We are POC run space with a mission to bridge social and cultural gaps within the field of contemporary art, by working with and providing resources for under-represented artists. We operate across several sites in London.

We proudly represent Darryl "Joe Cool" Daniel, Ronald "Riskie" Brent,Lawrence Hubbard, Roxman Gatt, Ayesha Tan Jones, Avery Noyes, Stacie Ant



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HARLESDEN SAFARI SHOP VOL 1

Harlesden Safari Shop Vol 1: Where Do We Go From Here? is an exhibition of an ongoing discussion, exploring the engagement of art away from institutional values and framework. It symbolises a space in which complex conversation can occur.


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JULY - OCTOBER 2020

Emmanuel Awuni, Clémentine Bedos, Ibiye Camp, Farrah Riley Gray, Randa Asma Osman




JUST A SMALL INTRODUCTION TO THE G-FUNK ERA

This exhibition presents work created by by some of the West Coast rap scenes’ original pioneers, introducing new audiences to the artists who were behind the iconic visual representations of hip hop culture during the early to mid 90’s in the US.

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DECEMBER 2019 - MARCH 2020

Ronald ‘Riskie’ Brent, Henry ‘Hen Dog’ Smith, Darryl ‘Joe Cool’ Daniels, Chi Modu, Lawrence Hubbard, Kahlil Joseph, Stacie Ant, Willem Weismann, Keresztesi Botond





HOUSE OF TOGETHERNESS 

House of Togetherness brings together four emerging artists who utilise painting or sculpture to play with reality and reshape objects and subject matter.

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MARCH 2020

Emmanuel Awuni,  Sally Kindleberg,  Pascal Sender,  Maximilian Siegenbruk




SEMELPAROUS

Joey Holder presents Semelparous, a site-specific installation. Through decimated research of the European Eels complex migration, reproduction, and biological makeup, Holder examines the irreplicable forces of the natural world.

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FEBRUARY - MARCH 2020

Joey Holder




BAITBALL 01

Baitball Vol. 1 is the first in a series of projects hosted by Like a Little Disaster.  Artists were chosen to fit within a remit of collaboration and engagement with the aquatic surroundings of Polignano a Mare where the project took place place.


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JANUARY - FEBRUARY 2020 

Finn Carstens , Alessandro Fogo, Neckar Doll, Davide Dicorato', Marco Giordano,   Nicola Gobbetto, Jaana-Kristiina Alakoski, Jens Settergren, Lorenzo Lunghi, Viola Morini, Eva Vallani, Avery Noyes



RUMINATIONS OF THE MIDNIGHT STROLL

Reflecting on the interstitiality of identity and contemplates the peripheries of human interactions within a societal and individual framework, this exhibition brings together works by international artists who explore the dynamics of desire and the imaginary.

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APRIL - AUGUST 2018

Miro Arva, Alyssa Davis, Nandi Loaf, Olga Polunin, Dominic Rabier and Ivy and Her Son


 

OCEAN WRESTLER COWBOY BRUISE

To grow queer is to break off, unmoor, unlearn, re-learn, self-teach, self-know, self-grow and then self sow.   Will Ballantyne-Reid opens an exhibition that looks at his own self-education, the formation of identity and knowledge through personal archival processes.


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MAY 2019

Will Ballantyne-Reid