Campbell Works - London - United Kingdom

Campbell Works is the creative partnership of artists Neil Taylor & Harriet Murray. Their studio practice extends to running an artist led gallery space, initiating and curating art projects, and undertaking a wide range of public realm interventions.

By developing the collaboration and curation of new ventures with artists working across a wide spectrum of disciplines, Campbell Works acts as a meeting point for ideas and aims to explore contextual relationships between art, spaces and people.

Campbell Works collaborate with artists and organizations internationally, as well as with a diverse range of professionals, commissioning bodies, the public, schools, and local authorities in the UK.

Taylor and Murray have developed a succession of new projects, installations, and exhibitions weaving a route through the commercial, experimental, and public realms.

Campbell Works can best be characterised by its openness-to artists and their ideas, to the public and to the philosophy that drives the programing. Taylor and Murray see the development of Campbell Works as an extension of their artistic practice, allowing each project to become a collaborative work-in-progress, and a way to rigourously test ideas, build networks, and showcase new commissions. Campbell Works creates an environment for experimentation and innovation, for support and discussion, where ideas and the creative process are as important as the outcome.

The curatorial projects consist largely of new work that is created through a dialogue between Murray, Taylor, and any other artists and curators involved. This creates a context for peer critique within a gallery framework and a space for creating new dialogues between the artists and their audience.

Another key element of Campbell Works growth has been to engage with new audiences though participatory art projects. Scince 2002, Taylor and Murray have initiated projects both at grass roots level and within ambitious public realm contexts. The success of recent projects underlines the value of Campbell Works approach, as an incubator for new work and for discussions around artistic practice and audience engagement.

Webite : http://www.campbellworks.org/content/about

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Shea & Ziegler Contemporary Fine Art - London - United Kingdom

Curators Tina Ziegler and Moniker co-founder Frankie Shea have cemented their working relationship following on from the success of their exhibitions curated for Moniker Projects.

Californian Ziegler, now residing between Barcelona & London has created a name for herself through exhibiting the work of some of the most renowned international proponents of the pop surrealist art movement. In 2010, Ziegler published Hunt and Gather Art - a hardcover publication that features the work of 40 international artists. She was listed as one of London's top 20 cultural engineers as part of the Dream Factory project supported by Honda.

Frankie Shea, who founded Campbarbossa gallery in 2005 quickly found his place as a leading tastemaker in the finer side of the street art movement. Shea founded and curated the Moniker Art Fair in 2010 and since has gone on to work with brands such as Adidas, Montana Cans & Wagamama promoting the work of national and international emerging and established artists.

Website : http://www.shea-ziegler.com/index.html

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Ben Brown Fine Arts - London - United Kingdom

Ben Brown Fine Arts is an established high-end gallery with spaces on London's prestigious Cork Street, in Brook's Mews and now also in Hong Kong. Specializing in top end international artists, with a strong focus on German photography, Italian painting and major trends in international art, Ben Brown Fine Arts brings the sophistication of their impressive inventory and high international standards to the art lovers of Hong Kong.

Website : http://www.benbrownfinearts.com/

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Broadbent Gallery - London - United Kingdom

Broadbent is a contemporary art gallery located in Notting Hill in London and specialising in abstract painting and sculpture. The gallery represents approximately 15 core artists and numerous satellite artists from across Europe and America. The artists work across the spectrum of abstraction, from high modernism to more conceptually oriented work, and are represented in many of the major museums and major collections across the world. Sculpture includes both domestic scale and commissioned large scale public works.

The gallery holds a large stock of works including paintings, small scale sculptures, prints and drawings which can be viewed at any time. The gallery has a regular exhibition programme of solo and group shows displaying work over two floors of exhibition space. Gallery publications accompany several exhibitions per year.

Website : http://www.broadbentgallery.com/

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