'Primavera WG' : 04-2007
A.P.T. Open Studios 1-6 pm. 6, Creekside, Deptford SE8
See all the A2 artists in their studios + 9 invited artists from the Atelier WG studios, Amsterdam. Download PDF Invitation here
06.04.2006 - 29.04.2006
'Primavera'. A2 curated exhibition at the Tara Bryan Gallery, Bankside, London. SE1. Artists from Italy, Netherlands and UK. 6th April to 29th April 2006. LH,PM,NR
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06.03.2006 - 09.04.2006
'Terra Incognita'. Amsterdam Exchange with the Atelier WG studios. 6th March to 9th April. LH,CM,PM,AP,NR
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12.07.2002 - 28.07.2002
'Terra Firma' Paul Malone and Nicola Rae showed new work at the Standort under the title of 'Terrafirma'. For details - please click on the logo below :
'Mirage' At the same time Liz Harrison and Chris Marshall were showing in the neighbouring town of Aschaffenburg : View of the Kornhäuschen
01.09.2001 - 01.11.2001
Rathaus Reinickendorf - Berlin
Paul Malone, Nicola Rae and Mickey Dell exhibited in Berlin as part of a Greenwich Council funded exchange. As well as the A2 artists, the show included artists representing Berlin and Antony, Paris
17.9.99 - 15.10.99
SE1 Gallery, Southwark Bridge Rd., London.SE1
'4 Painters from Frankfurt'
Artists and associates from the Standort studios in Frankfurt came over to show in a painting exhibition as part of a collaboration between A2 Arts and the SE1 Gallery in Bankside, London.
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Art in Perpetuity Trust Gallery (A.P.T.) at Harold Works, Creekside, Deptford, London SE8.
Wild v. Wild : 'Beermats and Oil Paintings'
A2 Arts invited Albrecht and Susanne Wild to exhibit at the A.P.T. Gallery, Deptford. They came over as part of an exchange programme between A2 Arts and the Standort Ausstellungshalle.
Albrecht Wild : Beeermats (left) and Susanne Wild : 'Ohne Titel'
12.9.98 - 31.10.98
Durhammer Galerie, Klingerstrasse 8, Frankfurt am Main
Nicola Rae had a solo exhibition at the Durhammer Galerie. The private view coincided with the Saisonstart weekend gallery openings. Thirteen earth boxes were shown in two rooms. Jeanette Rohrbacher ( kunsthistorian ) gave a talk about the work on 12.9.98 and 13.9.98.
Durhammer Gallery :
11.9.98 - 19.9.98
'3 London Artists'
Paul Malone, Liz Harrison and Stephen Lewis exhibited at the Standort, Frankfurt for two weeks including the 'Saisonstart' weekend. Stephen showed his steel constructions, Liz premiered her 'Staircase' installation and 'Man under the Bed' film loop/installation and Paul showed his 'Blue Zenith' boxwork for the first time.
Standort frontage :
18.4.98 - 19.4.98
Whitechapel East End Open Studios.
A2 Arts took part in the Whitechapel East End Open Studios at two locations.
Paul Malone, Nicola Rae and Chris
Marshall exhibited work at 143a, Greenwich South
Street - Mickey Dell, Alma Tischler and Jenny Bates exhibited work at 101, Blackheath Road.
Chris made an installation especially for this weekend. Daylight was filtered through a double row of sugar cubes onto a square of icing sugar on the floor.
3.2.98 - 8.2.98
Art in Perpetuity Trust Gallery (A.P.T.), 6, Creekside, Deptford, London SE8
'Stein, Salz & Papier'
A2 Arts invited three artists from Frankfurt - Joachim Raab, Georg Huter and Peter Repp - to have an exhibition at the A.P.T. gallery, Deptford, London
About the exhibition, by the artists...
"For the first time, three very different but interconnected artists from a city in the heart of Europe are showing together at the A.P.T. gallery on Creekside in Deptford. The connection between the artists stems from their representation at the alternative gallery 'Standort' in Frankfurt. The artists are Joachim Raab, Georg Huter and Peter Repp and all are established within the artistic infrastructure of their native city.
Joachim Raab, the prime mover behind the Standort gallery, will show paintings and objects built principally from colour bonded salt into what he describes as 'Landscapes', but where or when these landscapes were discovered remains an infinite mystery.
Georg Huter, Head of the Steinmetz Schule in Aschaffenburg, will show stone works, hewn with traditional methods from the heart of the rocks themselves.
Peter Repp, who constructs objects from a variety of materials which can range from old bicycle wheels, upon which teddy bears are bound, to children's whistles, will show mainly works created from an advanced and sophisticated papier mache process."
'A2 Arts - London'
Paul Malone, Chris Marshall and Nicola Rae travelled to Germany to show work at the Standort Ausstellungshalle in Frankfurt. This was the first of a series of exchange exhibitions taking place between Frankfurt and London.
'Atrium', 5, Cork St. London W.1
'Good Enough to Eat'
Nicola Rae, Paul Malone and Mickey Dell showed work in this Christmas exhibition