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CASt: East London

Love Life: Act 1, Jonathan Baldock and Emma Hart, 9 November to 28 January 2017 courtesy of Jonathan Baldock and Peer gallery.
Love Life: Act 1, Jonathan Baldock and Emma Hart, 9 November to 28 January 2017 courtesy of Jonathan Baldock and Peer gallery.

19 November 2016

11.00—16.15

90

The CAStour will focus on spaces in East London. Starting from Liverpool Street Station we shall visit with PEER, where the artist Jonathan Baldock will give an overview of his new commission Love Life. We shall then visit Seventeen Gallery, the nearby Chisenhale Gallery with a commissioned show by Peter Wächtler then Wilkinson gallery. After lunch at Paradise Garage in Bethnal Green we will head further east to visit The Approach gallery, Roman Road gallery, Breese Little and Campoli Presti. We shall finish the day at Carlos/Ishikawa, before returning to Liverpool Street at around 16.15.

 

Starting in Liverpool Street at 11.00

11.15: PEER, 97-99 Hoxton Street, N1 6QL. Emma Hart & Jonathan Baldock

11.30: Seventeen Gallery, 270-276 Kingsland Rd, E8 4DG show tbc

12.00: Chisenhale Gallery, 64 Chisenhale Rd, E3, solo show by Peter Wächtler

12.30: Wilkinson gallery, 50-58 Vyner St, E2 9DQ, solo show by Paolo Gioli

13.00: Lunch at Paradise Garage, 254 Paradise Row, E2 9LE

14.15: The Approach, 1st Floor 47 Approach Rd E2 9LY, solo show by Patrick Caulfield

14.45: Roman Road, 69 Roman Rd, E2 0QN. Natalia LL: Probabilities.

15.15: Breese Little, 249 Cambridge Heath Rd, E2 6JY, solo show by Aimee Parrott

15.30: Campoli Presti, 223 Cambridge Heath Rd, E2 0EL Jutta Koether Best of Studios

16.00: Carlos/Ishikawa, Unit 4, 88 Mile End Road, E1 4UN, solo show by Marie Angeletti

 

For more information or to book over the phone please contact Myles Burgess on rsvp@contemporaryartsociety.org or call us on 020 7017 8400







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