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Project Lalo London running Mar 5 – 8

4 March 2014

The UK edition of international exchange between LA and London, Project Lalo is running across five venues, from March 5 to 8.

Featuring art and artists at IJV, Transition Gallery, studio 1.1, Campbell Works and Project/Number, with Kim Schoen, The Black Dogs, Michelle Chong and Roni Feldman among them, spaces from the two cities have been paired off to host a cross-section of work from both.

See the Campbell Works website for details. **

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Transition: Here to Stay

5 June 2011

In the game of art, it would be more than a cliché to say that many are called but few are chosen. That is, artists who sit in their studios churning out works – no matter how exceptional – and waiting for curators and gallery directors to come knocking are likely to wait a while… sometimes a lifetime. That is perhaps why there is a long tradition of artist-run spaces in London. Why wait when you can take matters in your own hands?

one of Adam Dix's works @ Exam

Transition gallery is the brainchild of painter Cathy Lomax who transformed the unit 25a of the Regent Studios, off Andrews Road in Hackney, into a flexible display space. Since its inception in 2002, Transition Gallery has expanded to spawn Transition Editions which now publishes the occasional book as well as three regular magazines: Arty, Garageland and The Critical Friend and a few “Tranzines” (i.e. Transition-fanzines). As if this was not a sufficient demonstration of business acumen via diversification, there is now a “Transition shop” to cater to all your arty needs, whether you’re looking for a unique art work, a limited edition or just a badge.

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