Exhibition

Costermongering

12 Sep 2016 – 8 Oct 2016

Regular opening hours

Monday
09:30 – 18:00
by appointment
Tuesday
09:30 – 18:00
by appointment
Wednesday
09:30 – 18:00
by appointment
Thursday
09:30 – 19:00
by appointment
Friday
09:30 – 18:00
by appointment
Saturday
Closed
Sunday
Closed

Belmacz

London, United Kingdom

Address

Travel Information

  • Bond Street

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Julia Muggenburg is happy to announce Costermongering with New York based
artist Paul Branca whose original idea sparked a two part month long show.

About

The Gallery has invited Branca who staged in 2013 and 2014 at several squats in New York a project consisting of selling still life paintings of produce in vacant vegetable stands in Brooklyn, NY, made by himself and associated artists.

The London exhibition brings together 26 artists contributing fruit, vegetables, meat and fish sculptures and paintings creating a market stand. Branca and Muggenburg have asked artists from the US and Europe respectively to take part, bringing together a melee where each participant was free to pick certain types of local produce to depict exclusively.

For the first part the show will take place on the street outside the gallery and the artists will receive the full proceeds of sales. These will be priced reasonably/ inexpensively and set by the artists themselves for the produce they made.

During the second half the works will migrate inside and the prices will double and revert back to the traditional gallery set up.

Each participant provides a grisaille of the work as a token in lieu and as documentation to Branca in order to commemorate the project. These grisailles will be presented together before they join others from previous performances kept by Branca, showing evidence of what took place.

 

COSTARD derives from a medieval species of ribbed apple. A MONGER is a seller; and their street presence fed the growing populace of historic London.

COSTERMONGERS employed their various own representations to advertise their wares and developed a codified language and behaviour.

The exhibition comments on street value and market prices versus the gallery retail and high end notions of luxury.

Exhibiting artists

Branden Koch

Jonathan Baldock

Brandi Twilley

Ana Cardoso

Kate Parnell

Johanna Magdalena Guggenberger

Julien Bouillon

Joel Tomlin

Lorraine Chateaux

Paul Kindersley

Camilla Low

Magdalena Drwiega

Pat Palermo

Angelina Gualdoni

May Cornet

Paul McDevitt

Ian J. Brown

Fawn Krieger

Paul Housley

Guilherme Dable

Tim Berresheim

Alva CalyMayor

Paul Branca

Max Wade

Coco Crampton

Stefan Reiterer

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