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PICO: Un parlante de África en América

10 Oct 2020 — 13 Dec 2020
PICO: Un parlante de África en América  is a new programme of sonic inquiry led by artists Invernomuto and Jim C. Nedd that examines the tradition of picós: vivid, technicolour, wooden structures housing powerful sound systems, which turbocharge street parties, bars and restaurants across the Afro-Colombian cities of Barranquilla and Cartagena.
Project    |    archived

Hot Moment

11 Jan 2020 — 14 Mar 2020
Hot Moment was a new exhibition curated by Radclyffe Hall that examined photographic representations that emerge from the threshold of intimacy and public life in the 1980s and 90s.

Patrons Programme

Auto Italia invites you to join our Member and Exhibitions Circle programmes to invest in our community of artists and directly support our programme of exhibitions and live events.

Young Artists Programme

Our free to access digital art workshops, local gallery tours and higher education progression mentoring for young people ages 14 to 18 in Tower Hamlets.
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The moon waned in Capricorn as the Medicine Woman was sleeping

11 Aug 2020
Writer and curator Priya Jay takes the reader on a sublime journey through the social contracts of food production and healthcare. ⁠
Project    |    archived

Army of Love

04 Oct 2019 — 08 Dec 2019
Army of Love was an exhibition by Alexa Karolinski and Ingo Niermann developed in collaboration with a propositional regiment of soldiers varied in age and appearance tasked with offering all-encompassing love.
Project    |    archived

Read My Lips

02 Oct 2018 — 16 Dec 2018
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.
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To our future excavators, my virtual bread

17 Jul 2020
Artist and writer Cassandre Greenberg explores the collective histories of yeast bacteria and human virology through the lens of artists Lexie Smith and David Wojnarowicz.

Art/Work Association

An association for early-career artists and creative workers conceived as a forum for research, self-organised learning and professional development.
Project    |    archived

Unorganised Response

08 Jul 2019 — 08 Sep 2019
Unorganised Response  was an exhibition and publication project that explored the ways in which artistic production is used as a tool for influence by organisations engaged in international cultural relations and diplomacy.