Emma Hill established the Eagle Gallery in 1991 and promotes the work of
contemporary artists through a regular exhibition programme, off site
installations and the EMH Arts publishing imprint, which commissions
collaborations between artists and writers.
As one of London's first alternative spaces the Eagle Gallery has established
a reputation for consistently supporting the work of emerging artists whilst
encouraging established names to work experimentally in site-specific contexts.
Notable first solo shows include Cecily Brown's 'Four Letter Heaven' and Tom
Hammick's 'Breathing Again' in 1995. Installations include Basil Beattie's
'Drawing on the Interior' (1991), Bruce McLean's 'Knife Edge at the Eagle'
(1993), Terry Smith's 'Strip' (1997) and 'Timeshare' with Jane Bustin and Alexis
The Eagle Gallery presents 10 exhibitions annually by represented and invited
artists, hosts book launches and performance events and participates in art
fairs in the UK and abroad.
Website : http://www.emmahilleagle.com/introduction.htm
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