Exhibition

A High Hang

4 Dec 2019 – 7 Dec 2019

Regular opening hours

Wed, 04 Dec
11:00 – 17:0017:00 – 21:00
Thu, 05 Dec
11:00 – 19:0019:00 – 20:30
Fri, 06 Dec
11:00 – 19:3019:30 – 21:00
Sat, 07 Dec
11:00 – 15:0015:00 – 16:00

Eccleston Project Space

London
England, United Kingdom

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A High Hang, curated by Christabel MacGreevy and Mark Connolly, is a fundraising exhibition in aid of Rainforest Action Network. A comprehensive catalogue of available works will soon be available on instagram, to find us follow @paint_talk.

About

The show will open from 11.00 on Wednesday 4th December, with Prosecco and Croissants from 11am - 1pm.

Private view from 17.00-21.00 (RSVP ESSENTIAL - email AHIGHHANG@GMAIL.COM). 

Thursday 5th December, The Drawing Club London will host a life drawing session, 19.00-20.30 (RSVP email DRAWINGCLUBLDN@OUTLOOK.COM). 

Friday 6th December, OH MY GOB will host a literary evening showcasing work inspired by our planet, 19.30-21.00. Open Mic for one half. 

Saturday 7th December, Peter R Hobson, Professor of Biodiversity Conservation and Sustainability, will deliver a talk – Planet Crisis and future forests, 15.00-1600. 

Eccleston Project Space, Arebyte Studios, 27 Eccleston Place, SW1W 9NF. @arebytestudios

Exhibiting Artists

Charlotte Ager, Sara Anstis, Nathan Anthony, Ned Armstrong, Suzy Babington, Emily Fairlie Baker, Phoebe Barnicoat, Raphael Barratt, Klaas Op De Beéck, Fiona Berry, Todd Bienvenu, Marius Bodea, Gabriella Boyd, Max Boyla, Beatrice Lettice Boyle, Joshua Bristow, Nell Brookfield, John Brown, Fred Bungay, Jeremy Burns, Ethan Caflisch, Rose-Marie Caldecott, Koen Cassiman, Michael Chance, Nancy Haslam-Chance, Jessica Jane Charleston, Joseph Cheetham, Tom Chisholm, Ben Westley Clarke, Henry James Colborne, Becca May Collins, Mark Connolly, Matthew Cotton, Dieter Darquennes, Héloïse Delègue, Kate Ducker, Shaun Ellison, Edie Flowers, Holly Froy, Vilte Fuller, Joana Galego, Stefano Giordano, Nick Goss, Jane Hayes Greenwood, Jake Grewal, Alyssa Hart, Christopher Hartmann, Haroun Hayward, Angelique Heidler, Benjamin Heiken, Mary Herbert, Willa Hilditch, Ania Hobson, Eddie Howard, Tom Howse, Bert Huyghe, Charlotte Johnson, Sally Kindberg, Sophie Lourdes Knight, Jan Laroy, James Lincoln, Alice Macdonald, Angus Macdonald, Ranald Macdonald, Christabel MacGreevy, Oliver McConnie, Alexander Middleton, Daniel Miller, Holly Mills, Irene Montemurro, Marcus Morgan, Rachael Neale, Jade Ching-yuk Ng, India Nielsen, Laurence Owen, Polina Pak, Aimee Parrott, Amelie Peace, Samuel Petheridge, Francisca Pinto, Shirley Villavicencio Pizango, Rory Price, Rosie Reed, Jesse Rivers, Sara Lee Roberts, Alex de Roeck, Danny Romeril, Madeleine Ruggi, Maxim Ryckaerts, Rhiannon Salisbury, Mary Savva, Tom Scotcher, Cheri Smith, Joe Sweeney, Jack Fawdry Tatham, Daniel Taylor, Stefan Tiburcio, Hannah Tilson, Jack Towndrow, Thom Trojanowski Hobson, Henry Tyrell, Simon Verougstraete, Faye Wei Wei, Harry Whitelock, and Lee-Roy Zozo.

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Curators

Ranald Macdonald

Alice Macdonald

Christabel MacGreevy

Mark Connolly

Exhibiting artists

Héloïse Delègue

Tom Howse

Jack Towndrow

Shaun Ellison

Rhiannon Rebecca Salisbury

Ania Hobson

Laurence Owen

Ned Armstrong

Hannah Tilson

Ethan Caflisch

Todd Bienvenu

Ranald Macdonald

Jane Hayes Greenwood

Nick Goss

Jake Grewal

Faye Wei Wei

Faye Wei Wei

Danny Romeril

Suzy Babington

Alice Macdonald

Christabel MacGreevy

India Nielsen

India Nielsen

Sara Anstis

Aimée Parrott

Rosie Reed

Thom Trojanowski Hobson

Thom Trojanowski Hobson

Joana Galego

Beatrice Lettice Boyle

Sophie Lourdes Knight

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