RENDITION

The Concept Space introduces new era with it’s continued evolution as a forward thinking platform with ‘RENDITION’ an exhibition exploring the inherent performance and processes in the creation of rhythms, visually present in abstract paintings. The show presents works by four international artists Marta Kucsora, Dora Juhasz, Rebecca Meanley and

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Benjamin Deakin Solo Exhibition

‘Seeking News from Nowhere’ has be announced as the first solo exhibition of works by British artist Benjamin Deakin in recent years. The artist whose practice explores the way in which different cultures interact with their native landscapes and how certain places take on cultural associations as well as political

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Acts of disruption

Acts of disruption

The Concept Space is has just announced the first exhibition for 2018 entitled “Acts of disruption”. This exhibition curated by Alice Bonnot will feature works by eight international artists Louise Ashcroft, Jamie Fitzpatrick, Nøne Futbol Club, Marco Godoy, Jeremy Hutchison, Benjamin Gaulon and Thomas Langley whom address socio-political issues. Acts

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SÁNDOR SZÁSZ

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

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Viscosity Exhibition

Márta Kucsora’s Viscosity Exhibition Extended

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.

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Viscosity Exhibition

Márta Kucsora’s Viscosity Exhibition Finally Opens at The Concept Space

“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

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