Talk + Networking at Bosse and Baum Gallery on the eve of Women's History Month
London event for art world professionals
Date: Feb. 28, 2019, 6:30 p.m. - Feb. 28, 2019, 8:30 p.m. UK time (see time converter)
Bosse & Baum, Unit BGC | Ground Floor | Bussey Building | 133 Rye Lane, SE15 4ST (entrance through 133 Peckham Rye Lane)
Transport: Peckham Rye Station (connections: London Bridge, London Victoria, London Blackfriars, London St. Pancras)
Speakers: Susan J Mumford
Price: Members go free | Non-Members 8.50 GBP early bird (until Monday 26 February @ 12pm), 9.95 GBP full ticket inc on-the-door
#besmartaboutart networking is a monthly opportunity presented by Be Smart About Art to meet artists, curators & other art world peers, view exhibitions and spaces, and expand knowledge – creative and professional alike!
In February – on the eve of Women’s History Month, we’re visiting Bosse and Baum to talk with gallerists Lana Churchill and Alexandra Warder about the gallery as well as view the exhibition ‘Empathy Hole’ by artist Florence Peake. These three women are contemporary shape-shifters in the art industry to watch, and we look forward to introducing and deepening your own knowledge and appreciation of them, for your art history (or herstory) canon.
About Florence Peake:
Dubbed an artist with “unbounded brilliance” by the Independent, Florence Peake is a London-based artist who has been making work since 1995. Her performance practice uses drawing, painting and sculpture combined with found and fabricated objects placed in relation to the moving body. Site and audience, live and recorded text, wit and candour are key to her work, which has been presented internationally and across the UK, in contexts including De La Warr Pavilion (2018), Palais de Tokyo (2018), CRAC Occitanie (2018), Wysing (2017), Serpentine (2016), Whitechapel Gallery (2016), ICA (2015), Harris Museum (2015), Hayward (2014), BALTIC (2013), Frieze (2013), Yorkshire Sculpture Park (2012)
For those of you who missed the BSAA expedition to De La Warr Pavilion in Summer 2018, this is a chance to see alternative art works by Peake in a different setting.
About Bosse and Baum
Bosse & Baum promotes an open range of developments in the arts, curating site-specific exhibitions and supporting emergent practitioners, with a core focus on audience development and engagement. The gallery has a strong focus on performative art practices, with an active events programme accompanying exhibitions, bringing current discourses to the attention of existing and new audiences, both in the local community and internationally.
Gallery Directors Lana Churchill and Alexandra Warder are steering the gallery to be an open and accessible testing ground that equally provides a solid foundation for artists and audience alike. They encourage active viewing and conversation while simultaneously supporting the growth of their artists beyond the gallery space, into both private and institutional collections. The programme operates within the public and private spheres and is open to new and different experiences, to not only move forward but also take advantage of current cultural and economic conditions.
The exhibition space is based in Peckham, London, where the permanent gallery was founded in 2014. The gallery’s main exhibition and events programme is accompanied by a non-profit and Arts Council England supported project called Micro Social Cultures, which runs from 2018 until 2019.
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About the event:
With arrivals from 6.30-7pm, BSAA Founder and art world entrepreneur Susan J Mumford will welcome guests introducing gallerists Lana Churchill and Alexandra Warder. We will hear the team of two talk about the gallery, the way they are working, the exhibition and exciting future plans. Susan will then give her three top networking tips. There will be plenty of opportunity for mixing and mingling as well as viewing the art on display.
Note that arrivals are welcome at any time between 6.30-8.30pm
Ready to go? Book your place and we'll look forward to seeing you there!
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