Studio1.1

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studio1.1 is an artist-run space situated in Shoreditch, East London[1][2] with outpost galleries of studio1.1 in Brazil (studio1.3), Croatia (studio1.4)[3] and the Netherlands (studio1.2).

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The gallery was founded in April 2003 as a co-operative by Michael Keenan and Keran James. Honorary patrons are Sacha Craddock and Vanessa Jackson.

As well as gallery exhibitions, studio1.1 shows off-site. In 2005, studio1.1 exhibited in the Zoo Art Fair at Regent's Park.[4] In 2010, studio1.1 participated in No Soul for Sale – a Festival of Independents at the Tate Modern Turbine Hall in celebration of Tate Modern's tenth anniversary.[5] In 2011, studio1.1 exhibited at Sluice Art Fair in London, a satellite event of Frieze Art Fair, which continued in following years.[6] In 2014, studio1.1 exhibited at Sluice in Brooklyn.[7]

Each summer the gallery runs projects at Braziers Park in Oxfordshire in conjunction with Braziers International Artists Workshops during the annual Supernormal Festival,[8] a three-day experimental arts and music festival first held in August 2010.

studio1.1 exhibits a diverse range of contemporary artists at all stages of their careers, and has shown artists such as Phyllida Barlow,[9] Cees Krijnen,[10] Julie Umerle, [11] Annie Kevans[12] and Giorgio Sadotti.[13]The gallery hosts a range of discussions, an artist-in-residence programme and a membership scheme. studio1.1 participates in Time Out First Thursdays each month.[14]

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