Working with Commercial Galleries; a talk by gallerist Ceri Hand 

11. Dec - 11. Dec 13 / ended Bermondsey Project Space



Talk | Multi-disciplinary | London

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Bermondsey Project warmly invites you to a talk by the gallerist Ceri Hand.

Opening up some of the mechanics of the art world gallerist Ceri Hand will discuss the relationships between artists and commercial galleries.

Initially trained as an artist, Ceri Hand draws on over twenty years in the art world. She has previously acted as Director of Metal (Liverpool), Director of Exhibitions, FACT (Liverpool, where she was a contributing curator to Liverpool Biennial in 2004 and 2006), Deputy Director of Grizedale Arts, Cumbria and Director of Make, London. Ceri Hand Gallery was founded in Liverpool in 2008 and relocated to London in 2012. The gallery has a special focus on conceptual and performance art, producing and exhibiting major new works on and offsite, including publications, editions and multiples. Fostering relationships between gallery artists and their work provides a strong peer support for artist's development and engages curators and collectors. The gallery has actively contributed to developing a regional market in the UK through local, national and international activity and a challenging programme of exhibitions and education events.

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This event is free and part of the Art Talks and Tea series curated by resident artist Caterina Lewis in partnership with the Bermondsey Project and Crisis.

Bermondsey Project
Willow Walk
London SE1 5SF

To book a place please contact Caterina Lewis

Ceri Hand Gallery
6 Copperfied Street
London, SE1 0EP

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