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<I>Installation View at Jerwood Space.</I> Commissioned by Jerwood Charitable Foundation. Photo: Anna Arca

Survey

2 February - 30 March 2019

Chris Alton / Simeon Barclay / Hazel Brill / Flo Brooks / Emma Cousin / Joe Fletcher Orr / Thomas Goddard / Ashley Holmes / Lindsey Mendick / Nicole Morris / Milly Peck / Anna Raczynski / Will Sheridan Jr / Rae-Yen Song / Frank Wasser

g39 is pleased to host Survey, an exhibition presenting new works by 15 early-career artists from across the UK. Initiated by the Jerwood Arts it is their largest review of contemporary visual art practice in 12 years of programming. Survey takes a non-institutional approach to selection with 35 mid-career artists nominating the most promising new artists working today.

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News

14 January 2019
With Jack Burton and Paula Morrison as well as Chris Alton and Spit and Sawdust recent exhibitor Tom Smith, and loads more artists - New contemporaries runs to the 24th February 2019
South London Gallery, SE5 8UH London
22 July 2018
The shortlist for Artes Mundi 8 brings together ANNA BOGHIGUIAN (CANADA/EGYPT) BOUCHRA KHALILI (MOROCCO/FRANCE) OTOBONG NKANGA (NIGERIA) TREVOR PAGLEN (USA) APICHATPONG WEERASETHAKUL (THAILAND)
19 June 2018
We're looking forward to Venice this year, supporting the mentoring programme for Sean Edwards curated by Marie-Anne McQuay - a brilliant combination joining an exciting line-up including Charlotte Prodger for Scotland, Cathy Wilkes for the British Pavilion, Eva Rothschild for Ireland and Laure Prouvost for France.


Calendr /
Calendar 2019

Tymor Y Gwanwyn / Spring Season

Chwefror /
February

01
Survey
Lansiad / Preview: 01/02/19
Agor / Open: 02/02/19 Ė 30/03/19
02
Clwb Brecwast/ Breakfast Club
10.00-12.00
07
Sgwrs / Talk: Rae-Yen Song
18.00-20.00
09
Clwb Cawl / Soup Group
12.00-14.00
16
Clwb Brecwast/ Breakfast Club
10.00-12.00
22
Sgwrs / Talk: Chris Alton
18.00-20.00
23
Clwb Cawl / Soup Group
12.00-14.00
28
Sesiynau Un-I-Un / One-to-One Sessions
Mae'n hanfodol archebu lle ymlaen llaw /
Booking Essential

Mawrth /
March

01
Dydd Gŵyl Dewi / St Davidís Day
ar gau / closed
02
Clwb Brecwast / Breakfast Club
10.00-12.00
07
Sgwrs / Talk: Alia Syed
18.00-20.00
09
Clwb Cawl / Soup Group
12.00-14.00
16
Clwb Brecwast/ Breakfast Club
10.00-12.00
22
Sgwrs / Talk: Abigail Reynolds
18.00-20.00
23
Clwb Cawl / Soup Group
12.00-14.00
30
Sesiynau Un-I-Un / One-to-One Sessions
Mae'n hanfodol archebu lle ymlaen llaw /
Booking Essential


COMING SOON ////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////

Talk: Rae-Yen Song

Thursday 7th February, 6-8pm

Rae-Yen Song is a multi-disciplinary artist who draws on her Chinese and Scottish cultural identities, processing them through drawing and making, to abstract and expand upon their meanings and visual qualities and offer alternative perspectives on social realities. This creates a unique cultural language that is of both cultures, but belongs to neither.

Talk: Chris Alton

Friday 22nd February, 6-8pm

Chris Alton is an artist and curator. His work addresses the interconnected nature of prevailing social, political, economic and environmental conditions. The result is a diverse range of strategies, from deploying disco music in opposition to fascism, to proposing art schools be built over golf courses. His talk marks the addition to the Warp Library of Chrisís Swarthmore lecture in 2018 Changing Ourselves, Changing the World.

Talk: Alia Syed

Thursday 7th March, 6-8pm

Alia Syed was born in Swansea, Wales and lives between London and Glasgow. She has been making experimental films in Britain for over 25 years. Syedís films have been shown at numerous institutions around the world including BBC Arts Online (currently), Museo National Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, Madrid (2009); XV Sydney Biennale (2006); Hayward Gallery, London (2005); Tate Britain, London (2003). Syedís films have also been the subject of several solo exhibitions at Talwar Gallery in New York and New Delhi.

Talk: Abigail Reynolds

Friday 22nd March, 6-8pm

Abigail Reynolds lives in St Just, Cornwall, and has a studio at Porthmeor in St Ives. She studied English Literature at St Catherine's College Oxford University. Her interest in books & libraries prompts her collages and sculpture which are often composed of found photographs spliced to create fresh narratives. In March 2016 she was awarded the BMW Art Journey prize to travel to lost libraries along the Silk Road.

Breakfast Club and Soup Group

Regularly most Saturdays (see calendar for details)

Informal chat over breakfast, tea and coffee, Breakfast Club is a way of meeting people in the visual arts community and catching up on what's going on. For winter we are introducing Soup Group, an informal art chat over a house-soup. Free, everyone welcome.

g39 Fellowship - ONE

Starting: 1st April 2019

The g39 Fellowship is a new initiative that fosters, extends and reinforces a peer group of artists over a five-year programme. It forms part of the Freelands Artist Programme alongside equivalent initiatives organised by PS2 (Paragon Studios/Project Space) in Belfast, Site Gallery in Sheffield and Talbot Rice Gallery at the University of Edinburgh.