgent issues related to our natural and built environments, as well as changing political climates. We care about sustaining relationships with fellow community-based organisations. As our locality’s needs change, we look to develop ongoing projects and collaborations accordingly. Working in partnership with schools and community groups across Tower Hamlets and Hackney, we aim to uncover inspiring connections to everyday life through art. Chisenhale Gallery is a registered charity, part of Arts Council England’s National Portfolio. We fundraise for 100% of the artistic programme through trusts, foundations and individuals. You can support Chisenhale Gallery by making a donation. Please visit the Support page to find out about ways you can contribute to Chisenhale Gallery. All of our exhibitions are free. For more information about our current and future programme, please visit our Commissions page. To find out about our past programme, please visit our Archive. http://www.chisenhale.org.uk By Tube: Mile End / Bethnal Green By Bus: 8, D6, 277, 339. 425 By Car: Pay and Display on adjacent roads Admission free Wheelchair accessible

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Chisenhale Gallery's cover photo
24/09/2020

Chisenhale Gallery's cover photo

This Saturday we open our doors again, from 12 - 6pm, with a new commission by Thao Nguyen Phan. The exhibition includes...
24/09/2020

This Saturday we open our doors again, from 12 - 6pm, with a new commission by Thao Nguyen Phan. The exhibition includes a series of watercolour on silk paintings and a single channel film, 'Becoming Alluvium', which is screened every 20 minutes from 12pm. The last screening of the day starts at 5:40pm.⠀

'Becoming Alluvium' is produced and commissioned by Han Nefkens Foundation in collaboration with Joan Miró Foundation in Barcelona, WIELS Contemporary Art Centre in Brussels and Chisenhale Gallery.⠀

Book your free place here 👉 https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/thao-nguyen-phan-at-chisenhale-gallery-tickets-119907321025

In light of increasing concerns relating to COVID-19, and in order to protect our staff, artists and visitors, Chisenhal...
17/03/2020

In light of increasing concerns relating to COVID-19, and in order to protect our staff, artists and visitors, Chisenhale Gallery is now temporarily closed to the public until further notice. ⁠⠀
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Visit our website for information on our recent exhibition by Imran Perretta, including an interview with Imran and a reading list of related books, texts and films. ⁠⠀
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Also available on the 'Watch, Read, Listen' section of our website is a growing archive on recorded talks and events, Chisenhale Interviews and Reading Lists from past exhibitions. ⁠⠀
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We will continue to monitor the situation based on information from health officials. If you live in our local area, please visit the Roman Road Trust page for information on how to support each other during this time: www.facebook.com/romanroadtrust⁠⠀
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To all of our communities, both local and international, stay safe and look after each other.

We have compiled a reading list of texts, books and audio/video material in collaboration with Imran Perretta to accompa...
23/02/2020

We have compiled a reading list of texts, books and audio/video material in collaboration with Imran Perretta to accompany his exhibition 'the destructors' at Chisenhale Gallery.⁠

This week's pick is ⁠Graham Greene's book 'Twenty-One Stories' (1954), featuring the short story ‘the destructors,’ which inspired Imran’s exhibition.⁠

“They’d never know. We’d do it from inside. I’ve found a way in.” He said with a sort of intensity, “We’d be like worms, don’t you see, in an apple. When we came out again there’d be nothing there, no staircase, no panels, nothing but just walls, and then we’d make the walls fall down—somehow.” - Graham Greene, The Destructors.⁠

The reading list expands on ideas raised through Imran's exhibition and is available in the exhibition handout and to download from our website, link in the bio ☝🏾

Imran Perretta in Conversation with Jemma Desai
18/02/2020

Imran Perretta in Conversation with Jemma Desai

17/02/2020
the destructors | Imran Perretta, 2019 (TRAILER)

🚨 🚨 🚨Dont miss!! 🚨 🚨 🚨

Imran Perretta's new Chisenhale Gallery solo commission, 'the destructors,' open Wednesday - Sunday, 12- 6pm.

https://vimeo.com/360562795

An online trailer for Imran Perretta’s new film commission and exhibition, 'the destructors', produced by Spike Island, Bristol and Chisenhale Gallery,…

From the Chisenhale Gallery Archive⁠: ⁠Lydia Ourahmane's 2018 commission, 'The you in us'.⁠Comprising installation, scul...
04/02/2020
Youssef Ourahmane responds to Lydia Ourahmane's exhibition

From the Chisenhale Gallery Archive⁠: ⁠Lydia Ourahmane's 2018 commission, 'The you in us'.⁠

Comprising installation, sculpture and sound, 'The you in us' was informed by personal encounters, raising questions surrounding systems of exchange and dissemination.⁠

Through her work, Ourahmane raises complex questions concerning the effects of geographic borders on bodies and how systems of governance influence everyday experience, themes which recurred throughout Chisenhale Gallery’s programme for 2018.⁠

You can now listen back to Youssef Ourahmane, Ourahmane’s father responding to the exhibition, expanding on the narrative behind Ourahmane’s work, 'In the Absence of our Mothers' (2015-18), part of Ourahmane’s Chisenhale Gallery commission.

To find out more about Ourahmane's Chisenhale commission, and to access archive material such as audio recordings of talks and events, please visit our website.⁠

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Image: Mark Blower

Youssef Ourahmane responds to Lydia Ourahmane’s exhibition, expanding on the narrative behind Ourahmane’s new work, In the Absence of our Mothers (2015-18), part of her new Chisenhale Gallery commissi

Photos from the opening of Ima-Abasi Okon's exhibition: ‘Infinite Slippage: nonRepugnant Insolvencies T!-a!-r!-r!-y!-i!-...
01/02/2020

Photos from the opening of Ima-Abasi Okon's exhibition: ‘Infinite Slippage: nonRepugnant Insolvencies T!-a!-r!-r!-y!-i!-n!-g! as Hand Claps of M’s Hard’Loved’Flesh [I’M irreducibly-undone because] —Quantum Leanage-Complex-Dub’, on Thursday 27th of June.
The exhibition ran from the 28th of June till the 1st of September 2019. Photos: Mark Blower

Photos from the opening of Ima-Abasi Okon's exhibition: ‘Infinite Slippage: nonRepugnant Insolvencies T!-a!-r!-r!-y!-i!-n!-g! as Hand Claps of M’s Hard’Loved’Flesh [I’M irreducibly-undone because] —Quantum Leanage-Complex-Dub’, on Thursday 27th of June.
The exhibition ran from the 28th of June till the 1st of September 2019. Photos: Mark Blower

Image: Imran Perretta's 'the destructors' opening 2020. Photo: Mark Blower
25/01/2020

Image: Imran Perretta's 'the destructors' opening 2020. Photo: Mark Blower

Thank you to everyone who joined us for the opening of Imran Perretta’s exhibition ‘the destructors’. The exhibition continues Wednesday - Sunday, 12 - 6pm.

Images: Imran Perretta's 'the destructors' opening 2020. Photos: Mark Blower ⁠💫💫💫⁠

Chisenhale Gallery's cover photo
09/12/2019

Chisenhale Gallery's cover photo

🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥 ⁠⠀⁠⠀It is the final day of Sidsel Meineche Hansen's exhibition 'Welcome to End-Used City.' ⁠⠀⁠⠀We...
08/12/2019

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It is the final day of Sidsel Meineche Hansen's exhibition 'Welcome to End-Used City.' ⁠⠀
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We are open today from 12pm - 6pm ⁠⠀
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Our flash sale has ended but discounts on our editions continue. For the countdown to Christmas we are highlighting 12 l...
07/12/2019

Our flash sale has ended but discounts on our editions continue. For the countdown to Christmas we are highlighting 12 limited editions not to miss 🎄🎄🎄🎄🎄🎄⁠⠀
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The first three works selected in our countdown are
Ed Fornieles, ‘Let’s Be Cops’ (2014)⁠
Eddie Peake, ‘Opinel Hoard Shadow’ (2017)
Hannah Black, ‘Untitled’ (2017)

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To view and purchase editions please visit https://chisenhale.org.uk/editions/⠀
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Last orders for Christmas:⁠⠀
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UK delivery: order by Sunday 15 December⁠⠀
International delivery: order by Friday 6 December⁠⠀
Collection until Wednesday 18 December

ChisenhaleHz 12 Nov 2019
07/12/2019

ChisenhaleHz 12 Nov 2019

From the Chisenhale Gallery Archive: Nick Relph’s 2013 exhibition ‘Tomorrow There is No Recording’⁠⠀⁠⠀For his first majo...
01/12/2019

From the Chisenhale Gallery Archive: Nick Relph’s 2013 exhibition ‘Tomorrow There is No Recording’⁠⠀
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For his first major solo exhibition in a public institution, Nick presented a series of weaves ⁠using materials including polyester, rayon, silk monofilament, latex and paper. His interest in handmade, woven textiles stems from an appreciation of the labour involved in their production, and the value that resonance out of constructed fabrics within our digitally-oriented culture. ⁠⠀
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See Nick Relph's new exhibition ‘what is to be done?’ which recently opened at the Consortium Museum, Dijon, and continues until 1 March 2020⁠.⁠⠀
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Image: Nick Relph, 'Tomorrow There Is No Recording', 2013. Installation view. Commissioned by Chisenhale Gallery. Photo: Andy Keate.

'Public Sculpture (Everything is personal Data)' (2019)⁠by Sidsel Meineche Hansen is a 3D-printed head, cast in bronze, ...
24/11/2019

'Public Sculpture (Everything is personal Data)' (2019)⁠
by Sidsel Meineche Hansen is a 3D-printed head, cast in bronze, and features in Sidsel's exhibition current exhibition 'Welcome to End-Used City'. ⁠

Placed adjacent to the new interactive animation "End-Used City' (2019), the decapitated head mirrors the figure shown in the video which can be played using a game controller. At the end of all 3 video works, using the right-hand joystick viewers are able to momentarily control the drone and behead the animated figure.⁠

"The character is cast to look like a ‘virtual leviathan’, which references the engraved frontispiece of philosopher Thomas Hobbes’ book Leviathan [ ...] Contrary to Hobbes’ theory perhaps, I have been thinking about products such as Palantir Gotham; Harmony (which is operated by Android) and the end-user licence agreement that comes with them, as a corporate ‘social contact’ between user and providers." - Sidsel Meineche Hansen interviewed by Ellen Greig, Chisenhale Interviews, 2019.⁠

Sidsel's exhibition continues until 8 December⁠. To find out more please visit our website, link in bio 👆⁠⠀⁠⠀⁠
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Image: Sidsel Meineche Hansen, 'Welcome to End-Used City'. Commissioned and produced by Chisenhale Gallery, London. Photo: Andy Keate.⁠⠀⁠
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#WelcometoEndUsedCity #PublicSculptureEverythingisPersonalData #EndUsedCity #ChisenhaleGallery #ChisenhaleInterviews

Chisenhale Gallery’s 10% Christmas Discount on selected limited editions continues.⁠⁠Our edition of the week is Patrick ...
23/11/2019

Chisenhale Gallery’s 10% Christmas Discount on selected limited editions continues.⁠

Our edition of the week is Patrick Staff’s ‘It’s Soaking’ (2015) which was produced to accompany their Chisenhale Gallery exhibition and major film installation ‘The Foundation’ (2015).⁠

‘It’s Soaking’ is a C-type photograph of a production still taken during the final scene of the film mounted on rubber-backed felt underlay.⁠

Limited editions make great Christmas presents and all sales directly contribute to Chisenhale’s programme, supporting the next generation of pioneering artists.⁠

To buy the edition visit https://chisenhale.org.uk/editions/⁠

You can see Patrick’s solo exhibition ‘On Venus’ at Serpentine Sackler Gallery until 9 February 2020.⁠

#ChisenhaleEditions #LimitedEditions #ArtistEditions #SupportArt #BuyArt #ChristmasSale #ChristmasDiscount⁠ #ChisenhaleGallery #PatrickStaff #SerpentineGallery

💥💥💥💥💥 Join us next Tuesday 19 November, 6.30pm, at Genesis Cinema for 'What System', a programme of artist film devised ...
16/11/2019

💥💥💥💥💥 Join us next Tuesday 19 November, 6.30pm, at Genesis Cinema for 'What System', a programme of artist film devised by Kari Rittenbach in response to Sidsel Meineche Hansen's current exhibition 'Welcome to End-Used City.' ⁠

Highlighted here are stills from the films of Peggy Ahwesh, Stewart Uoo, and Nina Könnemann, who are joined in the programme by Lutz Bacher, Julia Scher, Kevin Jerome Everson, X-PRZ, Jason Simon and Georgie Nettell 💥💥💥💥💥💥💥⁠

Images from 1 -3: ⁠
1: ‘The Third Body’ (2007), Peggy Ahwesh. Courtesy the artist and Electronic Arts Intermix (EAI), New York.⁠

2: ‘Confessions (9Women)’ (2012), Stewart Uoo. Courtesy the artist and 47 Canal, New York⁠

3: 'Pleasure Beach' (2001), Nina Könnemann. Courtesy the artist and House of Gaga, Mexico City⁠

#ChisenhaleGallery #GenesisCinema #artistfilm #independentcinema #peggyahwesh #stewartuoo #ninakonnemann #lutzbacher #juliascher #kevinjeromeeverson #XPRZ #jasonsimon #GeorgieNettell #karirittenbach #sidselmeinechehansen

Join us at Genesis Cinema next Tuesday 19 November, 6:30 pm, for 'What System,' a film programme devised by writer and c...
13/11/2019

Join us at Genesis Cinema next Tuesday 19 November, 6:30 pm, for 'What System,' a film programme devised by writer and curator Kari Rittenbach🔥🔥🔥⁠

Exploring ideas of urbanism and ‘terms of use’ in Sidsel Meineche Hansen’s current exhibition 'Welcome to End-Used City', the programme features films by Lutz Bacher, Julia Scher, Kevin Jerome Everson, X-PRZ, Nina Könnemann, Jason Simon, Peggy Ahwesh, Stewart Uoo and Georgie Nettell 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥⁠

For more details and tickets, visit the Genesis website: www.genesis.co.uk

⁠Image Credit: X-PRZ, No Sell Out, (Film still) 1995. Courtesy Electronic Arts Intermix (EAI), New York.

We have compiled a reading list of texts, books and audio/video material in collaboration with artist Sidsel Meineche Ha...
10/11/2019

We have compiled a reading list of texts, books and audio/video material in collaboration with artist Sidsel Meineche Hansen to accompany her current exhibition at Chisenhale Gallery.⁠ ⁠⠀
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This week's pick is 'Crusher-P' by Obey featured in the soundtrack to Sidsel's new video 'End-Used City'. ⁠⠀
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Using a game controller, audiences can select and view three short videos, embedded in the eyes of an animated figure. Set in London, in a dystopian near future, the videos explore different modes of surveillance, from a resident caretaker to behavioural tracking software 🎮🎮🎮🎮⁠⠀
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The reading list expands on ideas raised through Sidsel Meinehce Hansen's exhibition and is available in the exhibition handout and to download from our website, link in bio.⁠⠀

#SidselMeinecheHansen #ChisenhaleGallery #ReadingList⁠ WelcometoEndUsedCity

Our Chisenhale Edition of the week is Cornelia Parker’s ‘Cold Dark Matter: An Exploded View. A work in progress’, 2016.C...
09/11/2019

Our Chisenhale Edition of the week is Cornelia Parker’s ‘Cold Dark Matter: An Exploded View. A work in progress’, 2016.

Cornelia’s Chisenhale Gallery commission ‘Cold Dark Matter: An Exploded View’, 1991, remains one of her most celebrated works to date. The installations consisted of a garden shed and its domestic contents suspended in the gallery space after being blown up.

The edition is a tryptic of black and white photographs, each showing a component of the work before it was installed in the gallery.

Edition of 60
£1,250

To purchase the edition please visit our online shop, link in bio. All sales directly contribute to our programme.

See Cornelia’s solo exhibition at Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney which opens today and runs until 16 February 2020.

#ChisenhaleGallery #CorneliaParker #LimitedEdition #ArtistEdition #SupportArt #BuyArt #CollectArt

Sidsel Meineche Hansen's exhibition 'Welcome to End-Used City' is open until 6pm today. ⁠⁠Also happening this evening, V...
03/11/2019

Sidsel Meineche Hansen's exhibition 'Welcome to End-Used City' is open until 6pm today. ⁠

Also happening this evening, Victoria Park's 'Giant Leap' Fireworks Display, 5.30 - 9pm. ⁠

💥⁠🚀💥⁠🚀⁠ ⁠ Organised by Tower Hamlets Arts, Parks and Events team, this year's display takes the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing as its theme.⁠ Set to music and soundscapes, the display includes special effects created by Walk the Plank – a leading pyrotechnical and outdoor theatre company ⁠💥⁠🚀💥⁠🚀⁠ ⁠

For more details, visit Tower Hamlets Events website. ⁠

Photo: Andy Keate⁠

#ChisenhaleGallery #SidselMeinecheHansen #WelcometoEndUsedCity #Towerhamlets #ChisenhaleLocal #VictoriaPark⁠ #Fireworks

🌟 New editions by Clare Woods 🌟⁠⁠‘The Overnighter’ (2019) and ‘The Unguest’ (2019) are two limited edition monotypes cre...
02/11/2019

🌟 New editions by Clare Woods 🌟⁠

‘The Overnighter’ (2019) and ‘The Unguest’ (2019) are two limited edition monotypes created by Chisenhale Alumnae Clare Woods.⁠

The editions are based on a photograph taken from Clare’s archive of a classic Venetian Murano glass chandelier. Each one is unique and handmade by the artist.⁠

To find out more, see the full portfolio of images and to purchase, visit our online shop. Link in bio. All sales directly contribute to our programme.⁠

🌟⁠🌟⁠🌟 ⁠Thank you to our edition production partners Worton Hall Studios 🌟⁠🌟⁠🌟⁠⁠

#ChisenhaleGallery #LimitedEdition #ClareWoods #ChisenhaleEditions #ArtistEditions #Monotype

Join us next Thursday, 7pm, for a tour of Sidsel Meineche Hansen’s new exhibition ‘Welcome to End-Used City’ with writer...
31/10/2019
First Thursday: David Bussel Tour of Sidsel Meineche Hansen’s Exhibition

Join us next Thursday, 7pm, for a tour of Sidsel Meineche Hansen’s new exhibition ‘Welcome to End-Used City’ with writer and curator David Bussel who will explore ideas of labour and surveillance in the work 🗣️

This event is free, but booking is recommended https://bit.ly/2WpwarH

Welcome to End-Used City is a new exhibition by Sidsel Meineche Hansen. The exhibition brings together new and existing works to further explore Meineche Hansen’s ongoing enquiry into virtual and robotic bodies and their relationship to human labour within the gaming, pornographic and tech-industries.

David Bussel is a writer and curator based in London.

This event is programmed in association with First Thursdays when galleries across east London stay open until 9pm on the First Thursday of each month. For more information on Meineche Hansen's exhibition and to view the full programme of events, please visit Chisenhale Gallery website: www.chisenhale.org.uk

Writer and curator David Bussel leads a tour of Sidsel Meineche Hansen’s new exhibition exploring ideas of labour and surveillance. Chisenhale Gallery presents Welcome to End-Used City, a new exhibition by Sidsel Meineche Hansen. The exhibition brings together new and existing works to further exp...

From the Chisenhale Gallery Archive⁠: 'Tower XYZ', a short film by Ayo Akingbade produced as part of 'Stop Play Record'....
30/10/2019

From the Chisenhale Gallery Archive⁠: 'Tower XYZ', a short film by Ayo Akingbade produced as part of 'Stop Play Record'. ⁠

'Tower XYZ' follows three characters as they wander through London's concrete jungle. Accompanied by a lilting soundtrack, an unknown female voice reflects on the current state of the city and her imagined future. ⁠

'Stop Play Record' was a three-year programme for young people aged 16 - 24 who were supported to produce new short films. It was a joint initiative between Arts Council England and Channel 4, with production partners the Institute of Contemporary Arts, Bloomberg New Contemporaries, Chisenhale Gallery, DAZED, Kingston University and SPACE.⁠

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Ayo's new film 'So They Say' will premiere as part of Create London's 'Activating Newham' project on Saturday 2 Nov. ⁠

To find out more about the Stop Play and Record programme, as well as Chisenhale Gallery Archive click the link 👉 https://bit.ly/34gHGbv

Our Chisenhale Edition of the week is Camille Henrot’s ‘Untitled’ 2016, created as part of our Archive Editions series. ...
26/10/2019

Our Chisenhale Edition of the week is Camille Henrot’s ‘Untitled’ 2016, created as part of our Archive Editions series. In 2014, Camille presented an ambitious new commission ‘The Pale Fox’, which occupied the entire gallery.

The edition builds on Camille’s interest in disordered states, examining the relationship between construction, destruction and reconstruction.

Edition of 45
£625

Only a few left! To purchase the edition please visit our online shop, link in bio 👆 All sales directly contribute to our programme.

See Camille’s solo exhibition ‘Stepping on a Serpent’, which includes her Chisenhale commission ‘The Pale Fox’, currently on view at Tokyo Opera City Art Gallery.

#ChisenhaleGallery #CamilleHenrot #LimitedEdition #ArtistEdition #SupportArt #BuyArt #CollectArt #ArchiveEdition

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