The Concept Space open WINTER SALON submission is now open for registration. This is part of the continued initiative to break its programme of exhibitions to open the platform to other artists as good independent spaces become ever more scarce in London. Artists working in painting, drawing, installation, printing, recorded
Official: The Concept Space is pleased to announce the Award Winners for our Summer Exhibition 2017 MOST AMBITIOUS – (Looming by Henry Hussey) A piece of work that involved the artist’s in-depth research on technique and collaboration with other skilled practitioners across continents to achieve. The scale, high level of
Sándor Szász’s ‘The Dawn After Yesterday’ exhibition opens to public in time for London Frieze Art Fair week
The long awaited exhibition of works by the award winning Budapest-based Transylvanian artist Sándor Szász has finally opened to the London public just in time. The timing is wonderful as it is a week full of exciting exhibitions, auctions and art fairs headlined by the Frieze art fair. The exhibition,
The Concept Space is pleased to announce that Sándor Szász will be presenting our SUMMER EXHIBITION AWARD to winners on the night of his exhibition private view. The Award is a recognition of works which had an impact or special contribution to the exhibition. We are honoured to have this
The Concept Space is to host an exhibition of works by Sándor Szász’s in a show entitled ‘The Dawn After Yesterday’. The exhibition is Szász’s first UK exhibition and includes a rare installation by this award winning Transylvanian artist and curated by KB Stowe. The thought provoking works are a
The Concept Space inaugural open SUMMER EXHIBITION is to open on the 4th August 2017 with the Private View evening schedules for the 3rd. It is a showcase billed to presents works from an array of national and international artists. The roll of selected artists includes some of the most
The exhibition ‘Women don’t paint very well – Ms MELA YERKA’ has now open to the public. It a show in which paintings of 19th Century women whose struggle for acceptance and individuality have been used to raise the dialogue to comments made by pre-eminent post-war artist Georg Baselitz declaring,
An exhibition of paintings by Mela Yerka has been curated as a response to an interview given by the pre-eminent post-war artist Georg Baselitz to Der Spiegel in 2013 in which he declared, “Women don’t paint very well. It’s a fact” then backed by another with the Guardian in 2015.
The Concept Space is pleased to announce an extended run of Márta Kucsora’s Viscosity Exhibition until the 8 April 2017 due to the success of the show. This gives our visitors, artists and collectors alike a chance to take in this exciting show.
“Viscosity” the exhibition featuring the works of Hungarian artist, Márta Kucsora finally opens with The Concept Space. The exhibition which is Kucsora’s first show in the UK and curated by KB Stowe features both old and recent works including her first video piece edited in collaboration with András Már. The