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House of Voltaire
House of Voltaire takes the form of a temporary shop selling a diverse selection of works, limited editions and original pieces by leading contemporary artists and designers in support of Studio Voltaire
1a Nelson's Row, London SW4 7JR
+44 (0)20 7622 1294
info (at) studiovoltaire.org
Registered Charity No: 1082221
Registered Company No: 3426509
Registered Address: As above
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Studio Voltaire is pleased to announce its participation in SUNDAY Art Fair (17 - 20 October 2013) with a special two-person presentation by Anthea Hamilton and Ella Kruglyanskaya. Both artists will be creating new works especially for the presentation.
Studio Voltaire is delighted to confirm the return of Allied Editions to Frieze Art Fair 2013 (17 - 20 October 2013). We will be joining forces with Camden Arts Centre, Chisenhale Gallery, Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA), Serpentine Gallery, South London Gallery and the Whitechapel Gallery in presenting a unique range of limited-edition artworks, comprising editions and multiples by renowned British and international artists. Studio Voltaire will be launching two new artist’s editions from Judith Bernstein and Caragh Thuring.
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.