AboutUncaught Hares, Painting and Sculpture from Greenwich Studios, is a two-exhibition survey of the studio practice, output and influence of the artists working out of the studios in King George Street Greenwich between 1974 and 1994. The first exhibition, which was held at The Stephen Lawrence Gallery, 9th April - 13th May, showed archival material from the studios alongside artworks made at the time.
The second exhibition (previously shown at the Clifford Chance exhibition space) is now showing at The Stephen Lawrence Gallery, Queen Anne Court until Friday 15th July. The exhibition shows recent work by the former Greenwich Studio artists. This exhibition will be accompanied by a publication containing reproductions of the archived material, an interview with studio founder Jeff Lowe and essays by Alice Correia, project curator David Webb and David Waterworth. In bringing together the art-works, research, archive material and oral testimony, the publication and exhibition seek to communicate the issues surrounding the idea of studio practice at that time, particularly within the context of abstract painting and sculpture.
The Gallery is open Monday - Friday 10am - 5 pm and Saturdays 11 am - 4 pm. There will be a launch for the new publication at 6 pm on Tuesday 12th July
Image: GASA artists at Stephen Lawrence Gallery for first Uncaught Hares exhibition.
The artists represented in the exhibition are:
Paul Caro, Stephen Cooper, William Crozier, Anthony Daley, Jeff Dellow, John Dougill, Katherine Gili, Alan Gouk, Lee Grandjean, Marilyn Hallam, Robert Harding, Iain Herdman, Clyde Hopkins, Vanessa Jackson, Patrick Jones, Richard Lawrence, Stephen Lewis, Jeff Lowe, Philip Medley, Mali Morris, Geoff Mowlam, Laurence Noga, Robert Persey, Geoff Rigden, Richard Rome, Kay Saunders, Paul Tonkin, Jim Unsworth