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Drawing Room/Tannery Arts
Unit 1b, New Tannery Way
London, SE1 5WS
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Tannery Arts is a small, independent charity concerned with supporting the professional development of emerging and established artists through the provision of affordable studios, promoting their practice through opportunities to exhibit work, develop projects, generate partnerships with local authorities, private property owners and social housing organisations as well as engage in learning activities.
Published to coincide with Drawing Links which took place at Drawing Room in March-April 2006. The exhibition presented the work of five emerging artists practising in different parts of the UK, including Ruth Claxton, Rachel Goodyear, Ilana Halperin, Lady Lucy and Alex Pearl, who were nominated by curators from the same region.
Drawing Links includes an introduction by Kate Macfarlane, Co-Director, Drawing Room; statements by each of the five artists and essays by the nominating curators: Lucy Byatt, (Director, Spike Island, Bristol); Paulette Terry Brien, International 3, Manchester; Helen Legg, Curator (Off-site), Ikon Gallery, Birmingham; Lynda Morris, Curator, Norwich Gallery, Norwich School of Art & Design and Andrew Patrizio, Director of Research Development, Edinburgh College of Art.
28cm x 21.5 cm, 20 pages, soft cover, 29 black and white plates.
Designed by Marit Münzberg.