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Fourthland with Rosalind Fowler

pen Wednesday to Saturday 12 – 6pm
ends 14 April

Fourthland and Rosalind Fowler, BREADROCK 2018, installation detail
We are thrilled with the enthusiastic response that the installation and film is receiving.

Make sure that you don't miss the final weeks to see this work, which "pays tribute to a place and its people with a poetic richness and texture that is utterly captivating." (comment from visitors' book)

‘"The artists record the performers in a series of actions and tableaux with dignity and beauty. They are consummate image-makers." – Caroline Douglas for the Contemporary Art Society's Friday Dispatch.
Look out for an upcoming review of the show by Cherry Smyth in the April edition of Art Monthly.
Fourthland and Rosalind Fowler
fausto, umbilical and bearer of breadrock, 2018
Fourthland and Rosalind Fowler have generously produced a set of limited edition framed prints to support PEER's programme.
Fourthland and Rosalind Fowler, umbilical. 2018.
16mm film scans on 300g cotton rag paper in a handcrafted frame
edition of 5 each, 170 x 220 x 50mm
from £300 per print or £750 for a set of 3.

To coincide with Anthony McCall's acclaimed exhibition at The Hepworth Wakefield, we're giving away a limited edition signed print by the artist, Coupling, produced for PEER in 2011.
Anthony McCall, Coupling, 2011.
For a chance to win this beautiful edition, please take a few minutes to fill out a short questionnaire.
The survey closes on 25 March.

Catherine Story’s SHADOW continues to make an impression...

Catherine Story, Requiem, 2017.
If you missed our recent Catherine Story exhibition, you can read Gabriel Coxhead's review in the March edtiion of Art in America here.
Keep an eye on our website over the coming weeks for a transcript of Story’s fascinating discussion with Jonathan Allen, covering magic and illusion in cinema, which took place on 31 January.
Ambit Magazine will feature an in-depth interview with the artist soon.

The Universal Now and further episodes
Abigail Reynolds
26 April – 23 June at PEER, Shoreditch Library & Bookartbookshop
Private View: Wednesday 25 April, 6–8pm at PEER & Shoreditch Library.

Abigail Reynolds, St. Paul's 1958 / 1959, 2018.

In a unique partnership with nearby Shoreditch Library and Bookartbookshop, we will present a mid-career survey of work from the last ten years of Reynolds’ practice. We will also show a new two-screen film work, Lost Libraries, drawing from her journey visiting the sites of libraries lost to political conflicts, natural catastrophes, revolution and wars over two thousand years, from China, Uzbekistan, Iran, Turkey, Egypt, and Italy.


Fourthland and Rosalind Fowler in conversation

7 April, 5.00 pm
FREE – just turn up
Fourthland and Rosalind Fowler, still from I feel like doing this, 2017.

Join us in the gallery for an informal discussion with the artists, who will talk about their 10-year collaboration with the residents of the Wenlock Barn estate and their working practices. Followed by drinks with donation bar.


Continuing our on-going partnership with Creative Access, applications are open for our fourth 6-month internship; the second with support from the Khadija Saye Memorial Fund.

We’re looking for a versatile and motivated graduate with a passion for art to join a small and ambitious team. This opportunity is only open to candidates from a black, Asian or non-white ethnic minority background.

Deadline: 3 April


We are seeking to appoint a Treasurer to join our Board of Trustees. The successful candidate will join this acclaimed small-scale arts organisation at a key moment in our development, as we enter into our new NPO relationship with Arts Council England.
Deadline: 30 March


PEER is recruiting four young people (16+) to work with us as gallery Ambassadors to promote Abigail Reynolds’ dual-site installation from April to June 2018. This is a fantastic opportunity to gain experience and training in a renowned gallery, build confidence and earn money alongside studying.
Deadline: 6 April

A Coin in Nine Hands, Part 5: Alice Channer (Carapaces)
Large Glass, 392 Caledonian Road
until 28 April
open Wednesday – Saturday, 11am – 6pm

Alice Channer, Crustacean Satellites, 2018. Photo credit Stephen White.

The gallery will be closed over the Easter weekend,
30 March – 2 April
We open again 3 April continuing the exhibition BREADROCK Fourthland with Rosalind Fowler
Regular opening hours Wed to Sat 12 – 6pm
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