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logo for david risley gallery Dingzi artist image Conservation and Restoration trip to Paris

 

We hold frequent research conferences, seminars, exhibitions and screenings. Many of these are held at Unit 2 Gallery and Metropolitan Works. See the menu (left) for details...

Knight's Move Journal Launch - Tonight - July 5 2007
We would like to invite you to join us for the launch of the second issue of Knight's Move, a quarterly journal of artists' writing, entitled 'Writing as Drawing'.
Including Mary Yacoob, Daniel Spoerri, Georg Christoph Lichtenberg, Franz Kafka, Raymond Roussel, El Lissitsky...

The launch will take place at David Risley Gallery, 45 Vyner Street, London, E2 9DQ
on Thurday 5th of July, from 6.30 - 8.30pm.

David Risley Gallery will simultaneously be hosting a second private view for their current exhibition: Citadel 1. Front Room/Killing Room.

knightsmovejournal@gmail.com
www.davidrisleygallery.com
david@davidrisleygallery.com
+44 (0) 208 980 2202.

From Bryan, Steve and Don (circa 1971)
A photographic exhibition curated by Sue Andrews and Mick Williamson, in the Photography Subject Area. From 18th October 2006 at "The Foyer Gallery", London Metropolitan University, Central House.

When the Geography Department of London Guildhall University closed in the 1990s many unwanted items were left behind. During the clearing of the premises, a member of staff from 'The Sir John Cass Department of Art Media and Design' rescued some 5x4 negatives and transparencies depicting locations in the East End during the early 1970s. The photographers of these images are currently not known apart from pencilled first names on some negative bags and, with few exceptions, the locations are also uncertain. We hope that with public exposure some more details will emerge with people recognising individuals and locations. As this information becomes available the sites will be
re-photographed as they currently exist.

Dingzi
Visiting Research Fellow of London Metropolitan University talked about zen and tea, and aspects of contemporary Chinese art on Thursday 19th October at Unit 6, Central House.
http://dingzicom.spaces.live.com




 
 
 
 
 
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