Archive for the ‘studio/gallery space’ Category

The pristine white walls of the gallery and the paint splattered chaos of the studio are no longer art world opposites. Studio/galleries have now joined the establishment but are artists still running the show? Many begin as anarchic, entrepreneurial experiments like the do-it-yourself-art-centre at The Old Police Station in New Cross, London. Revenue from 40 […]

The largest artist-led arts organisation in the South-East of England aims to get bigger, or at least better. Phoenix Brighton, which currently provides studio space and a gallery for 100 artists, last week announced plans to revamp their city centre building at a projected cost of more than £2 million. Development Manager David Litchfield hopes […]