Sartorial Contemporary Art

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Sartorial Contemporary Art
Sartorial Contemporary Art, Argyle Square, London.jpg
Sartorial Contemporary Art is located in Central London
Sartorial Contemporary Art
Location within Central London
Established 2005
Location Argyle Square, Kings Cross, London 8AP, England, United Kingdom
Coordinates 51°31′43″N 0°06′06″W / 51.528642°N 0.101599°W / 51.528642; -0.101599
Website www.sartorialart.com

Sartorial Contemporary Art is an artist-run gallery founded in 2005 by Gretta Sarfaty Marchant, artist and curator, as a project-led space in central London, England.[1] Originally based in an 18th-century Georgian house on Kensington Church Street. Sartorial Contemporary Art moved to Kings Cross in October 2008 where it has built a reputation for embracing newly emerging artists.
Following The Guardian observation about the Harry Pye exhibition, Me,me,me, the gallery space has achieved maturity and it has become a real space within the artistic circuit.[2] Sartorial Contemporary Art in house publication The Rebel magazine started in 2005, in collaboration with Harry Pye is released four times a year, usually connected with a current exhibition theme. Since 2005, Pye has written a column about the London art scene for the Estonian newspaper, Epifanio as well as being the editor of The Rebel magazine.

Exhibitions[edit]

Among the most remarkable shows in Sartorial Contemporary Art the following are worth mentioning:

Artists exhibited[edit]

Liz Neal, Some Product, Sartorial Contemporary Art, 20.02 - 14.03.2009
Marcus Freeman - Stephen Peirce. New Paintings, Sartorial Contemporary Art, 2009
Gretta Sarfaty Marchant, Permutations, Sartorial Contemporary Art, 1-23.05.2009

References[edit]

  1. ^ Sartorial Contemporary Art, TimeOut, London, UK.
  2. ^ The Guardian, February 24, 2007, page 36.
  3. ^ "Q & A with Marcus Freeman". Rebel Magazine. Retrieved 19 February 2013. 
  4. ^ Cook, Liz. "Harry Pye’s Values at Sartorial Contemporary Art: Exhibition Review". Retrieved 19 February 2013. 
  5. ^ Ciullo, Di Giovanni (January 2011). "Ieri, Oggi, Domani. Arte vis-à-vis". La Repubblica, Roma (50): 90–95. 
  6. ^ Derwent, May (1 March 2010). "Liz Neal. New Paintings". The Times: 57. 
  7. ^ "Through a Scanner Darkly". Paul's Art World. 24 February 2010. 
  8. ^ Kuittinen, Riikka (2010). Street Art. Contemporary Prints. London: V&A Publishing. pp. 40–41. 
  9. ^ Lack, Jessica. "Marcus Freeman / Stephen Peirce". The Guardian: 38. 
  10. ^ "The Leeds Guide. Preview: Art in Progess". Retrieved 19 February 2013. 
  11. ^ Pryor, John-Paul (2008). "Jasper Joffe Mixes Royal Family with Pornography". Dazed Digital. 
  12. ^ Akbar, Arifa (23 February 2008). "All About My Mother: the Visual Tributes from Top Artists". The Independent: 24. 
  13. ^ Osburn, Chris (13 December 2006). "Artistic Vandals II". Juxtapoz Magazine. Retrieved 19 February 2013. 
  14. ^ Robinson, Jamie. "Saints and Sinners. The many faces of Gavin Nolan". Retrieved 19 February 2013. 
  15. ^ "Jasper Joffe Exhibition". TELEGRAM. Retrieved 19 February 2013. 
  16. ^ "Sartorial Contemporary Art on Saatchi". Retrieved 19 February 2013. 

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Coordinates: 51°31′43″N 0°7′18″W / 51.52861°N 0.12167°W / 51.52861; -0.12167