Tower Hamlets Spring Open is a survey of the large and diverse artist community living or working in the borough of Tower Hamlets. Held in the 5000sqft Mile End Art Pavilion, the exhibition is selected and curated by Iavor Lubomirov and Anna Bleeker of ALISN, William Hughes of Angus-Hughes Gallery, Charlie Dutton of Charlie Dutton Gallery, and Paul Good and Kirsty Wood of SHIFT.
ALISN invited artists living or working in Tower Hamlets to submit work with a particular emphasis on large-scale ambitious projects, sculptures, or installations in all mediums, including performance, video, sound and photography. The resulting selection reveals a range of unexpected undercurrents, with much of the work resonating particularly with the architecture of the borough and the gallery.
Featuring the work of: Christina Mitrentse, Eve Allen, Gareth Barnett, Harry Meadows, Julia Crabtree and William Evans, Lee Holden, Lorna Pridmore, Lucy Tomlins, Mark Selby, Rab Harling, and Toby Poolman.
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