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'Fraternise - The Salon' at Beaconsfield

March 28, 2011 by Kay

Fraternise – the Salon

Beaconsfield

2 April – 29 May 2011

Edwina fitz Patrick, Flights of Fancy, 2007, paper, cork pads, pins, image courtesy the artist

Fraternise – the Salon gathers a cohort of artists in a curated, fundraising exhibition, to support the future existence of Beaconsfield – the pioneering, non-profit organisation that has provided a laboratory and presentation space for artists since 1995.

Fraternise – the Salon is co-curated by the charity’s artist-trustees, Rachel Howard, Judith Dean and artist-directors A. David Crawforth and Naomi Siderfin.

Adam Dix, The Prophet of Zoom, 2010, Ink and oil on paper, 63 x 53 cms (unframed), image courtesy the artist

Artists involved include: Franko B, David Birkin, John Burgess, Tony Carter, Tamsyn Challenger, Adam Dix, Richard Elliot, Robert Ellis, Tracey Emin, Rebecca Fortnum, Eloise Fornieles, Stephen Fowler, Paul Fryer, Rachel Garfield, Lucy Gunning, Matt Hale, Damien Hirst, Rachel Howard, Sarah Jones, Simon Lawson, Sarah Lucas and Olivier Garbay, Maria Marshall, Ross McNicol, David Mollin, Paul Noble,  Tom Ormond, Lily Paine, Tom Paine, Tamsin Pender, Boo Saville, Bob and Roberta Smith, Jessica Voorsanger, Amelia Whitelaw, Erika Winstone and many more.

To see the full list of artists involved, visit Beaconsfield website.

Damien Hirst, Big Love (Unique Proof), 2010, Silkscreen on paper, 61.97 x 60.31 in (1574 x 1532 mm), DHP 14091 Photographed by Prudence Cuming Associates (c) Damien Hirst and Hirst Holdings Ltd. All rights reserved, DACS 2011

Beaconsfield is an artist-led entity that specialises in encouraging artists to pursue projects of ambition and to experiment without commercial pressure. The Salon brings together collaborators, patrons and protégés who have worked with Beaconsfield or who support its role in the artists’ community.

The Salon offers a rare opportunity to view a diverse range of contemporary works (many artists exhibiting together for the first time) and to start or expand a collection. Sales will benefit both participating artists and Beaconsfield.

Eloise Fornieles, Wanderlust III, 2010, Rocking horse, balloons, cord, rowing machine Photography by Lynne Fornieles Image courtesy the artist

Further information:

Beaconsfield, 22 Newport Street, London SE11 6AY +44 (0) 20 7582 6465

info@beaconsfield.ltd.uk

www.beaconsfield.ltd.uk