- the Salon
Upper Gallery 1, Canteen Gallery 2 & Arch Gallery 3
2 April – 29 May 2011
Tuesday – Sunday, 11am-5pm
Fraternise – the Salon gathers a cohort of artists in a curated, fundraising exhibition, to support the future existence of Beaconsfield.
Friday 1 April, from 6pm: Exhibition Preview
Monday 16 May at 7pm: Fraternise - for Collectors (Booking essential)
Wednesday 18 May at 11am: Fraternise – the Coffee view
Saturday 21 May at 2pm:Fraternise - the Curator’s talk
Friday 27 May from 6.30: LAST Friday’s: Fraternise - the finissage
Beaconsfield Director/Curators David Crawforth and Naomi Siderfin will be available by appointment throughout May to talk new collectors through the exhibition and exhibiting artists, on an individual basis.Click here for more information
Exhibiting artists include…
Franko B, David Birkin, Ansuman Biswas, John Burgess, Matthew Burrows, Tony Carter, Tamsyn Challenger, Jules Clarke, Ben Cockett, Susan Collis, Michael Corkrey, A. David Crawforth, Mikey Cuddihy, Shane Cullen, Michael Curran, Judith Dean, Mark Dean, Nicholas Deshayes, Adam Dix, Richard Elliot, Robert Ellis, Tracey Emin, Laura Emsley, Alexa de Ferranti, Peter Fillingham, Edwina fitzPatrick, Rebecca Fortnum, Eloise Fornieles, Stephen Fowler, Rachel Garfield, Mary George, Mathew Gibson, Bruce Gilbert, Colin Glen, Lucy Gunning, Matt Hale, Carl Michael von Hausswolff, Denise Hawrysio, Damien Hirst, Rachel Howard, Marc Hulson, Kate Janes, Sarah Jones, Simon Lawson, Peter Liversidge, Sarah Lucas and Olivier Garbay, Maria Marshall, Ross McNicol, David Mollin, Charlotte Moth, Hayley Newman, Paul Noble, Monika Oechsler, Peter Owen, Tom Ormond, Peter Owen, Lily Paine, Tom Paine, Tamsin Pender, Susan Pui San Lok, Monica Ross, Aura Satz, Boo Saville, Michael Shaw, Naomi Siderfin, Bob and Roberta Smith, Julian Stallabrass, Dafna Talmor, John Timberlake, Caroline Todd, Roman Vasseur, Jessica Voorsanger, Mark Wallinger, Joseph Walsh, Roxy Walsh, Amelia Whitelaw, Keith Wilson, Erika Winstone.
Fraternise – the Salon is a special event curated as part of the fundraising scheme Fraternise: established in 2005 to reflect Beaconsfield’s core values and nurture a community of artists who demonstrate their support in practical terms by providing the potential to secure Beaconsfield’s future.