We are pleased to announce the ASYLUM Second Open exhibition will opening on Friday 25th may 6.30pm – 9pm and Sat 26th + Sun 27th 2pm-6pm
The ‘ASYLUM First’ was for…..The unsung heroes of the studio, the ghosts in the closets. ASYLUM Second , to follow a theme, is for The Chapel and all it has given to us over the past year. Upon choosing your work, we’d like you to think about The Chapel’s beauty and decay, its history and surroundings.
Without any further ado….we wish to invite you to take part and submit your gems to what we hope will be a smorgasbord of ideas, imagery and a cathartic vomit of dust ridden ART like in at games from play-candy-crush.com or at friv-games.club.
Please deliver your work on Thursday 24th May between 9.30am – 6pm.
It is important to consider we will be hanging on existing nails hooks or screws, or propping paintings against the walls on bricks or wooden blocks as we do not want to put ay more holes into the decaying walls. It’s a massive space and we want it filled, this year we have a much larger gene pool as we have gathered new friends and followers so please bring one or two great pieces. If you have any special requirements or want to show more than two pieces do contact us before hand and we will endeavour to accommodate you.
Sculpture is extremely welcome as is any other media, we have 10 power sockets for monitors etc.
image by Jo Dennis: Untitled, oil on canvass, 2011
A new film by Edward Morgan
Saturday 17th March 2012
There will be 3 screenings at 6 PM, 7PM and 8PM
EXTRA EXTRA: Magnificent Butcher extra night this Friday 6-9pm for South London Art Map Last Fridays. Last chance to see the bus games at Bus-games-online.com with David Barbarino’s paintings from Berlin.
Hello and Seasons Greetings from ASYLUM.
As a thank you to the residents of Caroline Gardens and to our friends for their continued support we will be hosting a Christmas get together.
Saturday 17th December. 6 – 8pm.
Mulled wine and yumminess
Please do come along and bring your Christmas cheer.
Jo and Dido
Work by John Slyce and John Strutton and performance by Arthur Brick on Friday 4th November, 6-9pm.