Tan Lines


Drawing Room are delighted to be hosting Tan Lines the annual summer exhibition of works from artists working at Tannery Arts.

Drawing Room are delighted to be hosting Tan Lines the annual summer exhibition of works from artists working at Tannery Arts.

Tan Lines

6 – 13 Sept 2014

PV: Friday 5 Sept 6 – 9pm (speeches at 7pm)

Frank Ammerlaan, Tonico Auad, Michael Armitage, David Austen, Andrew Bick, Jack Brindley, Ben Deakin, Laura Eldret, Nick Goss, Jamie George, Wouter Van der Hallen, Shaun Gladwell, David Musgrave, Antonio de la Hera, Benjamin Jenner, Conor Kelly, Sarah Macdonald, Kazuki Nakahara, Roger Phillips, Frank Pudney, Ana Rojas, Kostas Synodis, Patrick Ward, Alison Wilding.

Tan Lines is the annual exhibition of works from studio artists working at Tannery Arts, London. Guest curated by Sarah Brown (Curator of Exhibitions, Leeds Art Gallery). Tannery artists include those working at all stages of their career and in a variety of media including drawing, painting, sculpture and video. Through Brown’s selection, the exhibition seeks to explore the overlaps, conversations, and productive differences of the artists practices.

Tannery Arts, 12 Rich Estate, Crimscott Street, London SE1 5TE (hosted by Drawing Room)

Open Saturdays 12–6pm, Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday 11am–6pm and Friday 11am–8pm.

Tannery Arts is a small, independent charity concerned with making contemporary art accessible to a wide public through exhibitions and learning projects. It supports the professional development of artists by promoting their practice through opportunities to exhibit work, develop projects, to engage in learning activities and through the provision of affordable studios.  Tannery Arts is Drawing Room’s umbrella organisation.