The latest in their off-site exhibitions with It’s Been Four Years Since 2010 by Mexico City’s Preteen Gallery is running in London’s Arcadia Missa, opening June 13 and running to July 19.
Curated by the infamous Gerardo Contreras of PRETEEN, the group show features the work of artists such as Luis Miguel Bendaña, Petra Cortright, Phoebe Collings-James, Donna Huanca and Genesis P. Orridge among others, as well as a a performance by o F F Love and Leslie Kulesh for the opening.
Meanwhile, the exhibition title points to the time both the Mexico and London galleries have been running as they move toward the tricky five year mark of an independent gallery’s typical life-span, as explored by Arcadia Missa co-owner Rózsa Farkas in her aptly titled essay ‘Five Years’ in last year’s Appendix publication. Here’s to being the exception.
See the Arcadia Missa exhibition page for details **
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