4th Anniversary Chalton Gallery

13 Jul 2019

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Celebrate the 4th anniversary of Chalton Gallery. The programme includes a screening by Jeremy Deller's ‘Everybody in the Place, An Incomplete History of Britain 1984-1992’.


The 4th anniversary of Chalton coincides witht the Somers Town festival so expect a festive programme accross Chalton Street.


> Jeremy Deller
'Everyone in the Place' 2018
Screening schedule: 10 am, 11:10 am, 12:20 pm, 1:30 pm 2:40, 6 pm.

> Natalia Janula in collaboration with Anna Frijstein present an installation expanding from the windows of the gallery to the street.
Schedule: 12 pm- 9 pm

> Gaps presents a screening by Carlos Fernández-Pello and Drifters.
4-6 pm

> Boby Barry: Experimental electronics.
7 pm.

> 'Water Inhabits The Stone'
Curated by IRRUPTIVE CHORA. Participating artists and contributors include: Valentina Bin w/ Ariadne Radi Cor, Ania Mokrzycka w/ Agata Kik, Andreia Afonso, Jen Hawthorn and Karolina Lebek.
Schedule: 7:30-9

> Analogue Photographic Studio.
Ben Nathan will set up a temporary analogue photographic studio. Visitors will be invited to pose and get their portrait taken. He will use an up-cycled ‘pinhole-beer-can’ as his camera and process the light sensitive paper using the traditional dark room techniques.
Schedule: 12-6 pm

> Books, limited editions and art objects for sale.
12-6 pm.

> Street Mexican food!

> Militant Esthetix stall with books from Unkant (London) and Rab-Rab (Helsinki) and IMHO (Intenational) presses, Everything is Everything from the Psychedelic Bolsheviks, Fatberg the Franzine from AMM All-Stars, plus a selection of secondhand books, clothes and toys ..


The programme includes installation, performances, workshops and other festive activities including piñatas and street food while this year the Somers Town sees four live stages. As well as the music, there will be poetry, parades, film screenings, a rock n’ roll market, comedy, street theatre, sport and city gardening all finding their place on the bill. Plus a special guest, Sir Keir Starmer MP, on hand to open proceedings.

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