Scott King, Welcome to Saxnot
Until 11 February 2018
A major new exhibition by British artist Scott King (b. 1969, Goole) conjuring up a fantasy of Britain’s past, taking Butlin’s holiday camp as a template for a model society: implanting the ethos, planning, regimentation and fun of 1970s Butlin’s and from it building a model for a New Britain. This is the artist’s first solo institutional exhibition in London.Read More
Talk: Scott King in conversation with Jeremy Deller
Thursday 8 February 2018
The Horse Hospital
London, WC1N 1JD
Scott King is joined in conversation by longtime friend and collaborator Jeremy Deller for a special event marking the final week of King’s solo exhibition Welcome to Saxnot at Studio Voltaire. Tickets: £5. Booking essential.Book here
2 March–29 April 2018
Preview: Thursday 1 March 2018, 6.30–8.30pm
Alexandra Bircken presents a new site–specific sculptural intervention, taking the gallery’s vaulted ceiling as its central formal concern. This new work echoes the shell–like carcass of a boat with a deceptively simple gesture that capsizes the architecture of the gallery.Read More
David McDiarmid, Rainbow Aphorisms
November 2017–November 2018
Studio Voltaire presents David McDiarmid’s Rainbow Aphorisms, a series of public works shown intermittently across sites in Clapham and Brixton, in partnership with This is Clapham and Art on the Underground. Over the course of a year, artworks will appear at various locations including neighbouring LGBTQ+ venue Two Brewers, the façade of Studio Voltaire, Brixton Underground station, and other temporary locations.Read More
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