Sartorialart.com - Sartorial Contemporary Art Company News Section
Sartorial Contemporary Art Information
26 Argyle Square
Sartorial Contemporary Art was founded in 2004 as a project-led space
by Gretta Sarfaty Marchant in her personal artist studio / exhibition space located
in an 18th century Georgian house on Kensington Church Street.
Gretta's aim is to use the gallery to present work
by emerging artists and to promote the exchange of current ideas and practices
which reflect their activity and instigate cultural dialogue.
In October 2008 Sartorial Contemporary Art moved to Kings Cross
becoming the largest new contemporary art galleries in London, with 6000 square feet
of exhibition space. Sartorial is known for its commitment to ground-breaking art
and for its unparalleled support to artists.
Sartorial Art Ltd Editions publishes books of selected artists to promote and document
their practice and exhibitions as well as "The Rebel" magazine.
Working with artists allows us to create small editions of prints encouraging their continuing involvement and the exchange of ideas within the gallery.
PerFormative sets out to interrogate the location and boundaries of theatricality in modern life, in a quest to explore the several paths taken to preserve authenticity and resist visual oversaturation and cross-citation.
The exhibition brings together artists whose aesthetics re-establish the art of performance in a context where any possible gesture is devoid of innoc ...
Sartorial Contemporary Art is pleased to present 'Stella Vine: We're in it for the Money', an exhibition by the London-based artist Stella Vine. The exhibition will take place from the 9th September to 24th September 2010.
STELLA VINE - 'WE'RE IN IT FOR THE MONEY'
9th September - 24th September 2010 (open by appointment only)