Enclave 8, 50 Resoluton Way
London SE8 4AL United Kingdom
LUBOMIROV-EASTON is an artist-led project space directed by artists Iavor Lubomirov and Bella Easton.
Lubomirov and Easton are part of the team running the artist network ALISN (artist-led initiatives support network), founded in 2007 as a resource for emerging artists and artist-led organisations.
LUBOMIROV-EASTON is ALISN's second project space. It opened in June 2012 in Deptford, South London, with a curated exhibition of seven artists selected by the directors in response to John Ruskin's 1845 book 'The Seven Lamps of Architecture'.
The main remit of the space is to provide opportunities for emerging artists to develop ambitious new projects, resulting in significant solo exhibitions. The planned programming also includes opportunities for curated shows by artist-curators, national and international exchanges with other artist-led spaces, lectures, films, performances, and one-off special projects.
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