At the start of November, a gallery replying to the name of “No Format” opened in the Anthology Deptford Foundery in London. The gallery is housed under Arch 29 (Rolt Street) of this project to promote Deptford’s industrial heritage. Matthew Wood, the gallery’s director – but also director of SFSA (Second Floor Studio & Arts), a body which supplies artists and designers with work spaces at affordable prices – will be opening about sixty studios for artists on the site in 2019, reports the East London Lines web site. For its first exhibition, the gallery, wishing to support local creation, is showing artists from London’s southern districts, among them former computer programmer Rachel Ara, whose This Much I’m Worth won the International Aesthetica Art Prize in 2016.
A new gallery in Deptford, run by Matthew Wood
London | 27 November 2016 | AMA | |
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