Margaret Haines: Sex Without Threat
The fourth text in a series from Margaret Haines and Josefin Arnell accompanying their exhibition Sister said to Satan: my diary is too hot for you at Auto Italia.
Sirens is a new novel by Dawn Mellor that maps a series of protagonists and their shifting relationships to crime, gender, class and sexuality.
Can’t wait to see you all for @atabey_mamita ‘s * A HOUSE OF ECSTATIC VIRALITY * a new dance and movement practice work produced in collaboration with volunteers and health professionals of @metrocharity Emerging Communities Programme, which engages members of the Latinx and Polish communities in London around HIV prevention and support. . This Saturday 1 December at 7pm for World AIDS Day. Tickets fully booked but email email@example.com for waiting list! . Commissioned by Auto Italia as part of a series of events co-curated with @jackwobrien for that is open until December 16 2018, Thursday to Sunday 12-5pm. . Auto Italia x
Josefin Arnell: Affirmations to puke with
The third text in a series from Margaret Haines and Josefin Arnell, Affirmations to puke with accompanies Arnell's film Gag reflex / i wanna puke in heaven on show at Auto Italia.
Army of Love
Army of Love is a newly commissioned exhibition by Alexa Karolinski and Ingo Niermann in collaboration with the “Army of Love”, a propositional regiment of soldiers varied in age and appearance tasked with offering all-encompassing love to all those who need it.
UK Artist Grant Writing Support
UK Artist Grant Writing Support is a network of artists, curators and producers working in contemporary art organisations, who are coming together to provide in-kind support to artists requiring help with emergency grant applications in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
A Guest Of Honour
A GUEST OF HONOUR by Harilay Rabenjamina is a recomposition of an opera of the same name, the first created by composer Scott Joplin in 1903.
All people with AIDS are innocent by Gran Fury suspended on Auto Italia’s facade and the banner hanging across Grant Street in front of the Henry Street Settlement Culture Center, Manhattan 1989. we’re open today 12-5pm
Josefin Arnell: (Great ideas and stolen stuff)
The final text of the series by Margaret Haines and Josefin Arnell accompanying their exhibition Sister said to Satan: my diary is too hot for you at Auto Italia.
Hot Moment is a new exhibition curated by Radclyffe Hall that examines photographic representations that emerge from the threshold of intimacy and public life in the 1980s and 90s, presenting the work of Tessa Boffin, Ingrid Pollard, and Jill Posener.