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Rotate: Vane

Vane's exhibition at the Contemporary Art Society (24 June - 25 September 2009) included works by Héctor Arce-Espasas, Paul Becker, Claire Davies,  Graham Dolphin, Kerstin Drechsel, Jorn Ebner, Nadia Hebson, Simon Le Ruez, Dodda Maggy, Jock Mooney, Stephen Palmer, Josué Pellot, Morten Schelde, Matthew Smith, Alison Unsworth, Barbara Walker and Flora Whiteley
Vane's exhibition at the Contemporary Art Society (24 June - 25 September 2009) included works by Héctor Arce-Espasas, Paul Becker, Claire Davies, Graham Dolphin, Kerstin Drechsel, Jorn Ebner, Nadia Hebson, Simon Le Ruez, Dodda Maggy, Jock Mooney, Stephen Palmer, Josué Pellot, Morten Schelde, Matthew Smith, Alison Unsworth, Barbara Walker and Flora Whiteley

24 June 2009—25 September 2009

Contemporary Art Society
59 Central Street
London, EC1V 3AF

Rotate is the exhibition programme at the Contemporary Art Society, showcasing the work of artists, artist-run spaces and galleries attracting critical acclaim nationally and internationally.

For Rotate, Vane directors Paul Stone and Christopher Yeats have curated an exhibition of seventeen artists from the UK, Europe and USA whose work is concerned with the construction of new and/or personal narratives. Their sources range from found objects or images, the everyday, the playful and the subconscious — whether drawn from popular culture/mass media, souvenirs, everyday ephemera, art history, mythology, politics, the environment (both built and natural) or science.

Artists exhibiting in Rotate with Vane are Héctor Arce-Espasas, Paul Becker, Claire Davies,  Graham Dolphin, Kerstin Drechsel, Jorn Ebner, Nadia Hebson, Simon Le Ruez, Dodda Maggy, Jock Mooney, Stephen Palmer, Josué Pellot, Morten Schelde, Matthew Smith, Alison Unsworth, Barbara Walker and Flora Whiteley.

Vane would like to thank MOOT and Arts Council England for their support. For further information on the artists please visit www.vane.org.uk

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