Read My Lips
Read My Lips was a survey exhibition of image-making, community activism and public works produced by the seminal AIDS activist art collective Gran Fury between 1987 and 1995.
Auto Italia LIVE Episode Three
Auto Italia transforms into a functioning independent TV studio, showcasing new work from both established and emerging artists.
Rob Pruitt’s Flea Market at Tate Modern
Rob Pruitt’s Flea Market was an event at Tate Modern, in which a Christmas and Kwanzaa celebration was housed in the Turbine Hall, Auto Italia presented artist work within the market.
New Display Strategies
New Display Strategies was an exhibition Inspired by a narrative of intellectual copyright in the face of orientalism and the large scale western appropriation of other cultures.
PROH-SOH’ PA-PEER was a sustained exploration of the representational logic of the mainstream media – in particular, the role the media has in shaping the ideological predicates of contemporary political, activist and libidinal subject positions.
Friends of the Divided Mind – entrance & underground
Friends of the Divided Mind – entrance & underground was an event organised by Curating Contemporary Art students from RCA, which explored the relationships and network of the artists who come under the umbrella term of ‘Auto Italia’.
Yes Way! was a two day music event and exhibition in collaboration with London record label and promoters Upset the Rhythm.
Alles ist in Ordnung
Alles ist in Ordnung was a screening of Double Blind by Sophie Calle and Greg Sheppard at Auto Italia.
STOCKTAKE SALE NOW ON!
STOCKTAKE SALE NOW ON! was a experimental shop event made to shift Auto Italia’s assets, the non-show explored what boundaries exist within Auto Italia’s socio-economic genesis.
EPIC was the first exhibition in Auto Italia’s exhibition space on Old Kent Road. This exhibition captured the large sense of scale of the building and the sense of over-ambition by the artists.
Our reality has changed. Mark Fisher 1968-2017
Remembering the life and work of Mark Fisher and his involvement in early Auto Italia projects.