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Jane Bustin in Chapter at Austin Forum 20 June 2013

In abstract, Art, Bruce McLean, Donal Moloney, Gianni Notarianni, Jane Bustin, Jo Volley, Minimal Art, minimalism, painting, Rose Davey on 12/06/2013 at 8:04 pm
Tabitha by Jane Bustin

Tabitha by Jane Bustin, 2013

CHAPTER

Now open and it is excellent !!!

An ancient order of friars and a group of young artists will open a new non-profit, contemporary art space in west London with its inaugural show, ‘Chapter’, on Thursday 20 June.

Priest and artist Gianni Notarianni O.S.A. (Order of Saint Augustine), and artists Robert Phillips, Rose Davey, Donal Moloney, Kieren Reed and Sarah Kate Wilson have invited eighteen established and emerging artists to exhibit in the new Austin Forum, Hammersmith. The artists have been chosen to represent excellence in a cross section of contemporary art practices, with established artists exhibiting alongside emerging practitioners and with an emphasis on creative ways of responding to the Austin Forum space.

The exhibiting artists are: Ed Allington, Jo Bruton, Bronwen Buckeridge, Jane Bustin, James Capper, Matthew Ensor, Geraint Evans, Nick Goss, Abigail Hunt, Sachin Kaeley, Sam Kennedy, Natasha Kidd, Hannah Lees, Barry Martin, Bruce McLean, Damien Meade, Tom Price, Jo Volley.

The title ‘Chapter’, a name given to the friars practice of coming together in the priory to share issues and ideas, alludes to the intentional decision to have no overarching theme for the show, rather a sharing and celebration of contrasting expressions.

Opening Times:

Exhibition opening times: 21 June – 4 July 2013

Tuesday -Sunday 11am to 7pm, (Monday by appointment)

The Space: Austin Forum

The Austin Forum’s subterranean, double-height space is located in the Augustinian Centre, behind St. Augustine’s Church and Priory, 55 Fulham Palace Road, W6 8AU. Near Hammersmith for tubes and buses.

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