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Reflections on Stockwell Depot

Reflections on Stockwell Depot

Waterworth, David (2015) Reflections on Stockwell Depot. In: Waterworth, David, Cornish, Sam and Green, Louisa, (eds.) Stockwell Depot 1967-79. Ridinghouse, London, pp. 154-160. ISBN 978-1909932050

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The following text combines selected extracts from interviews held separately between 2013-14 with ten of the artists associated with Stockwell Depot. This selection addresses core issues associated with the Depot during 1967-79, a period in which each of these artists had an active involvement. David Evison, Gerard Hemsworth and Peter Hide helped to set up the studios in 1967; John Mclean moved into an area managed by Evison by 1970; Jennifer Durrant, Katherine Gili and Anthony Smart all first sublet from Hide in the early 1970s; and Mark Skilton arrived later in that decade. From 1975-79 the annual Stockwell Depot exhibitions regularly included a number of artists, including Alan Gouk and Paul Tonkin, who did not have studio spaces in the building.

Item Type: Book Section
Additional Information: Chapter on Stockwell Depot
Uncontrolled Keywords: Sculpture, Studio-practice
Subjects: N Fine Arts > NB Sculpture
Faculty / School / Research Centre / Research Group: Faculty of Liberal Arts & Sciences
Faculty of Liberal Arts & Sciences > School of Design (DES)
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