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Jessica Rimondi “Catch it! Got it!”

We have the pleasure of presenting the new work by Jessica Rimondi. Whenever we are trying to recover a recollection, to call up some period of our history, we become conscious of an act sui generis by which we detach ourselves from the present in order to replace ourselves, first, in the past in general, … Continued

Lucy Smallbone, “Drinks by the Pool”

Space Station Gallery presents Lucy Smallbone, a young artist to watch As the artist says, “My works looks at the merging of fictional and real space, how stories and our memories can affect and alter our view of a place.My two current series of work come from alternative sides of the spectrum, fire and water, … Continued

Benjamin Buckley, “Acculturation”

Benjamin Buckley, a London based artist who is inspired by the traditional black line of Chinese and Japanese woodblock prints. Benjamin creates fantastical landscapes incorporating weird and wonderful architectural marvels, Americana, Orientalism, commercialism, gentrification and spirituality. Benjamin produces beautifully detailed pieces with a delicate fine line, the exploration and the interplay between the different cultures, … Continued

Painting & Unpainting

Inspired by landscapes where nature collides with the urban world, my paintings are constructed, layer by layer, over a period of several months. I build up a densely worked ‘block’ of colour, texture and form, layering oil- and water-based paints, and allowing the volatile relationship between these two substances to create unpredictable and dynamic surfaces, … Continued

Fractured Superstructures

Space Station Gallery is pleased to present frac-tured-su-per-struc-tures, an exhibition curated by Beaston projects, as part of Space Station’s commitment to support and provide a platform for emerging artists The exhibition explores the works of five artists who use architectural surfaces from real or fictional places and reconfigure and/or re-appropriate to make their own idiosyncratic … Continued

It Is What It Is

New neons from the 2nd collection of Eve de Haan Space Station Gallery located at 159 Bermondsey Street SE1 3UW (opposite White Cube) is pleased to showcase the neon artwork of the emerging young artist – Eve De Haan with a week long exhibition entitled ‘It is what it is’. The young artist was recently … Continued

Somewhere Else

New Space Station Gallery launches in Bermondsey Street To celebrate Frieze week, Space Station Gallery at 159 Bermondsey Street, SE1 3UW (opposite White Cube), is opening its doors for the first time with an exciting exhibition. ‘Somewhere Else’ showscases two artists: Mark Melvin and Kim Smith exhibiting neon work and lightboxes. It is an exhibition … Continued

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