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Stockwell Depot 1967-79 (Exhibition)

Stockwell Depot 1967-79 (Exhibition)

Waterworth, David (2015) Stockwell Depot 1967-79 (Exhibition). [Show/Exhibition]

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Image (JPEG) (Exhibition documentation: Installation, Stephen Lawrence Gallery, upper level. Works featured: Peter Hide "Beryl" 1974 (in foreground); Katherine Gili "Shift" 1974 (left); Fred Pollock "Honeydripper" 1977. Photo: Hana Vojackova)
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Image (JPEG) (Exhibition documentation: reconstruction of Roland Brener installation "Deep Space", original version -1970. Photo: Hana Vojackova)
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Image (JPEG) (Exhibition documentation: installation shot, lower level, Stephen Lawrence Gallery. Works featured: Stephenie Bergman untitled painting 1970; Peter Hide "Tower" 1970. Photo: Hana Vojackova)
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Image (JPEG) (Exhibition Documentation, Project Space(l-r): Douglas Abercrombie “Coch-y-Bondu” 1977; Anthony Smart “Stirrup”; Mali Morris “Party” 1978; Katherine Gili “Rise” 1979; Paul Tonkin “Something” 1976-77; Richard James, Untitled, 1970. Photo: Hana Vojackova)
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Image (JPEG) (Exhibition Documentation: Heritage Gallery (l-r): David Evison, Untitled, 1974; Gary Wragg "Salmon Pink Interior" 1968; Jennifer Durrant "No.1" 1976. Photo Hana Vojackova)
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Held across three University of Greenwich gallery spaces, this ACE and Paul Mellon Centre supported exhibition is a survey of Stockwell Depot, a pioneering London artists' studio collective established in 1967. The exhibition concentrates on the initial 12 years, during which the studios held yearly exhibitions and developed an international reputation as a centre for abstract art. In addition, the Depot was an early and influential model of artists occupying former industrial premises, cited in subsequent initiatives, including the SPACE occupation of St Katherine’s Dock in 1968 and Greenwich Artists Studios Association. The exhibition aims to place the debates around art and studio practice that emerged from the Depot in a historical context and explore the resonance of that legacy today.

Item Type: Show/Exhibition
Uncontrolled Keywords: British art, Studio practice, Abstract sculpture, Abstract painting
Subjects: N Fine Arts > NX Arts in general
Faculty / Department / Research Group: Faculty of Liberal Arts & Sciences
Faculty of Liberal Arts & Sciences > School of Design (DSC)
Last Modified: 16 Apr 2020 17:33
Selected for GREAT 2016: None
Selected for GREAT 2017: GREAT a
Selected for GREAT 2018: None
Selected for GREAT 2019: None
Selected for REF2021: REF 1

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