Shelagh WAKELY: spaces between things

1 April - 13 May 2016

'Shelagh Wakely: spaces between things' celebrates the work of experimental and influential British artist Shelagh WAKELY, an artist whose international artistic connections defined her practice, yet who remains undeservedly neglected in her home country. 


Curated by artist and close friend Antoni Malinowski, the exhibition follows on from her retrospective at Camden Arts Centre, London in 2014 and highlights Wakely's global relationships and collaboration with other artists, notably the Brazilian artists Lucia Nogueira and Tunga. 


The exhibition will present, for the first time since its creation in 1986, Spring Snow, a floor installation made of coloured tissue paper, which will occupy the entirety of one room of the gallery.