Tuesday – Saturday, 12 – 6pm
Notes on Neo-Camp
Curated by Chris Sharp
7 June – 20 July 2013
Preview 6 June, 6.30 – 8.30
House of Voltaire
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House of Voltaire will be making an appearance at The Art Car Boot Fair alongside The Binnie Sisters, Billy Childish, Bob and Roberta Smith, St John Restaurant and many others more. Join us at this special one day event on 9 June 2013 at Brick Lane Yard, E1. www.artcarbootfair.com
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We are delighted to announce How to work together - a major new collaboration by three leading not-for-profit galleries in London: Chisenhale Gallery, The Showroom and Studio Voltaire. Over the next three years we will invite a broad range of artists, writers and thinkers to respond to the question of How to work together? Visit www.howtoworktogether.org for further information.
Studio Voltaire is pleased to announce a new limited edition print by Sanya Kantarovsky to coincide with our current exhibition Notes on Neo Camp. Priced at only £50! More details here.
We would like to congratulate Hayley Tompkins who is exhibiting as part of Scotland + Venice 2013 at this year’s Venice Biennale. Tompkins will be showing work alongside Corin Sworn and Duncan Campbell in a presentation curated by The Common Guild. Hayley Tompkin’s commission Currents for Studio Voltaire can be viewed here. Joe Scotland (Director, Studio Voltaire) has contributed an interview with Tompkins for the catalogue.
Congratulations to Phyllida Barlow, Henrik Olesen and Cathy Wilkes who are participating in Massimiliano Gioni's The Encyclopedic Palace, the 55th International Art Exhibition at this years Venice Biennale. All three are former Studio Voltaire commissions, their exhibitions can be viewed here.
About Studio Voltaire
Studio Voltaire is a leading independent contemporary arts organisation that exists to support artistic practices and create a space for thinking, experimentation and reflection; its main activities are the provision of affordable studios, a renowned programme of exhibitions, performances and commissions, and a pioneering education programme.
Together, these strands of activity provide a special synergy and environment for the production, display and dissemination of contemporary art. Through these contingent parts, we provide multiple entry-points for audiences through a diversity of practices and programming, fostering critical engagement with contemporary culture. We place the artist at the centre of everything we do: providing opportunities to produce work in an open and discursive environment and allowing a closer relationship between the artist, production of work and the audience.