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Recent Listings

07. Jun. 2016
factor-m /
64h
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SPACE Gallery

Join the Salon des Refusés team as an intern and gain valuable experience working at a gallery, organising a busy exhibition. Excellent opportunity to learn new, practical skills and to liaise with artists and art collectors at the Opening Reception and during the exhibition.

A placement with Salon des Refusés allows you to participate in a most exciting gallery and to work in a highly stimulating environment. A combination of both formal and informal learning opportunities will be beneficial for your future career.

No previous experience necessary of working in a gallery. During your placement, you will receive support from our team and a dedicated supervisor.

The placement will be located at SPACE in 129-131 Mare Street, London E8 3RH from 20 to 27 June 2016.

To apply for this placement, please email salondesrefuses.ra@gmail.com with your CV and a covering letter. Please describe your skills and talents and what you are looking to learn during this internship.

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03. Jun. 2016
Cuchifritos /
1h
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Cuchifritos Gallery + Project Space

Cuchifritos Gallery + Project Space is thrilled to present on the subversion of opacity, a two-person exhibition of recent work by Arianna Carossa and Beatrice Glow, curated by Alessandro Facente.

Through site-specific installations, including sculpture and digital prints on silk, this exhibition considers the ways in which artists provide an indirect view of reality, representing it as a fictional mythology drawn from its facts, forms, or histories, but never reflecting them directly. Even as a fiction, this mythology is able, perhaps even more so, to reveal the original reality at its core; an inner essence not beholden to its usual context, interpretation or common understanding. Instead, the new work behaves as autonomous form; an expanded field that is both in balance and in tension with the one from which it has been originally generated.