MAKING SOMETHING OUT OF NOTHING AT THE RED GALLERY

  • RED GALLERY 1-3 Rivington Street London, England, EC2A 3DT United Kingdom

Thursday, November 20, 2014 - 

19:00 to 23:00

Shoreditch’s RED is the creative force engaging local communities through the facilitation of the continuing Cultural Revolution in the heart of East London.

A versatile, multi-functional space has welcomed a myriad of creativity through its doors since opening in 2010; transforming a derelict group of buildings and unused land into chameleon-like art studios, galleries, live events venues, offices, screening rooms, open air event setting, incorporating a street food market and bars.

In keeping with its ethos of cultural guardianship, RED has actively encouraged not only artists and local residents to engage with the facilities, schools such as St Monica’s Primary have utilized the space and in keeping with their continued commitment to communitas, RED plays host to an annual symposium of the religious arts initiative Urban Dialogues, bringing together people from all faiths.

A year in the making, MAKING SOMETHING OUT OF NOTHING documents elements of the magic that take place behind the doors (and often on the walls) of RED through interviews and photographs.

To celebrate the launch RED will be hosting a photographic exhibition and in keeping with its anti-hegemonic practice, 2000 copies of the book will be distributed at the launch.

Additional commentary from visionaries such as Stirling Ackroyd's James Goff, Tom Burger Bear - one of the chefs who led Time Out! to dub Red Market as being the birthplace of 'the new food revolution', curators and artists such as Alice Herrick of Herrick Gallery, Jerwood Prize-winning Svetlana Fialova, Paul Sakoilsky, Chris Bianchi, Matthew Hawtin of Minus, former street artist, Part2ism,Dimitri Hegemann of Tresor Berlin, trends author Dr. Lida Hujic , fashion designers: Roggykei, patron Nick Winter, Stephen Shashoua of 3 Faiths Forum, music consultant: Juan Leal, Gary Means' Alternative London street art tours and more.

Published by Red Gallery

For further information and advance editions, excerpts, images and all other inquiries: ernesto@redgallerylondon.com t: +44 (0) 207 613 3620

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Entry by invitation only - 7 pm onwards 

Thursday, November 20th – Red Gallery, 1-3 Rivington Street, London EC2A 3DT