Gallery opening times:
Saturday 11th & Sunday 12th May 12pm – 5pm
Preview: Friday 10th May 6pm – 8.30pm
Being a Photographic Portrait of a Typical Monday Morning After the Night Before Feeling is a collaborative exhibition by James Newrick and Ruby Glover. Reappropriated work encourages new purpose into found/ vernacular photography and correspondence. Concerning the philosophical and curious Tony Boyle. An amateur photographer and East End socialite. Using found and repurposed items from used limbo bring new depth to an extensive archive. Combining his technical and creative ability with an abstract interpretation. Audiences are encouraged to build their own narrative through Tony’s images and the artists input.
The former 36 Lime Street Gallery was established in 2009 as an artist run space to provide a platform for emerging and established artists to experiment and take risks with new work. Selected by committee from an open call, 8 proposals are selected and exhibited throughout the year.
The gallery space continues to provide a platform as 36.